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Drem, the cold killer of legend

The first in a number of blog posts to introduce the characters of my book, the Silent Slayer.

We begin with the Silent Slayer himself. Drem: 661 more words


Day Thirty-Four

“Trapped by reality, freed by imagination.”  Nicolas Manetta

This is just a Macro Photo of my hubby’s chess set – I thought the texture was really interesting so I included a 2nd shot below… 29 more words

In the Tenderloin

The Tenderloin. 11:30 a.m. November. 

Hey, you how ya doing? You look lovely today.”

He was youngish, somewhere between 19 and 30, with dark brown skin the color of wood smoked oak. 1,870 more words


Character Interview: Kadrean Authier

Everything happens for a reason… Four people. Four very different lives. Four tales interwoven. Meet Kenzie en Shareed, the High Clan Chief’s daughter who is sent south to fulfill a treaty by marriage only to marry the wrong man; Kadrean Authier, the Crown Prince who must come to terms with his new bride, even if he doesn’t much like the idea; Garron D’Arbonne, a noble Lord who has been commanded to marry a cool and aloof princess he doesn’t love; and Vivianne Chappelle, a young and ambitious woman who is in love with her abusive father’s manservant and must find a way to avoid having her entire future decided for her. 945 more words



I came across this video essay about how Miyazaki creates great characters and wanted to share it with all of you. It’s an excellent study that any storyteller can learn from.


Jessica Jones: Marvel's Darkest Side

It’s no secret (or perhaps it is since I never got around to doing a review,) that I love Daredevil. It was the first Marvel franchise where I was actually on the edge of my seat during the fight sequences because, unlike the immortal demigods of the Avengers, Daredevil could be injured. 2,336 more words


"The shut eye" ~ Belinda Bauer

Wow!  This book will be on my favorites of 2015 list for sure!

I’ve been a fan of Belinda Bauer for a while now, but this is my favorite novel by her so far.  732 more words

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