In the center of the plaza, Cara watched the glass flower flutter.It was the last of its kind. The last living thing from that world, gleaming and beautiful. Everything else had burned.
Big Finish News Story In exciting news, I have an upcoming audio drama from the amazing Big Finish productions starring Lisa Bowerman as Bernice Summerfield and David Warner as the Unbound Doctor. From the news story: "When I found out I'd won I was shocked and thrilled. It was a real honour as a Doctor... Continue Reading →
I apologize for yet another long absence – I was engaged in a project that took a lot of my writing time and my energy. My hope is to rejuvenate the blog a little and to that end I have updated the theme and tweaked the "About" and "Published Stories" pages that have been long... Continue Reading →
There was a tree that grew music. In spring, it sprouted symphonies. March overtures became triumphant swellings by May. On a mild April day, the melodies shamed the birds to silence. In summer, the music continued, but it seemed to most that it was dimmer, paler. Not a patch on its earlier stuff, most people... Continue Reading →
Buy one breathing mask, get one free for a child or family member! Get 20% off your next radiation treatment! Offers not valid in cities under martial law, territories outside the Protective Zone, or available to any citizen considered "non-desirable." This is for Three Line Tales. Thanks to Sonya for running the challenge and Artem... 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 →
Nobody would watch the sheep at World's End. They knew what happened to those who stood too close to the fence under an unfriendly moon. But the Chief's sheep wouldn't watch themselves. And a Chief without sheep was no chief, not in those days. When the stranger came looking for a job, it seemed both... Continue Reading →
The air was dry and the dust clung to her boots. Only one ridge away, the land between the mountains stretched into the distance: green, silent, empty. There was nothing alive there. No birds in the sky, no snakes in the grass. Just death. She checked her pack. All her gear was there, though the... Continue Reading →