She pushed off into the trough and was soon out of sight. He waited at the breaker’s edge until the moon set and night became the darkness before dawn. While she was with him, they had loved with the certainty and power of the tide. His heart had followed the rhythm of hers. He knew it would never beat the same way again.
I just made progress on The D’Arkane Files — Book One! So far I’m 39% complete on the Writing phase. 10 Weeks remain until the deadline.
In the distance, flashes of lightning played across the sky, and the first few giant-sized drops of rain splashed across the ground, indicating more and harder rain was on its way. Gusts of wind picked up bits of dried grass, scrub brush, and dry earth and whipped them around in tornado-like swirls. A lone figure […]
“No,” he had enough. Nearly an hour’s worth of back and forth. “It’s unreliable. You can’t test it on humans.”
I had a reader (the lovely Nina A.) send me this picture, from photographer Paul Howard (see it below – it’s shared with his permission), of the The Banff Springs Hotel. [The Banff area is somewhere I’ve thought about for family vacation and this makes me even more sure we need to go there.] Nina asked me if I […]
Six of my neighbors had been taken in just the last raid and Alissa bitten, though I’m thankful I saved her from the beasts.
What if you read something about yourself, about your family and who you really were… that you shouldn’t?”
What a beautiful lady you’re becoming,” she patted the bench next to her. “Sit and we’ll talk. I have much to tell you about life and about you. A Thing has changed in the World and I have two special gifts for you—that may lead to an even greater one,” she beamed at her granddaughter.