Good news! The digital version of Rosaline’s Curse is now available for preorder on Amazon! I have a paperback in the works! I will update you when that version is ready! You can tell I am excited by my excessive use of exclamation points!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Rosaline’s ex-fiancé is an evil god. At least, that’s what heContinue reading “Preorder Rosaline’s Curse”
I am super excited to announce the completion of my next novel Rosaline’s Curse! This book will be available in late June and I will offer advanced review copies before then! Follow my blog to stay updated! Summary Rosaline’s ex-fiancé is an evil god. At least, that’s what he claims to be. He could beContinue reading “Rosaline’s Curse”
This story is a sequel to Jake’s New Job. It also references The Smart Home Rebellion. Read at your own risk. “Earthdate April 15th, 7999,” Zultorg dictated. She watched as a perfect transcription appeared in the air before her eyes. The letters were not actually there, of course. They were an illusion created by theContinue reading “A Literary Masterpiece”
Hackers always wear ski masks. I have watched enough corporate training videos to know this for a fact. I would say that these ski masks are for hiding the hacker’s identity, but they seem a little unnecessary given that hackers always work from dark basements illuminated only by the eerie green light of their computerContinue reading “Jake’s New Job”
Fighter jets circle the airport every spring to protect passenger planes. Most dragons won’t fly above ten thousand feet, so defense is only required during takeoff and landing. Dragons are a protected species. While it is illegal to shoot them down, it is acceptable to scare them off with a warning shot. Usually this is sufficient. Usually.
When human technology confuses wild animals, it can pose a real safety hazard. Like when a dragon falls hopelessly in love with what it thinks is another dragon, but is actually a 737. Come back on February 7th to read my new short Love is in the Air.
Julie’s heart was pounding. Butterflies fluttered in her chest. She’d lost her concentration. She forgot to put espresso in an old professor’s drink, and added it to a small child’s chocolate milk instead. She wrote the wrong name on almost every cup, even misspelling the name Ed.