My unpublished (but hopeful) novels are for Christian women who enjoy a bit of suspense (other readers welcome too!!).
In the mean time, I have a couple non-suspense short stories you might like to read for free:
→Have you ever felt frazzled at Christmas time? Dare I say resentful? Yes, it’s a wonderful time to see family and friends, but is it too much to ask for a bit of you-time? Check out my story, “Too Much to Ask?” which was part of the 2009 Christmas Fiction Carnival hosted by Dee Stewart.
An intro to “Quite the Character”:
Writing is a great job — you can stay in your pajamas all day and play with your imaginary friends. When science fiction author Robert J. Hawke (Bobby) takes his laptop to the local Starbucks, he’s not prepared to meet an impossibly familiar man who claims to be his novel’s hero, Jett Travers.
How could Travers know about Bobby, let alone step out of a manuscript draft to ask for help? And what trouble could he be in without Bobby’s knowledge? When Travers reveals that a minor character is hijacking the plot, Bobby is sorely tempted to let her finish the novel with a bang.
You can read “Quite the Character” here.