Here you will find any available reviews of my works, or those of certain publications that I have appeared in.
Steven Saus, ideatrash, on “A Tithe for Homecoming”:
Dark, mysterious, and twists a few concepts together into a nice interaction of the modern world and the ancient tales. Tree spirits, changlings [sic], and revenge all fall naturally together like leaves on the forest floor. Potential trigger warnings for child abuse.
About Human Tales in general, he says:
Graded as a solid B. Some really good stories, and a lot of pretty good ones. It’s a bit uneven at times, and probably should not be read straight through. Several stories have small missteps, either because of the method of telling the story or because they don’t have enough of a punch at the end. Despite these small flaws, it’s a good anthology and worth the price of admission. A few potential triggers exist for child abuse and those who have dealt with attachment disorders.
A. Rose, writing at Livejournal:
“… the caliber of writing on the whole is above par and the concept irresistible to those of us who enjoy peeking behind the curtain of a story to see what it looks like from behind.”