The Knife in the Dark is here. You can get it HERE. That is all.
Some of you might have noticed that Ye Olde Websyte was down for a few days. Wordpress pushed out it’s update, and said update decided to break my website’s legs, apparently. The old girl was down for a few days while I got it figured out, but everything is back to normal. Just in time, […]
This is for my peeps over at The Smarter Artist. There are three gorillas that writers wrestle with all the time–procrastination, word counts, and getting fat. We spend so much time getting everything just right, then ruminating on what we need to write for that day. We answer emails, we watch videos, we while away our […]
And now it was that Devla, daughter of Light and Shadow, she of the Eternal Cycle and source of life, looked down upon the creation of her husband, Evmir. “I see your mountains,” said she. “I see your lakes, your rivers, your storms and snow. But your creation is not yet whole.” She hummed first […]
And his brother Eindor, the Wise God, he who won the Staff of Secrets by giving up his eye, the source of wisdom and Father of Magic, saw what Evmir was doing. Eindor looked out over the world, at what his brother had wrought, and knew that it was incomplete. “Brother, let me add to […]
Before the world was, the aether was formless, without sight or sound. There was only the Void–black, deep, and unknowable. For cycle upon cycle, infinite in number, the darkness remained. There came a time, though, that the great god Light grew restless, and called his wife Shadow to his side. They danced through the emptiness, […]
In keeping with my current fascination with Greek mythology (perhaps because I’m currently taking a really good class on the subject) we’re going to talk today about the Oracle of Apollo at Delphi. For those of you who don’t know her–and I’m using the term ‘her‘ to refer to a position and not an actual […]
I’ve been thinking about this lately, so I figured I’d write some of it down. Maybe you guys will find this as interesting as I do. Maybe you’ll just think I’m morbid. I want to talk about the Maenads. Now, some of you are raising your fingers in the air, saying “Hey, I remember those from […]