Category Archives: The Knight And The Princess

The Knight And The Princess

I was reading this series over again, and I think I’ve got something here–what, I have no idea, but something.  But I like it, and I’d like to get some feedback on it. The Knight And The Princess–Introduction The Knight … Continue reading

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Mood and tone

While my writing on Cannibal Hearts is going very well at the moment, I am starting to worry about the tone of the novel, which is definitely getting darker as the book progresses. Catskinner’s Book, while full of violent and … Continue reading

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Notes From All Over

I’ve had kind of rough week, health-wise, a sinus issue that has left me tired and achy and out of sorts, and has cut my productivity.  The famous schizo-effective Saint Louis weather hasn’t helped.  (Monday: sunny and fair, Tuesday: blizzard, … Continue reading

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In The Barbwire Embrace Of A Wanton Muse

I want to write hard science fiction. Seriously.  When I was a kid my heroes were Robert Heinlein and Larry Niven and Arthur Clark and Issac Asimov.  I mean, okay, I’d read Ray Bradbury and Harlan Ellison and even Tanith Lee, but … Continue reading

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The Knight And The Princess–Introduction

I am old now, and my nights are like a stream bed in midsummer, rivulets of cool sleep trickling across an expanse of cracked dry mud. I close my eyes, and when I open them again it is still night. … Continue reading

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The Touch Of Crone Mellya

[This is the last section that I have written.  I am interested in getting feedback on the series so far.]   Breeding and resolve stiffened her spine, but could not strengthen her knees. Once inside the steamhouse she sank gratefully … Continue reading

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Descent To The Steamhouse

She’d expected the fear. She was surprised by the wonder. As the rough stone walls of Cairn Delve rose around her and funneled her into the rough stone buildings of Cairn Shant she clung close to the Knight and his … Continue reading

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