The #cellar door lay heavy over the musty chamber where Uncle Bert rushed the children. The clouds grew dark. The funnel raced to them. The door stuck and Bert held on until the wind ripped it from his hands He was found sitting in a tree, 3 miles away. Smiling. #vss365 #wrdsmhlr
I am a Las Vegas fiction writer who rarely exceeds 6,000 words in a story. I found it is easier than long fiction in that I can write a short story or a bit of fluff a lot quicker. Some of my stories may end up longer. But so far, short is best.
In Cindy’s Sin, our heroine Cindy Lash encounters danger the moment she arrives in Las Vegas to avenge the death of her father Tommy. But getting revenge will take a bit of luck, magic, and street smarts. Plunged into a frantic chase to find the killer, Cindy sinks into a nightmare of murder and corrupt greed. She lacks street smarts, but luck may turn out to be her best asset.
In Paperback and Kindle.
Jake Rutledge and the Guy with Bad Timing begins the adventure of a drifter handyman, a flag-burning scientist, weaponized weather, and what happens when a guy just wants to make a little money for eggs and coffee.
“A small place always needs a guy willing to do the stuff no one else will do, and well, I am that guy. My name is Jake Rutledge and I am a handyman.”