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June 16, 2019

Running down the inside of Hulk's arm was a large tattoo. It was a brilliant pink flower with pointed leaves and a vine-like stem curling toward the sweaty tendon and generous muscles. It was ‘the flower that started the war.’

I flicked a finger at the image. “Guess whe...

December 30, 2018

At the obstacle course, three dozen mud-brown soldiers waited in lines for their turn on the ten-leg [30-foot] ladder-climbing wall. Worn faces and narrowed eyes looked our way. It was 0823, and this crew had been at it since five-zero hours. Under the shelter, the pil...

January 31, 2018

This rough-draft piece is from my forthcoming "Destruction," sequel to "Endgame." It takes place during a (failed) mission where heroine June Vereeth and cohorts are looking for a crashed ship atop fogged-in, 3000-ft. rock towers on Zycarsus. The rock creates an extrem...

July 14, 2017

The survival story of "Endgame," and all of the Woman At War series, is set to the backdrop of the Great War between the diverse Trieste Union and the Mitasterite Empire. While it mirrors large aspects of World War 2, the narrative called for a little creativity. Even...

July 12, 2017

Why start a story with a horrific blast? Why not put it at the end, with lots of dramatic build-up to ka-blammo?

This is the most challenging question I imagine coming from a prospective agent for "Endgame." It's also the easiest to answer.

Set early in an inter-planetar...

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