Guest Blog, Uncategorized

The Secret of Your Success–AlmostAnAuthor

Hello CF world! My latest fantasy/sci-fi blog post has gone live over at AlmostAnAuthor. *jumps up and down in excitement* This month isn't necessarily about craft. Rather, my words are meant to be encouraging in this uncertain world of writing and publishing. It's no secret that it's becoming more difficult to get published in Christian… Continue reading The Secret of Your Success–AlmostAnAuthor

Flash Fiction, Uncategorized

Flash Fiction Friday: Betrayal

“I can’t betray him,” Rocky said. Simon groaned. “I told you, it’s not a betrayal. It’s just a little fun. Besides, why are you so loyal to the guy? He’s not that devoted to you.” “What do you mean? Taylor’s my best friend.” “Really? Would a best friend ignore you for weeks without explanation?” Rocky… Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: Betrayal

CF News, Uncategorized

February Caffeinated Fiction Update!

Hello friends! I haven't forgotten my monthly update. *wink, wink* This past month was just as exciting as January. Read on to find out what I've been up to! Here's what I submitted this month: I found out the flash fiction piece I submitted to Untold Podcast in January is a finalist in the Good… Continue reading February Caffeinated Fiction Update!

Flash Fiction, Uncategorized

Flash Fiction Friday: Hibernation Technology

“Mama, when will we get to meet Granny?” Benny sat a little higher in his booster seat in the back of the car. At eight, he could barely see her reflection in the rearview mirror. Susan bit her lip and concentrated on the traffic. “As soon as the UWG—the United World Government—finishes building the colony,… Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: Hibernation Technology

Contests, Flash Fiction, Uncategorized

Untold Podcast–“Serpent Quest” Feature and Time to Vote!

It's open! It's open! The voting is open on Untold podcast! *throws confetti* You might remember a post from a couple weeks ago about my excitement over one of my recent flash fiction stories. (Check out the post here, if you missed it!) To sum it up, my story, Serpent Quest, is a finalist in the Good… Continue reading Untold Podcast–“Serpent Quest” Feature and Time to Vote!

Book Reviews, Uncategorized

The Hunt for Reclaiming Shilo Snow Scavenger Hunt Tour and Book Review

Hey guys! I'm so excited to be part of something super special this week! Today I get to share a book review from the amazing Mary Weber! Reclaiming Shilo Snow is my favorite book from Mary Weber to date, so being a part of this blog tour makes it extra special. Read on for the book review… Continue reading The Hunt for Reclaiming Shilo Snow Scavenger Hunt Tour and Book Review

Flash Fiction, Uncategorized

Flash Fiction Friday: Wash, Rinse, Repeat

Amelia walked the familiar route to work just like she did every Tuesday. Down Sixth Street, west on College Avenue, to the corner stop light on Trade Street. A March chill forced her to pull her coat tighter. She frowned. The light turned green, she stepped off the curb— Only to be yanked back onto… Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: Wash, Rinse, Repeat

Contests, Uncategorized

Untold Podcast–Good Snakes Flash Fiction Feature!

You guys!!! I can't tell you how excited I am right now. *happy dance* *squeal* Remember that contest I told you about a couple weeks ago? (This would be the one I entered at the end of last year and recently found out I had advanced to the final round! Eep!) Well, my flash fiction story… Continue reading Untold Podcast–Good Snakes Flash Fiction Feature!

Guest Blog, Uncategorized

The Bones of Your Fantasy World

Happy February! Can you believe it's almost Valentine's Day? *blink blink* Twenty-eighteen is certainly in full swing! Which means another one of my posts over at AlmostAnAuthor has gone live. *skip and flip!* You can check it out here. How about you? How is your writing going so far this year? Do you have a solid plot… Continue reading The Bones of Your Fantasy World

Flash Fiction, Uncategorized

Flash Fiction Friday: Pr-hog-nosticate

“Will you just come out, Philip?” Hazel crosses her arms with a huff. “No.” His voice is squeaky. “I’m too afraid.” “We’ve been through this. There’s nothing to be afraid of.” She sinks to her knees so she can see him eye-to-eye. “What if I see it?” His voice trembles but she sees movement from… Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: Pr-hog-nosticate