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Since December 14, 2015
20 Community Recognitions
Took me ten months to actually get here! There's a lesson to learn from procrastination, but not now. I suppose I should tell you something about myself. I'm a writer, a painter, a dreamer, museum curator, collector and a fan of history, animals, reenacting, reading, fossil hunting, vintage clothing, steampunk, classical music, and weird stuff--- if I had money I would be eccentric, but right now I am only crazy. At the other end of the aether here I live in a house crammed with goodies, co-habitating with a dog, 4 cats, 7 turtles, and my imagination. Pleased to meet you-- Cheers!
    Rated: 13+ · Contest Entry · #2098501
    Devastated by the Blight, humanity is rotting away. And then there's that contract.....
    Rated: GC · Paranormal · #2098017
    After two strangers meet and part, the memory will never die. Did I mention 'werewolf'?
    Rated: E · Dark · #2097839
    An old timer shares a tale and some philosophy with his tavern cronies. Just for fun!
    Rated: E · Steampunk · #2097687
    In the barren Ashlands, the automaton Tommy Coggins hopes for a future and a friend.
    Rated: 18+ · Horror/Scary · #2097639
    The death of a police inspector begins a battle between the living and the Undead.
    Rated: E · History · #2097578
    The strange and tragic death of Mabel Douglass, First Dean of NJ Women's College.
    Rated: XGC · Supernatural · #2097547
    Damned for their love, they chose eternity together. Vampire erotica.
    Rated: 13+ · Steampunk · #2097461
    Introduction of Deacon Ryce, a dangerous man in the steampunk tale Ashlands, a WIP.
    Rated: E · Contest Entry · #2098359
    True love knows no bounds!
    Rated: E · Contest Entry · #2098141
    The annual Halloween obsession strikes! Written for Writer's Cramp Contest entry.
    Rated: 13+ · Contest Entry · #2100843
    Being a collection of very badly written poems for The Spam Contest 2016
    Rated: E · Contest Entry · #2099368
    A bit of 18th century NJ folklore, seen through kinder eyes. And romance, too!
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