, Heart of a Child 2Anthology: Heart of a Child, published in March 2018.
“Whether you want to take a trip through time, go on an adventure in your back yard, or feel a burst of excitement only to return to an adult reality, each story has something for every reader who wants to feel like a child or be part of a life many children have led before.
This anthology features many stories about young hearts and some written for young-at-hearts. These tales will make any reader feel nostalgic or even open their eyes to something they never considered—something that will challenge their view of what childhood can really be like.”
I have two stories in this: Tell Us a Story, Pa and Goodnight – and God be with you all. These are my first two published stories.
Click here to take to Amazon, where you can purchase a paperback OR Kindle edition. All profits go to the charity Children of the Nations.Picture for Blog
Anthology: Ink Dreams, published in April 2019.
“Dreams are mysterious creatures. Follow them through the pages of this book as you rediscover confidence in your abilities, pick up the pieces when things fall apart, and bring your fears to life with the flick of a pen. In this third anthology from members of Authors’ Tale, twenty stories question what it means to dream and what truths are linked to our souls. Each tale is a line drawn by an author daring you to cross. Accept the challenge, turn the page, and face the story that awaits within.”
I have two stories in this anthology: Follow the Light and Where Dreams Die. The latter story is one of the three featured stories in this anthology. Click here to purchase your paperback or Kindle edition.

Tell Us a Story coverShort Story: Tell Us a Story, Pa. Published as a stand-alone story in February 2020.

Originally published in the anthology Heart of a Child in March 2018, this is the first story that I have published as myself and not with other authors. I felt it was time to stand up by myself.

After a tiny bit of tweaking—and sourcing formatting and a cover—it was ready to be released on its own. 

Tell Us a Story, Pa tells the tale of a father dying of plague in 1348 trying to tell his young daughters just one more story before he dies, leaving them alone in the world to fend for themselves.

If you don’t have a copy of Heart of a Child, here are links to the Kindle/eBook version of Tell Us a Story, Pa. Amazon Australia, Amazon UK, Amazon USA, Amazon Canada. Of course, if you are located in countries other than these four, you can use your usual Amazon site.



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