For the next three weeks, I will be posting my three-part short story, Song of the Dryad. Enjoy. Note: This story is an expansion of 9 Shining Jewels Summary: The Northern Hunt has been out for the blood of all magical creatures for as long as Shanya can remember, but as beings whose sole purpose is to… Continue reading Song of the Dryad Part One: The Dryad
This week, I have some exciting news to share that I've been keeping under wraps for a while until things are finalized. I'm being published! One of my flash fictions, Unknown Adventures, is being included in the eighth issue of Fantasia Divinity Magazine along with seven other pieces from talented authors. It will be released… Continue reading I’m Being Published!
I have decided to finish both parts of The Fantome Queen before posting any more as I want it to be the best it can be. I will still be posting other flash fics in the meantime. This flash fiction was inspired by a prompt in a Daily Flash Fiction Group on Facebook. Thanks to my awesome… Continue reading Prom Panic
Hey everyone. I feel really bad about not posting lately, so this week, I’m going to try to offer two flash fictions. This first one is something I wrote for a creative writing class. The prompt was to write about a teenager discovering they have superpowers using a point of view I’ve never used before.… Continue reading Trip through Time
Sorry about the lack of flash fiction last week, but in exchange, I’m posting two this week. One today and one tomorrow. 2/25/16 prompt from Daily Flash Fiction Prompts on FB: First line: The body lay crumpled in the corner… Genre: romance story use the words "milkshake, pogo stick, Cadillac, Winchester, glue stick" somewhere in… Continue reading Homecoming Hijinks
“Ben?” Gena called, leaning over the arm of the couch and pecking him on the lips to draw his attention away from the game on T.V. “Hi, honey,” he murmured as a small smile curved onto his lips at the unexpected kiss. “What’s up?” Gena came around to stand next to him. She fiddled with… Continue reading “DNA Doesn’t Make a Family, Love Does” -Lena Adams, The Fosters