I'm an industrial electrician and aspiring writer from California's Central Valley. Not only have I had stories featured in the anthology "Different Worlds, Different Skins" and the Anthro Dreams Podcast but I'm also the founder of the Furry Writers' Guild, a site dedicated to promoting and improving the writers and writing of anthropomorphic fiction.
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- The Blade to Your Hand
on Dec. 23, 2010
A tale of blades, blood, and a budding romance that pulls you in and does want to let go. Set in a world of anthropomorphic animals, it's a beautifully written short story that captivates you with its poetic narrative and wonderful dialogue. This tale of love between a strong-minded princess and a hardened female pirate longing for a better life begs to be expanded on.
- Real Dragons Don't Wear Sweaters
on June 03, 2011
A witty, charming tale about a witch's tiny pet dragon who leaves his comfortable home with the hopes of becoming a large, fire-breathing, real dragon. Along the way, he gets a little help from a young, modern day witch in training who uses an iPod instead of a wand to cast her spells. As with all of Renee's stories, her words flow with poetic grace and her excellent, rich storytelling breathes new life into the fantasy genre. An entertaining, must read for people of all ages.
- Six Impossible Things
on June 12, 2012
Stellar in every way, it's a crime that Renee isn't charging for these stories. Each one is vibrant and beautiful, emotional, whimsical and funny. The stories include "Childish Things" about a new father visited by his childhood imaginary friend when his newborn daughter is struggling in a hospital. "Moon, June, Raccoon", a story about a young woman desperately seeking love and how an attempt at magic brings her a witty raccoon matchmaker. And "Swear Not by the Moon" which examines a father and son relationship and having to deal with the fact that everyone grows old and dies--even werewolves. A fantastic collection everyone should read.