On the day of her disappearance, all they found of Janie was her favorite necklace. Five hundred twenty-eight days later, Karen’s life still revolves around a singular purpose — finding her daughter.
Fiction written from the underbelly of a writer’s deepest fears tends to be an agonizing process. And that’s exactly what I did.
For those who haven’t been following along for the last three years, NYCM has become something of an addiction for me.
First, some gratuitous self-promotion. LOOK TO YOUR RIGHT! See that link there? Where it says RISING is Coming Soon? It’s a sign-up for for publication information on Rising: Book One of the Adept Cycle. SignUpNow! 😀 Now, back to your regularly scheduled blog post…. Results are in, round 2 is done, and I’m ready for… Continue reading NYC Flash Fiction Round 2
I got confirmation!!!! NYCMidnight is on top of things this year. Confirmation at 9:00 AM on Tuesday? YES!!! For those interested, you can read my inspiration for this story right here. Otherwise, onto the good stuff! Curiosity Kills the Cat It’s all fun and games until a familiar death. Then it’s just fun. Spartacus bumped… Continue reading Curiosity Kills the Cat
Round One of the NYC Flash Fiction contest is away. Personally, I love what fell out of my head. My group got the prompt “Spy / A Pharmacy / A Dictionary.” The “Spy” genre is new for the competition, and new for me as well. I have to admit, when I saw the prompt, my… Continue reading Waiting To Post
This story was written for a weekly challenge that never took off past the first week. I wrote it about 5 months ago. Today’s challenge by Chuck Wendig over at Terrible Minds reminded me of it… and how it never got an audience. Today, maybe it will get a few eyes on it! Today’s challenge… Continue reading Flash From the Past