‘Footsteps in the Dark: Short Horror & Sci-Fi Stories Volume II’ is out now!

I am thrilled to say my newest book, Footsteps in the Dark: Short Horror & Sci-Fi Stories Volume II is out now!

A woman defends house and husband from the home’s eight-legged inhabitants. Two strangers discuss music’s finer points as cannibals try to break into their car. A gender-reveal party goes off the rails as the true nature of the infant comes to light. Thirteen women gather at night to right the wrongs of society. A mother takes shelter in the family treehouse as the world ends around her. And finally—

Wait. Do you hear that?

Footsteps.

Footsteps in the dark.

Available for purchase now!

Footsteps in the Dark: A Sneak Peek!

Footsteps in the Dark is out Tuesday, March 1, 2022!

You can preorder the ebook now — paperbacks and hardbacks will be available soon. If you can’t wait until then, I’ll be posting snippets of each story. So ask yourselves: Where on Earth is this tale going?

If you want to find out, make sure you get your copy of Footsteps in the Dark!

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Footsteps in the Dark: Short Horror & Sci-Fi Stories Volume II!

I am thrilled to announce my newest book, Footsteps in the Dark: Short Horror & Sci-Fi Stories Volume II!

A woman defends house and husband from the home’s eight-legged inhabitants. Two strangers discuss music’s finer points as cannibals try to break into their car. A gender-reveal party goes off the rails as the true nature of the infant comes to light. Thirteen women gather at night to right the wrongs of society. A mother takes shelter in the family treehouse as the world ends around her. And finally—

Wait. Do you hear that?

Footsteps.

Footsteps in the dark.

Available for preorder now.


‘(Don’t) Listen to Me’: An essay, of sorts, on privilege and injustice


This next piece was written for Reedsy, but it’s not so much a short story as it is a short essay. A rant, some may describe it as. I’ve been as honest as I can be in writing it. It was written for the contest A Time for Action. I honestly think this piece could have been submitted to any of the prompts, but the one I went with in the end was, “Write a story about solidarity.” You can read it here on WordPress or over on Reedsy.


Don’t listen to me.

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