The Lingering Effects of the “Kiss” of the Spider

Update on The Spider’s Kiss & Dream Interpretation Among my people, the spider is a sacred creature and is characterized many ways depending on tribe. Some believe the spider is Grandmother, a female deity who is powerful, enables growth, makes medicine and can be both benevolent or a trickster. Others call the spider Grandfather. Though […]

Poem: Dementia by Red Haircrow

DEMENTIA I have gone mad and shall die that way. I have felt the murderous legends move. Wild with misery, misery, misery, agonies of then, that time in the dark when passion and sin and brutality ruled the night: And took and took my soul, my life. This is the poem I wrote as a […]

Book Trailer: “The Agony of Joy” by Red Haircrow

Longer than many book trailers, at its current length of 5:34, it is more of a video description than a quick piece but representative of the type of novel “The Agony of Joy” is: of serious themes dealing with child sexual abuse, family rejection due to sexuality, anxiety and depression disorders and prescription drug over […]

The Romance Reviews “Year End Smash” November 1-28th! Lots of prizes and giveaways!

Many publishers and literally hundreds of authors are participating in this year end bash, including me! I’m donating 4 ebooks, winner’s choice of:   Night Shift Katrdeshtr’s Redemption A Lieutenant’s Love The Angel of Berlin   The Angel of Berlin was recently reviewed by author, Valentina Heart at The Romance Reviews and here are a […]

The Stories Old Photos Tell: Visualizing Your Characters in Writing

Out wandering one Sunday morning, having promised to take my son to the traditional weekend institutions in Germany, namely flea markets, we returned to one of our favorites in Berlin at Rathaus Steglitz. It’s my favorite because there’s a vendor specializing in old books, postcards, letters and photos. I can literally take hours going through […]