Da Plane! Da Plane!

Okay, so that’s from Fantasy Island. But it just sounded better than “It’s here! It’s here!” LOL! (Is my age showing?) Age aside, the great news is that Drop of Water is finally done and available right here on the Quest of the Guardians website and I am so excited to share it with all […]

My Alter-Ego: The MUSE…

It’s been a loooooonnnggg winter, but I’m happy to report I’m out of the snow plow and back at my desk. Episode Two; Drop of Water is almost ready to go to my editor and I’m aiming for a July release date. I can’t wait to share it with you, it was so fun to […]

Cosmic Twist of Fate?

Hello everyone! I just wanted to pop in real quick and share something cool with you. I’ve been an avid supporter of the Standing Rock Water Protectors practically since day one. For sure since the first day I read about it online. So much so, that I have blown up my personal Facebook page with […]

Aerial Battle…

I don’t know about you guys but I’m so anxious to share the next episode that it’s driving me crazy that it isn’t time yet! So, I thought I’d share another excerpt just for the fun of it…   With two fistfuls of coarse brown hair, Jakin held tight to the Ba’at’s neck while Mita […]

Summer Doldrums…

With only a couple weeks left of my summer break (aka: writing time) I’m working furiously to finish the first draft of Drop of Water on time. Our heroes have left Arh’et and are well on their way to Peli Haven where culture shock will challenge even the most open-minded among them. Along the way, […]

Malakai’s Gift

Welcome to the July chapter of the Story-time Blog Hop.  We have twelve new short speculative fiction tales from authors all around the world.  My contribution, Malakai’s Gift, is a first draft scene excerpt from my current work-in-progress; Drop of Water; Episode Two in the Quest of the Guardians series. In their on-going quest to […]

Independence Day

It’s the 4th of July, Independence Day here in the USA, and I’m surprised to report, it’s quiet here in the neighborhood. I live in one of those mini-communities commonly known as a trailer park. I hate that term because it conjures up images of dumpy trailer houses and fifth generation welfare-rats; which seems to […]