I started my creative writing career writing short stories, and they’re still by far my favorite form of written fiction.
Guineawick hasn’t seen a non-mouse in generations, so when a wounded rabbit warrior is found outside of town, Hester knows there’s more to his story than he’s letting on.
Works in Progress
These stories I intend to finish, but are currently on the back burner.
A short adventure of the Guardmouse Aman, set during the events of “Hester and the Kookaburra King”.
A futuristic re-imagining of the John Henry folk legend, set on an asteroid mining station.
A young man tries to regain his memory while shifting between the present and the old west.
I wrote these stories early on in my writing career, and have posted them here mostly to remind me how much I’ve grown. I provide them unedited and unrefined, warts and all.
- Filial Piety
A scientist dedicates his life to preventing his father’s death, but will he save him?
- Flowers and Monsters
A young boy walks in on his friend’s parents, and finds the way to a woman’s heart isn’t what he expected.
- Lost and Found
Strangers stolen from different worlds are forced into inter-dimensional reality TV.