Gutted: A Review

I am stoked to read this anthology after stumbling across this excellent review.  June 24!  I was excited to read this upcoming release from Crystal Lake Publishing, Gutted: Beautiful Horror Stories. I was also fortunate to get an advanced reading copy of the anthology. Crystal Lake is making quite a name for itself in the… More Gutted: A Review

Lightening the Mood

I recently noted my thoughts were dark, and my entertainment choices were morbid.   And it is just to sunny outside for all that!   So, I decided to return to reading my first love:  Fantasy! I just finished Dawn of Wonder by the talented Jonathan Renshaw.  Highly recommend it to any lovers of coming… More Lightening the Mood

Tennis Injury

In addition to being a voracious reader and writer, I am an avid tennis player. I play on local leagues and have I met many excellent friends playing tennis. I played an excellent game of singles about a month ago. While I won that match, it cost me a lot more than I realized at… More Tennis Injury

Elizabeth York, the Asshat Thief, and Why Every Artist Should Want to SCREAM Right Now

My Facebook went BANANAS this weekend. And with damn good reason. I am careful what I speak about online because I think we have a real problem with outrage culture right now, but this is something that NEEDS to be addressed.  Not just for authors, but for artists in general. Elizabeth York is a name you… More Elizabeth York, the Asshat Thief, and Why Every Artist Should Want to SCREAM Right Now

3 AM Needs

You announced your deed in the dead of night. Crouching in the shadows. A body lay, still and cold at your feet.   Thank you. You can have the wet cat food today.

Lisa’s Mother

In my 9-5, a portion of my job involves me interviewing people, to obtain certain set information. One of the best parts of this is that I often get more than I bargained for during these interviews. There was the 79 year old man I interviewed, who worked full time as a mortician and told… More Lisa’s Mother