Welcome to Letters I Haven’t Written Yet.

On this site you’ll find some flash fiction, short stories, poetry and book reviews.

I feel like every written work we create, whether it is shared or not, is a letter to someone or something, with a message that comes from deep within. I hope to make this site into a collection of these letters, looking into the past and into the future, both in real and imaginary worlds, on whichever path I choose.

What’s new


November 2017: November is national novel writing month – Nanowrimo! I tried Nanowrimo last year, but do to a number of personal factors (mostly that work sucked) I couldn’t really stick to it. 2017 is a new year and with it a new book idea. Every day this month, I’ll spend as much time as I can working on this new novel, letting the creativity flow without really editing or double checking. Just hoping to write something cool. As much as possible, when I’m finished writing, I’ll go back over my work and post a paragraph or two in the #Nanowrimo2017 section of this site. I’d love to read what you think.


October 10th 2017: I’ve been reading a lot these days about sexual harassment and coercion in Hollywood these days. But we know this isn’t a Hollywood problem. This is an everywhere and everything problem. Today’s rant is on the need for more vocal and visible male allies on the road to equality.

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October 7th 2017: A few years ago at a Geneva Writers Group conference, at one of the workshops, we’d been given a writing prompt. I have no clue what the prompt was, or which workshop it was. I just found the words again today and thought it would be nice to share them.

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