art, fantasy

Story Prompt Sunday #4: D is for Dragon

Be they fire breathing, winged monsters, flightless wyrms, personification of evil, or venomous giant lizards, dragons feature in legends worldwide. I’m most interested in dragons as animals, whether real or imaginary. Real life reports of dragons sound very similar to the Komodo dragon, or giant snakes, and describe typical reptile traits such as continuing to… Continue reading Story Prompt Sunday #4: D is for Dragon

book review, fantasy, Rhonda Parrish, short story

Book Review: Forgotten Lore by Blanket Fort Writers

Rhonda Parrish runs a wonderful virtual hangout for writers and readers on Discord, called The Blanket Fort, and last year she and six other writers put together this anthology of short stories based on the theme of Forgotten Lore. MLD Curelas starts the anthology on a strong note with Nickel-Plated Demon. Ex-cop turned pawnshop owner,… Continue reading Book Review: Forgotten Lore by Blanket Fort Writers

book review, book tag, fiction, WWW Wednesday

WWW Wednesday

Thanks to Sam at Taking on a World of Words for hosting WWW Wednesday. To take part, simply answer these three questions: What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you think you’ll read next? Currently Reading The Cabinet of Dr. Leng by Douglas Preston and Lincoln ChildA direct follow… Continue reading WWW Wednesday

book review, horror, Mermaid, Rami Ungar, short story

Cressida by Rami Ungar

Into The Deep is a horror anthology filled with 11 stories that explore the terrors that lurk beyond the watery horizon. Included in the anthology is Cressida, by Rami Ungar. Mark Honig is worried about his only living relative, Uncle Jacob, when he casually mentions talking to his daughter Cressida during a telephone conversation with… Continue reading Cressida by Rami Ungar