Juliette’s Book Club: Tales From the Edge of Oblivion

Juliette’s Book Club: Tales From the Edge of Oblivion

While you’re on lock down at home you might just need some fun new reading material. Consider the themed anthologies from WPaD (Writers, Poets, and Deviants.) The books are fun, cover a wide range of genres, and include some of my stories too. WPaD is the acronym for Writers, Poets and Deviants. We are a … Continue reading

As We Shelter In Place

As We Shelter In Place

Why is it that those of us who’ve written apocalyptic fiction are the ones who take apocalyptic fact the most seriously? It seems that way doesn’t it? I told that to a writer friend of mine tonight. She was frustrated by all the stupid people who won’t stay in place and insist on doing stupid … Continue reading

Short Story Sunday: The Box In Dave’s Basement

Short Story Sunday: The Box In Dave’s Basement

The Box In Dave’s Basement “I was just going out for coffee,” said Austin as he looked at the carnage surrounding him. Coffee with the crossword puzzle, and a little bit of fresh air sounded good. Then Dave, who lived three houses down called to him as he waked by, “Hey, Austin, there’s something weird … Continue reading

Vlad’s Vampire Diary: Last Call

Vlad’s Vampire Diary: Last Call

Dear Diary, When one is a Vampire one is not as fragile as those who walk the Earth with fragile hearts pumping hot blood and thoughts of love.  I attempt to be poetic but even that alludes me today. My Vampire love Gillian is traveling and will not be home until late tonight. I feel … Continue reading

Taking Care of Our Elders: Cleopatra

Taking Care of Our Elders: Cleopatra

Taking Care of Our Elders Marathon Our elder folks are our treasures. We should all love and take care of those we have, both family and elderly friends who often have no family near. You’re never too old for love, or friends or living life. From 2017 Cleopatra “Come quick, come quick,” whispered the voice … Continue reading