Tag Archive: Fantasy

An Old Post

An old post has resurfaced. I’d forgotten about it until I notice that a few people have resonantly read it, so I checked it out. It’s The Gods of Tauger, the first draft… Continue reading

Destiny: Gods of Aghular

Naw was the first of the gods. He brought all other gods into existence. The gods are an important part of The Destiny Series. The series covers more than 4,000 years of Aghular’s… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneer: Trading Dreams

Leaning against the windowsill, she watched the full moon. She’d been dreaming about fairies. Dreams inspired by her grandmother’s stories. Which made her wonder, what would it be like have wings and fly… Continue reading

My Haunted Bed & Breakfast by Phyllis Moore: Book Review

Originally posted on Read Write Live:
Title: My Haunted Bed & Breakfast Author: Phyllis Moore Genre: Fantasy Series: Destiny Series My Haunted Bed & Breakfast is a delightful novella of hauntings and ghosts…

It Takes A Destiny

It takes more than a village to make a god. It takes a Destiny. The Destiny Series is a set of standalone novellas (short novels) where one small event in one story has… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneers: Honor the Gods

“Snortgrass.” “Snortcloud.” “Snortgrass is funnier.” “Stop it.” “Must have an awfully big nose to snort clouds.” “I don’t understand.” “Neither do I.” “Why bowls of plants?” “To honor him.” “It would be easier… Continue reading

Remembering My Character’s Name

I wrote a short story for Friday Fictioneers: Rainforest. The story is about a human and elf, Ronny and Elilaph. Ronny is a character in my next up coming book, My Haunted Bed… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneer: Rainforest

  Elf and human stood on the top of the mountain over looking a wasteland. “This is it?” Marty asked. “You’ve got to be kidding.” “It’s because of that kind of attitude that… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneer: Embarrassing

Mom thinks she’s 85. She’s 185. Her hair is now bright pink. She’s wearing my tight lime-green pants. She looks better in them than I do. She went Frisbee golfing. She doesn’t know… Continue reading

Friday Fictioneer: Tea Party

I remember two kinds of parties. One party everyone is dressed in white and so proper with their teacups and their teacakes, and a violin playing in the background. The other party has… Continue reading

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