I've written a few stories in my free time and they usually focus on science-fiction, fantasy, or slice of life elements. Check out some snippets below!
Brian bounded through the crumbling building, pumping his arms and legs faster and faster. He came to the end of a hallway with a glass window, gritted his teeth, and jumped through.
“Could you, for once, not make your escape so harrowing?”
Brian looked up at the marmoset that piloted the helicopter he was now sitting in and gave a tired chuckle.
“And where would the fun be in that Gary?”
He looked to the bear shaped fortress as it crumbled into the seabed below and felt a twinge of regret. He suppressed it and focused instead on picking glass shards out of his fur.
Have they forgotten?
The skies of old held greater
Terror than drizzles
Do they not recall?
Wingbeats of beasts much larger
Screeching into towns
Gral the Imposing
Could spray more lightning than this
Trifle of a storm
The man grabs the dragon’s hand as he pulls him inside and softly shuts the door behind him.
The interior of the castle is dimly lit by the light of small fires along the edge of the walls. Most of the living space is filled with rows upon rows of bookshelves. There are tables scattered about the room, each with a different array of open books and loose papers on top of them. A single ink well and feather pen is sitting at the farthest table with evidence that it had been used recently by the dragon.
“Thank you, it was getting pretty bad out there.”, he said.
“Well I figured you’d be stopping by. You always seem to come when the weather gets rough.” The dragon retorted.
And with that the chauffeur got back into the limo and drove away. Alan had heard of anthropomorphic hybrids before, but he had never had the chance to see one. It was surreal to see one first hand and Alan wondered if the rumors about the hospital really were true. Of course, rumors tend to get exaggerated, especially when a rich doctor builds a lavish homestead so close to a small town. But that was Alan’s job after all. He was sent as a journalist from the small town’s paper to dispel any rumors that were cropping up. He looked up at the sign above the building. Dr. Zetton’s Healing Inn. Odd choice for a name, Alan thought. He opened up the front doors and walked inside. The doors closing behind him effortlessly.
Changed the layout of this section so that the newest story is listed at the top for folks who want to see the latest releases
This story was written for a really unique anthology premise, that being undersea animals! I was really excited to write about a krill daredevil and his pragmatic hermit crab best friend and can't wait for you to read about their adventure.
Published as part of a writing contest for the first ever Oxfurred Comma, a convention dedicated to helping out furry writers during the first year of lockdown. The collection features all the flash fiction entered into the contest, including my story about a dragon who just wants some friends he can relate to. You can download it for free over at Smashwords at the link below.
New story featured on the Voice of Dog! Follows a fox forest spirit made of leaves as she tries to experience all she can before Fall is over. She meets a dog that can walk over water, a tree that is somehow a dragon, and a cat that's lost his family.
I've recently found out about a podcast run by Khaki, who reads out short stories to help lift folks up in their day to day. I submitted a story to him and he did a fantastic job with it! Please give it a listen over at the podcast website or your podcast platform of choice!
My second ever published short story in an anthology! The book is no longer available from the publisher, but please check out their other books:
My first short story to be published in an anthology ever! I'm so excited to be a part of this project and the story means a lot to me. There's a new wiki detailing events of the anthology to get ready for the 2nd year here: https://rpwiki.co/
Check it out for yourself by ordering a copy here:
This convention's theme was summer camp and as such I felt like it could use a classic spin on the often passed around "snipe hunt" tradition. You can read the full story in the conbook!
This conbook's theme was movie monsters and I decided to write a story about a sleeping lizard deep within a mountain. You can read the full story in the conbook!
A section for folks to get excited about stories that have been accepted but haven't been published yet. Once they are available, I'll remove them from this section and add them to the section above with the link where you can find them!
One of the only times I've written horror and I'm very pleased it got picked up! This is a short one, so I don't want to spoil it. Suffice to say it's pretty creepy.
A story written for the Roar Vol. 11 anthology whose theme is innovation. Stars a spider filmmaker who gets the chance of a lifetime to prove herself as a director.
A new horror story that just recently got accepted. This one follows a couple as they move into their new rental home with a close friend. But none of them are prepared for the danger that lurks beneath their paws.
A sports themed story set in an anthology full of mini-anthologies that all center around common settings for furry stories to take place in. Lindsey, the rhino goalie for her local soccer team is excited to spend some time with Annie, the anteater mid-fielder before their big playoff game.