Can mice serve tea?
Can birds sing tributes?
Can forests be enchanted and alive?
Is Willamina Wildemore losing her mind or is there something else going on?
Will you join me in finding out?
My latest novelette “For the Love of Wild Things” has been published by Metaphorosis Magazine and is available to read and listen to, yes listen! for free through the links below.
“I welled up so many times; an inspirational short story that’s both deeply emotional, curiously magical, environmentally important.”
“It’s so so so beautiful. If you love enchanted forests, animal rescue, fabulist literature, and meaningful reads, ‘For the Love of Wild Things’ is an absolute, hands down must read.”
Here’s a quick video teaser or just skip to the links and get reading or listening:
Or Go HERE and start your enchanted forest journey.
When you’ve finished reading or listening, come on back and let me know what you think.
Soon, I’ll release a work-in-progress excerpt from the next ShadowLight – raw and unedited, so stay tuned.
And colorists, I haven’t forgotten you. Forest dryads portraits and elves are in the works. Make sure you’re signed up below to stay up-to-date with releases.
Once again, I’d love to know what you thought so don’t be shy. I’d also love to hear what you think about food forestry, nature spirits, and wildlife rescue—just a few of my fascinations. Let’s have a conversation. Comment away. Or email me. ?
As always, I hope you have a magical day.
It’s a little early for this announcement; there’s still so much to figure out, but here’s a heads-up.
Something magical is in the works.
A culmination of everything I’ve been working on for over a year. I can’t say what it is just now, but it’s intended to be an ongoing release project, free, enchanted, and for readers and art lovers alike. When I’m closer to the first release, I’ll let you know so make sure you’re on my mailing list for updates. You won’t want to miss this. ?
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If Angels Whisper, an emotional, heartfelt short story (approx. 10,000 words) with fantasy realism and spiritual elements.
“Warmhearted, motivational, inspirational. This ethereal story will give your heart wings.”
There’s always been something wrong with me but I’m not sure what. I’ve had daydreams of angels since I was a child, specifically a guardian angel to rescue me from my addicted mom, non-existent father, and friendless existence. But now odd events are happening. Like visitations from a robin, visions I can’t explain, and an out-of-body experience—if that’s what it really was. I’m starting to question everything. What secrets have my parents been keeping? Who am I, really? And could I be worthy of love in more ways than I ever imagined?