My short story, Crystal Ball, was recently reprinted on the blog of a fellow Georgia writer. Exploring Expression is a site that promotes learning and growth through the art of expression. Check it out! #DayofSelfExpression May 27, 2017 – Crystal Ball
What began as a 10-minute writing exercise has turned into a great opportunity for my first non-fiction piece. "Colors of My Memories" was originally published on the Life in 10 Minutes website in March 2016. I was later notified that it was selected for print publication in the 9 Lives: A Life in 10 Minutes … Continue reading Publication update: “Colors of My Memories”
I'm very pleased to update that my short fiction piece, "My Father's Darkness" was chosen as the second place finalist in the short fiction competition hosted by Dean Charlton's From The Horse's Mouth web magazine. The story can be found in the February 2017 issue.
There is an amazing Facebook group of writers called the Fiction Writers Group [FWG] that hosted a call for holiday-themed drabbles (100 words). I'm pleased to be one of the contributors to the anthology, All I Want for Christmas... which can be found on Amazon. My piece, "Predictable Treasures" is a nonfiction reflection of childhood Christmas gifts.
My flash fiction piece, "Mother's Dresses" was published online at Spider Road Press' website today. This piece was also named Honorable Mention in their 2016 Spider's Web Flash Fiction prize. It is also scheduled to release in their annual print anthology in late 2017. This is one of my favorite pieces that I've written!
I'm so excited to update that my first poetry publication is in print! I was a contributor with "More Portions than Chairs" to Marfa House's holiday anthology, The Magic of the Seasons, which can be found here on Amazon. The poem is a free verse piece that is very dear to me, as it is based on … Continue reading Publication: “More Portions than Chairs”
It's the end of October again and National Novel Writing Month [NaNoWriMo] is on the horizon. Writers from all over the world have the opportunity to network with other writers or go solo in tackling the challenge of writing 50,000 words during the month of November. Word counters and charts on the website serve as … Continue reading NaNoWriMo!