Short Story of the Week for July 9, 2017

Recently I started taking part in several writing prompt challenges to help my own writing out, and an unexpected benefit has been the number of great stories I’ve read by other writers doing also following the prompts.


This was a story I didn’t read myself. The amazing Levar Burton read it to me, and reminded me of how much I missed Reading Rainbow.

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ParaDice Point: A Continuing Mystery [Free Short Fiction]

As part of the 13 Week Streak, I accidentally started a new serial story. It follows a private investigator as she searches a small town called ParaDice Point for clues in the disappearance of a couple of teenagers.

Here are the next two installments.

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Dirty Little Secrets [Book Review]

Before I write this review, I have to admit one thing: I didn’t know what this book was about going in.

See, I’ve been doing this thing where I’m trying like hell to make it through all the books I own – hardback, soft cover, and Kindle alike – because my TBR list is getting out of hand.

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