Molding a Sub-Genre

What genre you write in isn’t as important as knowing what genre you write. Sounds like a joke, but actually I’m quite serious. I’ve had times when I had my Continue Reading →

My NaNoWriMo Rhyme

National Novel Writing Month

It’s time for NaNoWriMo, time to jump off that literary plank. Take my hand, dear, there’s nothing to fear except blank-screen horror. Collect the clues, it’s what you do to Continue Reading →

The Border (Part 2 of 2)

*It’s four years since I wrote a short story and was more than a little astonished when this story leaped into my mind. For those who are returning after reading Continue Reading →

The Border (Part 1 of 2)

The girl paused at the entrance, a hand resting against the wall and eyes surveying the broken panes, cracked floor, and dust coated counters where tiny prints crisscrossed the elevated Continue Reading →