Book Excerpt – Chapter Two of “The Crone And The Curse”

Cover Art for "The Crone And The Curse" This is the final draft for Chapter Two of my upcoming novel, "The Crone And The Curse", Book Two of my series, The Atalante Chronicles. If you enjoy this chapter, consider supporting my work by purchasing Book One "Blood And Stone" I stood stock still for a … Continue reading Book Excerpt – Chapter Two of “The Crone And The Curse”

Book Excerpt – Chapter One of “The Crone and The Curse”

Cover Art for "The Crone and The Curse" This is the completed first chapter for my upcoming novel, "The Crone and The Curse", which will be available through Amazon, Nook, and Kobo. If you enjoy this chapter, consider purchasing Book One in the series The Atalante Chronicles. I hate squirrels. That thought ran through my … Continue reading Book Excerpt – Chapter One of “The Crone and The Curse”

County Road 574 – Short Fiction

It had been a Tuesday night in April when Malorie let the tears fall without wiping them away. She needed her hands for steering the car. Beside her was a half-empty bottle of Bacardi rum, 150 proof. The proof hadn’t mattered when she purchased it, though. After drinking most of it, she realized her error … Continue reading County Road 574 – Short Fiction

Chapter 1 of Blood And Stone – An excerpt

This is chapter one of my first novel, Blood And Stone, available through Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B08579NR87/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B08579NR87&linkCode=am2&tag=thekingssquar-20&linkId=c8733d4f3c223b164209dc0826fee021 My self-published first novel. Working outside of Tampa can be a pain in the ass. Scenic but a pain in the ass.   The cab came to a stop on Stafford Road at the entrance to a horse farm. Outside … Continue reading Chapter 1 of Blood And Stone – An excerpt

Closed Circle – Short Fiction

I shall write it again for you, Doctor. My dog wouldn’t stop barking. I threw back the covers. The air cycled by the ceiling fan brushed my exposed torso. The chill in the October night raised small goose bumps. I fumbled a couple of times to put my sandals on, the dog barking incessantly. Wandering … Continue reading Closed Circle – Short Fiction

Decisive Drive – Short Fiction

“Your friends don’t like me.” Five words said over the phone while I drove home from work. “They do. They wouldn’t lie to me,” I said. But I was starting to not like her. “We’ll just spend time together without them,” she said. And that was the point of no return. I don’t recall the … Continue reading Decisive Drive – Short Fiction