Monthly Archives: December 2014

To Be (Or Not To Be) A Socially-Conscious Writer

I’m wrapping up 2014 with a post I’d previously published on the Indiana Writers Consortium blog. Enjoy and see you all in 2015! I don’t consider myself to be a socially-conscious writer. I haven’t blogged about the recent grand jury … Continue reading

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Small Press Publishers

Have you ever thought of publishing with a small, independent publisher? I recently attended the Indiana Writers Consortium’s first writing conference a couple of weeks ago. If you’ve been following my blog, you know I LOVE writers conferences. I always learn … Continue reading

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A Multitude of Convicton- Part II

Originally posted on Short Fiction Break:
Lesedi met Amenemhat on the stairs. He beckoned her with an outstretched hand. “Stay with me tonight.” His eyes focused on the floor as he escorted her into the darkness of his bedchamber. “Amen,”…

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A Multitude of Conviction: Part I

Originally posted on Short Fiction Break:
She gasped when his fingers traced the outline of her spine down to the small of her back. His hands, rough from years of combat in Pharaoh’s army, scratched against the thin layer of…

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