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Mira Darkstorm - The Shethera Herder

"For the longest time, they've constantly fought as if they weren't father and son. Truthfully, it's tiring trying to keep a family together when they're bound and determined to fall apart at the seams." - Mira, the Shethera herder

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Fantasy & Magic Love Story

Chronicles of Zaloria is a novel series based on a Fantasy & Magic love story with Humanoid Wolves. The Varul society is based on a warrior's life with a sole king that rules over the entire realm. A mystical land where mortals are not allowed to set foot. This story spans the lives of the royal family with themes of life & death, friendship & love, and learning to accept that it's okay to be yourself.


Meet Acalia Itzchel. A young woman that seeks to find her place among her own clansmen. Despite her royal title of  'princess' she is seemingly blessed(or in her POV - cursed) with the appearance of a she-wolf. In Zaloria, the males appear like humanoid wolves while all the female Varul very much seem like humans. However, Acalia has wolf ears, tail, claws and fangs like the male warriors.

There's only one other that shares similar attributes as her and that's Acalia's grandmother. A former legendary heroine that is ostracized by all the clans.

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Below Book Review

The mysteries of the deep have always piqued a human's curiosity. Why not pen an oceanic thriller novel based on sea creatures that aren't sharks? Looking for a horror beach-read just in time for October? Perhaps, 'Below' is your kind of story.  Read on to find out if it truly is...

The Ideal Man Book Review

Julie Garwood steps away from a long line of successful historical romance stories to step into the competitive realm of romantic suspense. Does she deliver a home-run or is this foray into a new genre of complete boo-hissing miss? That depends on how much 'suspense' you truly want in a story. Read on to find out more...

Daughters Unto Devils Book Review

Who knew that Harlequin books dabbled in novels not related strictly to bodice ripping romance? Curiosity led me to picking up Amy Lukavics debut horror fiction, Daughters unto Devils and it surprisingly takes a reader along for a creepy ride.

Flash Fiction Mayhem

Prepare yourself, here are a handful of extremely brief snippets of fiction for your reading leisure.

Her adventure first began when she discovered her aunt's letters. A thin layer of dust covered a single image of a fae dancing in twilight.


Topping the news tonight, midwest farmers complain of massive chickenadoes devestating their farmland. Experts claim these odd events are creating a new type of fruit ---the cheepberry. "I highly suspect fowl play," said lead author Wendy May.

Todd scowled. "You couldn't have beat me in PVP, you're just a girl!"

Julia smirked. "Real skill isn't based on gender but hard work and daily practice. Next time, get on my level."

He threw his controller to the arena floor and stormed out.


"Eyes of sapphire blue; the lifeless color of the grave. The blood within her veins flows as if made of sheets of frigid ice. A single teardrop frozen upon her cheek. Run, if you may see her, run. Nothing good comes of …

X-Men Photoshops

Classic Angel Photoshop When Photo-shopping pictures was a cool trend on the net I tried my hand at making my own photo-manipulation artwork. Back then, I was heavily into all things related to Marvel's X-Men. Especially the early 90s cartoon with that guitar riff for an introduction.

Angel was one of the characters I liked but soley for the reason that he went out with Psylocke(telepathic ninja girl with a personality problem). At the time, an online friend had a birthday so I made him the above photomanip because Angel was actually his ultra favorite.

Long story short - I made this happily for a friend that later on turned out to be a fr-enemy.
Classic Jean Grey Photoshop
And here we have Jean Grey(telepathic telekinetic with boyfriend issues) in her classic uniform from that same era. You can see that I had trouble with the arm pieces but back then it was more about getting ideas out then actually being perfect at the art. It's still one of my favorite photoshops.

Poor Jea…