Short Stories — September 15, 2018

Feather Dreams

I done worse things than follow some half-human kid toward the beginning of a new world.

Short Stories — September 8, 2018

A Form of Love

The soul had been flayed, shredded into suffering ribbons, and Hades had to think carefully about how to handle it right.

Short Stories — September 7, 2018

Ask Your Parents First

Just a story about magic, cereal boxes, and long-lost Mesoamerica gods. No, who am I kidding? It’s about a badass convenience store manager with a taser.

Book News — September 6, 2018

The “Real Store” Giveaway!

This is the first time a store owner has said "yes" to me, and I am absolutely over the moon. To celebrate, I'm running a giveaway. :) Read the details and enter below!

Short Stories — September 6, 2018

Smile

A pretty lady always knows how to smile. (Flash fiction: 240 words)

Short Stories — September 5, 2018

The Big Palooka

Flappers. Vampires. A thug who stole a necklace and a speak-easy with Jazz to die for. A short, cute story set in New York City in the 1920s. (No spoilers. A side-story from the epic dark fantasy novel, NOTTE.)

Writing — August 24, 2018

Notte Snippet

The tower was filled with breaking. Breaking wills, breaking minds, breaking cries. At every turn, every landing, even every stairwell, Saqalu draped and twisted, wings out, faces stretched, and if they were aware of me at all, they told me to run.