Photo by Omer Salom on Unsplash The next half turn passed by in a blur for Halley. Silon and Antel’s behaviour in training was not as overt as it had been with Fargo, but that made it easier to conceal. The three faced their last test. Halley knew her individual maneuvers were flawless as she exited out … Continue reading The Welkin: Linked
Photo by Tevin Trinh on Unsplash Fargo’s fear was tangible as he disappeared down the stone stairs. Halley registered his retreat, but Auger was gazing at her, and she was in complete awe. She had never seen an Aigle. As a Fledgling, she’d read the legends and fables, but seeing the real thing was something … Continue reading The Welkin: Challenge
Photo by Susanne Karl on Unsplash The other Novices disappeared quickly, confirming Halley’s suspicion that their parents were from the Air. Fargo stood a little off to her right, looking as confused as she felt. “Novice Halley, you will follow me,” the Elder ordered. As she rushed to catch up, she glanced over her shoulder … Continue reading The Welkin: Freefall
Photo by Bhumil Chheda on Unsplash This is the first part of a new serial fantasy fiction series I'm writing. Here is a random snippet for you and the link to the site, so you can read the whole thing. “Fear is a waste of emotion, a distraction. I will not give it place,” she … Continue reading The Welkin: Chosen
I have written a fantasy short story for the first time and it's now published on Coffee House Writers website. I have to admit, it was a lot of fun. I grew up reading classic fantasies and sci-fi books and have a very soft spot in my heart for them. Cambri stood up and stretched … Continue reading The Knowing
This is a new poem that I wrote after all the events and fallout of Covid had taken its toll one day last week. I realized that I had an opportunity to speak for every person who battles chronic illnesses and/or disability. The words flowed out into a raw, emotional poem. I put it all … Continue reading Collateral Damage
Photo from Unsplash After writing a number of multi-part stories for Coffee House Writers, I have decided to write true short stories again. Today my new short story has been published. I started off writing short stories of various lengths. It is a challenge to begin and end a story within the 2,000 word requirement. … Continue reading The Music Box
Personal picture taken in Cathedral Grove Provincial Park in British Columbia, Canada on March 30/12 What are the ramifications of the judge's ruling?Is the battle over or just this skirmish?How will Aileen make use of her farm, since she's not a farmer? These are some of the questions that are answered, in this final instalment … Continue reading The Final Chapter of Aileen’s Journey
Today is a very exciting day! The second volume in the Coffee House Writers Anthology was released today. This is the volume of fiction: a great collection of many different genres. I have two stories featured in Volume 2 and I am thrilled to say one of them is the prologue to the novel I … Continue reading Coffee House Writers Anthology Book 2: Fiction Released Today!
Photo by Aaron Doucett on Unsplash This poem was inspired by a little visitorthat appeared outside my office window. It's my way of capturing the beauty ofnature and stories that play out every dayif you have the eyes to see them. Read more...