A Zombie Christmas: Better Late Than Undead (A Work in Progress)

I'm not sure where this one is going, but since it's been forever since I posted anything to my blog, I decided to give you a taste of what kind of stuff is rattling around in my head.  Enjoy!   She watched the snowflakes gently float to the ground, melting instantly as they touched the … Continue reading A Zombie Christmas: Better Late Than Undead (A Work in Progress)

Kai’s Inquisition: The Blight of Shaddowfall, Season 1, Episode 1

http://youtu.be/NZBBT1JxVp8 Published on Jun 30, 2014 Author: Tawn Krakowski Narrator: Tawn Krakowski Kai Amari embarks upon her first mission as an Inquisitor of Naderu, but what she discovers threatens everything she holds sacred. The only survivor of a ship swallowed by a sudden squall, Kai Amari was plucked from the Sevestrian Ocean by servants of … Continue reading Kai’s Inquisition: The Blight of Shaddowfall, Season 1, Episode 1

K is for Keraunophobia, The Fear of Lightning

          The wind had picked up in the last hour.  What was once a friendly ruffling of the boy's sandy, blonde hair quickly became an insistent tugging at his clothes, almost shoving him forward as he hiked back to camp, as if the gusts were imploring him to seek shelter.  As … Continue reading K is for Keraunophobia, The Fear of Lightning

M is for Merinthophobia, The Fear of Being Bound

"This is what you get for listening to your hormones," she growled to herself. Rolling her eyes, she loudly proclaimed in a mocking falsetto, "Oh, Astrid! It will be so romantic! Just follow that gorgeous, complete stranger to some god-forsaken jungle teeming with all manner of dangerous creatures, and I'm sure all of your most … Continue reading M is for Merinthophobia, The Fear of Being Bound

L is for Lysssophobia, The Fear of Rabies

"Ugh!  Get that filthy thing off the porch!"  Jessica squealed.  In one smooth motion, she hopped back behind Addie, and glared daggers at the small, furry creature scurrying about on the wooden deck.  As if realizing it had an audience, the beast turned, reared up on its hind legs, and peered sorrowfully at them through … Continue reading L is for Lysssophobia, The Fear of Rabies

J is for Judeophobia, The Fear of Jewish People

She crouched by the window, and separated the wooden blinds just enough to allow her to observe the man loitering at the end of her walk.  He didn't look like he was a Jew, but appearances were notoriously deceptive.  That's why they used to wear the star, so that there could be no question of … Continue reading J is for Judeophobia, The Fear of Jewish People

I is for Insectophobia, The Fear of Insects

"Hey Stan," the plump woman seated at the front desk called over her shoulder.  "I got a live one for ya.  200 East Elm.  The lady on the phone's practically hysterical, so you better get over there right away." "All right, Doris," Stanford Moye responded from the office with a weary sigh.  "I'll take the … Continue reading I is for Insectophobia, The Fear of Insects

H is for Hematophobia, The Fear of Blood

Please don't let there be blood.  Please don't let there be blood.  Please don't let there be blood.   Beatris Hammonds chanted the mantra in her head as she looked in dismay out her storm door at the child crying on her sidewalk.  She had seen the little boy fly headlong off his scooter when … Continue reading H is for Hematophobia, The Fear of Blood

G is for Gephydrophobia, The Fear of Crossing Bridges

Melody stopped short when she saw it, skidding her cruising bicycle to a halt.  "No.  No, no, no.  There's another way around, right?" Susan laughed, twisting around without stopping her forest green mountain bike to call to her friend.  "Come on.  It's just on the other side.  You have got to see this view." Melody … Continue reading G is for Gephydrophobia, The Fear of Crossing Bridges

F is for Felinophobia, The Fear of Cats

"There it is again," Aaron whispered to his friend, Joey.  "See it?  The stupid thing's just sitting there staring at us.  Throw a rock at it, Joe." "No.  You do it."  Joey was grateful that his voice didn't betray his jitters.  At least, he didn't think so.  Aaron probably wouldn't notice in any case, intent … Continue reading F is for Felinophobia, The Fear of Cats