My Stories

Published Work

SPLINTERS ebook coverSPLINTERS, a suspenseful Contemporary Western Romance novel about a male model and a cowboy overcoming a dangerous obstacle to their powerful love story. Click here for buy links and more information.

A Work-in-Progress

OF BEARS AND ELVES AND MONSTERS DIRE (OBEMD) is the story of Wells Granger, a man who’s recently getting his life going where he wants it to, and the very bad problem lurking under the beds of everyone in his new apartment building. Oh, and the sexy elf who, with Wells’ help, will save them all.

WHEN CHRISTOPHER MET HERMAN is the beginning of an unfinished story that was a class assignment to write the moment when two characters meet for the first time.

Available Free Stories

Flash Fiction Holiday Blog Hop 2014
Look for posts on author sites published 1-7 December 2014
  • BOYS ON A TRAIN – blog post link
    This is a little free story I wrote for the YA LGBT group in Goodreads based on a photo they put up as a writing prompt. I really liked writing it and loved how the photo just gave me this idea like it did. :) I may have to do more of these.
  • READING IS SEXY – blog post link
    Inspired by a photo of Jensen Ackles reading a book and looking utterly lickable (could be a manip, I don’t know), I wrote about a committed couple and their impending marriage…before for which they’ve been celibate for far too long.
  • TOAST TO LOVE – Goodreads “writings” link
    Another little free story I wrote based on a photo prompt on Cryselle’s Bookshelf. Again, it was really fun to see that guy’s face and get a small story just by wondering why he’s there and who he’s thinking about or looking at.
  • GET ME IN THE BOAT – Goodreads book listing link
    I originally offered this as a prize for a Hop Against Homophobia winner with a cover I designed from a photo I took while camping with Jazz last year. This version has a different cover and is available as a PDF, MOBI, or ePUB so you can have little ol’ me on your ereader!
  • SEA GOD’S SACRIFICE – blog post link (in 4 parts)
    A free short story inspired by a photo that helped get me over the post-Splinters slump in my writing. I’m cured! ;)
  • SEEING THE REAL YOU – blog post link
    My contribution to the 2014 Flash Fiction Holiday Blog Hop where participants were required to use the same photo for inspiration in addition to a winter holiday theme, a bad boy character, and a gift of some kind. Now transitioning, Claude just wants to be seen for the boy he really is.
    This was my first flash fiction with a group of authors who share photos for inspiration. Since it’s of two cowboys backlit on the range, where else could I go but back into SPLINTERS for a very special visit with Al and Duke ;)
  • BEVAN’S BUTTONS – blog post link
    A bit of photo-inspired flash fiction of a guy running after an escaped Chihuahua for the sake of his new relationship. Includes a link to another story by a different author who was inspired by the same photo.
  • BOYS LIKE BOUQUETS TOO – blog post link
    Another photo-inspired flash fiction where Anderson isn’t quite sure if he should bring flowers to Roger on their first official date. Roger happily explains.

A note about downloading: I’m using Google Drive to make the files available. You don’t have to have a Google account to download any of them, just the link to the specific file. WordPress won’t let me upload them in here, but they’re available at Goodreads now too :)

6 thoughts on “My Stories

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  2. Carey

    Loved Get Me In The Boat, it is on my nook…thank you very much :) I will be checking back to read anymore stories you put out!


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