Little Boy Chapter 2 Has Been Posted

January 31, 2011

**Warning this is a story about one of the most deadly conflicts ever to not happen in the history of the world. Parental discretion is advised. 😉 **

Chapter 2 of Little Boy is up.

Any feedback, suggestions, and the like are appreciated.


WWII Historical Fiction Short Story

January 27, 2011

Little Boy, is a short piece of Historical WWII fiction.

Be warned, at times the language and imagery of this work can be strong.

Magic Ink Chapter 21

January 21, 2011

Has been posted for your reading pleasure.

Twists, turns, and problems await!

Linky to Chapter 21

Magic Ink Chapter 20

January 14, 2011

Finally it feels like I’m getting back into the swing of things here. So I’ve finished another chapter of Ink, I hope you all like it.

Magic Ink Chapter 20

Maj. Winters, Rest In Peace.

January 10, 2011

On January 2nd 2011, Richard D Winters passed away. Who was this man? Major Richard “Dick” Winters was an officer in the 101st airborne. He is well known for his portrayal in HBO’s “Band of Brothers” miniseries.

Major Winters and his men parachuted into occupied France on D-Day, fought in Holland during the failed Market Garden campaign, and froze their collective behinds off in Bastogne. These men volunteered to jump out of airplanes into hostile territory. They knew that no matter where they turned there could be enemies waiting to shoot them.

Take a moment today to reflect on the men who fought and died to liberate the world. I fear we will soon be all out of veterans to thank from WWII and Korea. May we never forget their sacrifices.

We are diminished.


Major Richard “Dick” Winters

Magic Ink 19 is Up

January 7, 2011

Phew, there’s nothing like the holidays to muck with ones writing schedule.

Sorry about the REALLY long delay. Updates hopefully won’t take as long now.

Anyway, enjoy chapter 19 of Magic Ink.

Magic Ink is Not Dead

January 6, 2011

Sorry it’s taking so long for the next chapter. Christmas and New Years were… INSANE!

And it’s taking me quite a while to get back into the swing of things.

I haven’t abandoned Ink or anything. Life and work have a way of interfering with what I want to accomplish.