“Nice,” he replied as they drove by the cemetery into which his daughter was pointing. “Do you still visit Charlie’s father’s grave often?” “Once a week,” she said quietly. “Okay. Have you ever seen anything... unusual while there?” A Tales of Magick story. A community rises up to get rid of people they don't think … Continue reading We Can See You (Tales of Magick)
She gave me a mysterious smile and said “Child, haven't you noticed that you’re different? Not the same as other people?” Again, I blushed. “I know I’m different. My parents...um, foster parents, were scared of me. They didn't understand me.” I paused a moment, then went on in a low voice. “I don't even understand … Continue reading The Woman in the Woods (Tales of Magick)
Happy winter! While I don't have specific word or chapter count goals, I am making goals for writing in 2020. I have already marked in my planner that I will be writing just about every Monday this year. Beyond that, my other goals are below. Keep writing! I can do this at work during downtime, … Continue reading Writing Goals for 2020
After last months struggles with getting My Mother out to you, I was a little nervous about how it would go this week preparing The Woman in the Woods for publication. It wasn't exactly a perfectly smooth process, it never really is, but the issues were minor and easily and quickly taken care of. An … Continue reading Published! The Woman in the Woods (Tales of Magick)
It's that time again! I'm publishing another ebook this week. The Woman in the Woods is part of the Tales of Magick series that I've been publishing stories for lately. It is a stand alone story in the series, but I've been working on notes for both a prequel and a sequel. It's a process, that will likely take a while.
On the other site I mentioned a fiction new year goal for 2017 was to publish more stories. Did I pull it off? I sure did! It was so important to me to reach this goal that, despite a very rocky start to 2017, I managed to pick myself up and work hard to get … Continue reading New Year Goal (2017): Publish More Stories