SJ Reads: Courtney Crumrin and the Night Things

  So since September is my birthday month (I will take your adulations in the form of praise, reviews, and other related worship), this month’s SJ reads will cover stories that have really reached up through the nostrils and grabbed me by the soul. Today, we look at the Courtney Crumrin series by Ted Naifeh. … More SJ Reads: Courtney Crumrin and the Night Things

Juniper Grove Presents: Serena’s Fall by MK Smith

So after an…interesting weekend (more on that later, when I can type a little easier – long, long story), I’m back with a book for you! We all know I’m a sucker for an interesting urban fantasy, and this looks like an amazing one! Title:   Serena’s Fall Author:   MK Smith Published:  August 4th, 2015 Publisher: … More Juniper Grove Presents: Serena’s Fall by MK Smith

Prose: The Transition

Another quirky, open-ended little piece that I really like. I draw a lot of inspiration from Brian Froud when I’m out walking and when I’m collecting images. I love imagining where roads and paths may lead and what other purposes they might have. I’ve gotten some great ideas from this practice, and for whatever reason … More Prose: The Transition

Prose: Payment

I’m sure I’ve probably posted this one before, but I like it, and it keeps with the faerie theme that’s been on my mind this week. This one is also from Lost in the Shadows, but before that it originated on my deviantart account (that I haven’t updated in ten thousand  years).  I like to … More Prose: Payment

Holly and Ivy

So I do enjoy holiday fiction. I love reading it and I might, just MIGHT have a soft spot for Christmas chick lit and romances (Shut up. It’s December stress). I also love writing holiday fiction. Now, some of this can get…fascinating, especially the pieces that are in Lost in the Shadows. Candles is a story … More Holly and Ivy