July 18, 2018 The Portal Tomb & The Burrens The Burrens and the Portal Tomb were pretty interesting. Although there were a lot of tourists [other than us], it felt extremely freeing to stand on the Burrens and feel the wind brush my cheeks. I was the most excited to see the Portal Tomb, which... Continue Reading →
The Child Dreamer: A Dead Dreamer Prequel ᛖᚦᛈᛟᛋᛖᛞ Neither Catori nor the Medicine Man made mention of my visit with the spirits or the fire that night. Not until years later. But they kept a watchful eye. Because of this, by the time I turned fourteen, most of the tribe was back to treating me... Continue Reading →
The Dead Dreamer series is heavily influenced by Celtic mythology, as well as a few others. But the Celts hold the biggest influence. I've been doing research into this mythology for a decade, and this summer I get to continue my research in...IRELAND [I say excitedly as if you didn't already get that from the title... Continue Reading →
The Child Dreamer: A Dead Dreamer Prequel ᚠᛁᚱᛖᛋᛟᚠᚲᚺᚨᛝᚷᛖ The beasts of the full moon reminded me of the shadowed creature that had escaped the barn the night my father ended his miserable existence. I watched as it escaped into the night before I set the barn ablaze. Remembering the creature and seeing these beasts now,... Continue Reading →
The Fae The world sees the mysterious creatures Leaving "blessings" wherever they may go Creating a balanced world Allowing life to flourish But also Death
Within an writer's mind is a staircase. Along this staircase is a journey with windows. A journey to know yourself, but also windows to another world. Different people, different laws, different lore. Sometimes it can be exciting, while other times, terrifying. But that's the whole point. To see something outside of our natural realm, and learn from it.
Have you ever had a moment where you're at work, just typing away, then all of a sudden BOOM! A plot idea hits you, which leads down this dark, cold staircase. You can't know what's at the bottom, but you must keep moving forward. Once you've begun your journey, the only way to stop is... Continue Reading →