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Indies Unlimited 2016 Editors’ Choice Flash Fiction Anthology.

I am pleased to announce that one of my stories has been included in the Indies Unlimited 2016 Editors’ Choice Flash Fiction Anthology. You can get for free today on Amazon. We will also be offering the book for free on … Continue reading

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Coming Soon: In a Cat’s Eye

  Keep a look out for In a Cat’s Eye from Pole to Pole Publishing this fall. It has a fantastic line up of authors, and of my short stories will be purring along with theirs. Don’t let the cover fool you. … Continue reading

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“Ensign Jeffries, there’s been a malfunction,” said Samuels. Teleportation was risky. People used to end up in walls, underground, midair, even floating in space, but there hadn’t been any off world malfunctions like this in years. She glanced at the … Continue reading

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Reading is Fun

We all know the wonders of reading, but reading to live audience is really fun. Here are some pictures from the Young Adventurers reading last week with Austin Camacho. I had a great time reading WOLF DAWN. The Q & A … Continue reading

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YOUNG ADVENTURERS: Heroes, Explorers & Swashbucklers

Available in book stores on December 1. A wonderful collection of stories by eighteen talented authors. Living in a post-pandemic world isn’t easy, especially if you can’t remember your past. Sixteen year old Kara returns to the human world after … Continue reading

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A L Kaplan Wins Flash Fiction Challenge

A L Kaplan is the readers’ choice in this week’s Indies Unlimited Flash Fiction Challenge.

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I backed deeper into dad’s half-collapsed toolshed and prayed Augie would stop counting long enough to turn around. My body screamed for oxygen, but my asthmatic lungs refused to comply. The man stepped with me, keeping the pistol inches from … Continue reading

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