Monthly Archives: June 2016

Flash Fiction – The Beast

Jake stared at the dead body on the other side of the room. Pale moonlight filtered through one grimy window of the cabin as he stood petrified in the doorway. A curiosity burned in him, but his feet refused to … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction – Unwanted Guests

For this week’s Terrible Minds Flash Fiction Challenge, which must start with someone at the door, I’m sharing a scene from a WIP of mine. If you like what you read here, please check out Ties That Bind. I’ll periodically … Continue reading

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Getting to know all about me (Part 2)

You might have noticed elsewhere on this site that I claimed the title of biological scientist. That falls under the “fact” half of this site. I am, indeed, a practicing molecular developmental biologist. I’ve got my paperwork and everything; it’s … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction – The Writing on the Wall

“Bledsoe, where are you?” Her partner’s voice boomed through her car’s speakers. “I got the text, I’m en route. Did you call him?” “Yeah. No answer, went right to voicemail. The nut turned his phone off.” “That’s one possibility,” Bledsoe … Continue reading

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Fiction interlude!

In which my self-introduction is waylaid by a genuine writing sample! Backstory: I’m a big fan of Chuck Wendig’s blog Terrible Minds (check it out some time; it’s great for laughs and brutally honest advice and observations on writing, society, … Continue reading

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