Saturday, December 9, 2017

Serial Story Blog - 200,000 Readers and Still Growing!

This morning I want to extend a special thanks to all of you for stopping in each week to read my Serial Story Blog. 
The Views hit over 200,000 this week. 
What a gratifying experience for an author. 

Today I am posting Yaltzee Shift! 
you will enjoy this one. 

Yaltzee was a minor character I left in a very dire situation in 
Book 3 of the Shifting Books in the Twin Cities Series. 
I didn't feel right about leaving him there, so I wrote this story. 
At first it will seem like I just moved him into a worse situation, 
but believe me, it does get better. 
I love happy endings.

I also wanted to give you a heads-up for next week. 
I will be doing my Annual Holiday Blog Post. 
Last year it was with Farloft, my dragon muse. 
This year it will be with Scar and his family.

Happy Reading and Thank you, again for dropping by and 
making my Holiday Season Special 
by supporting me in my writing endeavors.



Art by Eleizabeth Babicz

Saturday, December 2, 2017

A Fantasy Short Story - Fur and Frost - A Dragon Love Story

This week I will continue with my posting of short stories for the Holiday season.
These are fun because you can have them emailed to yourself and
download them to read
while standing in those long lines at the department stores.




This story has also appeared here on this blog in serial form previously. 
By downloading it in its entirety, you join the many followers on my Monthly Newsletter. 
Each month I send out a letter with free reads, contests and author news.


If you enjoy this story, you might consider picking up a copy of
The Farloft Chronicles.
They are Dragon Fun for All Ages.
There are six middle-school formatted books,
two collected works formatted for adults
and one pre-school volume with 9 short stories and coloring pages.


Saturday, November 25, 2017

A Sci-fi Short Story - Body Bags and Other Dark Places


As I said last week, this Saturday and all the Saturdays through December 
I will be posting a short story here for your reading pleasure. 



If you are a regular reader of my blog, you might have already seen some of these. 
However, now they are all in one document and you can actually have then sent to you. 



The one this week is a Sci-fi with a kick ass gal who can't seem to stay out of trouble. 
In the coming weeks there will be a fantasy, a paranormal and some great 
Christmas stories starring my many characters.

This little (reposting) break will give me time to prepare a Awesome
 Fantasy Serial Story for you starting January 6th


An added BONUS is when you download the stories
it will sign you up for my Monthly Newsletter. 
Once a month I will catch you up on my writing world, run contests and have cool giveaways. 

So click on the link and download your copy of 


And if you enjoy this story, you might think about picking up 
for more adventures with Jake, Arr and Kay-o. 
They would make a great gift for someone you know who likes Sci-fi. 
All seven in the series for under $20.00 and no wrapping required.


Saturday, November 18, 2017

When Worlds Collide - Chapter Twenty-Six

Stone leaned over Ky. He was going to have to remove the stitches. Normally, the stitches would just be left to dissolve, but the kid was healing so fast that they were going to get trapped. It would be better to remove them. He reached for the forceps and scissors on the tray.

“How is he?” Riley asked from his place in the chair by Ky’s bed. The man hadn’t left the kid's side since they returned from the mission.

“He’s doing fine.” Stone clipped the first stitch.

“Then why doesn’t he wake up?”

Saturday, November 11, 2017

When Worlds Collide - Chapter Twenty-Five

Younce didn’t hear Ky sail in behind him. He just felt the roof lurch when the huge dragon landed.

“Come on,” Ky ordered.

The sniper turned to find himself face to face with an incredibly intimidating red and black dragon. It towered over him. It must have been fifteen feet tall and in spite of the voice being several octaves lower, he could tell it was Ky.

“Damn! That is impressive Ky. And you can talk.”

“Yes, but there isn’t time for it now. We need to get the rest of the guys out. Can you keep your seat and shoot from by back?” Ky asked.

Saturday, November 4, 2017

When Worlds Collide - Chapter Twenty-Four

It was a long plane ride. Luckily, Mallory had gone ahead of the group so once the team was aboard, Ky could change back to his human form and relax until they landed. Mostly, everyone slept. Riley told him there was no telling when they would get a chance to again.

Ky was both excited and frightened. He and Riley talked a lot about what was expected of him and what he might be requested to do. They were depending on him for his heightened senses. They hoped he could warn them of danger as they infiltrated the building and moved up to the third floor where Slattery was being held.

Riley wanted him to wear a K-9 flak vest, but Ky explained he didn’t have control over it and if he wanted to change into something larger, then it would slow him down. It might even constrict him. The man argued that he didn’t want him going in unprotected. Eventually, after a demonstration of Ky’s struggling to shift in the vest and eventually ripping it to shreds as he morphed into a Morlock Demon (who Ky told him could smell better than a K-9), Riley gave in.

Saturday, October 28, 2017

When Worlds Collide - Chapter Twenty-Three

Prus meet them in the parking lot. He was just getting out of his car. “What’s up?”

“I have no idea,” Riley answered. “Just an Urgent text.”

“Me too.” Prus nodded at Ky. “Did you have a good time on your field trip?”

Ky shouldered his backpack with what remained of the goodies Riley bought him. “Yeah, Mary’s nice. Charlie’s at the grabbing stage.” He ran a hand through his hair.

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