A new story–for free–every Friday
Because I think we could all use some love, compassion, and kindness in 2020.
The stories will remain here on my blog to read for free.
If you like, you can also get them to go for your e-reader (and in print as well).
For December, it’s stories about helpers, magical and otherwise
12/25: Heart of a Pirate King
12/18: Flowers & Stones
12/11: Inside Out
12/4: Simon the Cold
For November, it’s stories of saying goodbye, letting things go, and endings that bring about new beginnings.
11/6: Aleag the Great
11/20: The Maze
11/27: Heart Whisper
For October, it’s ghosts and witches and things that go bump in the night.
10/30: The Mad Scientist Next Door
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