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Thank you for your interest in my writing.

This is my "sharing" space where you'll find extra scenes, short stories, and sneak peeks of what's coming next.  

If you ask 100 writers how they write, you'll get 150 answers. Personally, I like to sketch scenes in different forms. Sometimes I'll write little plays or journal as one of my characters. While vital to my process, most of my scribblings don't make it into a manuscript, or beyond short story form. But occasionally there's a gem or two too juicy to keep buried ~  they're not always polished and perfect, but I'm happy to share them with you here!

 

Moonshot

(No spoilers here!)

Edith Houghton photograph appears courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.

The following is an introduction to Adelaine, the antagonist in

Chasing Aces.

Adelaine was inspired by the trailblazing life of Edith Houghton, the first woman to solo scout for Major League Baseball. An ace player in her own right, Edith approached the new owner of the Philadelphia Phillies in 1946 to ask for a job in scouting. At the time, baseball was divided on integration, making Edith's proposal both timely and gutsy.

The borrowed shoes rub her feet raw and the scrapbook under her arm grows heavy, adding to her uneven gait. But she keeps her pace, past Shibe Park’s award cases and the trophy stands, the silver urns burnished with the Toms, Dicks and Harrys—never a Jane, a Mary or an Adelaine. She catches bits of Philadelphia through the arches in the concourse. The skyline flat and low, dimensionless against the late fall sky. Adelaine—Addie to family and teammates, stops to salute the stars and stripes flying in left field, then rounds the concourse behind the centerfield stands...

Vision

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