Halloween Short Story – The Scary Movie

October is generally Scary Movie Month in our household. And it was again this year, well, until I started having more nightmares so we just made it the last few days of the month. Before we cut back on the viewing, while watching Cloverfield I was inspired to write this little Halloween story. The movie […]

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Faeted Tales Book 1 is called…

Are you ready to hear the book title for Faeted Tales Book 1? Are you? The name of Faeted Tales Book 1 is… Oh look, you got a little teaser of what the book cover will look like as well. Curse of the Bard is the first book of the Faeted. Jaidee Tia’Elnial is only […]

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Red Shoes Are Magical

What on earth is it with red shoes? Christine thought to herself as she put the book down. This was the third time in as many weeks that she had come across references to red shoes being basically of the devil. In this case, it seemed that red shoes meant witchcraft. Christine could only imagine […]

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Birthday Book – Thief in the Night

It’s my Hatchday. My wondrous 37th birthday! And this means that my novelette Thief in the Night is out for purchase on Amazon Kindle. Birthdays are special occasions, even when you’re a Victorian con-woman who has no one to celebrate with. Nerissa Firth is a talented thief, so each birthday she challenges herself to steal […]

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The Bloodied Briar – Part 7

Catch up on Briar’s Story: The Bloodied Briar – Part 1 • The Bloodied Briar – Part 2 • The Bloodied Briar – Part 3 • The Bloodied Briar – Part 4 • The Bloodied Briar – Part 5 • The Bloodied Briar – Part 6 Where there is Hope The metal rod was dull but the Rook thrust forward with […]

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Peggy Carter

Howard, no! – A Peggy Carter tale

So after 4500 words on Faeted Tales, I allowed the muse to run with today’s prompt and allowed it to write some Marvel’s Agent Peggy Carter Fan Fiction. Enjoy! Howard, No! “I am not licking that.” “I’ll give you twenty dollars,” Howard offered, stumbling slightly even though he was standing still. “Twenty whole dollars? I […]

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