Tag Archives: death

Fear

(This is an old poem that I posted back in 2014 and wrote even early than that.  Figure I’d put it back up considering the theme.) The darkest depths of the mind are my playgrounds I am omnipotent Spiders, heights, … Continue reading

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The Reaper Visits Windemere: Character Deaths

Little did those red shirts know, they were standing in front of the airlock instead of the elevator.  Oops! Seriously though, character deaths have been a phantom looming over my head since the beginning of Legends of Windemere.  Due to the plot … Continue reading

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Rebirth of the Internal Phoenix

 It starts with an ember That one does not snuff out A glimmer in a dream A whimsy when bored A thought beyond the tedium Signs that something A spark is stirring once again Nurturing the spark Raising it into … Continue reading

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Now Available: Cursed by the Fountain of Youth by Holly Kelly #fantasy #horror

We’re so thrilled to announce that Cursed by the Fountain of Youth is now available!!! This has been a year in the making. With a blend of true history and legends, you’ll be shocked and thrilled to see the history … Continue reading

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A Tradition in Fiction: Killing Parents

First, I know there are exceptions to the above meme like ‘Brave’ and ‘Peter Pan’.  That’s not the point here. A recent thought crossed my mind and led me to look at the parentage of the champions.  I have 2 … Continue reading

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Night of the Ghost Dance

Starry skies are set abuzz Killing all but a lonely echo Evil rises in moonlight dim Leaving their shadowy tomb Ears of vapor listen for the concert To tell them when to dance Once it starts, the dance is endless … Continue reading

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When a Fictional Fight Gets Bloody

I recently finished writing a scene where two characters have their final showdown.  It’s a very brutal fight with broken bones, punctured organs, bleeding, and a wonder that both of them didn’t die.  The reason it came to this is … Continue reading

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