The Ordering of All Things

Much debate elapsed among the disparate Twelve. By telepathic surges of raw intent, emotion, and implication, they postured, bellowed and haggled over what They desired. They feuded over the globular potential condensed within the languid pinpoint that hovered equidistant between Them in the infinite roiling maelstrom before all things began. After immeasurable discourse during which […]

The Necromancer and the Reaping Spear: Chapter Five

“King Sidra had it on his person when he died: a gemstone, black but glass-like, bearing a golden sunburst set with a red circle. I have hid it in my enclave’s remains. You must take it. It has driven all who touch it mad. They are saying the one who masters it will be his true heir.”

Imports From the Bird: Regarding “THAT Ship”

Hello, readers mine! The following is the result of my earnest attempt to write a short–HA–Twitter thread concerning my staunch belief that we need more soft SciFi/futuristic fantasy stories centering around the inherent drama of smaller warships going toe-to-toe with a true flagship. I hoped to convince other writers of the potential in this idea–in […]

The Thing About Mistakes

Hello, readers mine. I’m struggling with something at the moment, so I’m afraid we’re due for another of those posts. You know the ones. The ones where I treat these pixel-born pages as a replacement for therapy. Ironically, I’m at a point in my life where I’m open to therapy, but can no longer afford […]

The Necromancer and the Reaping Spear: Chapter Two Alpha

Hello, readers mine! Continuing this new experiment of posting the chapters which will be part of the free preview of The Necromancer and the Reaping Spear, here’s the first working version of the second chapter. Writing this unrighteous leviathan of a chapter just about shattered my consciousness at several points, so I’m sure it’ll be wondrous […]