Remembrance Day Poem: The November Wind

Image by enriquelopezgarre from Pixabay   My annual poem for Remembrance Day.   The November Wind   The wind blows cold  in November across the fields of memory and the fallen Across the rows of poppies among the graves The wind blows cold in November Lest we forget the sacrifices of the dead.    ... Continue Reading →

Is Facebook Broken?

Image by Ruth Archer from Pixabay   Is Facebook Broken? The answer to that question, in my opinion, is a resounding, YES. This is based not only on their ever-continuing changes that are resulting in the site being less and less user-friendly but in my own recent experiences as a banned author. As I have... Continue Reading →

Hell’s Empire has been released!

The long-anticipated horror anthology, Hell's Empire, is now available. Open the pages on the tales of the Incursion, those dark days when the infernal forces of Hell invaded the shores of Victorian Britain...   A unique anthology of two thrones at war as the forces of Hell assault an unsuspecting Victorian Britain. The cry went... Continue Reading →

OWSCyCon: The Unique World of Kayla Krantz

About The OWSCyCon Fantasy Blog Tour As part of the OWS CyCon 2019, we asked our fantasy authors to write about what makes their world, or the world of another author unique. Each of them has come up with very different answers which reflect their writing processes, their research methods, and their views on world... Continue Reading →

#NationalPoetryMonth Day 26: Journey

Today, for Day 26, I give you a haibun, an interesting mix of prose poetry and haiku. Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay   Journey   A dusty road, down from the mountains, leaving the snow-capped peaks behind. Tired footsteps, echoing loss and regret. A lowered head, a soft sigh, aching muscles, but he walks onward.... Continue Reading →

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