Pre-Summer Update – My First Novel!

It’s been a really long time since I posted.

I haven’t taken a writing break, though. I’ve been spending every second of my spare time writing my first book. As of today, I finished a semi-polished first draft of the book.

Now that my first draft is done, I’m taking a break from the novel to write some short stories, poetry and flash fiction. Stay tuned for that.

This summer, Luck, will be published in Stinkwaves. It was supposed to be published last fall, but Handerson Publishing, the publishing house that produces the magazine, has been so busy putting out amazing content, that they had to limit publication of their magazine. My story will be published in late summer and that will be the last issue for awhile. I’ll keep you all apprised.

To pass time, here and there, I’ve written some 50 words stories that were published at I LOVE flash fiction and aim to write more of it.

I wrote three pieces for Fifty Word Stories. You can see them here.

Thanks and I’ll try and write more often.

Luck: Update

Luck was originally scheduled to be published in the fall edition of Handersen Publishing’s Stinkwaves Magazine. The Editors recently decided that the story would fit better in their Spring edition and I agreed. It’s disappointing, but worth the wait. Stinkwaves is a great magazine! Check it out on Amazon or directly from their website.

Wyatt’s Tonic: To be Published on October 1

What Doesn’t Kill You, an anthology of 24 stories in the YA (Young Adult) category will be published on October 1 by Indomita Press (no longer Serving House Press).

My story, Wyatt’s Tonic, will be published in that anthology.

I’m honored to share space with many esteemed authors throughout the United States and Canada.

Thank you to editors P Joshua Laskey and Mallary Alderman for bringing this vision to light and allowing me to be a part of it.

What Doesn’t Kill You

Wyatt’s Tonic, my first YA (Young Adult) short story was recently accepted for publication in a print anthology that is now being compiled. The theme of the anthology is What Doesn’t Kill You. The editors spent several months culling submissions and are now putting the book together. Once I have a sense of a publication date, I’ll post it.