The rumble of a rusty cargo hauler broke through his dreams and stirred him to consciousness. Something felt wrong — precarious — and Dayne’s eyes snapped open when he realized he was about to slip off the edge of the mattress. Jen was sprawled diagonally across the bed, her mouth hanging open with her snoring. The room smelled of morning breath and the stale musk of last night’s lovemaking. Steadying himself on the edge of the bed, he reached out to her and paused to smile at the ring that now graced his finger. Continue reading
“What is your writer dream? What would you like to see happen with your book?”
I was fairly new to writing and still working on my first draft of Songs of Tarros: Heartsong when I saw the question on Twitter. Many writers answered with being on best-seller lists, seeing fan art produced by their readers, or seeing their books turned into movies. Continue reading
When I first started seriously writing, I found myself getting involved in the Twitter writing community, which in turn led to my learning about Assaph Mehr, his incredible world of Egretia (historical urban fantasy murder mysteries!) and character interviews at The Protagonist Speaks.
It became my goal/dream/hope that someday one of my characters would be interviewed – a dream that has now come true!
While you’re at it, check out Egretia.com for some excellent stories of murder, magic, and togas!
Though I’ve been a bit quiet, I’ve been busy (when not dealing with the fun and excitement of family flu season!)
A school project leads to the discovery of his ancestors’ journals and their claims to be able to control water. But twelve-year-old Theis knows there’s no such thing as magic… right?
Waterwitch, a short story set in the world of Thelios, is now available on Amazon.