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2 06, 2018

Montague Mouse Teaser: Friendship

By |2018-06-02T13:07:58-05:00June 2nd, 2018|Categories: Montague Mouse|Tags: |0 Comments

A little story and art teaser for my upcoming book Montague Mouse: “You have me and I have you, so we will never be alone. Not truly anyhow. No matter where we go and what will befall us, we will always be friends.” The frog brightened in a smile as Montague spoke, he pulled the little mouse in for a great big hug (...)

31 10, 2017

Montague Mouse Teaser: The Beginning

By |2019-11-02T13:43:05-05:00October 31st, 2017|Categories: Montague Mouse|Tags: |1 Comment

Patches of icy snow were still present on the muddy ground of the withered Moorwood, the winter had been long and hard. It was supposed to be spring now, but an awful silence had fallen over the woods. It was reason for great concern, for all animals know that silence is a sure sign that something is amiss. Life is never silent. There was, however, one little mouse who was not concerned, at least not at current. If he had known better he would have been very concerned, but as it was – he was very little and very hungry and had therefore little room for concern.

23 02, 2017

Montague Mouse Teaser: Fields of Heather

By |2018-09-07T12:41:15-05:00February 23rd, 2017|Categories: Montague Mouse|Tags: |0 Comments

“In that moment on that day, the sun washed away the darkness from their mind and spirit. In that moment on that day, all that existed was the gentle wind of spring which caressed their faces as they tumbled through the fields of heather, euphoric with the scent of the fair flowers. In that moment on that day, everything was as it should be.” – Montague Mouse.

20 01, 2017

Montague Mouse Teaser: Our Hero

By |2019-11-02T13:36:19-05:00January 20th, 2017|Categories: Montague Mouse|Tags: |6 Comments

Marten’s gaze traveled from the owl to the fox, somewhere inside him a glimmer of hope sparked that Fox would volunteer himself but Fox looked away, frustration and pain evident on his features. He always prided himself on being an animal of action, but his red coat made him even more visible than the owl and although he was fast, Marten was undeniably faster and would have little trouble hiding, and Marten knew this.

22 11, 2016

Montague Mouse: The Dead of Winter

By |2019-11-02T13:36:55-05:00November 22nd, 2016|Categories: Montague Mouse|Tags: |0 Comments

Winter had come as it did every year; draping the woods in a beautiful carpet of snow that induced a quiet, content slumber among the woodland animals. After the appointment of the Marten, only some had left to seek the warmth of the South for good. The rest were no longer afraid. The Marten would surely be successful and save them all. He was a brave animal, a real hero, so they slept; snug and warm in their dens.