I’m not just a reviewer; I’m also an author.  This page links to my published works.

Recordings available free online unless otherwise noted.

Short Stories
Published in a variety of print and online magazines.  Free publications are noted.

  • Closest Thing to Heaven” in Crack The Spine
    September 2012, issue 40, electronic, free
    Mama’s sleeping, and it’s super-hot out, so Brother says he’ll take me to the swimmin holler.
  • Freedom Freerunner” in Dark Fire Fiction
    December 2013, rolling publication, electronic, free
    dark fantasy
    The Dark Ones have taken over the city. Come along as a band of freerunners battle them with parkour skills and swords.
  • The Most Lovely Morning” in Down in the Dirt
    February 2012, volume 103, electronic, free
    Note: the website does not create links directly to the issue.  Click on “Scars” on left-hand side, then on “Down in the Dirt magazine” in the middle of the webpage, then “Issues,” then scroll down to select “v103” to view the issue.
    February 2012, volume 103, print, $7.67
    Tag along on an elderly woman’s morning in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
  • The Tale of Leroy of the Backwoods of Vermont” in 69 Flavors of Paranoia
    August 2011, volume 3, menu 13, electronic, free
    Note: This zine is now defunct, and they did not create an archive of their publications.  The Internet Archive record of the table of contents in the issue I was published in may be viewed here.  You can see my story’s name under the section “Uppers.”  There unfortunately is not an Internet Archive record of the page containing my full short story.  The link now goes to the complete short story available free on my own website.
    Hear the rural legend of Leroy and his untimely death.


  1. silhouette of woman holding scalesEcstatic Evil
    paranormal romance
    Tova Gallagher isn’t just your average Bostonian. She also just so happens to be half-demon, and the demons and fairies have just issued a deadline for her to choose sides. But it’s hard to worry about the battle of good versus rebel when she’s just met a sexy stranger on the edge of the Charles River.
    Kindle, 99 cents regularly, free for Amazon Prime subscribers.
    Smashwords, 99 cents
    Barnes and Noble, 99 cents
    iBooks, 99 cents
    Kobo, 99 cents


  1. Waiting For Daybreak
    Silhouette of woman and science fiction
    What is normal?
    Frieda has never felt normal. She feels every emotion too strongly and lashes out at herself in punishment. But one day when she stays home from work too depressed to get out of bed, a virus breaks out turning her neighbors into flesh-eating, brain-hungry zombies. As her survival instinct kicks in keeping her safe from the zombies, Frieda can’t help but wonder if she now counts as healthy and normal, or is she still abnormal compared to every other human being who is craving brains?
    Blog Tour and Reviews Page
    Kindle, $2.99 regularly, free for Amazon Prime subscribers.
    Print, $7.99, ships from Amazon
    Smashwords, $2.99
    Barnes and Noble, $2.99
    iBooks, $2.99
    Kobo, $2.99

Please feel free to contact me at[at]gmail[dot]com.

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