I don't make it a practice of posting chapters or short stories, just because that's not how I roll. There are a lot of reasons for this, most of them are complicated and not what you're really interested in, anyway. However, I have had a lot of people ask where they can read more of my "stuff" online. Anytime I participate in something, I'll post the link here.
"Serenity" - a story in the "World's End" collection, hosted by Josh Hewitt. These stories are "pre-apocalyptic," meaning we know the world is going to end, no chance of a Hollywood save-the-day ending, in less than two years. A few dozen writers got together and told the stories of those human beings unfortunate enough to be living in the very last days of Earth's existence. Serenity is my story.
"The Interrogator" - a short story in a genre-swap game. Chynna-Blue Scott, host of The Midnight Type, assigned us genres different than our usual genres, and I was given the chance to write a thriller for Christmas. It was really hard. I don't read or watch thrillers. Like... ever. So, take this with a grain of salt.
I am a regular contributor for FamilyShare.com, a family and lifestyle advice website. You can access my profile, with a full list of the articles I've written here.
I am a twice-monthly blogger for Mormon Mommy Writers. You can read my archives here.
I also contribute at the American Night Writers' Association blog (this is the national women's writing group I belong to) and my archives are available here.