Excerpt It was a watercolor image of a woman. Her legs were long and thick all the way down from where her hips met her thighs. Her skin was a deep brown, almost as deep as Tia’s, and the colors wrapped around the canvas, around her body, like a dress billowing in the wind. For something so large, the estate had its fair share of colorful palettes. The walls were neutral and the curtains that bordered the windows were white and heavy, but the different bowls and ornaments placed around… Read more The Gatekeeper →
She tossed the cotton ball into the nearby trashcan and turned. He lifted her onto the vanity counter, spread her legs with his, and pushed the skirt up to her hips.
“I want you,” veteran linebacker, Matt Wilson, repeated. “What do you have to say to that?”
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You don’t have to see the whole staircase. Just take the first step. – MLK Jr. Anxiety is a tricky bugger. I happen to have the social variety wrapped in… Read more The Staircase →
New Year, New Series Release Date: 01-01-2020 No one defies the Lord of the Underworld. Chief Mataio Tauati took over his father’s post as Gatekeeper of The Dead at seventeen years… Read more The Gatekeeper →
There are some new developments for KAlexWrites on the wing coming for the remainder of 2019 and beyond. The first is a tad bit personal, but it addresses a challenge I don’t face alone in this world. In observance of #worldmentalhealthday, let’s start with:
Hi loves. So, like the title says, I was finally able to stop wiggling long enough to sit and watch a movie. I’m a sucker for movies about music, and… Read more Yesterday: A Review →