Author has written 6 stories for Supernatural, Politics, Essay, and Fantasy.
Okay, so I'm going to try working on two stories at once, since my focus and interests seem to shift pretty quickly between the two right now. The pieces I'll be working on are:
Postmodern Magics: A dark urban fantasy that focuses on Lena, a girl with some very surprising budding magical powers, and Samuel, the enigmatic and seemingly ageless sorcerer who becomes her teacher in the magical arts. However, Lena has several other teachers as well, because another focus of the story is a prevailing conflict between old, more arcane and traditional forms of magic and new, modern and post-modern forms of magic that are being used by city dwellers who have lost their connections with the old magics. Postmodern Magics is rated M for strong language, nudity, sexual content, but mostly for violence and gore.
Coyote Moon: While this one is also urban fantasy, it's a little more character driven and the setting is very different from Postmodern Magics. This is the story of Casey, who was raised to hunt down supernatural creatures like vampires and werewolves, only to find himself a werewolf after he's brutally attacked by a group of werewolves out for revenge. Although his life is spared when he makes a deal with an old man claiming to be Coyote, an ancient creator and trickster god, Casey quickly finds out that his bargain has a high price, as he begins changing into one of the creatures he once hunted. Coyote Moon is structured more as a serial than as a novel. It will be composed of different episodes or parts that are all related and build upon one another. Coyote Moon is currently rated T for some violence, a little bit of sexuality, some nudity, and strong language.
Anything else besides these two stories is either finished or currently on indefinite hiatus.
I don't have a set schedule for updating either story, just think of it as a present or a happy surprise whenever a new chapter comes out!
Can't think of much else to say. More coming later...maybe...
Reviewing Policy: I have been called a mean reviewer because I call people on grammar, spelling and sentence and paragraph structure issues. I don't want to be mean but I think that almost all criticism is constructive and will help anyone improve (since there is always room for improvement). I also call people on it when I think they're using harmful content (especially domestic and sexual abuse) in negligent ways or as an easy plot twist. These are serious crimes and deserve to be treated as such. I will review anyone's work (you usually have to ask though because I'm to spacey to remember on my own all the time) but I don't promise it will be a glowing review you can show your mom and hang up on the fridge. I'm not a hypocrite either, I welcome constructive criticism.