Other Writing

I love sharing my work with the world. Though this blog is a great way to do that, I also share my work on other outlets. Of course, this means that I can’t double-post the stories on my blog. So, here they are all in one place!

  • Havok Publishing––a website that posts flash fiction daily.
    • Season 2: “Stories that Sing”
      • Stories that Sing: Havok’s Season Two Anthology––collection of forty-five flash fiction stories, including “Stealer of Secrets” and “Skinthief” (see below).
      • “Stealer of Secrets”––a flash fiction story about a telepathic girl despised by her people who dedicates her life to saving those trying to commit suicide, and in the process, she just might be saved too. Only visible to the public on 9/6/2019; otherwise, one must be a Havok member or own the anthology.
      • “Skinthief”––a flash fiction story about a man who takes on the appearances of other people to accomplish criminal tasks. He’s not only forgetting what he looks like; he’s also forgetting who he used to be. Only visible to the public on 11/12/2019; otherwise, one must be a Havok member or own the anthology.
      • “Walls”––a flash fiction story about a city whose walls depend on the stability of the relationships inside. Only visible to the public on 12/13/2019; otherwise, one must be a Havok member to read it.
    • Season 3: “Bingeworthy”
      • “The Last Gateway”––a flash fiction story about two sisters living in an alligator-infested swamp who must decide which of the many portals to jump through. Only visible to the public on 3/13/2020; otherwise, one must be a Havok member to read it.
      • “Secret Agent Lampshade”––a flash fiction story about a lamp shapeshifter who tries to stop a presidential assassination. Only visible to the public on 5/20/2020; otherwise, one must be a Havok member to read it.
  • “The Will of the Sky”––a short story about a man about to become the elder of his tribe who has to decide whether or not to restore the honor of his son. Second place short story contest winner on Story Embers, a website that strives to help Christian storytellers create better stories.
  • Shards––a novella about a girl caught up in deception and desperate to be free from her controlling father. Published on Journey Online, a website meant to help people find God during hard times and pain. Here is a post explaining more about the story.
  • 101 Words––a website that posts flash fiction daily.
    • “Ache”––a flash fiction story about a woman’s encounter with a grieving family.
    • “Welcome”––a flash fiction story about a college student’s bittersweet welcome home. See my Instagram post for the story behind the story.

I look forward to adding more stories to the list!