New Opportunites


  The gentle clink of a spoon stirring in a glass was the only sound that punctuated the stillness of the clear spring morning. A young man with black hair, brown eyes, and an average height stood motionless, lost in deep thought.    Adam leaned against the counter, staring out into the distance, his mind…

Wormhole Ch.9 (Updated)


With an aching body and spotty memory, Jason wakes up knowing full well that his last portal encounter could have gone much, much better. Also, Jason wakes up to find that he has company…

Wormhole Ch.5 (Updated)


More problems arise for Jason after finding out Veina’s little secret. With a Demon now setting her sights on him, Jason tries to keep his wits together and his pants on. But a Demon like Veina just loves a challenge. Can Jason keep Veina from driving him nuts, or will she crack his stubborn will?

Bird’s Eye View Quick Update- Artwork, Profile Added


Still working on Chapter 6, but I managed to commission some artwork of Perri Greene the falcon harpy- the narrator’s homestay in Bird’s Eye View. The pictures are by Tipsypaipai, and I was so pleased with how they came out I thought I’d share them (I did the text of the ‘Perri’s Secrets’ profile, though).…

Carnality Series: C 1


“Their outward appearance is that of a little girl, but of all the monsters, they possess the most physical power… and they are feared by both humans and monsters alike.

If you ever meet one of them, never assume you can defeat her. With average abilities, one would be hopelessly outmatched…”

– Monster Girl Encyclopedia
Baphomet Profile, Paragraphs 1 and 4

Adrift Character Spotlight – Tetlekar


Human, yet machine. Alive, yet timeless. Real, yet synthetic. Feeling, yet not fully comprehending.  A very challenging character to write; I always wanted to have an android/robotic character with an actual personality in a story, yet avoid the usual tropes they usually come with, as well as avoiding both ends of the spectrum (making him too…

Adrift Character Spotlight – Cole


Curious yet cautious, childish yet responsible, smart yet dorky, genre-savvy yet not self-aware. He’s easily the protagonist I’ve had most fun writing in my life, even though ”fun” doesn’t mean ”easy”. When writing a protagonist, I usually live by two golden rules: ”Do Not Create A Mary Sue” and ”Do not create a Hero Archetype”,…

Adrift Character Spotlight – Haudrica & Mizelle


To be naïve or to hold a grudge, to yearn for companionship or to want nothing but solitude, to desire new experiences or to shun all that’s different. To seem as perfect opposites, yet being rather similar. And curiously enough, I didn’t envision Mizelle and Haudrica to be such way from the get-go, but ideas…