What’s a WIP? Writers use this acronym for Work in Progress. Most of us work on several manuscripts at a time. I recently completed editing a 93,000-word YA novel and am taking a breather before I gear up for the second installment of the series.

I’ve submitted Lost in a Cave for inclusion in the Storyteller Squad Anthology. This short story fictionalizes the harrowing account of the young Thailand soccer team that survived eighteen days trapped in a flooded cave.

I’m also polishing a couple devotions, a flash fiction YA romance and another short story. If you sign up for my newsletter, I’ll keep you updated on my progress.


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For signing up, I’ll email you a link to download a short story, entitled Full Moon Over Stone Mountain, that I’d written as a prologue to my current manuscript. After much thought, I decided the book didn’t need a prologue. But I liked the tale, which is lightly based on a true experience, so I retrofitted it as a short story.