Player Profile: Erik Bergstrom

Erik Bergstrom is a Swedish professional hockey player. He currently plays for the Pittsburgh Rockets of the IHA.


Writer’s Insights: The Writing Process

How does a writer write? It may seem like an odd sort of question, but it is one readers ask quite frequently.


All about Arubio

A Stranger Sort of Fairy Tale introduces us to some new places. Some of these places you may have already heard about, but others will be brand new. Arubio is one of those new places. So let’s discover a little more about it. Geography Arubio is located in the vast Kundalini Desert, not far from […]


Words Mean Things: Latino/a, Latin@, Latinx

A common problem with language is that it refuses to be gender-neutral. Many terms in English are inherently gendered: actress vs. actor, waitress vs. waiter, stewardess vs. steward, and so on and so forth.


Chapter 46: Idling [Slapshot!]

Fyodor paused, glancing up as the locker room door banged.


Chapter 45: Waking Nightmares [Slapshot!]

Mason glanced quickly at Dusty, then looked back at the phone.

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The Creatures of a Stranger Sort of Fairy Tale

One of the reasons I love the fantasy genre is because I get to play with all kinds of mythology and creatures. The world of A Stranger Sort of Fairy Tale is filled to the brim with different creatures and peoples, so let’s take a look at some of the oddities you’ll encounter.


Profile: Fyodor Nabokov

Fyodor Nabokov is a professional Russian hockey player currently playing in the IHA. He is signed to the Pittsburgh Rockets and is currently in the last year of a four-year contract.


Writer’s Insights: Why I Write about Mental Illness

In July 2017, Chester Bennington, one of the lead singers of the band Linkin Park, committed suicide.


Exploring the World of the Fey

One of my current projects is the first book in a new series. The first entry is A Stranger Sort of Fairy Tale (tentative for an early May pub date right now). I’ve had a lot of fun with this project since it’s allowed me to get back to some of my roots as a […]