Suck it up, buttercup. The words were a mantra. They kept Jude going when her mind and body betrayed her. Weakness was death in the Rocket City. She’d learned that growing up as an orphan in this gang-infested territory, the last human colony on Earth. Ripping out your heart, distancing yourself, was the only way … Continue reading The Invasion of Rocket City
This is part 2 of an interactive web serial. At the end, there are two options from which to choose. Vote in the comments to ensure the story continues.Read Vintage Ice: Part 1 here. Hospitality What sort of person has a scorpion-infested, concrete coffin sunken in their floor? What did you tell guests, “Oh, it’s fun … Continue reading Vintage Ice: Part 2
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Today, "The Warehouse Tour" was reviewed by Readers' Favorite Reviewer, Jamie Michele! It's not only the first review for "The Warehouse Tour", but it is also my first review - ever. This is a huge milestone. I am overjoyed, humbled, elated, and deeply grateful for the honest and revealing review. Thank you, Jamie! You can read … Continue reading Readers’ Favorite Review of “The Warehouse Tour”
*This flash fiction story was originally published on Endless Press' website in January 2018 as runner-up for their Realm Makers scholarship contest.* Late! It seemed as though I’d never get there, every hallway longer than the last. I only needed to travel down nine floors, cross the lobby, and I would be at Realm Makers. … Continue reading Steampunk Circus
Microfiction and flash fiction present a unique challenge for crafting a story, squeezing in all the elements of a story in less than 300 or 1000 words, respectively. But it's also fun and a great way to hone your writing skills. Here's one of the microfiction stories I wrote. Coffee The young woman inhaled the … Continue reading Caffeinated Microfiction