Soul Corridor – Brendan and Cara

Brendan ascended the steep jagged stone steps to the top of the cavern. He stopped for a moment, glanced down toward the valley, still amazed at the journey he had embarked on. His adventure, though short-lived, gave credence to the stories his grandfather told him. The ancient-looking texts in his grandfather’s library wielded outlandish stories... Continue Reading →

Soul Corridor – Containment

The year 1738 Decimus walked through the dank corridor, careful not to stumble over the dead. The strong smell of iron from spilled blood churned his stomach. He saw his father, Cyrus, at the far entrance to the corridor. What sort of evil could cross the barrier to the corridor? Whose soul is this dark? Decimus, in... Continue Reading →

Brushstrokes And Shadows

For Bree, the lifestyle in New York City is like a person hyperventilating—there is never a moment of silence or rest. Bree’s boss forced her to take the two weeks of vacation she had earned. All she had to do was figure out where she wanted to go. Bree coiled her shoulder-length brown curls into... Continue Reading →

You’re Going To Love The Ride!

https://www.amazon.com/Stuck-That-Way-Other-Quandaries-ebook/dp/B088JT34CT?ref=pf_vv_at_pdctrvw_dp#customerReviews I write for Coffee House Writers and have enjoyed meeting many talented writers. One such writer is Julie Kusma, who is an amazing storyteller. I've recently had the pleasure of reading her latest short story collection. Many of the stories were first published on Coffee House Writers. I recommend this book to all readers... Continue Reading →

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