Hi everyone! A while back I posted that I had just finished my tragic sci-fi novella, The Tragedy of Gamma XA-113. I'm proud to say it's finally published and available for you to read right now on Amazon Kindle! https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08M9PYN41/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=the+tragedy+of+gamma&qid=1604070511&sr=8-1 Here's the description: Lightyears away from home, two sisters' fractured relationship is tested when one… Continue reading Novella: The Tragedy of Gamma XA-113
[LEAH FAIRCHILD’S COMPUTER>>PROGRAM PC0.0][DATE>>12/21/2023][TIME>>02:37, PST] >>LEAH Persistent vegetative state. The doctors said that I had no awareness. They said I couldn’t recognize even my own husband. They said it was a mercy to let me die. Before administering the drugs that would kill me, Arien hovered at the edge of my bed. His white coat… Continue reading Virtual Heaven
Hey everyone! I'm so proud to announce that I recently published two of my short stories: Elise and Sunlight. You can buy the Kindle format on Amazon for just 99 cents, or read them free through Kindle Unlimited! Check out the covers I designed below! You can click on the images and access the preview.… Continue reading I Just Published Two Short Stories!
Inspired by one of my dreams, from a few days ago. I'm honestly confused as to what exactly it means . . . Grey water, a sheen of rainbow oil threaded through it, lapped at my neck. A cold chill nipped at my skin, but inside I was impervious to it. The sinking ferry, yards… Continue reading Water and Storybooks
A veteran goldfish recounts his life. Based on a true story.
I will never guess wrong. Even if the teacher sears me to death with his gaze, if I rot in my chair, or if I make a fool of myself by keeping silent, I will never guess wrong. My heart thuds beneath my ribcage, a cold sweat breaks out on my palms, and I can… Continue reading Guessing Wrong