Graduation Day

They dress in red robes and sing to say goodbye. Parents and teachers watch, clap and cry. Diplomas are passed out. Speeches are given. Pictures are taken. Then comes the lunch. Awkward conversation. More speeches. Skits. Speeches. Tears. Sobbing tears of farewell. One last song together. Goodbye teachers. Retire to the classroom. One last look. … More Graduation Day

Contentment

Some things you want to go on forever. For me, my baby girl sleeping on my chest is one such feeling. She has only existed outside of her mother for just over two weeks, and yet she feels like an essential part of my life. Like I’ve known her forever. I love this little girl … More Contentment

The Sword

She tested the weight of the sheathed blade. It was heavier than what she was used to wielding, which only made sense as it was a hand and a half longer the her previous blade. Mayhaps she would need to carry it on her shoulder. Wearing at her hip would certainly make the yojans she … More The Sword

DT Chapter 27 Kestra: Origins 4

Today Brent reads the twenty-seventh chapter of Deadly Troubadours “Kestra: Origins 4.” Visit the website at deadlytroubadour.com and like the book on Facebook. Deadly Troubadours can be purchased from Indiegogo, Amazon, iTunes or Smashwords. Or go look at Brent’s Patreon site and get it there. Music by Manny Marx. If you enjoyed this post, please like my Facebook author page and become a patron through Patreon. Or if you like podcasts and … More DT Chapter 27 Kestra: Origins 4

Podcasts, Wristbands & Coins: Why You Should Support Me on Patreon

I’ve been working hard revamping my Patreon page in an effort to make it more worthwhile for supporters to come aboard. First and foremost, there is currently a special offer going on. Any supporters who join up before the end of March will be able to download a free ebook of my latest novella, Tokyo … More Podcasts, Wristbands & Coins: Why You Should Support Me on Patreon

On a Quest

My wife has had a busy few weeks. First off, she was really pregnant, and that by itself seemed exhausting. And then, on the 3rd, she gave birth. Like a warrior. We’ve both been working hard to adjust to our changes. But work goes on. Case in point, she has had to finish up some … More On a Quest