“Welcome to Nail-tique.” A young woman with half her head shaved, the other half with rainbow colored hair down to her waist, gave a smile of pointed green hued teeth. Sara fought a cringe. Style in the future wasn’t something she envied for her grandchildren. This was her first “jump.” Time travel had finally become… Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday: Fashion Forward
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
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!
“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
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!
Hey folks!! Happy news! A Flash Fiction story I wrote for SlasherMonsterMagazine went live last week. You can check it out here. Interesting fact: It's loosely--very loosely--based on something that happened to me in college!! Ha! Enjoy the story!