When I decided to publish my first book in 2015, I didn’t know what would happen. Continue reading “Three Books, One Year”
Excerpt from Revealed, Farseen Chronicles Book 4.
Dave kept his breath shallow. Some mighty defender of truth he was. His father’s most trusted soldiers in the not quite defunct AIB had chased him into the alley. His dad wasn’t the most Internet savvy person on the planet but he managed to find the blog. And the email he composed. Considering his high IQ, he shouldn’t have left the body of the email in an unencrypted document. Continue reading “Dave’s Rescue”
A song of the Farseen Chronicles. There are no plot spoilers in this story.
Valiant, Tempe’s brother, has been dead a long time. This is a song sung by the fae bards of a dragon made sword he received around the age of twenty. Dragons have the strongest magic of all creatures in the Farseen and anything they make shares at least some of that magic.
There are no plot spoilers in this Farseen Chronicles Flash Fiction.
Lucas stood in the middle of the kitchen with his hands on his hips and glared at the crime scene. The pie pans that had housed three perfectly baked desserts contained nothing but crumbs. He looked to the left into the sunroom where the guys played Pirates of Catan. He wouldn’t put it past his friends to invade the kitchen during his punishment.
This flash fiction is a peek into Clarity’s thought processes. It takes place in the Farseen Chronicles world nearly seven thousand years ago, and describes events when Clarity, Saffron and Fauna come into their majority, meaning they entered their childbearing years.
I just published my fourth novel, an achievement that is equal parts joy and doubt. Joy that I’ve grown as a writer with each book and made some wonderful friends along the way. Doubt that I’m not marketing the books very hard.
This flash fiction takes place in the Fifth Century. There are no Farseen Chronicles plot spoilers in this story.
“Come, the woods await.” Wisdom twirled in her red cloak, laughing.
Pleasance looked up from her sewing, “I promised Father I would mend this before he returns.”
“‘Tis a wonderful full moon you’ll be missing.”
Spoiler Alert. This flash fiction takes place after Betrayed (Farseen Chronicles Book 3), and before Revealed (Farseen Chronicles Book 4).
“Do you think we’ll shift?” Delton asked.
Breton stretched his neck but didn’t open his eyes, “We’re suppose to be meditating. It helps control the shift.”