Who doesn't like a good story every now and then? Sometimes, after a hectic day of rushing around, de-compressing is necessary. Some people do this by having a stiff drink, indulging in chocolate cake, or going for a long walk. But for those of you who would like to take a healthier approach to unwinding, (walking IS healthy, but not when the roads and sidewalks are covered in a layer of ice), picking up some good fiction is just the thing to take your mind off the craziness for a little while.
On this page are some links to short stories that I have written over the years. Though I love to read a good story, I also love to write them when the inspirations hit. The stories below range from science fiction to contemporary literature, and encompass both action-packed suspense and literary fiction. They are shorter stories that range from 20 pages up to 60 pages, but can be read in one or two sittings, perfect for when you want to snuggle up with a hot cocoa for about an hour or are just taking an extra long lunch break and need to think of something else other than your workplace for a bit. Just click on a photo below to read that story, and if you feel so inclined, I am always open to feedback on the stories you find here. So, get cozy with that blanket and enjoy some good reading!
Enlightened by the Digital Boy
Megan, a midwestern transplant to the big city, seeks to find her true identity amidst betrayal, societal scorn, and an ever elusive boy behind the digital screen of her cell phone.
O Great and Dreadful Day
Something big is coming, but no one has any idea just how terrible it will be when it arrives. Join two travelers as they navigate through a doomed world in an attempt to escape, gathering as many as they can to take with them before a mysterious blindness traps them forever.
A contemporary story that explores the idiosyncrasies of friendship in its many forms, highlighting on one of the most important friendships of our lives - the one we have with our own selves - and how it dictates the way we treat those in the world around us.