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Weekend Writing Warriors: Sunday 10 August 2014 (Published Works sampler)

Terence has a new inamorata.  I’ve told him time after time that this never works out.  (In the Laboratory of the Night) *** Erika knew when her mother had come in from patrol. From ancient habit, she woke at each … Continue reading

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Cover reveals!

In the Laboratory of the Night is up on Amazon now, with other distributors to follow soon. In honor of the release, Glass Knife Press has updated my covers for all three of the published stories. Here they are!

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Six Sentence Sunday, 7 October 2012 (Max and the Ghost)

No one was quite so enthusiastic about that sort of sin as the sinners themselves, grown weary; in one breath they’d be talking about how drunk they got in college and what pranks they’d gotten up to (generally involving property … Continue reading

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Six Sentence Sunday, 30 September 2012 (Max and the Ghost)

At the drop-in center, Erika beamed at Max across the table, as he applied himself without complaint to the practice trigonometry exam that they had drawn up together during study hall.  He couldn’t draw the triangles without thinking about the … Continue reading

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Six Sentence Sunday, 16 September 2012 (Max and the Ghost)

The night turned the floor-to-ceiling window into a mirror, but there was a shadow, or a shape, glimmering in it, more or less man-sized and –shaped, but not entirely distinct.  Max blinked, and it was gone. He couldn’t tell if … Continue reading

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Six Sentence Sunday, 26 August 2012 (Max and the Ghost)

“There’s something about that place that makes them nervous,” he said, and Erika frowned. “They got a deal. Anton usually likes to talk about his deals, but not this time.”  Erika smirked. “Maybe there’s a body in the basement.” Her … Continue reading

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Six Sentence Sunday, 19 August 2012 (Max and the Ghost)

How Erika got from the yellow pad with its grubby pencil lines to the utmost stars and an ancient ship drifting on the infinite ocean, Max didn’t know, but it proved once again that they were brother and sister under … Continue reading

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