Published by Vaughan Street Doubles on 1/1/2020
The burgeoning relationship between Earth and Artificial Intelligence has ominous implications on humanity.
For such a short story, it went through so many drafts! This one builds off many themes I’ve toyed with in the past few years, some of which you can see in my other published work. I also challenged myself to be more experimental with who my main character was.
Published by Asymmetry Fiction on 8/19/2019
A man’s usual commute home through the Sonoran Desert is interrupted by strange visitors. They have a message for his son.
This was a joy to write, having been inspired by the Block Buster podcast, and always wanting to dabble in more speculative fiction. There’s plenty of my geeky side on display with this one.
Published by SERIAL Magazine in Issue 12 on 8/17/2019
A dead man finds himself in a new world with lurking danger.
At over 5,000 words, this story was truly an exercise in discovery for me. What it was supposed to be, how long it should be, and who we’d meet along the way? I had no clue when starting it. Ultimately, it’s become one of my proudest works to date, and hopefully one that people enjoy.
Published by STORGY on 8/5/2019
On the drive home from a camping weekend, Zack’s secret begins to manifest itself in unexpected ways to his girlfriend, Tiffany.
Personally, I love that this story found a home on a great site like STORGY. Visit them for more stellar content!
Self-published on 11/14/2018
About: I write a lot of material for my wife! At her request, I’ve made one available for the public. This is a flash length creative non-fiction story on our first encounter. Names within have been changed for privacy.
Published by Ash Tales on 10/28/2018
Set in a post-apocalyptic Alaska, law enforcement struggles with keeping an old enemy from rising once again.
This short story was tons of fun for me to write and I’m glad the amazing site, Ash Tales, picked it up for publishing.
Fiction (Historical / General)
Self-published on 9/26/2018
This is a short story that I wrote some time ago, based on a building I’ve visited many times as a kid. While the character of Lloyd is fiction, all other details within are based on historical fact. Despite likely not having ever visited yourself, hopefully its still an enjoyable read!
Unpublished finished stories currently looking for a home: 1