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“How to Bury Your Dog” Kirkus Review and Goodreads Giveaway

Pretty jazzed about the review “How to Bury Your Dog” received from Kirkus Reviews: An absorbing, restorative tale of community and nature.—Kirkus Reviews Read the full review here: Kirkus Review I am running a Goodreads Book Giveaway October 1-30, 2021 Enter … Continue reading

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How to Bury Your Dog—A Novel (in case you were wondering)

Arriving December 2, 2021 and available for pre-order at Black Rose Writing, Amazon.com, and BN.com. Signed copies available directly from author. Lizzy has been leading an insulated life: she tends her adopted strays and goes to work at the blood … Continue reading

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How to Bury Your Dog—A Novel (in case you were wondering)

Arriving December 2, 2021 and available for pre-order at Black Rose Writing, Amazon.com, and BN.com. Signed copies available directly from author. Lizzy has been leading an insulated life: she tends her adopted strays and goes to work at the blood … Continue reading

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How to Bury Your Dog

For better or for worse, I have just signed a contract with a small publisher to publish my novel, How to Bury Your Dog. Its release date is toward the end of this year, but I hope to share some … Continue reading

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Red Roses

I have a story up at Spelk. Check it out: Red Roses

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A Passage to Queens

I have a new story up at Blue Lake Review. Check it out. A Passage to Queens

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Changes in the Neighborhood

I have a new story up at Everday Fiction. Check it out. Changes in the Neighborhood  

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The Wine Glass

I have a new story up on Flash Fiction Magazine. Check it out. The Wine Glass

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MIA

Progress is being made, albeit slowly, on my essay collection. As “they” say, life gets in the way. In the meantime, one of my short stories was just published. Check it out at Passing on the Road on a Summer’s … Continue reading

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The Consequences of Forgetting the Sardines

I love vignettes like Eva Silverfine’s ‘The Consequences of Forgetting the Sardines’ that just build and build and then boom! I’m sure many husbands, myself included, will feel a little guilty for sometimes – sometimes mind you! – being a … Continue reading

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