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More Poetry – Sea Wurm

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2020




Sea Wurm

Pitter patter

Little prints of feet upon the sea

Running, scurrying to and fro

With a look of malicious glee

Seeking above turgid waves

At the fish gone by

Ducking low beneath the foam

Beneath the darkened sky

Opening a tooth-filled maw

Endeavoring to roar

Frightening innocent passersby

On the far-by shore

Oh, what wet and dripping glisten

Those scales of innocent terror

Oh, that pungent seaweed breath

Of that sea-wurm’s lair

So, watch that giant of the waves

Streak past in silver glory

And mind that terror of the sea

Thou sailor bold and hoary


Not A Tik Tok

Wednesday, July 29th, 2020


So, I recently made the decision to become a Tik Tok content creator.

This is what happened instead.


The Poem in the podcast is available on Amazon HERE.

Audio Available

Wednesday, May 18th, 2016




For a short amount of time, I’ve placed up the audio version of the poem Hunger on Soundcloud and Google Play Music. Check them out through the links below.


Google Play Music


Saturday, December 5th, 2015



Experiencing loss is interesting – and not in the good sense.


What’s interesting about it is you can lose some of the most important things and/or people in your life, and it can cause you to think, “Ok, it can’t get worse than this.”


NEVER THINK THAT. You can ALWAYS lose more.


And sometimes that loss has nothing to do with death – it’s just that people change, they grow apart, or they just stop caring.


And here’s the thing: No matter how much YOU have changed, or grown apart – the actual end or cutting off of that thing or person is still incredibly painful.


And shutting down won’t make the pain go away; trying not to feel the pain will only prolong the healing because the truth is, no one will be there for you forever.


And that’s life.




12/4/15 7:48pm CST

Truth Hurts

Truth may march o’er cracked stone floors
through bloodied hearts arrayed,

And Pain might prevail whilst cities lie
In dust and agony weighed,

Yet Reality trudges onward
through the graying scenes of life,

Gripping in one whitened fist
Truth’s heartless, edged knife.

–KW McCabe 2015

Poems, Lyrics, Psalmos Free ^.^

Tuesday, June 16th, 2015

Poems, Lyrics, Psalmos is available for free for the next couple of days! Pick up your copy, then join the giveaway below ^.^

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Reviews, Anyone?

Saturday, May 30th, 2015

Poems, Lyrics, Psalmos: Wooing Muse


So, leading up to the Poems, Lyrics, Psalmos: Wooing Muse event I’m continuing to give away #free copies of the ebook format HERE

I’m also sending out a request, (for all those who would love to be involved,) for honest reviews of the book. If interested, feel free to download the book, and you can post your reviews on Amazon, Goodreads, Barnes&Noble, or Kobo.

If you see any other books of mine that you would like to read (for free) and review (for you bibliophiles out there,) feel free to send me a note ^.^

Also, the #Giveaway continues! Make sure to check it out below for a chance to win a free audio copy of Poems, Lyrics, Psalmos: Wooing Muse and other fun stuff as well!


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More Prep ^.^

Sunday, May 17th, 2015

Poems, Lyrics, Psalmos: Wooing Muse



Everything’s starting to gel as the day of the Poems, Lyrics, Psalmos: Wooing Muse Book Launch event grows closer.

Barnes and Noble FINALLY posted up the book. It took a full 24 hours after I submitted the document for it to be processed. I took a moment to calculate which sites publish works the fastest and, so far, here are the winners:

Smashwords wins 1st place with a lightening fast turn around time of less than 10min.

Amazon takes second place with a publishing time of around 4-5hours.

Barnes and Nobles takes third at a full 24hours.

Kobo, sadly, takes last place – the book hasn’t even posted yet after 24hours.


Whenever Kobo gets around to finally decide to take the moment to actually publish my book – I’ll let you know.

I’ve also done a little remodeling of the site. I’ve created an Interviews page where you can go back and check out all the authors and musicians I’ve interviewed over the lifetime of this blog. The Books tab has been merged with the Author tab, and I’ve also included a listing of works in progress that you can check out. Make sure to take a sec and read the excerpt for Dawn of the Dead.

In any case, the giveaway is still revving to go! Feel free to check it out below ^.^


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It’s Up!

Saturday, May 16th, 2015

Poems, Lyrics, Psalmos: Wooing Muse






I’ve completed the editing and formatting  and, in preparation for the Poems, Lyrics, Psalmos: Wooing Muse Book Launch Party, I’ve officially published the book! I can’t call it my WIP anymore ^.^


In any case, for a limited time it is available for FREE on Smashwords. Feel free to click the link above to check it out!


And don’t forget to participate in the giveaway – 2 lucky winners will win a FREE copy of the audio version of the book ^.^




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Poems, Lyrics, Psalmos Book Launch Party Giveaways!!!

Sunday, May 10th, 2015

Poems, Lyrics, Psalmos: Wooing Muse


So, all this month I’ll be holding a raffle-copter giveaway to get ready for the book launch party for Poems, Lyrics, Psalmos: Wooing Muse. Two winners will receive a free audio copy of the book once the audio format has published, and three other winners will win The Dragon Call bookmarks!

The Facebook event will be 5/30/15 HERE

The giveaway starts 5/10/15 and ends 5/31/15 @midnight.

I’m excited about this since it’s the first work I’ve published since 2013. Anyhow, I hope that you all will enjoy reading and listening to it as much as I have enjoyed creating it ^.^



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Ella’s Cinders

Tuesday, April 21st, 2015


I’ve completed the third poem in Poems, Lyrics, and Psalmos!


It’s up for listening HERE.


I have to say, I’m pretty exhausted. There’s only one way to record anything at all when you have a toddler. In the middle of the night, when she’s asleep. If you’re lucky.


I was only semi-lucky tonight: around 12:30am she decided to finally go to bed after a small snafoo involving a malfunctioning night-light and her already existent fear of the dark.


I don’t know why toddlers are scared of the dark – what could she possibly be afraid of? Bottle-snatchers?


Anyways! If you are unable to hear Ella’s Cinders, please let me know! Thoughts and criticism are always welcome ^.^


And here’s the cover of Poems, Lyrics, Psalmos if you haven’t seen it already ^.^





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