Writings to Stem Your Existential Dread

Writings to Stem Your Existential Dread is now available!

This collection of flash fiction features two of my stories, as well as many other great tales to make sure all your dread is properly stemmed.


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Favourite Side Characters; #BookishBloggersUnite

#BookishBloggersUnite is a weekly hashtag that a group of bookish friends participate in to talk about books.

It is really hard for me to pick favourite side characters, because I have so very many of them. In fact, it’s fairly rare for the main character to be my favourite. I once heard the difference between the two is that side characters need to be interesting, while MCs need to have “strong” personalities. While this definitely isn’t true of all of them, I do tend to find them more interesting and, for me, that is the most important thing of all.

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Best Opening Lines; #BookishBloggersUnite

#BookishBloggersUnite is a weekly hashtag that a group of bookish friends participate in to talk about books. Find more blogs about this week’s topic here.

Below are three of my favourite opening lines of some of my favourite books.

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An Eternal Farewell

Winner of the 2010 Marion Drysdale Award, Grade 9/10 Prose Fiction

Summary: On the day humanity leaves the planet Earth, a girl remembers how she and her friends fought to save the planet’s last surviving tree.


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The Forest of Death and Life

Written for NYC Midnight‘s Short Story Challenge 2017, round 3

Prompt: Open / sunset / an undertaker

Summary: In a cemetery full of trees, rather than headstones, the mysterious caretaker seeks to learn about the human experience.


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