I really enjoy challenging myself with storytelling and Visual Verse is one I just keep coming back to, especially with Story-A-Day just around the corner. Read "Verticality," my latest Visual Verse publication here.
It's been a while since I wrote short stories, but for Story A Day May this year, I managed to bang out thirty-one pieces, most of which were godawful or fragmentary at best. "Spin," the one I wrote for Visual Verse, is definitely one of the top shelf shorts. Read it here.
AND SO IT ENDS–Another Story on Visual Verse
I'm quite excited to see my new story 'And So It Ends' up on Visual Verse. This is my eighth story in their anthology, and the thrill of seeing my work up on the site has yet to fade. Read my story here.
Another story on Visual Verse!
I really enjoyed working with this month's Visual Verse challenge. You can read the story I created from it, "The Mate" here.
Hey Joe: A New Story On Visual Verse
Continuing my W1S1 challenge, I have been submitting pretty regularly to the great Visual Verse Anthology and have just had my sixth submission published on their site! For anyone else doing their own W1S1 challenge, I highly recommend giving Visual Verse a try. It's a great way to give yourself a boost in the face... Continue Reading →
New Story up on Visual Verse
As part of my W1S1 challenge to myself, I took this month's Visual Verse story prompt. Now the flash fiction I submitted is up in their anthology! Read it here.
Red and White
In addition to having my first paid fiction published yesterday, I'm also excited to announce that my latest story is up in the Visual Verse anthology! You can read my story 'Red and White' here.
I have, admittedly, been lax about posting lately. This is in large part due to the fact that my beta reader critiques have come in and I am in the process of doing the fastest revision of my novel I've ever done, in an effort to be done for Pitch Wars. Pitch Wars is a... Continue Reading →
Love ‘Em and Leave ‘Em: The Beauty of Side Projects
I have been in the midst of editing. Editing my work, articles for TUBE., and projects for friends and family. There's a certain rigid mindset necessary for that kind of work. You have to be able to cut and comment with enough certainty to convince the other person (or yourself) that you are right, that your... Continue Reading →
If you're looking for a fun writing exercise and good addition to your writing portfolio, give Visual Verse a try. The online anthology puts up a picture prompt every month and challenges writers to come up with a 50-500 word piece of any style or genre in an hour and submit it. "We offer you the chance... Continue Reading →