April 20, 2018

Fjorgyn 3 now released!

For your reading pleasure, Fjorgyn 3 is now released! Leave a review!   Fjorgyn: Shifting Sands
February 1, 2018

Boys at the Red Waterfall

Sunlight streamed through branches and limbs overhead as boys ran through the woods on that fateful midsummer day on the path to a rumored watering hole fueled by a clandestine waterfall. The boys strained their […]
January 28, 2018

Reasons for a Favorite Sister – a Flash fiction

I banged my head against my desk to shake up details of matrices, organized inputs, and linear operations in my brain. “Visualize the matrix,” my favorite sister said while she sipped on an already warming […]
January 26, 2018

Lost Italian Festivals – A Flash Fiction

Since I was a boy, one thing was made clear to me straight away: when Italians came to the United States, they brought their towns and villages with them. My grandmother at fifty-three years old […]
December 21, 2017

Dawn Chapman’s and Matt Ferraz’s “Know Thy Enemy”

It is with great enthusiasm that I announce the release of “Know Thy Enemy” by a friend of mine I met in my grand adventure of writing LitRPG. Dawn Chapman has been creating sci-fi and fantasy […]
October 25, 2017

The world of Fjorgyn just got a little bit bigger

To give you all a taste of what is to come in Fjorgyn: Shifting Sands, I’ve created and will include the following map in the front matter of book three. This map highlights some of […]
September 12, 2017

William Thatch — A Haunting of Words (AHOW) Author Interview

Now for the final segment of A Haunting of Words author interviews (has it really been thirty people?), I introduce author William Thatch and his short story, “A Wacky, Fantastical Misadventure in New Haven.” “A Wacky, […]
September 12, 2017

C.H. Knyght — A Haunting of Words (AHOW) Author Interview

Today author C.H. Knyght takes over my page with a discussion about her short story, “The Last,” appearing in the anthology A Haunting of Words. “The Last” is a twisted tale of a monster hunting an […]
September 1, 2017

J.M. Turner — A Haunting of Words (AHOW) Author Interview

Today author J.M. Turner takes over my page with a discussion about “Joe,” appearing in the anthology A Haunting of Words, which also includes my short story, “The Jonathan of Bracken Manor”: Blurb: “Joe” is about […]