Short Stories

You may or may not know, but I've had two stories published in the last month. The first, "Red: Mercenary for Hire," is a twisted fairy tale written for the Fairy Tales and Folklore Re-imagined anthology by Between the Lines Press. I've read the first fiftyish pages and the short stories are so imaginative and the poetry is beautifully written. I definitely recommend this book for nearly 500 pages of wonderful storytelling. Who's afraid of the big, bad werewolf? Not you when

Twisted Fairy Tales

An author friend of mine drew my attention to an anthology's call for twisted fairy tales. In other words, we take the creative liberty to add a twist or a new spin on a commonly known fairy tale. Mind became the blend of two fairy tales with the addition of werewolves and vampires. (No, the vampires don't sparkle.) Yes, the short story did take me away from my larger goal of completing the novels, but the practice of exercising my writing brain in a different capacity was en