Vance heads out on his run, but no delivery comes without surprises, and this is no exception.
A courier has his breakfast interrupted when a friend goes missing on a far flung space station.
The day began and ended with heat. They huddled in their claimed kingdom, a gray structure that stored the source of their survival.
The new law cradled in her hand, red, thin, light.
You never take the right path through the woods, particularly after a blood moon.
They always came out after the parties. After the music stopped but the masks were still on, when the guests scattered into the hushed streets to forget the hours that'd just passed.
Grim Tide, the latest Sever Squad book (and its second-to-last), now has a print edition up on Amazon. If you were waiting for the paperback, here it is.
Hunkering down in a disaster, it turns out, can bring you closer.
Sever Squad started as a simple adventure, it grew into a story I loved to write.
I wrote Oratus selfishly, because I wanted to see, to experience what an Oratus feels as its set on its life-defining quest to earn a name, or die trying.
There's a fast-moving fun to spinning up a shorter work like The Spear, because we're not concerning ourselves with giant implications.
The Farthest Star came together by leaning on what I've learned over the past decade writing stories.