A Short of Sorts: Precipitating Flame

As always, the amazing background art was done by Blue!

Who doesn’t like a good apocalypse myth, yeah? Especially with mermaids. Mermaids make everything better. Also remember that I’m still taking prompts for the next story, and the prompt theme is SHOPPING! (You can check out this post for more info, but feel free to prompt here.) Anyhow, here’s all the prompts!:


  • Precipitating Flame — Abs


  • Plastic — @sarah-ahiers
  • Mermaids were once human, but there was a great flood sent by gaia to punish humanity for damaging the earth, but a nyad who loved humans and was unable to save all of those who were drowning, gave her life energy up to transform them into mermaids. — @catonthekeyboard
  • One fish Two fish — @sdeoul
  • A red towel — @lorienlawrence
  • Mermaids! — @author-in-training7
  • Conch shell | Surfers | Swell — @totally-anntastic


  • Deep-sea mermaids, but giant-kraken sized. — @telari
  • hippocampus! — @alliepennauthor
  • using salt water as a spell component instead of blood — @everqueen12

If you prefer a different medium, this story’s also up on Instagram and Tumblr (and there’s a Tweet for this post)! You can also find out more about the project, past stories, and how to get your own custom stories on this page. And if you’re enjoying the project and want to support it, consider dropping me a Ko-Fi?

See you guys in two weeks for the next story!

Bacon, out.


A Short of Sorts: Cuts

So I did an ask meme on Tumblr last week where people could send me prompts, and I would write a story from them. I made a graphic version of the one I wrote for “Neon lights at 1:30am,” because I like procrastinating. Anyway, it’s been a hot minute since I posted here, so I thought maybe some peeps might be interested. :)


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I Have a Book in the World!

Long time, no post!

Like the title says, as of last Friday, I have a book in the world!!! Well, a graphic novel/illustrated urban fantasy for adults, but it still exists and is buyable. It’s a project that I’ve been working on with my wonderful editor Villipede Press for about three and a half years of uncertainty and progress, and it’s insane to think that after all that time people can hold this book I wrote in their hands—it’s insane that anything of mine ever got published! Anyhow, if you’d like to check it out, it’s up on Goodreads and Amazon, and here’s some more info:

Sacrifices of Shadow is a graphic novel in the vein of dark urban fantasy, written by K. Kazul Wolf and illustrated by Matt Edginton. Anya is on her way to visit her mother when she comes upon a strange man lying in the road. It’s the middle of the night, pouring rain, and through the headlights it looks like something has just tried to tear this guy to pieces. He asks if she has a weapon on her, and before she can scoff or run back to the safety of her truck, something large begins to growl behind her…

Anya finds herself drawn into an eldritch world where hellish hounds stalk the between-worlds, magic-infused firearms are bought and traded, and shadowy entities in human guise appear to be eerily common.


I also have plans for blog-ish stuff in the future, but for now I’m just going to bask in the internal screaming that is this book existing. :D

Bacon, out.