Where to Find Me
I have a short story in the “Sadie Hawkins” issue (February 2018) of Spark, the romance imprint of Splickety. “The Promposal” – Schyler’s decision to dress up as a homeless person backfires with unintended consequences.
Where I Blog
Every Monday: New Authors’ Fellowship
Every 3rd Thursday: The Scriblerians
I have several short stories that have been published as part of anthologies.
“Undermined” Realmscapes, Brimstone Fiction (2016) – Kyan obeys her parents’ final wishes and agrees to sell herself and her brother into slavery. When she learns the identity of her new owner, Kyan fears she’s led them to certain death.
“Night Dance”Dancing Up a Storm, HopeSprings Books (2016) – A steampunk fairy tale. Kati is hired by a wealthy woman to find the cause of her son’s illness. Lonan believes his parents want his younger brother to be their heir apparent and begins a search for his birth parents. The quest forces him to reconcile his past with his present.
“Detention” Out of the Storm, HopeSprings Books (2015) – A steampunk fairy tale. Brynn learns that she won’t be able to return to her homeland. She must endure frequent school detentions and ridicule by her step family. The highlights of her exile are her part-time job in her father’s power plant, a friendship with fellow expatriate classmates, and anticipating attending a mysterious celebration.
My Flash Fiction
My flash fiction has been published in Havok Magazine and on the Splickety Lightning Blog.
“The Watchmont” Science Fiction Vs. Fantasy issue, Havok Magazine (2015) – A science fiction retelling of a familiar story. In a futuristic world, Watchmonts are half-breed cyborg outcasts. When Calanthe is attacked, she’s forced to reconsider her fears and prejudices.
“The Field Trip” Splickety Lightning Blog (2016) – Gwyn fears for her twin sons on their school visit to an extinct volcano. Her actions could save or destroy her family