Blood soaked the carpet, surrounding Rune like a blossoming rose. What he thought would have been the killing blow by Hastings simply put him in a state of misery he had never experienced before. His skull ached as if it were being tightened in a vice, and the rest of his broken form cried out … More The Friday Muse – Hidden
“Eight ball, corner pocket,” Shane called out. His trembling hands coated the pool stick in slippery sweat, making it difficult to position his shot. Sergio leaned against the pool table, a smirk slowly bleeding across his face. “You just called your fate, ese.” Gripping the pool stick, Shane lowered himself to the table and attempted … More Eight Ball, Corner Pocket
This last year I floundered a bit at different times with my commitment to write new fiction every Friday, but I picked up the mantle once again towards the end and started writing out full short fiction pieces both to get into the practice of writing every week and to get in the habit of … More The Friday Muse – My Fiction Year In Review
There’s times I’m ungrateful for this apartment. It’s small. It always smells of rice – even though I’ve never cooked rice in the five years I’ve lived here. The heater rumbles like a steam train. The washing machine, even louder. There’s this owl that always visits the porch and leaves behind gifts for me to … More The Friday Muse – Winter In Provin
It’s Friday! That’s definitely a good thing for more reasons than I can account for here in this blog. For one, though, it means it’s another Friday Muse piece. This one is a slice of flash fiction about the lost city of Atlantis…
As I have a great love for the Tomb Raider franchise and for fantasy, I decided to merge the two for today’s Friday Muse piece. Enjoy!
Today’s Friday Muse piece is an attempt at first-person POV, which I haven’t actually done in a while. It’s also a bit longer than some of my other Muse pieces, but that’s always a good thing.
Today’s Friday Muse piece is a fun piece of flash fiction I wrote to illustrate a fun tale a child’s grandfather has to tell him. I like this piece because, unlike many of the other Friday Muse pieces I’ve written, it’s more lighthearted and fun.
Today’s Friday Muse piece is another piece to what has potential of becoming a much bigger story. The fact that Anaisha is mentioned in the story should clue you in that this takes place in my Expired Reality/Black Earth universe, but I’m not sure of when in my timeline it takes place.
With the first book of my Black Earth series being re-released via The Crossover Alliance next week, today’s segment takes another look at the series’ universe and offers a glimpse at a new character who realizes their special abilities at work in the darkness…