Life is busy in the household these days, with a little one to run around after and a day job to keep up with. The writing is slow but steady. I’ve worked on a few new pieces, but mostly I’ve been revising old ones or giving finishing touches to them. I have added a page … More Resources for Writers
I am thrilled to be a part of the new essay collection that encourages moms to support Each Other: So Glad They Told Me: Women Get Real About Motherhood This new anthology shares real stories about motherhood, from infancy through the empty nest stage. So Glad They Told Me: Women Get Real About Motherhood (ISBN: … More So Glad They Told Me!
Fellow bloggers and blog-readers, I’m delighted to share the arrival of my bonny baby boy on 2nd June! The little one and I are doing well, though I am a little sleep-deprived as expected. The blog will be on hiatus for a while now, as will my writing. Ideas and plots are stewing in … More It’s a Boy!
Kelly Ann Jacobson’s anthology of epistolary science fiction called the Dear Robot Anthology is out! She is organizing a blog tour, and today my post is a part of that. The collection contains my story The Wrath of Sephilemea, which is written in the form of psychiatric case notes by a resident shrink-in-training who is … More Dear Robot
My story Belles and Whistles placed as a finalist in the Open Road Review Short Story Prize 2015! Do check it out and leave a comment! Another story of mine which was accepted earlier this year in July has finally been published. Check out The Secrets of Men in Papercuts by Desi Writer’s Lounge. This … More A Contest Win and a Short Story
Fellow writers, if you’ve completed a YA novel, consider entering Writer’s Digest’s Dear Lucky Agent Contest! The contest is free, open for all, and requires only the logline and first 150-250 words of the completed book. Take a look at the detailed submission guidelines and go for it! I am considering entering the … More Dear Lucky Agent Contest
First off, if you want to know what software programmers really do at work, take a look at my Poetic Cyber-war published in the recent edition of Work Literary Magazine! On the writing front, I’ve been exploring some experimental writing these last few months. You know how writing prompts and exercises push you to attempt … More Stories to Write