Category Archives: Fiction

Maybelline Raven and The Wolf.

The year is 1762. Maybelline Raven is waiting patiently along the banks of the Mississippi River for the return of her husband so they may venture north, with their children. When the people of the village begin to perish after Maybelline is attacked, it is feared that a wolf is in their midst. As Maybelline takes flight, rumors of witchcraft

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Fairy Wails

  Fairy Wails Where is this hero Who is so oft spoke of? Where it this mythological man, Who saves the day, Who mends the heart And lights the way? Where is the hero Who wasn’t fucked up by his mother? Who melts the bitterness of betrayal? Who elevates all men By the virtue of his stature, And the stature

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The Girl in Geiger’s Bookstore Didn’t Know That

Favorite Films Part 3, or 4 Crime Stories and Noir Let’s get the Bogarting done. The Big Sleep, 1946 Howard Hawks directed, based on the novel by Raymond Chandler, which I’ve read and enjoyed. The running time on this one is just under two hours. It’s plot heavy, and it is good. Bogart portrays private eye Philip Marlowe in this

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The Slick Furies

Have you got your copy of the THE SLICK FURIES? It’s the most kickass, badass, amazing, vampire novel that ever lived. I don’t think you should wait for Christmas. This is the perfect novel for all the rainy days left of spring, and, especially, for all your summer vacation reading. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, well, probably. You’ll be chomping at

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Writing, Reading Saint Joan, Other Things

After having taken about a month off from writing, I’m writing again. I won’t say what or whats just yet. My former policy, of many years, of ever, was that I did not discuss what I was writing while I was writing it and that really works better for me. It also works out better for those times when you

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GRAIN, Available Now!

Nineteen Stories 1. DRIVE  ~  Trying to get home 2. The Fine Art of Being Human ~ infidelity, the delicate workings of forgiveness 3. HUSH ~ a robbery gone wrong and a doctor trying to quit 4. THE NEED ~ a desperate love 5. Antares Lariat ~ lassoing stars to try to pay the bills 6. Personal Assistant ~ a

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2016 In Books

These are the books that I read this year, though I am still reading from the Carson McCullers and the Delia Sherman book at random, I’m just about finished with them both. I’d previously read “Mornings in Mexico” and finished “Etruscan Places” over the summer. “Cheyenne Madonna” was what I was reading back in January, here’s my review. I read

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Grain, Some Stories 2011-2016

While I was taking a break from all things vampire, I put together a collection of eighteen short stories that I hope to make available for purchase in January of 2017. Of the eighteen, six have been previously published or have appeared on my web page. You may have noticed when I did the change over to wordpress that I

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Available Now! Get The Slick Furies!

Available Now! In time for Halloween!  Get The Slick Furies! Contains Adult content. Talessia Sinclair works for The Aeternus Fidei Research and Development Center in the quiet City of New Faith, as a criminal profiler. Her last case left her sitting behind a desk, filing papers, for the mysterious Tom Lassiter. Now she must return to the hunt, with her

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The Slick Furies.

I’m super tired. Is that the best time to write a blog post? Hopefully this won’t be too rambling. I have surpassed the sixty thousand word mark on the edits/re-write of the vampire novel. I have approximately sixty-six pages of the original text, about twenty thousand words, to finish, knowing that I’ll likely add a chapter or two. I’m right

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Classic Literature, Summer Reading

Some years ago I started reading so called “classic” literature again. My thinking being that there was likely a reason that certain books had stood the test of time. I read Ernest Hemingway’s “A Moveable Feast,” loved it, John Steinbeck’s “Cannery Row,” didn’t care for it, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby” and “Tender is the Night,”loved both of those

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Cheyenne Madonna, by Eddie Chuculate

     Eddie Chuculate’s descriptive prose reads like the view of the most brilliant landscape painting, the words providing a stark portrait in contrasts in some areas while melding into the delicacy required of a watercolor brush in others, whether the scenery be that of an actual landscape, the rolling countryside of Oklahoma, or simply the interior landscape of an adolescent

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