Clawthorn Chapter 12

"They fled into the forest with only what they had strapped to their backs. No one knows how long they had been running, or from who or what. The stories only say that they collapsed into the hollowed trunk of a tree far enough into the forest that they were certain not to be seen... Continue Reading →


Clawthorn Chapter 11

What do you know of forgiveness?" Her tongue slithers out as she speaks. "What do you know of the weight of adult decisions?" I lie down on the floor and stare at her as she tries to wobble her self into a better position. The weight of a human head must be hard for her... Continue Reading →

Clawthorn Chapter 10

Sharp pain penetrates my upper left leg. I swipe at the guard closest to me, throwing him into Alfred's side. I lunge for another guard, and that is when I notice the odd feeling overtaking my body. I stumble and fall. My vision dims. I know nothing else. I awake to find myself in a... Continue Reading →

Clawthorn Chapter 9

I press down the urge to lick his face. Stupid animal responses. I hope that my glare adequately portrays my desire to bite him instead. The corner of his mouth twitches a bit, and his tail slides across the dirt. "Where are you hurt?" "I am already healing." "Good." I circle him and sniff his... Continue Reading →

Clawthorn: How It Happened

The bad part about releasing a story like this is that there is a lot of change and tweaking after the first draft.  Below is actually the very first bit of Clawthorn I wrote, but it wasn't until I set it aside and focused on Odette first that the story started coming along.  I don't... Continue Reading →

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