Smoke rolled over the farmlands that early spring morning as Julie walked, head bent to the oddly warm wind, toward the barn. The sun attempted to stream through the haze but only succeeded in painting the land with a sickly orange light. The frigid atmosphere of the spring day mixed with the heavy smoke made … Continue reading Short Story: Dragon-Silenced
The heat was unbearable. He stood there, his eyes in a half-squint, as he stared at the flames, which leaped and twisted like an injured animal. The dancing tongues of heat roared and crackled in his ears. There was the sharp splintering of a wood beam breaking under the stress of the heat. It fell … Continue reading Flames: A Flash Fiction
I have an amazing announcement to make. Mexlor Tournaments, the YA fantasy novel I have been working on is finally completed as a first draft! I'm very proud of this accomplishment. At 132,974 words and 294 pages, it stands as the largest novel I have ever created! And one of the coolest things about the … Continue reading Mexlor Tournaments COMPLETE!
Grilland was restless. He knew that Ember was training dragons better and faster than he was. He knew that he should start using her tactic, but he didn't want her to see him using it, and then she would boast. Slowly, he slipped outside, making sure Ember was still not back from her dragon ride. … Continue reading Short Story: Dragon Ways: Part 2