A new story–for free–every Friday
Because I think we could all use some love, compassion, and kindness in 2020.
For October, it’s ghosts and witches and things that go bump in the night.
10/23: The Ghost Must Go On
10/16: Abandonment Issues
For September, it’s stories about dragons and trolls (although not necessarily at the same time).
9/25: Dragon’s End
9/18: The Miller’s Daughter
9/11: The Troll in IT
9/4: Fire and Ivy
For August, it’s stories about battles, real and imagined, and which ones are worth fighting.
8/28: Letters of Smoke and Ash
For July, I offered up a serial story. You can read a segment at a time or download the ebook from BookFunnel (link good until the end of 2020).
In a Manner of Speaking:
June is all about paths and predicaments, of finding your way out or back home again.
6/26: The Way Home
6/19: Like Bread Loves Salt
6/12: Straying from the Path
May is all about odds and ends, those strange little stories that sometimes pop into my head.
5/8: What Little Remains
5/1: The Potato Bug War
April is all about fairy tale retellings.
4/24: Cheating Death
4/3: Crying Wolf
For March, it’s all about strange and surprising connections, unexpected friendships and traditions.
3/27: A Measure of Sorrow
3/20: Insidious Beasts
3/6: Keeping Time
It’s all about love this month–romantic love, star-crossed love, a bit of unrequited love.
2/28: The Goblin and the Pixie
January’s stories are a mix of sibling love, surprising friendships, and cautionary tales of workplace romances.
1/3: Gretel and Hansel
1/17: Dragon’s Bane
1/24: Rules for Visiting Hades
1/31: Moving Day