Tag Archives: Short Story

Some Good News!

My short story, “An Odd Missive”, has been selected as a Quarter-Finalist in the Script 2 Comic Contest! This is very exciting to me as I am a lover for novels both prose and graphic. Winners will have their work … Continue reading

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Just Us-Da Great Goblin Revolution-Part 3

Garthort the Wicked sat and unenthusiastically ate gruel. It was the only thing he knew how to make but it was not his first choice. (That was Elven Toast topped with a berry compote and a dollop of sweetened cream.)  … Continue reading

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A Palaver Wit A Malignity-Da Great Goblin Revolution-Part 2

She strode to the gates of Goblinburg, formerly the abandoned city of Wild Fringe. Her dainty hooves sizzled on the damp ground. “Oy!” shouted one of the two sentries that stood guard, “’Alt an state yer business!” Both Goblin guards … Continue reading

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‘Eres Da Thing-Da Great Goblin Revolution-Part 1

Meanwhile, deep in a dungeon… “It dunt really make sense, do it?” asked Vork the Goblin. “How da ya mean?” replied his companion Bork, another Goblin. “Well, we’ve been hired by this evil wizard-” “To be fair, we dunt know … Continue reading

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Art Irritates Life

It’s due. I know, I know. Do you have anything? Maybe… Do you want to tell me about it? NO! Okay, okay! Sorry. I’m stressed. Because of- Exactly. We could do something else. I really need to finish this. How … Continue reading

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Reaping and Sowing

I am returning to the world of my first novel, Chosen, which you can read on this site. If you haven’t, I heartily encourage you to do so. I’ll wait. Finished? Excellent! This is a story of our hero, Sir … Continue reading

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Edge of the Waves

She ran along the wooded path, past towering ancient trees that loomed over her, towards the sea. Ravens squawked as she passed, disturbed by her footsteps, but quieted after she thundered by, though their black eyes followed her till out … Continue reading

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What Do You Want?

“So, you’re the Devil?” Jordan asked, “I thought that the Devil was… male.” “First, I am a devil,” corrected Marchosias, “Secondly, the Devil, the undisputed ruler of Hell, is known as Lucifer Morningstar.” Jordan took a sip of coffee and pondered this … Continue reading

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One Small Thing

“It doesn’t look good,” he said. “No,” she replied, “it does not.” They walked around the piles of debris that towered around them. At the peak of one, a jagged piece fell, bisecting a smaller mound of rubble at its … Continue reading

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In Our Nature

Wind groaned as it rushed through the gaps in the enormous stone tree, in a manner that sounded to Ghent that it was not yet ready to awaken. “This is a very dispiriting local,” observed T7-U. “I’d call it more … Continue reading

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