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A Writer’s Journey

Moving My Operations To Deep Space

Having self-published six novels over roughly twenty years, while trying valiantly and with mixed success to market them, I’m tempted to call it a “…Moving My Operations To Deep Space

My Story in a new anthology!!

Song of the Siren, a Dragon Soul Press Anthology Just got my story Beneath the Prismed Light accepted by Dragon Soul Press! I am over the moon 🌝 Stay tuned for presale information.

Hellbound Hiatus – A Gods vs. Man Short Story

If you were a giant god sentenced to eternal torture, how would you entertain yourself during your vacation? Artwork by Hugo Puzzuoli Hellbound …Hellbound Hiatus – A Gods vs. Man Short Story

Isa Loves my Pod People…

Sam and Priss are super loveable Pod People… more stories for them in the works. Don’t you love Isa’s fairy wings?!! Find it on Amazon with bonus … Isa Loves my Pod People… My first published story! Other than self… 💙💙💙 Isa still loves it! 🥰💙💙💙

Apocalyptic Pressures

Artwork by Kael Ngu I don’t know about you all, but I’m feeling it, Conquest, War, Famine, Death. We’ve seen every form of the hammer coming down on …Apocalyptic Pressures

My Creator Spotlight – Inspiration for Me, and for You!

You can’t help but be motivated after meeting creators like you and learning what motivated them through the ups and the downs of their journeys. The year is flying! I can’t believe I’ve already had two amazing guests drop by. If you haven’t met Madeline or Isa yet, visit their posts for inspiration and two…

Hellbound Hiatus – A Gods vs. Man Short Story

If you were a giant god sentenced to eternal torture, how would you entertain yourself during your vacation? Hellbound Hiatus By D. L. Lewellyn Tityus gave only half a thought to punching the obnoxious birds in their wrinkled bald faces because doing so was an act of futility. He knew this because he’d done it…

Views From My Place

I often talk about the inspiring setting in which I live that plays a huge role in my stories. Yesterday offered particularly spectacular scenes, … Views From My Place Frozen Still

Sunday Spotlight! With Fantasy Writer Isa Ottoni

Originally posted on By D. L. Lewellyn: After all is said and done, 2022 turned out to be a great year because that’s when I got involved with the …Sunday Spotlight! With Fantasy Writer Isa Ottoni

Sunday Spotlight! With Fantasy Writer Isa Ottoni

After all is said and done, 2022 turned out to be a great year because that’s when I got involved with the Fantasy Sci Fi Writers Alliance (“Alliance”) and met you and many other wonderful hard working creators offering invaluable support, and so many resources.  And you published a fantastic story with Funemployment Press. We’ll…

Commaful – Have You Tried this Story Telling Platform?

Commaful allows authors to tell their stories with pictures. You get a square space for an image and room to put a sentence per page. The story basically advances line by line. You can use this for Fanfiction, Poetry, Flash Fiction and Short Stories. It can be a suspense story, romance, or comedy. The sky…

My 250-Word Bomb

As In It Didn’t Even Make it Through the First Round of a Micro Fiction Competition So, I’m just releasing my thoughts about this into words. Thanks for allowing me to indulging in this exercise with you. At the very least, it has been a huge learning experience participating in the NYC Midnight writing challenges.…

My Pod People Went on Vacation this Weekend.

A Little Harry Potter Themed Inspiration for my Pod People This Week in a WIP Warrior FB Challenge! So what did I do instead of write? I stitched. I have been writing nearly every day for a year and a half. But I once enjoyed other crafts before the… My Pod People Went on Vacation…

A Civilization Buried | Pompeii: Witnessed By Pliny the Younger

Sharing – A Great Post About A Blogger Out of History “You could hear the shrieks of women, the wailing of infants, and the shouting of men; some were calling their parents, others their children or … A Civilization Buried | Pompeii: Witnessed By Pliny the Younger

A Little Cannibal Comedy, Anyone?

I dare you to ride along with the masked passengers and their eerie pilot in this story that came from a random prompt in a genre you don’t get …A Little Cannibal Comedy, Anyone?

My Pod People Seeded in My Brain by Aliens are Starting to Reproduce!

Okay… so it’s not as scary as it sounds… It’s just the way my new year is shaping up. I’m talking about my expanding world of developing characters, and if I’m honest, it feels closer to being invaded by a litter of 99 Dalmatian puppies frolicking and vying for a standout place in my stories…

Change With Me, My Love – A Dystopian Fantasy Love Story

A lonely man in a dying world seizes a chance at happiness with a mythical being. Grab a cup of tea and settle in with your favorite snuggly blanket for an eight minute story that feels like getting lost in a novel. While you’re there, I would love to know what you think. Click on…

Escape into a Solstice Lore Fantasy During a Dark Winter

Enjoy a fantasy short story set in a parallel realm during the winter solstice. Meet Ray Jensen, husband, father and physicist, who disappears into an experiment and ends up in a place where his ideas about science and logic are turned upside down. Despite the fantastical world, the questions piquing his scientific curiosity, and his…

Announcing my March Guest, Filmmaker Graham Streeter

Happy New Year! Here’s to an amazing year of new possibilities, meeting creative goals, and cherishing the quiet moments. One of my goals is to continue with my Creator Spotlight feature, and bring you one or even two guests a month where we chat about a day in the life of a creator. Click here…

A Little Cannibal Comedy, Anyone?

I dare you to ride along with the masked passengers and their eerie pilot in this story that came from a random prompt in a genre you don’t get …A Little Cannibal Comedy, Anyone?

Browsing Vocal Media for Engaging Short Stories?

I’m there. I would love you to stop by and check out my growing and eclectic set of short stories. Fantasy fiction, an adult fairy tale, a romance triangle with a twist, a pair of aquarium fish who witness murdering mayhem, a historical fiction tale of a pioneering aeronaut, and even a cannibal comedy with…

An End at Barfleur – A Short Story

Originally posted on By D. L. Lewellyn: This story is a single journal entry in Book One, Ursus Borealis, in The Starlight Chronicles series. I found…An End at Barfleur – A Short Story

A Leap Through the Elder Oak, The Conclusion

A Leap Through the Elder Oak, Conclusion Once again, Ray found himself dodging arrows as he leapt over fallen trees and ducked behind live ones. Tsealie would say it was a miracle he hadn’t been poked full of holes long before now. The elves were lethal with their uncanny aim and inhuman strength that sent…

A Leap Through the Elder Oak, Part Three

A Leap Through the Elder Oak, Part Three The six-foot four human had given up applying science to the phenomenon of his two-foot-high companion covering distances faster than him, while appearing to stroll. His efforts these days went to keeping pace with the being who barely topped his knee. He was used to the strangeness…

A Leap Through the Elder Oak, Part Two

A Leap Through the Elder Oak, Part Two The gnome stopped walking and spoke in his stern elder voice, gripping his staff hard enough to make the faceted sapphire cast its prisms over the tunnel. “You must have risked capture more than usual today, Raymond, to be the benefactor of so much information. You will want…

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