Originally posted on Lit World Interviews:
There is no harm in sticking with a good thing. Once you’ve written and published your book, that doesn’t mean that you have to forget the people who live in it forever, and move on to something totally brand new and original. You can write about them again. Maybe…

The Tale of Dracon and Anarion Jones   Anarion Jones, with her dark hair flying Walks Welsh mountainsides on tiptoe, As if she purely skims this Earth Yet never touches it.   Dreaming of flying, her long skirt rustling, like a flurry of autumn leaves She bathes in banks of daffodils Their sun-warmed scent like […]

AN UNUSUAL ENCOUNTER Some days are different from all other days. Other days, months, years seem to pivot on days like today. I was hungry, and I went dumpster-diving behind the local grocery store. And, suddenly, life ceased being normal. Next to the dumpster, stood a huge unicorn; his horn sparkling in the Colorado sun, […]

  Welcome to my new blog. A new approach for a new phase of life. I do hope you enjoy it and come visit often! A Mythical Menagerie. THE FIRST – AND MOST IMPORTANT – LESSON: Life, The Universe, And Everything.   Dragons are entities with the wisdom of eternity. Many of us may not […]

What Happened at the Stone Table? Just when I thought the true meaning of life couldn’t get any simpler, I wrote it in a haiku. Join us for RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #97 Magic&Glimmer