I encourage you to visit your local bookstore, including M and M Books in Cedar Rapids, to purchase your copy of Running Wild Press’s second volume of collected stories. This is the only place to read my story “Idylls of the King!” But if you have to buy it from Amazon, so be it.
Check it out! My story “Snake Charmer” is in this issue of Saw Palm out of the University of South Florida!
You can buy my poetry collection Rustle on Amazon by clicking here. In this collection I explore the midwestern experience, motherhood, the heartbreaking profession of teaching, pioneer ancestors, love, and aging through the constraints of traditional form.
My Christmas-themed horror story “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year” can be found this month in the journal Intellectual Refuge. Click here.
Check out my short story “Our Lady of the Crossroads” in Issue #2 of Wizards in Space Literary Magazine. Buy your copy here!
Humans Wanted is a human-positive science fiction anthology where my story “A Second Zion” will be featured. Get your copy here!
My poetry appears in Volume 69 and 70 of the poetry anthology Lyrical Iowa.
I blog monthly for the parenting website mom.me. Check out my posts!
I have two ongoing novels that I update on Wattpad. You can read about 8 chapters of each. I have a Snowzilla thriller featuring a hapless psychic running around a snow-choked metropolis, and a YA supernatural thriller about a teenage necromancer dealing with ghosts and his powers. Check it out! So much to read!
One of the greatest moments of my writing career was being published online by Big World Network. I have learned so much by being involved with BWN, but unfortunately, it will not be hosted after the first of the year. The very hardworking editor and CEO were unable to make the site viable, but it’s possible that it may be reborn as a non-profit. So for now, my gritty Cinderella reboot “Harvest of Ash” is on hiatus. Read the first two seasons here, and stay tuned — I am actively writing the end of the story, and it will appear SOMEWHERE at some point. Thank you, BWN, especially Amanda, for all you’ve taught me!