A Fall Update

Hello! I’ve been gone for a while and a lot of exciting things have happened over the past six months.

1) I got married on October 1st! It was every bit as magical as I’d hoped it would be. A truly amazing day and week of friends and family and love.

Photo: Gabriel Conover Photography

2) A friend brought me a copy of Cursed Collectibles to sign at the wedding (truly a 10/10 author moment!) and the eBook is now on sale for $0.99 until Halloween.

This is a great time to snag a spooky (but not too scary) eBook of short fiction that is PERFECT for this week leading up to Halloween! 🎃🦇💀

About Cursed Collectibles:

“Spend an afternoon antiquing and it’s not hard to figure out why picking has become one of America’s fondest pastimes. It’s treasure hunting while connecting with history. But what if those treasures hunt us back?

From old books, to vinyl records, antique mirrors, vintage figurines, or a Bob’s Big Boy piggy bank, curses have no limits.”

Top Customer Review:

“Creepy, scary, freak-you out. But in a good way.

I loved the collection of stories. Think little red riding hood meets Stephen King. No, more like Hermione Granger’s wierdo little sister working at Needful Things. Or maybe “The Twilight Zone” in short story form, put together by a group of authors who are totally fine if you’re a bit haunted by the imagery provoked by these tales. Great fun—I highly recommend them!”

Get your copy now!

3) My story, “The Weight of Promises Kept,” was published in the Orpheus + Eurydice Unbound anthology by Air & Nothingness Press earlier this year. Find copies here.

4) I sold another, “Last Light in the Dark,” which was published in an anthology from Third Flatiron, called After the Gold Rush. Get your copy here.

5) My story, “Pour One Out,” was just published in the most recent issue of DreamForge Anvil Magazine. Read it for free online here.

6) This summer, I traveled to England for the wedding of one of best and oldest friends and it was absolutely magical. I loved every second of it and am so, so grateful I was able to go. I even took myself on a mini writing retreat out to the gorgeous Cotswolds.

7) In the middle of all this craziness, I finished the first draft of another book, a science-fiction novel this time. I’ll be starting revisions next month.

I think that’s all the major updates! With wedding season behind me, look for more regular updates and book reviews on the blog again.

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