Grasshoppers

Something I started a while back and have yet to return to. Maybe someday. The wind tousled the long blades of grass that adorned the sloping hill. It was a sunny day, a perfect day to escape from the thick, overhanging trees that grew in the Black Forrest just beyond the clearing. It was one … More Grasshoppers

Lightning

He watched the flashes of light. He was so close he could smell them. The boom and roar had long since turned to silence. He was battered by the shatter and thrash around him. Dark clouds tumbled overhead. Threatening him to move lest he be struck down directly. But he watched and splayed his fingers. … More Lightning

The Lizard Pirates

Their skiffs floated swiftly in the dark water. They were silent, and with no moon the large ship ahead of them would have no knowledge of their coming. Four skiffs approached. From each a pair began to climb, their clawed hands finding fast purchase into the wooden hull. What little sound they made was covered … More The Lizard Pirates

DT Chapter 29 Demetrius Origins 6

Today Brent reads the twenty-ninth chapter of Deadly Troubadours “Demetrius Origins 6.” 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 29 Demetrius Origins 6

Editing Paranoia

After a few false starts, today was a fairly successful day of editing. Or at least as successful as you can get while caring for a newborn. Still, a day that comes with an abundance of baby snuggles is a good day. But, at last, I was able to edit. And it felt quite productive … More Editing Paranoia

Baby Bird

It was just after the baby bird opened its eyes that Tym realized he should have studied more. That had always been his problem. The stars of his birth foretold of great magical potential, and there was little doubt that potential existed, however Tym seemed to actively avoid the work that would activate said potential. … More Baby Bird

2 Days Left

For the last half of March I’ve been running a special offer over on my Patreon page. For any supporter that signs up before March ends, they will be able to download a free copy of my latest short novel, Tokyo Damned. Currently this is a Patreon exclusive. However, it will be released later in … More 2 Days Left