The Riverbed

The frailty in the comfort of believing all is well is more dangerous than any acts of violence. -JCS

When In War

Our idea of a bad guy in stories usually revolves around one person. They have a plan in mind and in most cases, they’re unsuccessful. It really isn’t because we want them to fail, more so that plans to take over the world usually end poorly. However, in Stained Waltz, there really is more than…

Fleur De Lis, Crest, or Portraits?

I hope you all enjoyed your holiday! I had to cook for Thanksgiving’s Day, but the food came out wonderfully! I didn’t specify what I would blog about this week in regards to my latest novel, Stained Waltz. So far, I have started on the cover art work when it occurred to me that it…

As the Plot Thickens

Last week, I gave you a brief description of Stained Waltz. This week, just for fun, I’d like to go over the covens and homeless street gangs (also called streets fangs). This’ll will be great! You get a taste of my novel without the entire plot coming out! First, we have the “traditional covens.” There…

Stained Waltz

My writing is entering new territory. I’ve contemplated a vampire novel over several years before actually trying it out. Usually, my writing fits in with “pulp”, as I am known to mix genres together. It’s tough writing a vampire novel since there’s already been a successful franchise (I only speak of Underworld, even though it…