Fifth Place In Writing Contest

In a heat with thirty or so other writers, I scored fifth place for the NYCMidnight Short Story Challenge! This means I get to move on to the second round. I'll be given all new prompts (genre, location, subject) to try again to advance to the third round. The story that won was a romantic... Continue Reading →

My Name in Print: First Time Ever

A little of my work has trickled out over my blog, social media, and through my freelance content writing. I’ve been posted on a few websites other than the ones I’ve created, but nothing is more validating than to have someone else print my work. The Maryland Writers Association has just published their 30th-anniversary anthology titled,... Continue Reading →

Baby Bird: A Short Story

Small hands powdered with dirt, cupped the baby bird. The half-naked animal’s bones rolled around, unable to brace itself in her shifting grip. Her sisters became anxious with each wobble. “Poppy! Don’t squeeze it, you’ll hurt him!” Stella cried, imagining that Poppy’s fingers were squeezing the new treasure, and she wanted a turn; a chance to... Continue Reading →

Fondue Meet You: Flash Fiction

It’s Fondue Meet You We are the Snapdragon Women, and we range in age from young to extremely old and blind. Each of us braves the elements every full moon so we can celebrate the sisterhood. Did you know that every full moon has a name and story? It’s true! Go look it up if... Continue Reading →

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