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Tag Archives: fiction
(In) Famous, my novella about a too-online, fame-hungry teenager who starts hanging with a bad crowd & makes a bunch of crap decisions as a result for JUDGES Volume 3 (2000AD), will be out Dec 1. Preorders for the novella … Continue reading
Being a lone-wolf on St. Thomas can be tough, but –
Tabitha makes it worth it for Mercy. Continue reading
In super awesome and (probably super surprising) news, I’ve got a gosh-darned BOOK coming out in a MONTH! Judge Anderson: Flytrap, my second novella and my first work published in a standalone book with my name on the cover, is … Continue reading
Promised to a being that lives in the waters between her village and the rest of the world, a young woman walks to what will surely be her doom. ❧❧❧❧ I walk until I see the shoreline, the hem of … Continue reading
— To market, to market, to buy a plum bun/ Home again, home again, market is done. Maren walks two steps behind the governor’s wife on their way through the market near Fort Christensen, standing near enough to hear the … Continue reading
I haven’t managed to submit another story since I sent in “The Accidental Spider-Queen” to Fireside Fiction back in April. At first, it was because I hadn’t been writing. My former day-job (the part time one I quit in a … Continue reading
Isabella finds herself with a job, a home, and what might be a reason to stop running all in a very short time. Note: This is the first story in a series. Isabella rides into Temptation Valley in the early … Continue reading
I was one of those kids that always hated camp. Day or summer camp it didn’t matter. I hated camp with the kind of furor that was reserved only for cabbage or presidential addresses that come on during the season finale … Continue reading