Several of my short stories have been accepted into anthologies over the course of the last six months. Below, you’ll find information about those anthologies as well as links. Stay tuned to this page for more information – hopefully I’ll have to update often!
The Lokana Chronicles
One man longs to transform his kingdom. One woman has the power to do so. Together, they just might succeed.
Drought, famine, and corruption have left the kingdom of Lokana in turmoil. Vegin, as heir to the throne, is tormented by his inability to help his people and, after a chance encounter with a beautiful Outlier, feels even more discouraged than ever. If he can’t convince this one young woman of his desire for change, how will he ever convince the rest of the kingdom?
Chaos ensues as the prince and the Outlier are married. Spurred on by tragedy, they work to improve the lives of the people, but just as they begin to make progress, disaster strikes.
The Alliance of Worldbuilders Anthology
It’s the end of the world as we write it and I feel fine. Avoid the 2012 rush. End your world now!
There are a lot of strange people on authonomy, people obsessed with telling dark, terrible stories. Fortunately, there is also a world full of people obsessed with reading dark, terrible stories. The Bible’s got nothing on these guys – inside these pages you’ll find the apocalypse, the whole apocalypse, and nothing but the apocalypse, so help me read.
Please, read. Enjoy. Before it’s too late.
Edited by Lisa Rutledge, The Christmas Anthology is a compilation of work from a group of authors who have generously contributed their stories for the pleasure of the reader. The stories are poignant, thought-provoking, and heartwarming. Each one puts a unique slant on the spirit of the season.
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