“What We Buried” by J.A. Prentice. How can Ash save his father's dwarven friends when he can't even cast a basic spell?
I have a new short story and a podcast reading of it available for free online! No, I didn't accidentally post this twice. It's another one. Short stories by me are like buses. You wait ages and then two come along at once.
My new story, "Godmaker," has been published on Beneath Ceaseless Skies! This means not only is the story available from a great publication, but there is a podcast reading available, performed by Michael J. DeLuca!
Read it now on Hyphen-Punk!
The chimes of the clock ring out over the fog. Shadows stretch from grey buildings over grey streets. The Thames winds under bridges and past docks, murky water seeping up the bank. The stink hangs over the city, a smell of people and industry and waste, a stench that worms its way into the bricks.... Continue Reading →
They make their mark, beneath broken glass, while the alarms sound. One keeps watch for police with itchy trigger fingers while the others laugh. Numbers have meaning and theirs mean this: that the world is over, that meaning is over, and they will make something new. This is for Three Line Tales, Week 185. Thanks... Continue Reading →
Hey everyone! Sorry for being gone so long – I'm going to try to get back on top of posting – but I return with exciting news! My short story, "Sign of the Rose," has been published by Crimson Streets, who also published "The Lazarus Riddle." It's a Victorian-era murder mystery which I'm quite proud of.... Continue Reading →
First of all, I want to apologize for the lack of activity over the past month. A combination of work, lack of energy, and writer's block led to the least productive writing month of my life. Hopefully I can get things back on track for the New Year. Secondly, I'm excited to announce the publication... Continue Reading →
Some exciting news: my fantasy short story, "Bright Young Thing," has been published by Swords and Sorcery Magazine. You can check it out here.
What? It's back? Yes, that's right! Part 4 of the Fan-Voted Story is back with a vengeance. Unfortunately, no one voted last time, so I continued on my own. So, if you want to help shape the story about what is going to happen to Kayla, please vote down below. If you like someone's suggestion,... Continue Reading →