Next Week, the Valkyries Fly

Herja, Devastation The eBook comes out next week, the paperback later in the month. The legend of Valkyrie breathes, as Herja, Devastation, once wronged, aims her mortal agent at her enemies. This is the man who bears the tale of vengeance in service to a higher, eminently more noble being. He is her assassin and … Continue reading Next Week, the Valkyries Fly


That's the Fandango's Flash Fiction Challenge moniker. Slipping Away Regrets, I've had not many, or too many, but time has slipped its leash and the end is nigh. How do I know? Look at that thing, just look at it. Last night, it was hope, today it is certainty. Time is up, time is gone, … Continue reading FFFC

(PAD #046) not fly (the eagle)

… Words are beyond my reach … why are humans so cruel?

Frank Prem Poetry

they have killed
the eagles

cannot fly

where there should be
simple majesty

the ground
is a feather
and a bone

no more
the eagle

no more kite

no more the freedom
can not


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Diaballein, an Excerpt

Approx. 2k words ... due for publication Friday 30 August 2019 (in eBook; paperback to follow in September): 1. The ghost gums didn’t respond to the movement in the ground. They retained stillness, leaves held tight. Not a branch cracked, nor a twig dropped, not a single exhalation of breath escaped the stomata. The … Continue reading Diaballein, an Excerpt

Cover Reveal: Diaballein

Blurb: Kano Varre, esteemed researcher, seeks a rare mineral — but finds his nightmares come to life. Eyza Heran returns to Lake Eyre for the annual bird-count and silent contemplation — but hallucinations of talking birds have her packing to go home. After millennia trapped in time, the Diaballein breaks free of the confines and … Continue reading Cover Reveal: Diaballein

What Makes a Happy Storyteller?

Reviews. Especially from people the writer respects and values as professional and sincere, a person with integrity, someone who helps and advises with flair and honesty. Why am I waffling on? Let me fill you in: It was the year 2017. I wrote a quick story during NaNoWriMo and self-published it. The story didn't turn … Continue reading What Makes a Happy Storyteller?