Prequel

A Twelve Realms Prequel: Ch 9

Click the numbers if you missed any of the first eight chapters: OneTwoThreeFourFiveSixSevenEight Chapter Nine The Wrong Words Standing in front of the mirror to examine the dress she’d be wearing for Fortnight caused Ismene to rethink Kendric’s remarks. While the luxurious sapphire material was voluminous from the waist down, it required just her chemise… Continue reading A Twelve Realms Prequel: Ch 9

Prequel

A Twelve Realms Prequel: Chapter 8

Click the numbers if you missed any of the first seven chapters: OneTwoThreeFourFiveSixSeven Chapter Eight Cursed Celebrations Othniel squeezed the back of his neck and let loose a low growl of frustration. He didn’t like how he’d behaved upon first seeing Ismene with Kendric. Damn that man for knowing her first. There had been nothing… Continue reading A Twelve Realms Prequel: Chapter 8

Prequel

A Twelve Realms Prequel: Chapter 7

Click the numbers if you missed the first six chapters: OneTwoThreeFourFiveSix Chapter Seven It's Not that Simple Days morphed into weeks, and over that time, countless opportunities to witness just what kind of man Othniel was presented themselves. Ismene touched the petal of the daisy resting on her vanity table. He brought her fresh wild… Continue reading A Twelve Realms Prequel: Chapter 7

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Last Dance

#flashfiction #dance #drama Steady rhythms. Erratic heart thrumming. The music begged to sooth, but her mind refused its solace. Every last breath ached in her chest like the too tight pinch of a straight jacket. She gasped and bent at the waist. The drive zoomed up toward her as her knees buckled and her palms… Continue reading Last Dance

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Q&A with Author Ian Probert

I have a special guest for you today. I wrote a little about his most recent book not too long ago. It's a book about ex-boxers and the author's journey through healing after his father's death. Click here to read more from me about Dangerous, a sequel to his book Rope Burns. Click here to… Continue reading Q&A with Author Ian Probert