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Tunnel Talk


June 14, 2022

NYC Midnight 1,000 word flash fiction.

Image by Nicolas Cool

Call It A Day


April 25, 2022

NYC Midnight micro flash fiction contest.
100-word limit.

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This Mother's Day


April 2022

My son's birth story making me a first time mom.

Bridal Bouquet

Honeymoon for One

A Ghost Story

October 16, 2021

Newlywed Hannah is on her dream honeymoon. Husband, Lou, is not so sure.

First submission to NYC Midnight flash fiction contest. Placed 7th out of thirty-five in the same category.

What the judges had to say:

1. The characters are well developed, and the conflict between them is palpable.

2. The characters are believable and convincing. Great dialogue.

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The Hat of Ages

A Fairytale

September 16, 2021

An old woman and her companion hat venture far from home only to discover that she already has everything she needs.

Placed 9th out of 35 in the same category to the NYC Midnight flash fiction contest. 

What the judges had to say:

1. You have a gorgeous storytelling voice. Your sentences were beautifully balanced and your descriptions were vivid and engaging.

2. The narration in this piece is very strong, especially with regards to the imagery.

Twin Models

Two Is Better Than One?

A Cautionary Tale

January 20, 2019

As a biochemist, Sooly knew that human cloning was on a whole new level.

First submission to the NYC Midnight flash fiction contest. 250-word micro-fiction challenge.