We walked among the trees together, hand in hand, in slow synchronized steps. The trunks rose like columns in some ancient temple and the leaves glittered and shone with gilded edges. These are your trees, and you know them as well as your own children. You know the paths among them well enough to walk more »
A response to English 295: Intro to Literary Theory A story isn’t meant to be taken out of its comfortable pages and reprinted a hundred times on clinical white paper. A story isn’t meant to be captured, beaten and pinned down to a desk with pens and cut open with the razors of analysis. You more »
Tell me, love, where does the sun go when it’s dark? Does it go into the sea, where all the lost embittered tears have taken rest? Does it go beyond the veil of life and death, perchance to shine upon the dead while all the living sleep? If I could chase that drop of light more »
With The Seven Wars concluded, I am looking forward to focusing on my new project– an adult fantasy series, The Alkesh. I added a new menu tab for the series a while back, which you may have noticed. You will also find the working prologue on the page for the first book. I added some additional illustrations this evening, and more »
The Seven Wars end today! Get your copy of Storms Westward in paperback or Kindle edition here.