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PUBLISHED WORKS

Welcome to the list of my published works!


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How Composing Music and Writing Stories are Similar Activities, Onder Magazine Issue #5 (2017)


Short Stories

The Solarium

thirty_at_thirty

When things go awry during a Mars colonization simulation, Doctor Paisley Johannsen has to put her own life on the line.

Published: October 2016
ISBN: TBD
Genre: Science Fiction | Sub-Genre: Utopian
Buy: COMING SOON!

Sandra's First

shifting_shards
PI Sandra, on her first case, uses both her street smarts and her druid shifting powers to track down and save a teenage girl.

Published: September 2016
ISBN:
 978-0-9950867-1-5
Genre: Mystery | Sub-Genre: Fantasy
Buy: Amazon.caAmazon.com | Kobo | CreateSpace

The Third Wheel

minimalist-horror

Eager to see old friends, Kacie rushes to a party in the country alone. She soon becomes unable to tell what’s real and paranoia engulfs her. “The Third Wheel” is a tale about the hazards of altered perception.

Published: March 2016
ISBN: 978-0-9950745-1-4
Genre: Horror | Sub-Genre: Noir
Buy: Smashwords | Amazon.ca | Amazon.com




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