Character Spotlight – Ishmael the Wanderer

Who is Ishmael? So, I’ve been asked this on occasion. “Who is this Ishmael?  Was he some super-smart guy?  Was he some inventor or a charismatic leader?” Yes. Here’s the quick and dirty on Ishmael: Ishmael was the only son of a somewhat delusional vagabond, and self-identifying “prophet” who called himself Semaj.  Semaj spent his … More Character Spotlight – Ishmael the Wanderer

Part II, Part II, Part II, Part II, Part II

Hello!  Greetings from the treacherous land of editing – the land of frustration, chaos, and repetitive language. James and I are working on our short story entitled “Prescription for Ratings: The Committee”.  This is the somewhat sequel to our latest short story, “Prescription for Ratings: The Contestants” (available on Amazon). While I was editing, I … More Part II, Part II, Part II, Part II, Part II

Prescription for Ratings – blood, blood, and more blood

Originally posted on Glenn Hates Books:
? 4 of 5 Bloody-Fucked Stars – Prescription for Ratings: The Contestants by Kaisy Wilkerson-Mills. This is a very interesting story. It’s filled with plenty of blood and guts and gore. And there’s even a reason for all the horror. It’s pure unadulterated bloody entertainment. It’s a reality show on crack.…

“Prescription for Ratings: The Contestants” is LIVE! Get your copy today!

IT’S RELEASE DAY!  James and I proudly present our new City-State short story, “Prescription for Ratings: The Contestants”.  Grab your copy HERE via Amazon for $.99! It is also available for review and critique on GoodReads. In this piece (around 7,200 words), readers will experience the entertainment sector of City-State.  With government controlled television shows, … More “Prescription for Ratings: The Contestants” is LIVE! Get your copy today!