no live shows scheduled.
a special 10% discount on all digital eBooks from
her Facebook fan page, only for fans!
Become a Fan
Promote Your Page Too
Most Devout Coward now available for Pre-Order!
release on September 1, two full weeks before the
book's official September 15 release, reserve your copy now. Go
here to choose your version and check out with PayPal.
sells four-comedic short-stories in one-month!
been busy submitting her comedy pieces to traditional
publishers, and has sold a total of three to periodicals
within the month of April.
has been purchased by The Cynic Online and
appears in the May 16 issue. This roaring
comedic essay is about her nine-year-old crush on
the two actors from Emergency!--Randolph Mantooth,
who played the rambunctious and adorable John Gage,
and Kevin Tighe, who played his shyer but level-headed
partner, Roy DeSoto. Little did she know, this would
also turn into her very first stalking case. You
can get it here.
Me Miss, But Are Those Your Knickers in the Sink?
was also purchased by The Cynic Online at
the same time, and will appear in their June 16
issue. (Check back for details as to when and where
they're available.) This comedic essay is about
the time she was recently homeless and lived in
her Volvo with her two cats, both of whom she still
has. This essay will also appear in the fall issue
of The Dark Comedy Review, so it will see
print twice this year.
the fictional story based on her real-life experiences
in living with Systemic Lupus, has been purchased
for publication by Breath and Shadow magazine,
a magazine specifically written for and by people
with disabilities. It will appear in their
fall, 2011 issue.
To Keep Away The Chill
to the numerous requests from my readers, I've now
released a collection of short-stories set solely
in the reign of Queen Victoria. They range
from the plains in America and country folk, to
high-Society London, England.
A Shadow’s Passing is the quintessential gothic ghost story, with misdirection
and surprises--the perfect steampunk genre story. If you like stories from The
Oxford Collection of Victorian Ghost Stories, then you’ll love this one. Find
out what happens when Mrs. Trumador’s maid doesn’t show up for work on Monday as
To Keep Away The Chill--this title story settles on a plains
family faced with the ultimate disaster...in mid-Winter with no resourced but
their own family.
A Most Traditional Christmas takes us to London,
England and high-Society, and Ella Washington. When her Reverend father dies,
and she discovers her Faith was wrapped up in him, she’s now faced with a major
A Sleep To Startls Us is my lauded short-story
about Charles Dickens and his trip to the Field Lane Ragged School. After
witnessing the abject pain and suffering of so many, he decides never to write
again--long before he ever wrote A Christmas Carol. But a meeting one night with
his own soon-to-be-written fictional ghost changes Dickens forever. Titled after
an actual Dickens essay, this short weaves historical fact with the magic
question, “What if?”
Stone Witch--in 1817 in Robertson County, Tennessee,
a prairie family is tormented by a dark entity, that eventually reveals itself
as Kate Batts, a well-known witch of the town of Adams. She soon becomes known
as The Bell Witch. This is a fictional account of one of those hauntings that
lasted for four-years, based on the true story. For more information on this
very real and highly-documented and witnessed event, visit
The Tapestry takes us on a journey through one
woman’s life. A literary fiction that uses three short-stories, it follows the
life of Jane, a young girl who dreamed of mighty things, until one tragic event
changed that dynamic forever, to an unavoidable end.
Secrets is my
previously-published Victorian short that centres on the dark theme of
addiction--a malady that was never spoken of in the time, and how one woman ends
up entagled is a web of deceit of her own making in an attempt to cover that
addiction. Published in January, 2011 by the prestigious Copperfield
Excerpt from The Gaslight Journal--Chapter One included. Reviews
have been comparing it to Jane Austen, so if you love her, you’ll love this
novel. This is Book I of The Gaslight Series, with Book II, The Lady's Maid,
coming in 2012.
Keep Away The Chill
is now available for download through the links
just published by The Copperfield Review
Victorian short-story, entitled SECRETS,
has just been published in the 10th Anniversary
Edition of The
Copperfield Review, a prestigious and long-standing
periodical publisher of historical fiction. You
may enjoy the fiction edition here,
and the story for free, here.
returns to University on June 6!
accepted as a degree candidate in Astrophysics and
Applied Mathematics at Tennesse Tech University.
crossed the finish line 5 days early with 51,000
featured author on 11/19/10. See it here.
Gaslight Journal nominated
for book-of-the-day for October 25, 2010
hired as Nashville Comedy Examiner
to be featured columnist set for Jan. 5