Welcome, and thank you for stopping by!
One of my favorite ways to offer stories at no cost is through public libraries, some of the most important places in any community. So never hesitate to request any of my stories at your local library! That helps me, you, and other readers, and that can only be a good thing.
I’m delighted to share the link to my first professional sale in the UK, On Choosing the Perfect Peach Dress! The story is available online at Sylvia Magazine to read for free, and it’s also available in print and as part of my collection Passages in the Real World: Six Stories of Life’s Transitions.
For free reading from me and a whole bunch of other fabulous authors, pay a visit to The Infinite Bard! I keep an updated list of quick links to everyone’s stories on my own Infinite Bard page, too.
I’m delighted to have had four turns on the Infinite Bard stage so far! All are available below.
First is Sensing the Storm, a short prequel yarn from my Storms of Future Past Series.
My second is Real People Romance: An Adventure in Crowdfunding, a romantic tale of getting more support than a campaign bargained for. If you’re in the mood for more short romance, be sure to check out Partners in Romance, a collection from me and my real life partner in romance, Jason A. Adams!
Infinite Bard story number three for me is Odds and Endings, my first visit to the magical bookstore in the extraordinary town of Lightning Gap, Virginia. I’ve visited several times since then, and I can’t wait to return for more of the Seagons and their literary magic. You can return right now for more adventures in this peculiar Appalachian Mountain town.
My fourth time stepping onto the mystical stage is a modern myth with an unlikely heroine. The Spider Who Ate the Elephant won second place at the Virginia Writers Club Golden Nib Contest, and I’m delighted to share it with you here.