In this scene, Molly goes with her parents, Henry and Rose to Origen Research Facility in Manhattan. Henry is undergoing treatment for skin cancer, and Dr. Silva… Read more “Feeding Ground Chapter 2: Next part”
“Are you guys going somewhere?”
Rose turned around at the sound of Molly’s voice. “Oh, good morning, sweetie. Sorry, we didn’t wait for you. I thought you would sleep in again like..” Rose trailed off, her ears turning pink.
Dan was thinking about the story he planned to write, coming up with ideas.
He didn’t notice the eyes shining through the trees. A black shape leaped out from the tree line and stopped in front of the car.
Dan slammed on the brakes, but when Dan hit the creature on the road, the impact sounded like a bomb went off in the car.
A Ghostly Sonata Prologue There is a unique caste system in America. A subtle social hierarchy that determines one’s worth by their station in life. Those who… Read more “A Ghostly Sonata: Excerpt from the first three chapters”
Dan turned his baseball cap backward and clicked on the radio. His thoughts were on Molly. We never talk anymore. I wanted her to go with me,… Read more “Feeding Ground: 2nd part of Chapter One. Narrative changes to Dan’s POV”
Hello dear readers! In a previous post, I shared the outline and character map for the new edition of Feeding Ground. In anticipation of the boxed set… Read more “Feeding Ground Updates”
Hello dear readers! I’m making some changes to Feeding Ground, the 1st book in The Tales of Origen series. Below I’ve shared the outline and a character… Read more “Editing Feeding Ground for Relaunch”
Ghost exited the apartment through the mossy door, down three crumbling cement steps to a narrow alley. She passed no one else; never did. She hadn’t told… Read more “A Ghostly Sonata PT 2”
Synopsis: When fated mates collide. As king of the werewolves, Damen Lykourgos and his pack have been tasked with protecting the human world against evil. For hundreds… Read more “Midnight Inferno, by Saam King”
Sadly, my husband of seven years passed away last Wednesday. The viewing is tomorrow afternoon. I’ve been too busy with work and funeral preparations, but I will… Read more “Update, and I will be back soon”