New short story collection available now.
Stories from My Brain Tumors
Just released is Stories from My Brain Tumors.
This book is filled with stories that I wrote just before and just after having brain surgery for metastatic breast cancer that spread to my brain. I’ve had people ask me what it was like not having full control of my body and brain during that time.
I don’t remember much, but I do remember that it was scary, so I wrote during those months. The words that came out in my writing can best express what I was going through because, honestly, I don’t remember much from that time.
I tried to leave the stories untouched, aside from fixing spelling mistakes, I did not edit them any further. I let the weird run wild through these stories. I have no idea what order these were written in, so they are just alphabetical by title.
If you’re curious about what goes through someone’s mind around the time of brain surgery, be sure to check it out.
I’m going to take a break from blogging for a while. I want to focus on my health and get restarted on my short stories and books. I might post occasionally, so don’t go away. But I just need a time-out and some time to get focused. I will still be reachable on Facebook, but I will be posting less often there too for the time being.
My first SciFi Collection!
Monsters & Reapers & Ghosts, Oh My!
This short story collection is filled with stories written about monsters, ghosts, and all sorts of other creepy creatures. Also included at the very end is The Wild Hunt trilogy in its entirety with all of its monsters and hunters.
Included in this collection are flash fiction stories as well as much longer stories.
Some of the stories in here end well, and others end a little more tragically. I don’t know that there is anything truly frightening or horrific here, but for those of you who are familiar with my other work, this volume is not necessarily for younger readers. I tend to shy away from blood and gore in my writing, but some of the imagery may be too intense for very young or sensitive readers.
Available today in electronic and paperback versions.