Publishing Update – Osprey

Readers, my post-apocalyptic short story, Osprey, went live at MetaStellar on September 1st! Osprey takes place in Anchorage, Alaska, hundreds of years after advanced technology was abolished. Sinister forces conspire against the general population to raise the new gods from their slumber... MetaStellar Speculative Fiction This publication is my first ever reprint, which is fitting... Continue Reading →

One Year in The Twitterverse

I like birds. Love them, in fact! We currently own an adorable blue budgie named... Blueberry. The imagination well ran dry when we got to him. I enjoy feeding him, allowing him to take selfies with my phone, letting him out for some 'flight time' in the living room, sitting him on my shoulder, and... Continue Reading →

A Broadcast From The Bunker

Day 46 - I now know what TikTok is. That’s what happens when I’m bored in the house and I’m in the house bored... Dammit. Initially, when the coronavirus grew to become a pandemic, I really didn't want to have my blog cover the 'current events.' We're saturated already. Though, as time goes on, there's... Continue Reading →

Seems a Little Quiet Lately…

So, October has been insane. I'm not sure if I've ever been this busy at home and work simultaneously, which is why you haven't heard from me in a while. And will continue to barely hear from me over the next few weeks. While writing is my passion, it can't be prioritized over the other... Continue Reading →

Pre-Order Issue Twelve of SERIAL Now!

Readers, I'm so excited to announce that my short story, Beyond the Bay, will be included in Issue 12 of SERIAL Magazine. The issue will be made available August 17, 2019! They're an incredible print magazine that I've been following since Issue 1. Their focus is on serialized storytelling with real page-turning tales about fantasy,... Continue Reading →

The Taste Test – The Pie Commission

In the food world, few dishes have the versatility that pies do. Yes, crepes are similarly used in multiple meals around the world. Yes, burritos are now commonplace in the morning. But a pie? With its roots stretching as far back as ancient Egypt and Greece? Nothing has been more adaptable. This is for good... Continue Reading →

Story Types – Milieu

This week marks the beginning of my blog miniseries on story types! Every other post for the next few months will be focusing on one of Orson Scott Card’s story types that he outlined so well in Reader’s Digest nearly a decade ago. He’s a well established sci-fi writer who was made famous by his... Continue Reading →

Candice’s Kitchen – Banana Bread

Candice here, taking over for the week! Okay, so while this feature was not necessarily enjoyed in the ambiance of an exquisite restaurant or cafe, we thought we would take a moment to share it on the blog because it looked just too picture perfect. Fine...maybe I thought this maybe a tad more than Chris...... Continue Reading →

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