arid testimony


We had just called it a night. A storm raged outside, wind and rain battling each other to see which was worse. But we were safe in each other’s arms, spooning like we invented it, nuzzled up tight. Sleeping with her, in her home and in her room, meant sleeping on a queen-sized bed. MelanieContinue reading “Half-Fairy”


“Good news” she said. My dad likes you.” “Really? He picked on me all through dinner?” “He wouldn’t do that if he didn’t like you.” “Oh, ok. I’m glad I met him. Now I can give you this.” I showed her the ring. She screamed “YES!” before I could ask. “So this is the guy”Continue reading “Yes”

The Ride

He stared absently out of the window from the backseat of the car as it crept through the city traffic. The billboard lights and neon signs pasted colors on his face, exposing his innermost thoughts and feelings. These hues defined his sense of anger, sorrow, and most of all, envy. The city streets opened upContinue reading “The Ride”


It’s flash fiction, in three parts. They all follow a theme, but should stand alone. As such the order in which they appear shouldn’t matter. Tell me what you think. George stood in the front room of the wooden cabin, a room packed with more memories than furniture. It was gifted to him by hisContinue reading “Cabin”

I’m so excited!

Yesterday I self published my first book. I have no idea how it’s going to do, but I took the first step into being a real author. Of course it doesn’t make me real until I sell my first copy, but still!!! I’m feeling a little giddy about this. I put my baby into theContinue reading “I’m so excited!”

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