SHORT STORIES/ARTICLES

Here are a few of my published pieces. Click, read, and enjoy. Or, choose from the drop-down box above and please, feel free to leave a comment.

Maggie’s New Beginnings – featured in 100  Hundred Voices Anthology, Vol. III.

Want to know why I write? Check out this featured essay on Dream Write, Thrive, What Inspires Your Writing? –  “I Have Found My Voice.”

A 101 Word Story – Pick of the Crop.

Angie’s Diary features a number of my stories and articles:

Every Writer’s Resources published one of my first short stories – The Rusted Swing Set.

EveryDay Fiction features a poignant story of two friends in  The Makeup Artist.

No Extra Words Podcast features one of my stories, Life in Repetition and Sheila’s Writing Space.

The Drabble features another flash fiction story, Fall leaves. 

My first opinion letter to the editor was published in Letters to the Editor of, the Spartanburg Herald Journal – Whatever They Need.

All Nurses -Once a nurse, always a nurse – The Delivery, written many years ago tells a humorous story of my years in Labor & Delivery. Later, I would experience a different viewpoint as The Nurse on the Other Side.

My first professional article published was in 1989 in Nursing Journal ’89. Based on a true story and my position as one of South Carolina’s first bone and tissue coordinator.

“How do I ask?” Requesting tissue or organ donations from bereaved families. 

You can find a number of my opinion pieces on Medium and Blasting News.

And, one of my favorite sites for writers features this article on blogging,   Friday Speak Out! Is It Time to Stop Blogging?

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