Opening her tired, heavy eyes, she took in the view of the ceiling. He told her that he loved her without any prompting. Did he really mean it? Maybe. All she knew was that her brain was in overdrive trying to figure out a more ideal scenario and her heart was unwilling to to be […]
This was something I really had to pray about earlier today. Sometimes it is difficult to stay positive when life’s troubles and responsibilities are staring you in the face. I mean, having more bills than money; wondering if you’re going to be able to meet your obligations. It’s overwhelming.
From the book Sunlight, Coffee and Roses: Beads of sweat rolled down the side of her face and instantly cooled her when the crisp autumn breeze kissed her face. It was the first day of Autumn. The season of her birth as unpredictable as she was, when the weather would some days mimic summer and […]
An excerpt (a very rough draft) from my book Drive: No Mirrors, No Looking Back She would not let panic set in. Not yet. The lines were out to the streets, blocking traffic. If she could get in, she’d probably need a push to finally get her to a pump. To stop or not? […]
I’ve chosen to take a more difficult road, forgoing selling my books through the major retailers and selling them directly instead. It is for both financial and personal reasons I have chosen to do this. For one, I want to have as much creative control over my work as possible. Secondly, I’d like to have […]
As the title suggests, Blended Ink is a collection of erotic stories by three different authors, each one with their own distinctive style. Each story has an element of eroticism and drama.
An excerpt from the novella Reflection in the Music: “It needs just a tad more garlic, I think,” Pea said when she tasted filling for Omar’s stuffed pasta shells. “I can definitely see where you’re going with this, but there’s still a couple of elements missing for it to really be what I’m guessing […]
Well, it seems only fitting to announce the release of two completed projects during the month that I officially began my literary pursuit…
“Have you noticed that sales associate following us? She’s been watching us the entire time we’ve been in here,” the shorter one whispered to the taller one on their way to the cashier to purchase their dresses.
When I’m broken down into shades and layers, you never know what you may find…