Short post today. After work travel last week—and catching up from work travel this week—I don’t have much of a progress update.
Faces flash before me. The world is a blur. All the colors melt into each other.
The first thing I noticed? Her eyes. Round and dark. Mysterious. Continue reading “Lost Love”
It’s a safe bet your favorite books, TV shows, and movies all have characters that you love—or love to hate. The storylines might be thrilling, poignant, or funny, but a great story usually fails without characters to root for. Or to loathe.
The padlock clicks shut. He doesn’t say a word. Stands and stares down at me, eyes marbled with cracks of red. He’s well over six feet, probably two hundred thirty pounds. There’s an unexpected tenderness to him. Continue reading “Restraint”
Where do your favorite books take place? A manor in Victorian England? The gritty back alleys of 1920’s New York City? A futuristic bus stop bathroom in Delaware?