Here’s where you can find my stories (or could have found them, in the case of some out-of-print publications). Most recent publications are at the top; oldest are at the bottom.
My currently in print short story collections and novels are available in digital and print formats through Lulu, Barnes and Noble, Amazon, and your favorite independent or large chain book seller world-wide. A selection of short stories are available to read on this site under the My Fiction category in the right sidebar.
Whenever possible, my indie published books are available in both digital and print formats. I would love to do audio formats as well, because I’m a fan of accessibility, but I have no clue what I’m doing on that front.
Indie Published Works
It Sounds Familiar
The sequel to Something Familiar, a young adult contemporary fantasy novel, came out in both eBook and trade paperback in the spring of 2020. This continues the story of a Parisian witch and her shapeshifter familiar as they deal with anti-shifter bigotry in school and the greater community.
It is available from Lulu (ePub and trade paperback), Barnes and Noble (Nook and trade paperback), Rakuten/Kobo (ePub ebook format), Apple iBookstore, and Amazon (Kindle and trade paperback). This book is available worldwide, so please check your favorite local or online purveyor of books.
My debut young adult contemporary fantasy novel came out in both eBook and trade paperback in the spring of 2019. This story follows a witch on her search for a familiar and a shapeshifter’s search for a home.
It is available from Lulu (ePub and trade paperback), iBookstore, Barnes & Noble (Nook and trade paperback), Amazon (Kindle and trade paperback), and Rakuten Kobo (ePub). It has worldwide availability, so feel free to check your favorite local online book purveyor as well.
Practice to Believe
My second young adult short story collection was published in paperback format in September 2015. It came out in digital format in May 2019. In the shadowy reaches of these eight stories, good and evil is not always clear cut, and initial perceptions can be misleading. Several of these stories originate within a popular fairy tale before leaving the familiar path to explore new territory.
It is available through Lulu, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Rakuten Kobo, and iBookstore. It has worldwide availability, so feel free to check your favorite local online book seller.
Magic Mischief & Mayhem: A collection of magical works
My first young adult short story collection was published in December 2013. The greatest adventures of wonder lie between childhood and adulthood. The heroes and heroines of these seven stories embark on fantastical journeys of discovery as they find out just who they are and what their destinies are. Along the way, evil and not-so-evil obstacles stand in their way and magic plays a major role.
It is available in digital and print format from Lulu, Barnes and Noble, and Amazon.
Short Story Publications
February 2014 – my short story “Trope Quest” appeared in Tales of the Unanticipated issue 31, edited by Eric M. Heideman and published by TOTU Ink.
November 2008 – my fractured fairy tale short story “What Large Teeth” appeared in the all wolf story anthology WolfSongs Volume 1, edited by M.H.Bonham and published by WolfSinger Publications.
November 2008 – my fantasy short story “Der Erlkönig” appeared in Tales of the Unanticipated issue 29, edited by Eric M. Heideman and published by TOTU Ink.
July 2007 – my urban fantasy short story “Deputy Death” appeared in Tales of the Unanticipated issue 28, edited by Eric M. Heideman and published by TOTU Ink.
October 2005 – my science fiction short story “Transgenesis Meeses” appeared in Tales of the Unanticipated issue 26, edited by Eric M. Heideman and published by TOTU Ink.
August 2004 – my horror erotica short story “Meeting Mother” appeared in Tales of the Unanticipated issue 25, edited by Eric M. Heideman and published by TOTU Ink.
November 2001 – my flash dark fiction story “The Beach” appeared on Fearsmag.com.
August 2000 – my high fantasy short story “Dragon Tale” appeared in the DragonCon chapbook Do Virgins Taste Better, edited by Celia L. Badon and published by 7-Realms Publishing Corp. Celia also bought rights to publish “Dragon Tale” in her magazine Seven Realms, and I even got to see the page proofs, but the magazine went under due to financial woes (launching a business is extra hard when your friends embezzle from you).