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It Happened in a Flash

I’m a little slow letting you guys know about this one because I just found it myself. It Happened in a Flash: An Anthology of 64 Bite-Sized Stories is now available. My story is called The Hunted. It’s about an organization that’s trying to take out all the old gods … Continue reading

Dark Side of the Moon

Happy Halloween! This story is also being featured in the Podcast Alone in a Room with Invisible People. https://www.alonewithinvisiblepeople.com/posts/episode-16-halloween-special-listener-edition/ Dark Side of the Moon The full moon reflects in the red pool growing beneath me. Darkness clouds my vision, fading in and out. My lungs ache, begging for oxygen, but … Continue reading

Chains

I’m going to be sharing new stories with you guys weekly. Please subscribe to my blog to receive these by email. Chains I could feel my magic, but I couldn’t access it. I tried to stand, but chains held me. Ahh, that’s why I can’t use my magic. I looked … Continue reading

Z – Zodiac Conformity Agreement

Z - Zodiac Conformity Agreement

Zodiac Conformity Agreement “Long ago we used the stars to predict the weather, celestial events, and even natural disasters. It’s only natural that we looked to the stars to learn more about ourselves too. That’s my job. I research your astrological charts and provide potential matches once you reach your … Continue reading

Y – Yinepu I Command You

Y - Yinepu I Command You

Yinepu I Command You I read the passage in the scroll one more time and summoned Yinepu, the Egyptian God of the dead. The circle of candles died out. Smoke swirled concentrating in the middle of the circle. A man solidified from the smoke. His bare chest showed tanned muscle, … Continue reading

X – Xiphoid Symbiosis

x - xiphoid symbiosis

Xiphoid Symbiosis He would wake up in an hour. I had to put as much distance between us as I could. During the meteor shower last night he snapped, worse than ever before. If I didn’t get out now, I’d only be leaving in a body bag. I grabbed the … Continue reading