Chapter 2 The motel room that Muriel walked into wasn’t noteworthy in any way – it was neither expensive, nor cheap, but still reminiscent of vacationing on a budget – with a slight musty smell and worn carpet – but … Continue reading →
This is my latest novel. I spent some time wondering what, exactly, I wanted to do with it now that it was completed, and decided on publishing it online for free reading. After all, I’m one of those rebellious, individualistic, … Continue reading →
Fade to White Chapter Fourteen “Are we leaving now?” Tryne stopped and straightened up so fast she nearly bent herself over backwards. “I forgot to mention that to Ken.” “So we’re going to have to wait until you remember to … Continue reading →
Fade to White Chapter Thirteen Morning light spilled into the room and onto the unpleasant task that Jerek stood looking down on, the task that only he could do. Tryne was outside far away from the cottage door, and he … Continue reading →
Everything I experience is converted into a metaphor for my writing. My worst fears are that someone will take the metaphors too literally. Or worse, see through them to the truth.
From Pinterest Some bad things happened, so I’m in a dark mood.