If archaeologists going through boxes in her parents' basement can be believed, Chris has been writing legible stories since being shown how to make letters. She began editing in school while "helping" with others' homework and the mental red pen never quits. (Not even ads are free of its glare.) She is an avid gamer (both tabletop and video), reader and writer outside of a day job as a pharmacy technician specialising in reports.
A collection of poetry from a Canadian wordsmith about a variety of topics from fantasy dreams to dark emotional depths.
Don't judge a book by its cover, but the cover shows more than it knows.
Surround yourself in a dust cover and hide it all away.
Life is a book but the ending never changes.
It's an old favourite, shoved back on the shelf gathering dust.
Next Year, Things Will Be Different
A collection of three unique short stories by three different authors.
Next Year by Tyramir Ross
Illusion Of Choice by John Biscarner
The Garbage Man's Boy by J.C. Sayer