Winter Kill – Epilogue

Ohmygosh!!! I can’t believe that I am about to finish this story. I started it on May 31st, 2019 and didn’t expect it to last as long as it did and become the story that it did!!! Thank you to all the bloggers who allowed me to use them as characters. It made writing theContinue reading “Winter Kill – Epilogue”

Winter Kill – Chapter Twenty-Five

Welcome to all my new followers! Stone raised his hands and stumbled backwards, as if shocked and petrified. The guards instantly snapped their guns to attention. As he held out his hands in a placating manner, he studied their armour. Can’t penetrate with bullets or lasers, he realized. There’s only one option. “Please…” and heContinue reading “Winter Kill – Chapter Twenty-Five”

Like A Virus

I am working on the next chapter of Winter Kill, but saw this prompt, so thought I’d do it. Here’s the prompt: Your challenge today, should you accept it, is to explore your teenager and write your best Young Adult tale and see where it leads…or whatever/wherever the picture takes you. There are no word limits orContinue reading “Like A Virus”

Winter Kill – Chapter Twenty-Four

“Alright, you guys can get up now,” Britchy‘s voice came over the comms. Bond tentatively raised his head and saw blood, guts, and aliens strewn everywhere and he heard the sound of potshots being taken somewhere behind him and Racquel. Hearing coughing next to him, he turned and saw Racquel wiping dust and dirt offContinue reading “Winter Kill – Chapter Twenty-Four”

Winter Kill – Chapter Twenty-Three

Ver’thad and Winter were led into a large, oval room that was intricately painted with images of space and the aliens solar system. Wow, Ver’thad couldn’t help but silently compliment it. It was pretty stunning. “Impressed?” a voice said behind them – and in English. Ver’thad mentally frowned as he turned around. Do these creaturesContinue reading “Winter Kill – Chapter Twenty-Three”

Winter Kill – Chapter Twenty-two

Welcome to all my new followers and I hope you all enjoy this new chapter! ENKTIR LIWL Ver’thad was led by the aliens to a large building and one of their escorts turned and said something to them in the aliens native language. He then turned to Winter and translated what the creature had said.Continue reading “Winter Kill – Chapter Twenty-two”

Dear Mother

I will post Winter Kill, but I’m currently writing the climax, and want to make sure that I get it right. So, instead, I’ll be treating you to another one of Teresa’s Writing Prompts! Anywhere, here’s the prompt: Your challenge today, should you accept it, is to explore infinity. Write your take on the ScienceContinue reading “Dear Mother”

Inside Your Mind

I decided to take up Teresa’s writing prompt, which you can check out here: https://maplesswanderer.wordpress.com/2020/01/03/daily-writing-prompt-3/ The prompt: Your challenge today, should you accept it, is to explore the future and the possibility of mind swapping. Write your take on the science fiction subgenre of Mind Transfer and see where it leads…or whatever/wherever the prompt takesContinue reading “Inside Your Mind”

This is Goodbye

That’s how I feel right now writing this announcement. But, as Winnie the Pooh wisely says: But as another quote points out: “Don’t cry because it’s over. Smile because it happened.” So, with that in mind, I now have the strength to say Goodbye to the Zion trilogy. I have published the LAST book inContinue reading “This is Goodbye”

Winter Kill – Chapter Eighteen

There will be some mentions of the blogger Racquel’s past (or more her education) in this chapter that will be necessary for the story. I want to stress that as far as I’m aware IT’S COMPLETELY FICTITIOUS!!! I made it up because it’s necessary for the storyline. Racquel, I would’ve asked you, but you’ve been offContinue reading “Winter Kill – Chapter Eighteen”

Winter Kill – Chapter Sixteen

Here I am with another chapter of Winter Kill – finally. Hope you enjoy this chapter! On with the story! Ver’thad stooped down and squinted at one of the many computer’s that surrounded him. Good, he thought. Everyone’s there. He frowned as his eyes locked on Mooney, who was just starting to stir, along withContinue reading “Winter Kill – Chapter Sixteen”