*warning – the following contains spoilers from the first three Dexter novels. Given that the novels have been out for some time and the television show is entering its 6th season, I doubt these spoilers will negatively impact your enjoyment of either. Still, you’ve been warned. ;)*
Driving Mr. Dexter
Dexter Morgan. Forensic blood spatter analyst and friendly neighborhood serial killer.
What’s that you say? Friendly and serial killer in the same sentence? Indeed.
See, Dexter isn’t your average homicidal maniac. Oh no. Dexter is a cut above all the rest. Because Dexter only kills people who really, really deserve it. Continue reading “Driving Mr. Dexter – Dexter Morgan, Part 1”
Here’s my piece for the July Writing Challenge – Moonstruck…
“Gather, children,” the old one said. “I shall tell you how Moon King learned to dance.
“Long ago, there was only all-light when Moon King brooded in the sky. And all-dark when he walked the earth, searching for something to fill the great emptiness inside him. He looked but did not see, for he looked only into that emptiness….”
The girl stood at cliff’s edge. Arms outstretched. Looking down.
The sea beckoned her. Crashing against the rocks. Hungry for her blood. Continue reading “Moon Dance (a 500-word story)”
Here, at long last, is my entry for Eric Swett’s March Writer’s Challenge, in the short fiction division:
In the garden beside the ancient tree. Twisted limbs stretching out towards the stars. All is silent and still, shrouded in white. The stars beckon overhead, calling Sa’renna in the Dreamers’ language, older than the world, as old as time itself. Continue reading “The Moon-Blessed (A Short Story)”