So, I know it has been a while since I posted, but I come baring gifts! A lot of crazy things happened during the last few months that made it difficult to be as active as I usually want. I’ve been doing my “day” job a lot more lately, trying to balance my projects, dealing with the holidays, hospital stays, and a move. They aren’t great excuses, but it was one of those situations where a lot of small things added up rapidly and have been making it difficult on me. I’m back, though, and hopefully with some fun stuff.
I’ve been working on continuing that flash fiction piece I wrote during the Halloween festivities last year. It was originally called “Wraith,” but since then, I have changed it to “Roadside Wraith.” It has a beautiful cover done by Yoly Cortez from Cormar Covers. The expected publication date is sometime in the first week of April. The cool thing is that if you sign up for my newsletter, you will have a chance to buy it before anyone else does!
After a heated argument with his long-term boyfriend, Greg speeds down a deserted country road in the middle of the night to get away. Despite his relationship problems, he finds himself focusing on the disturbing drive home rather than the anger he feels.
Kelly could kick himself. After the love of his life stormed out on their weekend getaway, he is left with a sinking feeling in his gut. Numerous attempts to call and reconcile with no luck makes him more determined to track Greg down… but what he finds is worse than he could have imagined.
**Roadside Wraith is a short story of 3,500 words, or 13 pages, long.**