Stories & News

Stories

060325-N-6901L-039 Tarmiya, Iraq (March 25, 2006) – Iraqi soldier Zatar Jeba sits and watches a U.S. Army patrol drive by in their M1114 HMMWV (Humvee) vehicles during counter-insurgency operations. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer’s Mate 1st Class Michael Larson (RELEASED)

Toilet Paper Bandits – My first published short story is a mostly true account of a day in the life of American soldiers deployed to Kirkuk, Iraq.

What I Wanted, featured in “So Glad They Told Me: Women Get Real About Motherhood” – A personal essay reflecting on my experiences as a new mom.

The Weight of Glass, featured in “Flash! A Celebration of Short Fiction”– An assassin attends a party where she carries out her mission.

Image by ccandg from Pixabay

The Old Ways, featured in “Strongly Worded Women: The Best of the Year of Publishing Women” – Trying to reconnect with herself after a bad break up, Deitra encounters more than she bargained for on the misty moors of northern England where the Fey still roam.

Survivors’ Club, my debut novel. Meet the monsters that started it all!

News

WIP: Ashfall – the sequel to Survivors’ Club is complete and currently being pored over by eagle-eyed beta readers.

WIP: Ezra’s Adventures in Fairyland – Someone’s trying to kill Ezra, but before he can stroll around the block with his pet skunk, his estranged grandfather arrives to whisk him away. Short story? We’ll see…

WIP: SNAFU – All Sorel wants is to get the PC from Point A to Point B but everyone from local insurgents to corporate bloodsuckers have other plans. Exercise in plotting and structure. This should be fun!

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