“Table for One” is another story told in exactly 100 words. It was published today by The Drabble and may be read on their website:
I’m really pleased to announce that my short story, “Going Home” has been published by the Furtive Dalliance Literary Review and is available now at Amazon:
This is the poignant story of a young woman who discovers that you cannot really go home again because much of what (and who) you remember simply isn’t there anymore.
Please check also with the Furtive Dalliance website here: https://furtivedalliance.com/2018/06/17/issue-two-summer-2018-2/
I am so pleased and, yes, excited to announce that my story, “Black and White” is now available in the Clarendon House anthology, Carrier Wave.
This is a story (in 3 small chapters) told with humor and yet it has a deeper meaning. It follows two hapless guys in their efforts as private detectives. I hope you will enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it.
This anthology is available in both the Kindle edition at Amazon:
And in the paperback edition at Clarendon House:
I’m very excited to announce the recent publication of my short story, “The Collection,” in the Scarlet Leaf Review. It has just been published in their May 2018 issue:
This small piece is called a “Drabble:” A story in 100 words, exactly. I have not written anything as brief as this before and must say that it was fun to write, as well as a challenge. I hope you will enjoy it:
I’m most excited to announce that “The Vanishing of M. Renoir” has been accepted for the Vortex anthology by Clarendon House now available in both the paperback and the Kindle digital edition.
This is one of my favorite short stories. I sometimes wonder where it came from. I’ve heard Stephen King in his talks say that people often ask, “Where do you get your ideas?” And his answer, mostly, is the same as mine: I just don’t know. Could be anywhere. Sometimes a spark just happens and there you are. But this one, The Vanishing of M. Renoir, is a complete mystery to me. One day I sat down to write and there it was. That was one of my lucky days.
Visit here for links to both the Kindle and the Paperback editions:
Do be aware that this link will direct you to the .uk Amazon website for the Kindle edition. So update your Amazon site if you live in the US.
I’m so very excited to announce that my short story, “The Cleaner” (originally published by Tuck Magazine) was published on the first of May by a wonderful publisher: Literally Stories. This website publishes quality fiction and I’m very proud that they have included my work for a second time with this publication.
I was also overwhelmed to read there the following review: