A couple weekends ago was the Wild N Windy signing event in Chicago. I should have posted about it sooner, but, well, I’ll be honest, it slipped my mind because we had a crisis happen two days after I got back.
Mark looked at the picture of he and his buddy in their desert camouflage, sunglasses, and goofy grins. He ran a finger over the guy on the right—Micah. He didn’t make it home from that year in the sand. Mark never even got the chance to say goodbye. He raised his can of Budweiser in … Continue reading Flash Fiction: Fireworks
Nine Years Ago The hands of the clock above the bar said that closing time had come and gone, but Johnny remained on the stage playing hair metal covers, and Crystal—with her love of all music from the eighties—would never complain about that, especially since hanging out with him was infinitely better than going home. … Continue reading Excerpt: Mi Amor
The music from the speakers in Char’s car was loud, but not loud enough to drown out the anger that brewed inside her. She had been sitting in the car, backed into a spot under a street light in the McDonald’s parking lot, waiting on her boyfriend for what felt like forever. In the time … Continue reading Excerpt: Anticipating Temptation