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Twenty-one – 02

[This post is from Hecate’s point of view.] She had lived through things like this before, but they had rarely ended well—for anyone involved, if she were to be brutally honest. The waiting was always the worst of it, the … Continue reading

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Twenty-nine – 02

[This post is from Matt’s point of view.] Matt opened his eyes. He wasn’t quite certain what he’d expected to see—beyond being surprised to still be alive, he hadn’t really thought much about his situation, not yet. Maybe I hallucinated … Continue reading

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Because I have contracted some kind of plague…

…there will be no update for New Year’s Day.  Stay tuned for an update on Friday, assuming that whatever I have hasn’t killed me by then. Thank you for your patience and understanding. Happy New Year!

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Post for Wednesday, November 27, will be delayed

The post for Wednesday, November 27, will be delayed. I have been working and traveling all day today. Update will be up sometime during the day on Wednesday.

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No update for 11/20/2013

November 20, 2013 is my thirty-first birthday. I had intended to give you something awesome to read, something possibly involving people riding hell-bent for leather to save their friend before skinwalkers ate him. Then we hit a deer on the … Continue reading

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As I start working on the editorial process for Book Two: War Drums and the impending book three to follow, I thought that maybe I should ask you–my readers–what kind of extras you’d like to see in the pint and … Continue reading

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Day 18 – Chapter 11 – 15

            They’d heard the screaming while they were on their way back from the nursery and orchards across the road, but they hadn’t quite realized what it was until they got nearer.  That’s when Tala and Greg had started to … Continue reading

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