Hidden eggs have been found, re-hidden, found again. Chocolate has been unwrapped from its little foil wrappers and eaten and then the little foil wrappers have been painstakingly smoothed out for nonspecific future projects by Sophie (?!). Board games are currently being played, cutthroat Go Fish, high stakes Secret Door. Life is blooming, baby chicks at the feed store the other day, spring leaves everywhere outside, the creek and pond are full, it’s fifty degrees in the morning and eighty in the afternoon… winter is well and done!
upcoming book releases
Buy my books!
Creature of Dreams, now available on Amazon.
Children of the Fallen, now available on Amazon.
The haunted and talented children of the glorious and terrifying...
Toby Streams the Universe at amazon.
A psychic in the big city, trying to stay sane....
The Violin Maker's Wife at amazon.
Enchanted violins can be deadly....
A girl, her vampire, his demon...
You can also listen to the Conjuring Raine free podcast. Enjoy!
coming next: the restaurant bookThird draft. It's too long! Trying to trim just seems to make it longer!
a few greatest hits
- writing without pencil sharpening
- the 13 year visitation of the demon red-eyed cicada
- 2 stories, 1 joke, and a song
- unexpected benefit of living in a round house #27
- triple chocolate pudding goop, or, this way lies madness
- the yip-yips do not cause childhood obesity
- yurts: the downside
- screen time for fun and profit
- the emotional insanity of writing
- welcome to mayaland's virtual macabre crawfish feast of death!
- crafts for karma
- go, go, godzilla!
- happy birthday, sophie!
- the amazing emu
- butterfly house
- recycling other people's junk
- diggers watch tv, too
- bikini power vs. the ratty sweater
- the way of the bento
- bad things come in threes. or fours. (or maybe fives?)
- "Dusi's Wings" April, 2003. . . . "One thing fantasy can do for us is to give shape to the mysterious in the world; another is to make emotional yearning concrete. The early sections of "Dusi's Wings" do just that...there was a strong grasping towards the spiritual in fantasy here that was very promising, and I look forward to reading more by Lassiter." --review, Tangent Online.
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