Sixteen Cover Smashbooksresizean ebook, free download here

What’s it like to lose your father at 16 or fall for a man 16 years your senior? Be stuck in a small town for too long or have to leave a place after too little? Lose your innocence to sin or gain strength through weakness? Sixteen brings together 16 vignettes of experiences in love and loss. Part fiction, part not, the anthology collects the truths of what it means to love and lose, want and wonder…how we are never the same once everything changes.

His ‘n Hers

his&hers logoa novella

His ‘n Hers recounts the memory of an affair from both perspectives.  In real time and situations, readers can experience what is going on in ‘her’ head, then ‘his,’ or choose to read all of ‘her’ story first, then ‘his.’ The point is that two people within the same experience are never having the same one, that we must listen and love people how they need to be loved and not the way we do.

in development

I Eat Oranges from my Tree, What More Could I Need?

a children’s story

Rat rattles off lists of toys which he thinks Girl needs.  Girl reminds Rat that she already has everything she needs, especially since she can eat oranges off her tree.

Currently seeking a publisher.

Sole Mates

a children’s story

A sock makes his way back to his match after being separated from her on laundry day.

Currently seeking a publisher.

Five Leaves Left

Five Leaves Left

Five Leaves Left

a collection of short stories originally published by The Antar Press – to purchase the ebook, click here.

Ten Short Stories that use Nick Drake’s 1969 debut album Five Leaves Left as a launchpad and soon leave their birthplace far behind in an eclectic tour ’round the world.


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