Mo grabbed a blade from the back of the changing table to her left. “Please step away from my baby,” she ordered. “I don’t want him to get your blood on his new onesie.”
...And why didn't I know about it sooner? Hi loves, Truth be told, I've never been a hardcore gamer. I've only beat like maybe four or five games in my lifetime, repeating a few. My favorites are classics which all have the adventure theme in common---Mario, Zelda, Skies of Arcadia, etc. with Ocarina of Time... Continue Reading →
THE VAULT - Excerpts from old stories that I wrote, many of them unfinished. I just recently found them on an old hard drive and wanted to share.
Image courtesy of opendoor.com It wasn't love at first sight but I knew, when I walked in, she was the one for me. I like cute and quaint. For a starter home just for myself and future cat, dog, rabbit (as well as several bookcases), she's the perfect size. Lovely neighborhood. A garage (I'm fine... Continue Reading →
Enchanted Christmas by Emery C. F. Bryant Kennedy Watkins finally decides to take the plunge and chase her dreams, which includes moving to another state to get a fresh start. Unfortunately, what she doesn’t expect is for her aspirations to be upturned by a serious accident, which brings the handsome, yet brooding Zane Reilly into... Continue Reading →
But I've noticed a shift. I've dared, pushed the enveloped a little, and in the meantime I've gotten to know my readers. Y'all don't mind a little dick in your romance (LOL) and I love you for it.
Not long now, guys. I know I've made you wait a while! She was the woman he wanted. This wasn’t something Kellen Edwards believed; it was what he knew. It was what he felt the first moment he laid eyes on Bailey Green. It was like they’d known each other in a previous life and... Continue Reading →
Each book carries a theme of kismet: Fated (Being rooted to someone), Angels and Assassins (Right place, right time) and now..being destined to someone even before birth. Do you believe in destiny? Dates three and four had been a Mediterranean dinner and then they’d seen an impromptu matinee movie. Date number five had pounced upon... Continue Reading →