Published Jun 12, 2021 · 3,696 words (14 minutes) · 1 like · 13 views
The Forgetting Navigations is a novella I wrote in 2018. I have attempted to sell it and had no luck. I want it to be read, so I'm posting it here in 4-6 parts. This story gnawed at me until I wrote it, the way that every trauma gnaws at you. The way you gnaw at yourself. It's a bow to every older woman who can teach you how to live without gnawing, 'cause she's learned how. It's a song to friendship and how it can give you something to tether you to life.
Fiction Series: Ongoing 3 Chapters
Updated Jun 11, 2021 · 9,786 words (36 minutes) · 38 views
In this third and most harrowing adventure, the Royal Occultist faces a terror with no equal. Charged with the safe-keeping of the remains of Dracula, Charles St. Cyprian and Ebe Gallowglass depart London and race across Europe in death-defying mission to pass the remains over to those that can hopefully keep and guard them. As one might guess, nothing goes as planned...
Published Jun 7, 2021 · 1,089 words (4 minutes) · 2 views
5 great anthologies and short story collections to get you through the week!
Published Jun 5, 2021 · 5,607 words (21 minutes) · 43 views
Old Growth is a sequel to Downshift, my 1997 suspense novel based on my life as a freelance speechwriter living on Vancouver Island. OG came out years too late from a small press. I finally self-published it.