Fractured Fragment Friday: RELEASE DAY for Close Encounters of the Weird Kind!!!
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Fractured Fragment Friday: RELEASE DAY for Close Encounters of the Weird Kind!!!

Here we are, at infamous BLACK FRIDAY (when people finish being THANKFUL and rush to get theirs – such a contradiction…) This is also the release day for my latest collection of stories!!! Close Encounters of the Weird Kind is a collection of twenty-one speculative fictions. Within these pages are twenty-one short fictions involving meetings … Continue reading

Fractured Fragment Friday: Close Encounters of the Weird Kind and “The Sheila Wulf Chitinoid Sessions”
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Fractured Fragment Friday: Close Encounters of the Weird Kind and “The Sheila Wulf Chitinoid Sessions”

My next collection is set up and ready for preorders. Close Encounters of the Weird Kind is a collection of twenty-one speculative fictions. Within thesepages are twenty-one short fictions involving meetings between beings who refer to each other as alien. What were they thinking? Whether you’ve suffered through your own invasion, or experienced a probing … Continue reading

Fractured Fragment Friday: Close Encounters of the Weird Kind and “Quiet!”
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Fractured Fragment Friday: Close Encounters of the Weird Kind and “Quiet!”

My next collection is set up and ready for preorders. Close Encounters of the Weird Kind is a collection of twenty-one speculative fictions. Within these pages are twenty-one short fictions involving meetings between beings who refer to each other as alien. What were they thinking? Whether you’ve suffered through your own invasion, or experienced a … Continue reading

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Meandering Monday about 2020 and Living with Uncertainty and Corruption

Raise your hand if 2020 is your favorite year. Unless you’re an anarchist, I don’t think so. This year has too much uncertainty even for a speculative fiction writer like me. We live in a meandering time, in a meandering world, in a meandering country. When will Covid be over? Will I be allowed to … Continue reading