So I spent the better part of yesterday dilly-dallying. I shouldn’t have, but I admit it. Ironically, it felt great to take a little break from writing since I’ve been doing a lot of it lately.
I also spent some time messing around making some digital art. One of the things that I was working on was a cover for the short story that I wrote recently titled ‘Compromise of the Soul’. Continue reading →
As most of you all know, I’ve a book releasing next month titled Stuck. It’s a post-apocalyptic, science-fiction story centered around a mother who is intent on providing for her family and the consequences that ensue when she goes out one night in hopes of doing just that.
In preparation for the Stuck’s release, I’ve decided to offer Closure to you all for free via Smashwords. Yep, you heard it right. You can get the story for free and in any format that you’d like to read it in. Kindle, Nook, Sony Reader, PDF, Palm, – Smashwords will allow you to get it however you want it.
In order to get your complimentary free copy of my story, just go HERE and enter the following coupon code: YH96Z in the little box that’s provided and just hit CHECKOUT. It’s that easy! Continue reading →
I meant to unveil this excerpt of my story earlier but a couple things came up during the day that prevented me from doing so. I apologize for the delay. This is still a work-in-progress, so I ask that you bear with me if something within the story is not yet there. All in all, I hope you enjoy what I’ve written, thus far. Would love to know what you all think of both the preliminary cover and the story itself.
Wails of the dying cut the night like sirens, studded with the crack of gunfire and moonlight winking on speeding bullets. The smell of burning flesh and rubber wafted through the air; the stench sickening my senses. Everywhere I looked, signs of a decaying world hit me.
Derelict buildings sat silent on random corners, ghostly shells sporting broken windows and rotted wooden doors that hung off their hinges. Large cracks lined the road, stone and rubble littering the pavement. Shadows danced as I walked along the darkened streets, catching occasional glimpses of an abandoned car. Continue reading →