Happy Holidays and FREE EBook!

Good morning! I hope everyone is enjoying a lovely holiday and I hope that each and every one of you is able to take the time to relax and do what makes you the unique and special individual that you are. And for those of you that are fantasy readers please feel free to download... Continue Reading →


Lyssa moved through the fog like a silent wraith, her long curls flowing down her back and her heart full of anticipation.  She wasn’t supposed to be in the human lands but she simply had to get another glimpse of him.  He had filled her thoughts for days now, since her last journey here.  She... Continue Reading →

Decisions … and a rewrite

Good morning!  I just finished my 30 minutes of morning meditation (I literally could not get through the day if I didn’t meditate every morning) and I realize that I’ve got a decision to make.   I’ve got to rewrite episode one of my Kindle Vella story, Return To Atlantis.   Ha ha I know - that’s... Continue Reading →


Good evening!  It’s been a windy day on the southern plains, and by that I mean windier than usual!  We’ve had sustained winds of near 50 miles per hour for most of the day, with gusts even stronger.   Earlier as I was driving, a solid sheet of leaves skittered down the road towards me, completely... Continue Reading →


Kenda was well aware of the difference one small choice could make.  A left turn instead of a right, a smile instead of a frown, and the course of entire lives could be changed.  She almost wished that she were a mortal being; they possessed a certain happiness in their blissful ignorance, unaware of the... Continue Reading →

The Dream Eater

Chantelle is day-dreaming again.  Her dream eater has been gone for a long time and now the nightmares follow her through the waking hours like lovesick puppies.  Currently she is flying down the hall pell-mell and I jump back and flatten myself against the row of lockers as she tears around the corner.   The tornado... Continue Reading →

The End of Innocence

The tiger walked beside Lindy, butting it’s big head against her hand.  Lindy jerked away, annoyed, and crossed her arms over her chest.  The tiger was getting skinnier; she could see it's ribs through it's sagging skin.   She didn’t want the tiger anymore, didn’t need it.  But still it followed her.   “Your magic is dying,”... Continue Reading →

The In-Between

Good Morning!  As I write this post the shifting winds outside are blowing a low bank of slate gray clouds across the landscape.  Precipitation drips from them even though it doesn’t reach the ground, and the effect is that it looks like vaporous jellyfish tentacles, reaching down fruitlessly only to evaporate.  I feel as if... Continue Reading →


Good afternoon! As I write this post, autumn is in mid-swing and the world outside my window seems locked in a battle between summer and winter. Two days ago the temperature was in the seventies and I was wearing short sleeves; today it's a winter coat and hat and the sky overhead is threatening rain.... Continue Reading →

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