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Pure Blood

Just a reminder that you can download my first book for FREE here.

I am currently editing the second book to this series and hope to have it out by mid-year. The third book in the series is almost complete as well so keep an eye out for both this year!

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Posted by on February 18, 2016 in Pure Blood, Writing

 

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Pure Blood now available!

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Posted by on October 6, 2013 in Unknown to this World

 

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Five Shades of Blue

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How magnificent is the ocean. It never yields to people. It never gets destroyed physically by things. It is the epitome of power and grace. Calm one minute and crashing death the next. Beautiful sounds and smells, all created by the most abundant thing on the planet.

It does not care. It does not feel. It breathes with each recessing wave. It gives us peace as we go back to where we came from.

How magnificent is the ocean.

 
 

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An Audience of One

Happy C.V. moves the legs,

jumping sheep turn to waves.

Salty, sand-filled;

the mind is pregnant with a dreamless sleep,

The safety of an alloy friend.

interrupts the soft glow of the new year.

Drinking Jack,

watching God give light.

 
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Posted by on November 11, 2012 in Poetry, Writing

 

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Crusty Magnificence

My Japanese friend, Tomo (which means ‘friend’ in Japanese), visited me this week! We had a fantastic week where we didn’t sleep a lot but saw many beautiful things. We went to an island called Phillip Island. It can get quite crowded in the summer months with tourism, because the island is famous for wild penguins, but we went on a day that still had a chill in the air.

The island was charming, but the most magnificent part was a view that not many people visited. The Pinnacles. Ancient rock that crashed through the Earth’s crust millions of years ago stood against the brilliant cerulean sea> Even the grass on the hill we sat looked like we had stepped into a photoshopped picture. The colors could not have been more vivid.

I have not felt that at peace with nature and that inspired for a long time. Generally I get my inspiration from the forest or ocean, but this view took my breath away, quite literally. I don’t think I could have been any happier in that moment.

 
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Posted by on November 6, 2012 in Australia, Travel

 

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Dreams coming True

I was surprised yesterday with the most wonderful gift: the ocean. After telling me to meet him at a certain place at a particular time, I made my way by train to the unknown destination. While reading a good book, I noticed out of the corner of my eye the thing that I had been longing for all these months. The calm ocean pulled the train, teasing me to touch its frigid waters. When the train got to its last stop, I got off to feel the warm embrace of the man I love while the wind whipped around us. He smiled, his eyes full of surprises, and led me to the place I was hoping: the beach. We walked on the coarse sand and talked for hours, wanting only to be in that place, and I realized in that moment, that it is possible to have everything you always wanted.

Me sorprendi√≥ ayer con el regalo m√°s maravilloso: el oc√©ano. Despu√©s de decirme que lo encontrara en un lugar determinado en un momento determinado, me dirig√≠a en tren hacia el destino desconocido. Durante estoy leyendo un buen libro,¬†me di cuenta por el rabillo del ojo lo que yo hab√≠a estado esperando durante todos estos meses. El mar en calma sac√≥ el tren, burl√°ndose de m√≠ para tocar sus aguas fr√≠gidas. Cuando el tren lleg√≥ a su √ļltima parada, me baj√© a sentir el c√°lido abrazo del hombre que amo, mientras el viento azotaba a nuestro alrededor. √Čl sonri√≥, sus ojos llenos de sorpresas, y me llev√≥ al lugar que estaba esperando: la playa. Caminamos a la arena gruesa y hablamos durante horas, esperando s√≥lo para estar en ese lugar, y me di cuenta en ese momento, de que es posible tener todo lo que siempre quiso.

 
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Posted by on October 15, 2012 in Australia, Love, Travel, Writing

 

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