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Category Archives: Short Stories
Today, I’m taking part in Blog Battle. It’s a short story battle for fun and entertainment. This week the story criteria were as follows: 1,000 words Genre: Tall Tale Word: Resolved You can see the Blog Battle post with a … Continue reading
A writing prompt and the first signs of autumn inspired me to give you all a little early Halloween present. The Animal Branches grab at her legs as Tina sprints down the little-used trail. The thick forest suspends the trail … Continue reading
This book, which includes “Winter,” a short story by yours truly, is now available! It’s only 10 bucks! Buy, read, review! You can review it even if you think my story sucks! 😀 The End of the World as We … Continue reading
So far, March has brought sun, warmth, rain, cold, and snow to my neck of the woods. Oh, the joy of living in the Ohio River Valley! Crappy weather has me indoors, dealing with some mundane life issues and doing … Continue reading
Below is an excerpt from a short story I’ve written based on my novel, Ghost in the Park. It’s a supernatural thriller, in which our hero hears dead people. In novel length fic, I don’t fuss to much about the … Continue reading
Hi all! My short cliffhanger, Descending, is in a contest. Please go- read- vote! You don’t have to vote for me, vote for the fic you like best. But if you don’t vote for me I will cry. The Cliffhanger … Continue reading
Das Krakenhaus Publishing is still on the lookout for short stories under 12k words in the genres of scientific romanticism (such as H. G. Wells and Jules Verne) and Steampunk. I believe they pay only a small stipend, but if … Continue reading