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 … Continue reading The Slick Furies.

A Parable.

If you received a mysterious bill that no one could, or would, or was willing, to explain to you what you were being billed for...it just said... "You owe this amount"Would you pay it without questioning it?Would you pay it without demanding or expecting a direct explanation from someone as to what it was that … Continue reading A Parable.

Rum Cherry Coke Cigarettes.

I finally caught her, her feet were stuck to the floor, congealed and mired in honey, a sugar-coated, saccharin glue trap of fawning and people pleasing that had felt like it might be the end of me and I thought... There's got to be a way to get away from her and all of her … Continue reading Rum Cherry Coke Cigarettes.

All Aboard! Terror Train!

All aboard for a ride through the pages of "Terror Train." This anthology from James Ward Kirk Fiction, edited by Krista Clark-Grabowski and A. Henry Keene, is careening down the tracks with enough action packed thrills and chills to keep readers spellbound from start to finish, including the story, "Lonely Train a Comin' " by … Continue reading All Aboard! Terror Train!