Sherlock Discussion- Sure, we’re late, but Moffat’s a Thought Criminal and Sherlock’s an Egg

Welcome to the LAS Blog's first Sherlock Discussion! If you're familiar with our Doctor Who Discussion, this is done in a similar style, with J.A. Prentice (JA) and Jaden C. Kilmer (JC) talking about the episode, going extremely off-topic, and then giving our final score. Before we begin, I'd like to issue two apologies, one for... Continue Reading →

Flash Fiction- The Climb

I close the door behind me and look up at the spiral stairs. Those crumbling grey slabs seem to go on forever, just climbing and climbing, rising higher and higher. Well, I think, standing around's not going to get me anywhere. So I start the climb, my hand clinging to the metal bannister, staying close to... Continue Reading →

One Month Since Release!

The short story Spiral: A Death Foretold has now been available on Kindle for a month! Millionaire actor Webster Dowling Blue knows that he will die at Midnight on the 7th of September. His prophetess told him. When the police refuse to listen to him, he charges skeptical private detective Kenna McAlister with a seemingly... Continue Reading →

Coming Soon- Revenant

I love Buffy the Vampire Slayer. I think it's kickass, fun, smart, and full of heart. To me, this is what young adult fiction, as well as supernatural fiction, should be. With apologies to fellow Living Author Philip, I'm not the biggest fan of modern vampires. I think vampires are at their best when they're... Continue Reading →

Flash Fiction- Kenna McAlister

No matter how long Kenna stared at the account statements, they stubbornly refused to get any better. The numbers stayed as they were. She felt as if they were stubbornly daring her to throw them in the shredder. It's that Roberts woman's fault, she thought, for refusing to pay me.  Wendy Roberts had been a distinctively annoying... Continue Reading →

The Final Teaser- A Synopsis

The Living Authors' Society is proud to announce: Spiral- A Death Foretold Millionaire actor Webster Dowling Blue knows that he will die at Midnight on the 7th of September. His prophetess told him. When the police refuse to listen to him, he charges skeptical private detective Kenna McAlister with a seemingly impossible task: prevent his... Continue Reading →

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