Perhaps I look to others to define myself My reflection in the mirror only points to a stranger: someone I might know; but I have been with him so long […]

Nocturne of the Red Wolf

Someone posted a piece on the voice of the Gray wolf. I’m a gamer, even at sixty-five.  Many years ago I was part of starting a guild in the game […]

Yesterday I took a ride into the city: lights and more lights, a glittering waste of precious energy, forgetting the money throw away on presents, and the lost time spent […]

Please don’t tell anyone, but my three book series, Seals of the Ages is complete. The last book, Riddle of the Keep, is back from editing, and will be available […]


The wind has more to it than summer might want to be a part of; this is no gentle breeze, soothing and soft to usher in a sunny day where […]

A Leaf by Russell Loyola Sullivan A small buckled leaf It skates across the deck Bits of green still cling Perhaps it is early to the fall There’s a crackling […]

Going into the Darkness

It’s one of my favorite times of year, when the light gives way to the darkness. Growing up in Brent’s Cove, Newfoundland, without electricity, cars, or TV, it was even […]

He walked past a barroom. Barrooms used to be a place where he could find escape and solace; not so much for the wine and beer, rather it offered the […]

I Love Violence

                     From the early days of black and white TV where cowboys shot each other all the time, to the iconic cool of Cool Hand Luke, the machine guns of […]


I love my internet. I love my computer and my cell phone. But none of them have any soul, any ambiance, any spirit. Yes, I know that’s a lot to […]