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Muse’s Success

My series, DON’T READ ME.TXT, has been listed over at Muse’s Success, which is a web fiction wiki. You can find the listing here, and if you’re so inclined, I’d be incredibly appreciative if you’d give it a rating or… Continue Reading →

Flashes of fiction

Hello friends! I have some very exciting news today! Over at 365tomorrows I am being featured for the month of August. The first of four stories when up today, titled “The Love of a Sister”. A new story will be going… Continue Reading →

Mourning Ascension – DON’T READ ME.TXT: Part Five

Check it out! Part five of the riveting cyberpunk coming of age story DON’T READ ME.TXT is now live! This is exciting! In Morning Ascension, Lilith is startled to realize that a full year has passed since her mysterious roommate Oz… Continue Reading →

Resurrecting the Beast – DON’T READ ME.TXT: Part Four

Here lies the corpse of Lilith the Lame. She died as she lived; unwashed and pant-less, sitting in front of her screens regretting her life decisions. Alright, the new story is up! Check out Resurrecting the Beast. In this week’s installment,… Continue Reading →

DON’T READ ME.TXT – Part three: Black Out

Part three of my own going cyberpunk series is now live! In Black Out, Lilith emerges from two months of self-imposed exile only to realize that no matter what she does, she can’t escape Oz’s shadow. Apologies for the delay in posting… Continue Reading →

DON’T READ ME.TXT – Part Two: This is Your Wake Up Call

Part two of my ongoing series is now live. This Is You Wake Up Call picks up six months after the catastrophic events of DON’T READ ME.TXT. Lilith is still trying to figure out how to go on with her… Continue Reading →

DON’T READ ME.TXT relaunch

It’s been up on the site for a little while now, but I thought I’d properly introduce the revised version of DON’T READ ME.TXT. This is the first installment of an eight part series about a young woman named Lilith… Continue Reading →

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