So, I’m a published author now

The last couple of months have been all go for me, mostly because I made the last-minute decision to join in a year-long Twitter challenge. But I’ve also been busy on social media promoting the anthology that I’m thrilled to be a part of.

From Myths to Monsters is now available in all the usual places, so if you like short stories about myths, muses and monsters, you’re sure to find something to enjoy in this book.

Six Days of Summer

Cursed by an ancient god to live as a sentient statue, Clio comes to life only at the touch of the woman she loves. For six days at the end of every summer, they know bliss. But what happens when six days are no longer enough? What would you sacrifice for more time with the one you love?

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