Tag Archive | Short story

Halloween Thrills

Happy Halloween Halloween on a Wednesday doesn’t lend its self to a big night of hell-raising. (I’ve got work the next day.) But you can still carve a pumpkin, hand out some candy, watch a scary movie or ready a short disturbing tale. I have posted my submission to the GoodReads Paranormal & Horror Lovers […]

‘All the Lovely Creatures’ Released

‘All the Lovely Creatures’ Released

  For those of you following along, we are on page three in our texts. Just kidding. But if you actually understood what I was talking about…Congratulations! You attended a school with real books. As I have mentioned before, I am currently collaborating with the GoodReads Group: Paranormal & Horror Lovers. In May, I initiated […]


Working on a short story due out next month. Eight authors from the GoodReads Group Paranormal Romance & Horror Lovers came together to write a free anthology entitled “All the Lovely Creatures”. An excerpt from my contribution, The Little Death. The night had a thrilling sort of anxiety. There was a sense of universal anticipation. […]

Redlines are Encouragement

I have been writing lately and it feels good. Even published, I still only write when the mood hits. Perhaps if I was a full-time author with deadlines decreed from a huge publishing house, I would stress more and have hard deadlines. But I don’t think I would enjoy it as much. I write because […]

When You Write Too Much

This week I was a guest blogger on Romance Junkies. I wrote about the differences in short stories and my first ‘FREE READ’. You can visit my post live or read below. +++ There are two natures to the Short Story: The Independent and The Companion. The Independent is a self-contained universe. The story requires […]


Brief post this week for 3 reasons: Work – I am blessed to have a job that is challenging and I am good at. Everything I work on right now is a priority, so part of the task is to determine which is the superior priority. Shorts – I finished my short story ‘Chaos Children’. […]