“1. My husband is not a cockroach.”
Count your blessings, they say. Overcome trials with humor, they say. This Mormon housewife is trying, but having her husband transformed Kafka-esque into a giant rabbit is still hard to deal with.
Read the full text online May 25, 2015.
This 400 word flash fiction was one of 12 finalists in the Fourth Annual Mormon Lit Blitz and will be published on Mormon Artist between May 25, 2015. I will blog an author commentary the same day.
An e-book containing the story and commentary will be available after voting in the Lit Blitz is complete.
The king has been captured and sentenced to death, but Prince Omer isn’t ready to rule the Jaredites yet, let alone win a civil war. So he plans a rescue mission using the only way to reach the prison in time – riding across the sky on the backs of leathery-winged cureloms.
This 1,000 word flash fiction is a fantasy retelling of Ether 7:18. It was one of 12 finalists in the 2014 Mormon Lit Blitz and was published on Mormon Artist in June 2014. I blogged the same day with an author commentary.
Ama’s six-week-old daughter is failing to thrive, and the doctor doesn’t know what to do. Sacrificing her sleep, she looks into the future to see if she can figure out how to help her baby. But while a few futures show that her daughter lives, many show her passing away within the month.
An e-single with author commentary was published January 2014, available on Kindle, Nook, iBooks, Kobo, and in multiple formats (EPUB, MOBI, PDF, DOC, HTML) at Smashwords. The cover was illustrated by Kelley McMorris. You can see a text-free version of the art at deviantart.