New Publication – Pyg the Tinker

My short story “Pyg the Tinker” was published by the online literary journal Quantum Fairy Tales. This is my steampunk take on the Greek myth of Pygmalion (not the George Bernard Shaw Pygmalion). Pyg the Tinker passed his days in his workshop, and his nights in the Spartan bedroom behind it. He chose a lifeContinue reading “New Publication – Pyg the Tinker”

New Review: All Broke Down by Cora Carmack

My review of All Broke Down, a New Adult novel by Cora Carmack, is up at All About Romance today. As much as I enjoyed Cora Carmack’s first three books, I was totally avoiding the Rusk University series. First of all, New Adult is a very hit or miss genre for me. I like Carmack’sContinue reading “New Review: All Broke Down by Cora Carmack”

Book Review: Carolina Blues

My review of Carolina Blues by Virginia Kantra is up over at All About Romance What is there to say about this book? It’s good. It’s really good. It’s a great addition to an already great series. Of course, just saying that it’s good and I think you should read it doesn’t make for muchContinue reading “Book Review: Carolina Blues”

Review: All I Want Is You by Toni Blake

My new review of Toni Blake’s book All I Want Is You is up over at All About Romance. Although Toni Blake is one of my authors I automatically read, my enjoyment of All I Want Is You had its ups and downs. I started off really loving the book, but the middle got tooContinue reading “Review: All I Want Is You by Toni Blake”

It’s Here! My First Publication!

The first ever short story I wrote and, now, my first ever publication went live today! Its a sort of YA/Horror thing.  Katie waved to her boyfriend, Jake, trying to signal him to get his car out from in view of the house. He had the headlights turned off, but there was still a chanceContinue reading “It’s Here! My First Publication!”

Exciting News

I received word yesterday that my short story, “She Knit”, will be included in the Wild Horse: Women on Fire collection, which releases for Women’s History Month in March 2015.  Now, to stop celebrating long enough to send in my bio and picture. 

A Spirited Evening

  It’s a cool night shortly before Halloween and, in a normal suburban house, a group of people has gathered together in a dimly lit room. They sit in a circle of chairs in a living room, not unlike any other, but they are here for a rather unusual reason. Tonight, these people have comeContinue reading “A Spirited Evening”