Here’s an audio version of my short story “Disappear,” from the collection Las Vegas Noir. The collection features stories from the likes of Vu Tran, Pablo Medina, John O’Brien, Felicia Campbell, Bliss Esposito and Lori Kozlowski, among others. If you like it, you can get the whole audio book here or the print/Kindle versions here. No matter which way you get it, you can take a half hour or so and enjoy this little tale of magic in the desert, where sometimes all you want to do is Disappear. Continue reading “Disappear”
My latest short story, “The 13th Car,” is included here in this collection of wonderful steampunk stories. It’s the 6th story in when you go looking for it. So happy to be included amongst such great stories!
Feel free to go and grab yourself a kindle copy and if you like what you read, please leave a review.
And hey, if you’re one of them people who can nominate things for awards, well, you know how much I love and respect you.
It’s May 1st… Spring has sprung and in a few weeks, Memorial Day and the unofficial start of summer will be here.
I know we’re going to do this when the day actually hits, but let’s start early and take a moment to remember the people who have made the ultimate sacrifice to defend the rights of citizens.
This is a short piece of fiction I wrote to talk about not only those who have left, but also those who were left behind.
If you like it, please share.
Got a new piece of fiction published today in Shroud Magazine. It’s a tale of rock and roll, the price of fame and what you do for your friends. It’s a bit of an adult read, so keep it until after the kids go to bed.
You should head over to Amazon and download a copy, then leave a review, tell your friends and otherwise encourage some hot, talented writers.
And who knows, I might even write more.
For the first time in about 4 years, I finished a piece of short fiction which doesn’t have a definitive market or deadline. This one was just for me. It deals with Lithuanian mythology and cultural bits, something else I’ve attempted a few times but never got further than a couple paragraphs in. The first draft clocked in at just over 6800 words and while I don’t know if it’s any good, I do know it’s finished. At least this iteration of it is.
It feels good to be writing every day again. It feels great to have accomplished my goal of finishing new fiction this year. One or two more short pieces and then I think I’ll be ready to once again take on a novel. We’ll see.
That link there is to my latest piece for David Magazine. It’s different than the normal editorial stuff I do in that it’s a short story, this time about families and holidays. Sure, it’s set ostensibly around the High Holidays of Judaism but I’d like to think it’s a fairly universal piece about any time the family gathers to celebrate anything. It’s not a long piece, shouldn’t take you more than a few minutes to read it, but I’d appreciate it if you actually gave it those few minutes. Continue reading “DAVID • Think: Little Histories”