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The Jack in the Green gets a 5-star review: "Implacable, gruesome, nature horror"

Thrilled to receive a 5-star review from Mallory Heart Reviews:

Gruesome horror of the classic bent–wrapped in millennia-old paganism, Nature “red in tooth and claw,” (as Wordsworth depicted)–unfolding characters, raw terror, mix into one exciting, adventurous tale.

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An article I wrote about Kali for Samhain

Kali, The Goddess of Transformation and Empowerment- my Wiccan perspective at Samhain

Mother Kali, Mother Kali,
Mother of the world-transforming
and world-illumining
Fiery Dance,
O Mother, You are at once the destruction-flood… 969 more words

Samhain: Romance in the Dark

I can already feel it. I drive home from work at exactly the time when the sun is in the process of setting during winter. A month ago, it was sinking beneath the horizon before I turned on Highway 30 for the seven mile drive to High Ridge; today it’s still up for about ten minutes after I’m home. 768 more words


UPDATES: Ascension Agenda, Becoming, Things We Fear, plus reviews, interviews, and Cons

First off, I want to thank everyone who has purchased, read, reviewed, or shared my debut novella, Abram’s Bridge. It has certainly been an exciting couple of weeks since its release. 338 more words


PRE-RELEASE REVIEW: "The Truth as He Knows It" by A.M. Arthur


Lies are the chains that keep you weighed down at rock bottom.

Officer Noel Carlson isn’t out to anyone in small-town Stratton, Pennsylvania, only to distant friends and family, so a relationship is out of the question. 836 more words


There's a Very Good Reason Why I Don't Write Prologues by Allison Merritt

Wystan (The Heckmasters) is the first book in a trilogy about three half demon brothers who guard a portal to Hell. Their lives are turned upside down by the arrival of a schoolteacher no one asked for, her quirky little sister, and a strange woman they can’t quite pin down. 714 more words