I have a few happy announcements today! First of all my good friend Bea Harper narrated my horror short The Patter of Raindrops. I think she did a really good job with it so please give it a listen and you can leave her a like over at Spreaker too! Second, the delightful Dr Creepen … Continue reading Narrations!
I live on the fifth level of the Great Oak. Seven days ago the source of life dried up. On the first day the village elders called a meeting. Everyone was in an uproar. This had never happened before in the history of our existence! Did we displease the gods? Was the Great Oak dying? … Continue reading Journey to the source
One of the things I was always interested in when I first started writing was how other writers went about their craft. How do they come up with an idea and weave it into a 100 000 word tale that captivates and enthralls the reader? I’ve read many books on the subject from professionals and … Continue reading How I write, an author’s perspective
I was cleaning the attic a few weeks ago when I discovered a box of my grandfather’s things. My mother kept it up here for safekeeping but mostly I think she just forgot it even existed. Inside I found a bunch of books, journals and old army memorabilia. My grandfather was a private in the … Continue reading The bells of Yichun