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Published Here houses links to many different kinds of writing.

Here, you’ll find links to my most recent pieces from all genres. If you’re looking for something specific, check out the dropdown menu.

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Syndication: Scene Three

 The tension builds as Kellan’s words sink in. Delia fashions a smirk and lets it glide into place, delighted as Jereth’s lip twitches. Before he can speak, though, she turns on her heel and hops over a puddle. She doesn’t check to see if they follow, but keeps her pace markedly slower than normal, asContinue reading “Syndication: Scene Three”

Syndication: Scene Two

Delia looks over at the unconscious man beside her, heat rolling off of him in waves.

In Hell

There was something not quite right about the window, looking back on the events of that day.

Burning History

The light crossing her face is soft orange and unsteady.

NaNoWriMo

So I’ve never done this before and I won’t lie, it scares me. However, given the lot the universe has handed me, I think this challenge is what I need. For those of you who don’t know, NaNoWriMo stands for National Novel Writing Month. It’s an event throughout the month of November in which writersContinue reading “NaNoWriMo”

Syndication: Scene One

The limp form is slumped just a meter or two from Delia’s feet, close enough to note the slow spread of a stain across the figure’s chest. “Are you alive? Please groan if you’re alive.” Her voice is barely more than a whisper and she goes to chastise herself when a low gurgle meets herContinue reading “Syndication: Scene One”

My Own Couch

“Harlow, your apartment looks like shit.” Lynn strides past me and hopping over my pile of dirty laundry. “Had I known I was going to have a guest at four in the morning, I would’ve tidied up a bit.” I bolt the door as she settles down on the sofa, clearly not planning to leaveContinue reading “My Own Couch”

Days Gone By

The city seems to have risen long before her, with cars honking and people shouting already. Groaning, Penn rolls over, refusing to confront the reality of her life just yet. It’s been almost three years since the day she wasn’t supposed to wake up, two and half since she got her new life put together,Continue reading “Days Gone By”

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