It has definitely been a long day. I got up at 5:00 a.m so that I could drive for training in Boise. Trained, then I went to dinner with my son. That was fun -- the dinner, although we did share a lot of laughs during the training. Dinner was also very good. I now … Continue reading Riding Thunder
Free Fiction Day – Give Up the Ghost
For a lot of my early life, I wanted to be an archeologist. Well, more than an archeologist. I wanted to be an Egyptologist. Yes, I wanted to go find secret mummies. I think I let my father convince me that there were no more good mysteries on this planet to go exploring. Bummer. I … Continue reading Free Fiction Day – Give Up the Ghost
A Flower’s Opportunity
The yellow flower opened, turned its head toward the sun. Breeze rushing along the sidewalk stirred its fragrance from its pedals. A crack. The flower had found a small chink in the sidewalk and pushed up through it with determined strength. It didn't matter that a thin layer of snow still covered the grass only … Continue reading A Flower’s Opportunity
Welcome to October. Okay, yes, I know we are a week in. It's scary how fast this year has gone. Speaking of scary, a popular prompt with writers is to write about something you fear. I am worried for the day when we all start implanting microchips in ourselves and our kids. Yes, I see … Continue reading Warning emoji
What an adventure today has been. I’ve traveled across a lot of landscape. I’ve seen wide rivers and towering windmills. I’ve walked along unknown terrain. I’ve had to find tucked away businesses off the beaten path. And I got scratched by a beast of a berry bush. The local healer tells me it’s not poisonous, … Continue reading Cursed plants
A strange little place
The lovely community of Sun Falls matched the brochure perfectly, almost. It did forget to mention some things, like a mysterious Landlore who solves problems. Accosted, threatened, and bitten on her leg by another member of the community one night while walking her dog, Alicia decides to take the matter to the Landlore. A man … Continue reading A strange little place
Part 2 is finished
So far, all the Fenrir's Tales that have multiple parts to them have nice little endings that still wrap the story. Until today. The ending to Dog Park (Part 1) made me cry. The ending to Dog Park (Part 2) is a cliffhanger and a drastic edgy one at that. When I started this story, … Continue reading Part 2 is finished
Stonecharmer on pre-order
The ebooks for the Stonecharmer series is now available for pre-order. Right now, the series is set to start releasing on September 6, 2022. This will probably move up some after I get Kickstarter rewards out, but they will all be released very close together as they are set. Here are the series right now … Continue reading Stonecharmer on pre-order
New Fenrir story
Loki takes Fenrir for a car ride on a rainy day, but where are they going? The vet? Oh, no! Picture © Alexey Savchuk | Dreamstime.com Tomorrow morning, a new episode of Fenrir's Tales will post to Patreon. You must be at the Loki Love or Everything tier to read it. Alternatively, it will also post to Amazon … Continue reading New Fenrir story
Release the hellhounds!
I made it. I got my words in and met the weekly goal for last week. It was late when I finished (after midnight, but since I hadn't gone to bed yet, it still counted as Sunday). I took Merlin outside after 1:00 a.m. and the sky was so bright with the full moon that … Continue reading Release the hellhounds!
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