Check out my most recent story! "The Scent of Lavender," which started as a Jack the Ripper origin story but mutated into a monster of its own, was performed on the 441st episode of Tales to Terrify, a Hugo award-nominated podcast.
Looking for something to read? Check out my latest story, "Secrets in the Poison," a story of suspense set in the Victorian era countryside.
Brooks Kohler, founder of Laptiast.com, was kind enough to write an article featuring my writing. As an author, it's always touching when someone finds your work praiseworthy. Especially with lines like this: "With an ability to craft a story in such a way it not only proves a pleasure to read but also forms a... Continue Reading →
Please check out my latest publication! "Do You Hear the Coffin Bell?", a Victorian short story filled with suspense, was republished in Suspense Magazine's Winter 2019 issue. Suspense Magazine's Winter 2019 issue can be accessed here. Between interviews with the likes of Dean Koontz and Janet Evanovich in this issue, you can find little, ol'... Continue Reading →
Hello all, Quite a bit has happened lately. Perhaps the most exciting was a recent publication in Books 'N Pieces Magazine, an online magazine known for its interviews with bestselling authors. One of these authors (and my absolute favorite!) includes the impossibly talented George R.R. Martin. More about this interview can be learned here. It's... Continue Reading →
Happy New Year, readers! Quite a bit has already happened since the start of 2019. For one, a publication! What better way to ring in the new year than a story from yours truly? "Do You Hear the Coffin Bell?" was published in the January 2019 issue of The Blotter Magazine, "The South's free, unique,... Continue Reading →
My last publication of 2018! "I'd Rather Lose My Head," a story about Anne Boleyn at the start of King Henry VIII's courtship, was published in the first issue of the Magazine of History & Fiction. The Magazine of History & Fiction is one of the few magazines dedicated to historical fiction. It describes itself... Continue Reading →
Two years ago, I wrote "Secrets in the Poison." It's one of those stories I intended to return to, but a myriad of other stories filled my head. I shoved the manuscript into a drawer and started to work on other manuscripts. "Secrets in the Poison" collected dust. It saw the light again when I... Continue Reading →
Please read about my first day in Ireland if you'd like to keep with chronological order! My second day started with jet lag hangover. I stumbled about my hotel room finding my clothes and shoes for the day. Although, all I wanted to do was crawl back into bed. I mean, the blankets in my... Continue Reading →
Let me start this blog post by saying I hate heights. I hate flying. I hate when an airplane torpedoes into the sky. I sat in a cramped seat in economy, gripping the arms of my chair, feeling like my skin was about to shed from my bones. I was shaking, I was hyperventilating. But Ireland... Continue Reading →