Looking for something to read? Check out my latest story, "Secrets in the Poison," a story of suspense set in the Victorian era countryside.
Check out my latest story! "A Damsel in Bedlam," a Victorian love story set in an insane asylum, was published in the Summer 2020 issue of The Writing Disorder.
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 →
Yay! Another publication! "Do You Hear the Coffin Bell?" appeared in TreeHouse Arts on September 14, 2019. It took me awhile to share this, because I was taking a writing hiatus, but I'm happy to be back! More publications are in the works, but this is the most recent one... "Do You Hear the Coffin... Continue Reading →
Whew, it's been a busy day! Two stories have emerged from the dusty confines of my Word Documents and found spots in magazines! The first story is "Our Dance," which was previously published in Scarlet Leaf Review, has found a second home in The Magazine of History & Fiction. This wonderful magazine gives voice to historical... 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 →
“Do You Hear the Coffin Bell?” will be published in January 2019 in The Blotter Magazine. Premise: Mary Smith thought she found a love match in George Blackbourne–until he passed away from a fatal illness. She grieved for her dead lover, but not for the reasons anyone thought. She loved him, yes, until she found a secret... Continue Reading →
I can't believe it! "On the Water's Edge", a historical fantasy, appeared on Fiction on the Web in November 2018. This story was frustrating to write, and rewrite, and rewrite five times over. There was a point where I thought this story would never be accepted for publication, but faith and an editor seeing it's worth has... Continue Reading →
Another publication! "When the Clock Stops," a dark story exploring Victorian superstitions about death, appeared in Ariel Chart on November 1, 2018. I wrote this story in three quick days, and it took an extra week to edit. It's shorter than all my other published stories, but it still evokes all the themes of my writing: history,... Continue Reading →