The Missing Word


  For your reading pleasure, here’s a short story about a woman who meets a monster in her filing cabinet, published in Short Fiction Break. Enjoy!


Little Decisions

Woman feeling regret

  Short Fiction Break has published my short story about redemption! You can read Little Decisions here. Make sure you leave me a comment to let me know what you think. Enjoy!


The Significance of Snapdragons


This story was originally published in Short Fiction Break on April 10, 2018. Enjoy! My neck tensed, and I felt a tingling sensation spread between my shoulder blades as I dropped the can of spray…

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Falling Down to the Stars

Starry Night Sky

  Here’s a short story I wrote that was originally published in Short Fiction Break. Enjoy! Gritting her teeth, Nadia seized her knife and viciously swung it, chopping down hard. Another potato fell apart in…

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The Significance of Snapdragons


  I took a chance and entered a fantasy story in The Write Practice’s spring contest. You can read The Significance of Snapdragons over at Short Fiction Break, where all the contest stories were published….

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Death of an Alien


  A short sci-fi story for your reading pleasure. The windshield wipers barely kept up with the downpour. Natalie leaned over the steering wheel to peer into the darkness. She strained to see the faint…

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The Sacrifice

Businesswoman against backdrop of gears

What would you do if you were asked to fire someone unjustly? This piece of flash fiction explores that question.  Rachel stared at the phone in her hand, then let it drop into her lap….

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The Search for a Resentment-Free Gift

Wrapped gifts

  Choosing Christmas gifts for most people on my list is a joy. From time to time, though, I confess to a little resentment. Not at all the right spirit, I’m afraid. So for all…

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The Alarm Jarred Me Awake

Line of Alarm Clocks

Ever feel like you’re behind and can never catch up? Here’s a short story you may relate to. I let out a sigh when I see the flashing lights in my rear-view mirror. Seriously? I…

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Falling Down to the Stars


In the spirit of not passing up an adventure, I entered The Write Practice’s Fall Writing Contest. Even though writing short stories is tough for me. Maybe my mind is just too complicated (or I…

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