In an effort to procrastinate finishing my novel, I’ve been writing several little shorts and it’s been all, “Submit, submit, submit!” because at least that still feels productive.  I’m starting to love rejection e-mails for the sheer fact it lets me know someone at a minimum SAW my submission.

I wish I could say I was deterred but instead I feel emboldened, notching the rejections on my belt like a prize.  Comb Magazine, however, was kind enough to offer me a platform for one of my more experimental pieces with, “Offstage,” a multimedia approach to fiction.

Read a story today and help a struggling writer stay sane here.


6 responses to “Offstage

    • Thank you for reading! Press pause on the video when you want to read. The ever-changing pages and the pace are a device of the story to highlight the element of time and change throughout so no shame in not reading fast enough haha. It was done on purpose 🙂

  1. Hah! You’ve been a busy lady. Good! I’m not sure how I feel about the multi-media approach. I’m still trying to warm up to the idea of e-books. However, the story is poignant. I like it! Happy new year! xoM HoHope you

    • I’m totally in your camp! I’ve been on the fence about it as well, this one just happened to come together naturally so I couldn’t help it. Thank you so much for reading! Happy New Year to you as well.

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