Here's the second quotation trailer for my short story, "The Death of Me." And please consider buying a copy for yourself or an avid reader you might know. It's available in trade paperback and digitally on the Bella Books website.
C.L. Taylor made a couple of videos with quotes from my story, "The Death of Me." I thought I'd share the first one today. And please remember, you can buy a copy of the anthology here. It's available in paperback and in a few different digital formats. Its sale raises money for the GCLS Writing... Continue Reading →
I thought potential readers might like to hear an excerpt from my short story, "The Death of Me." It's the story in the Written Dreams anthology that raises money for the GCLS Writing Academy. Without further ado, here's a video where I read the first four pages.
A couple of weeks ago, the “Written Dreams” anthology, which raises money for the Golden Crown Literary Society’s Writing Academy, was published. I’m going to use this week’s blog post to upload a video and talk a bit about my experiences as a student in the first Writing Academy class.
Today's post will be a bit of self-promotion, but for a good cause. I was a student in the Golden Crown Literary Society's first-ever Writing Academy class in 2014-15. I learned a tremendous amount in the program, and I know it made me a better writer. This year, the GCLS and Brisk Press asked past... Continue Reading →
I’m not quite sure how it’s been nearly a month since I last posted. That is, I know why I haven’t had time to write something here, I’m just not sure how so many days passed in such a short time. I had wanted my first November post to be a check-in, where I gave... Continue Reading →
I'm excited to announce that Ylva Publishing's anthology, "Do You Feel What I Feel," is now available from the publisher's website: Ylva Publishing For the first couple of weeks, it's only available in ebook format directly from Ylva. Pre-order from Amazon and Smashwords should be available sometime this week. The trade paperback version should be... Continue Reading →