Okay, so I recently found this extra scene I wrote for Nocturna way back in 2015 for Father's Day, a year before the book was even published. I had posted this on my website already, but it was hidden away and no one saw it. Including me, since I forgot I posted it. So I'm … Continue reading Short Story: Nocturna – Father’s Day
Happy Valentine's Day, everyone! Ironically though, as those who follow me on Twitter might already know, this short story is probably my only piece of writing I will ever write that will have no love, of any form, in it. It's just typical that this is what I would post on this holiday, of all … Continue reading Short Story: Midnight Madness
Hi all! Here's my very first short story, both on this website and, you know, ever. It's based on a story prompt by Writing Prompts, who I highly recommend following on Tumblr or Instagram. And now, without further ado, here is my short story: Story Prompt: To escape the life of her abusive parents, a … Continue reading Short Story: The Princess Vigilante
Author's Note: I asked on Instagram and Twitter if I should post this first chapter as a preview for my book NOCTURNA that will be available for preorder on Amazon.com September 1 (to be released December 1). Hope you enjoy it! Chapter One Terror spiked in my veins as arms wrapped around me, caging … Continue reading NOCTURNA Sneak Peak: Chapter One
SPOILER ALERT. “Alexei, where are you taking me?” Valon asked, following his husband down the road. He quickened, moving to Alexei’s side and shuffling awkwardly as he glanced at the citizens bowing to them. Alexei held back a snort, motioning for their three guards to encircle them. “Here, my love,” Alexei replied, stopping in front of a large, plain polished limestone building. It had many square windows and rose three stories high. Thin lines of shapes like triangles or circles or just thicker solid lines of green, blue, and red were painted over the white blocks at the base and on the roof. “What is this?” Valon questioned confused. The courtyard in front of the building was empty, giving Valon no hints. . . .