My Flash Fiction Story of 1000 Words “Breathe” Was Published Today

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My flash fiction story of 1000 words “Breathe” was published today. “Breathe” is one of those stories that just poured out of me. I sent it to dozens of magazines before Flash Fiction Online picked it up. I loved this story and wanted it to succeed so bad, and I’m honored that it was published and made available for the world to see. It’s a… 

My Story “Gravity Pulls Down” Was Published as a Podcast in StarShipSofa

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I’m pretty proud of this podcast story. A lot of work went into this short story. “Gravity Pulls Down” is about an addict addicted to a new drug called Gravity that has some strange effects. Here’s a snippet of the story. Gravity Pulls Down Big four-eyed bastard with a chest like a moon tug what calls himself Red pushes the Gravity dish into my fingers.… 

How to Build an Author Platform

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I recently was invited by Writing Workshops Dallas to write a blog post on how to build an author platform. I included everything I’ve learned over the years in digital marketing. Check it out here.

My Story “Black Glass” was published in Issue 24 of Pulp Literature

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Pulp Literature is one of my favorite Canadian lit mags and does an excellent job of supporting writers from all over the world. I’m particularly grateful that they chose to publish my story Black Glass. They’ve been extremely supportive and helpful throughout the publication process. You can read my story Black Glass by purchasing Issue 24 here. This story was reviewed by R. Graeme Cameron… 

My Story “Correction” Was Published in Factor Four Magazine

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Factor Four Magazine has been super supportive of my writing and is an incredible venue. I’m disappointed that it had to close down but hopeful it may be revived someday. While quite short, this story traces the current trends in incarceration in the United States to their logical conclusion, particularly condemning the attitude promoting/fetishizing punishment (and not rehabilitation) that is prevalent in our country. Correction…