Day seven of NaNoWriMo has officially drawn to a close. 2017 is my first year participating in NaNoWriMo, but it is (knock on wood) going amazing. My plan was to spend the first few days completing The Witches of Armour Hill: Twisted, which has been a work-in-progress for a criminally long time, and then use … More The Witches of Armour Hill: Twisted
This month, my patrons over at Patreon received an original poem (outside of the usual 365 Challenge updates, which are also compiled there), a performance video from the last Kingston Collective Poetry Show, a self-shot rehearsal video, and two samples of my poetry editing process, showing how the 365 Challenge poems that I post daily … More Patreon Goodies
“Eva McRayne wanted a steady paycheck, not a television show. But when Elliot Lancaster hands her the opportunity to discredit his paranormal findings on camera, she finds it impossible to turn him down. Her life changes in more ways than one after she goes to New York to learn more about the theories she will … More The Sibyl, by Cynthia D. Witherspoon
I recently had the pleasure of acquainting myself with Louise Collins, a twenty-something year old writer from Bristol with a very important story to tell. “Depression consumed my life taking me with it and this is the story of why. I struggled to tell some people why I had fallen down a rabbit hole that I … More Nonfiction Girl-Trash Fairy-Tale
With my manuscript still in the hands of my reading group, I’ve been taking the week to catch up on my own missed reading time. This weekend has been devoted to George R. R. Martin, and I’ve finally reached the point in Storm of Swords where the story has dove-tailed dramatically from the TV series. … More Illustration Sneak Peek!
A story of letting go and of those left behind, Benjamin explores the deep and complicated facets of human emotion. It follows Amily, a young woman, through her long and tumultuous relationship with Benjamin, who has over the years been dream, friend, teacher, lover, and finally, uneasy companion. When she learns that Benjamin has been … More Benjamin
#8 – The Losing Christina Series, by Caroline B. Cooney Caroline B. Cooney has received a number of awards for her work, and has cemented herself as a master of horror for young readers. The Losing Christina series was my first foray into Cooney’s work, and the beginning of a lifelong obsession with psychological horror. … More #8 – The Losing Christina Series, by Caroline B. Cooney
The October 2013 Issue of Bitterzoet is here! “We seek writing that will make us salivate. Words that will make our stomachs growl. We want engorging work that satiates our minds in its reflection of life. Like the title of our beloved magazine; we especially want to see the interplay between bitterness and sweetness; light … More Bitterzoet Magazine
The Poetic Pinup Revue is that “…you just have to see it” magazine. This is the fourth time that my work has found its way into the pages of The Revue, and as always, Harlean Carpenter has produced a beautiful publication. Head over to their website and order your copy now!
Lifetimes, page 15 The end.