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.

Apocalyptic Montessa and Nuclear Lulu: 99 Cents!

Two posts in one day? I know, man. Craaaaazy. Stabby-award winning Apocalyptic Montessa and Nuclear Lulu: A Tale of Atomic Love is on sale for 99 cents. Grab your Kindle version here. This is a Kindle Countdown, which means the price will increase by a dollar every 24 hours until it’s regular price. Right now it’s 99 cents for another 18 hours. … Read More

Cover Reveal for Heidi Ruby Miller’s GREENSHIFT

To celebrate the cover reveal for Greenshift, the e-book will be temporarily 99 cents at Amazon! A tale set within the world of Ambasadora. Mari’s rare eye color makes her a pariah within Upper Caste society, which is why she prefers plants to people…except David, the former Armadan captain who shuttles scientists around on a refurbished pleasure cruiser. But someone … Read More

Psychos: Serial Killers, Depraved Madmen, and the Criminally Insane

  I have been DYING to announce this!  My story “Murder for Beginners” was accepted for John Skipp’s Psychos: Serial Killers, Depraved Madmen, and the Criminally Insane.  Isn’t that fantastic?  You know what is even cooler?  This TOC.  Check it! Jim Shepard Edgar Allen Poe Joan Aiken Richard Connell Ray Bradbury Robert Bloch Ed Kurtz Laura Lee Bahr William Gay … Read More

The Quiet Places Where Your Body Grows

I wrote a short story and a stranger emailed me to say it made her cry.  I can think of few things better.  Would you like to read it?  It’s part of the Fraternity of Flash series at Misty Dahl’s site.  Stop by to read “The Quiet Places Where Your Body Grows”,  and then hug your children a little tighter.

Book Review: Cristyn West’s PLAIN JANE

Cristyn West’s PLAIN JANE broke my head, pure and simple.  I was sucked in from the brisk, smartly written opening chapter and wasn’t released until the genuinely stunning conclusion.  PLAIN JANE follows disturbed profiler Kent and his on-again, off-again romantic interest Nicole as they hunt down a particularly twisted serial killer.  The relationship between the two main characters is equal … Read More