Wednesday, May 30, 2012

In All Your Ways


Storm Moon Press is making me a gorgeous cover for the pdf release of this.  It's available through their website and it's totally free.  Free!  Yay for free awesome!  The link is just below.

Good morning!

My goodreads story In All Your Ways is up today.  Go read and tell me what you think!  Here's the prompt and details, to entice you.

Find it here:

PHOTO DESCRIPTION: A nude angel with white wings kneeling before another man, only seen from the chest down, armed with a katana


Dear Author,

One angel, one demon. Ancient enemies. Lifetimes of yearning. For millennia the demon Renat has loved the angel Emiel from afar. One kiss was all they ever shared, ages and ages ago. When Emiel is captured and imprisoned in Hell, Renat knows he will risk anything to rescue Emiel and return him to Heaven, even if it means facing the wrath of Satan himself.

Please find a way for this lonely demon to save his angel and get his long-awaited happy ending


Jordie R

genre: fantasy
tags: angels; demons; hurt/comfort; soul mates; graphic violence; first time
content warnings: religious themes; graphic violence
words: 10,329

Thanks again to Jordie for an awesome prompt with a great photo.  I saw it and just had to have it.


  1. Gorgeous! I will definitely download it as a PDF. :-) Based on the Goodreads comments, it appears to be pretty well received. I thought you did a great job with the prompt and picture! Kudos!

    1. Thanks for the kudos! I knew as soon as I saw the pic and read the prompt that I wanted it, I'd almost written this story for an antho last year. I was biting my nails all of yesterday checking its reception (lame and insecure of me, but there you go) and it's been quite a relief to have people say, "Hey, nice!"

      And I know, the pdf is so cool. My technophobia is slowly being chipped away at, largely due to the fact that I'm having my hand held through the rough parts:)

  2. I found your story very intriguing as it brought a new spin to the idea of heaven and hell, and its inhabitants. Really just a nice short story about love, despair, and not giving up.

    1. Hey Ely

      Glad you liked it! I tried to make it pretty complete, for what it was.

    2. I think you achieve this, but left the story open enough that you could continue it if you felt like it... Personally I like the use-your-imagination-for-what-comes-next kind of ending!