It’s always such a pleasure to write a flash fiction piece for Pen of the Damned. “This Broken Love Story” is based on carnivorous relationships I’ve seen in the past. I felt they were eating each other alive, but they were so tragically in love as they did so. I hope you enjoy my story. You can read it here.
Read My New Flash Story “Murder House” Online!
I love Pen of the Damned. They consistently put out strong flash horror stories and I adore it! Please swing by to support our group by reading my new Flash Fiction story titled “Murder House.” I can honestly tell you that writing it hurt my heart, and a little heart-hurt makes a writer happy. You can read “Murder House” here. … Read More
Read My Flash Fiction Story “Loving The Lonely Girls”
I am delighted to announce that my short story “Loving The Lonely Girls” is up on Pen of the Damned. PotD is a wonderful group I’m associated with. They put out consistent, quality flash fiction and I’m honored to take part. Please swing by and read my haunting story about broken love.
Read Every Day Kintsugi: The Glory of Her Broken Parts
I’m delighted to announce my flash fiction piece titled “Every Day Kintsugi: The Glory of Her Broken Parts” is up at The Pen of the Damned site. This is a story under 1,000 words that has to do with that innate desire we have to be loved despite our flaws. I hope you enjoy it! You can read the story … Read More
Free Day! Read a Free Short and Download Nameless!
What do you do when someone you love goes truly dark? I have a free short story titled “Waves and Darkness” up at Pen of the Damned. Why don’t you stop by and give it a read? Also, today is the last day to pick up my first novel Nameless: The Darkness Comes for free. Want a fun and creepy summer read? … Read More
Pen of the Damned: 31
Pen of the Damned. A group of horror and angst driven writers sworn to their eternal suffering. We are The Damned. I’m a member of The Pen of the Damned, a group of writers who get together and write short fiction based on picture prompts. It’s fun and keeps my brain from getting cobwebby. The stories are between 100-200 words … Read More