Night At The Library
This story won first place in the 2011 Sumner, Washington, Write in the Valley Short Story Contest. Read it here.
Under a Molten Sky
This is a short story I entered into the
Wil Wheaton/John Scalzi Fan Fiction Contest to Benefit the Lupus Alliance of America in June 2010. I love reading John Scalzi’s stuff, and this just seemed like a fun contest to enter. I haven’t written a lot of short story material before, but it was surprisingly easy to keep it short (though I hit the 2000 word limit exactly). In fact, I might be tempted to write more shorts and enter them into contests in the future. Read the Whole Story
18 Years Old, Never Kissed a Girl
A story based on the song “38 Years Old, Never Kissed a Girl” by The Tragically Hip.
I started writing this story in 1997 while living in Colorado, but it wasn’t until February 2009 that I finished it. It gnawed at me for a quite a while. In 2013, I made a major editing pass through it and published it as a serial novella on my blog.
I wrote this story in 1997 while living in Colorado.
James and His Mission
A story I wrote in high school back in 1986 that is pretty juvenile, but I like it because it was one of those eye openers for me where I really started to focus on the descriptive
The Legend of the Wolf
When a mob hit man inadvertently attacks a werewolf on the prowl, the hunter becomes the hunted.
Written in high school in 1987, this was my first novelette.