Flash Point SF has bought my 500-word story, “Heaven Ain’t What It’s Cracked Up To Be.” This little literary jab is about a man who isn’t happy with the after-life . . . and doesn’t seem to get what the problem is.
I’m particularly excited about this sale because I get to be part of Flash Point’s inaugural year and the story will be accompanied by an illustration by Flash Point’s Kevin Pabst.
Publication currently slotted for later this summer—stay tuned!