You’d think as a former programmer, I’d be able to do WordPress easily. But having a strict GUI is hard for me, and it seems I’ve lost a few pages. But I’m chill. I’ll slowly add things back. I’ve been working on some prequels before starting a big edit. Look …
As I get betas and queries ready, here is a drawing of Bird. A hurt shoulder has put a dent in my illustrating productivity. But getting much better!
Bird and Red – opposites attract but do they stay together.
People called him “HaHa” because he laughed easily and often, even when there was nothing but misery around them.
Bird had combed back the mass of dark waves on his head. During training, he wore silly things like wraps and ties when it was longer.
When he first appeared before me, he was just one little orphan among thousands of street children. So much smaller, but not as hungry and without a look of desperation. You know that look, I’m sure.
Although he was an elderly man of unknown age, he might have been described as elegantly attractive. However, a vital component of his face was missing: his left eye. An elaborate golden brass frame held a prosthetic ball that trembled like the yellow of a dropped egg.
A chapter excerpt of my novel is published in the February 2022 issue of The Write Launch! CHECK IT OUT (no real spoilers, hope it entices you to want more!)