Category Archives: Miss Evelyn Nesbit Presents

Psst! Want a review copy of “Miss Evelyn Nesbit Presents”?

on November 21, 2019

Have you been dying to read–and review–my short story “Miss Evelyn Nesbit Presents”?

Good News! I have a few COMPLIMENTARY REVIEW COPIES of ME TOO SHORT STORIES: AN ANTHOLOGY, which I’ll be glad to snailmail to the first five people who send me a message through my contact form on this website.

You’ll have to be in the Continental US and I’ll have to ship Book Rate, but I can get you a copy of this crime fiction anthology really soon.

No reviews are required; but they are always appreciated!

Contact me by December 15th and you *may* receive a complimentary copy of short stories by Rona Bell, Julia Buckley, Diana Catt, Dayle A. Dermatis, Eve Fisher, Gin Gannon, C.C. Guthrie, Lynn Hesse, V.S. Kemanis, Madeline McEwen (Hi Maddy!),  Julia Pomeroy, Ann Rawson, Carole Sojka, and editor Elizabeth Zelvin.

Yes. It. Is.

on September 15, 2019

Yes, ME TOO SHORT STORIES: An Anthology–which includes my historic short story “Miss Evelyn Nesbit Presents”–is OUT and ABOUT!

Miss Evelyn Nesbit

And next week, in NYC, Mysterious Bookshop will be hosting a fabulous P-A-R-T-Y in the book’s honor.

Miss Evelyn Nesbit Presents…up for discussion!

on August 15, 2019


I’m so glad that you’re not tired of reading my posts about the soon-to-be-published ME TOO SHORT STORIES: An Anthology, which includes my historic short story “Miss Evelyn Nesbit Presents”.

You will have to wait until September 3rd for the book publication, but–good news!–the Book Club Discussion questions are already available on our METOOANTHOLOGY website.

If you’re searching for a ripe-for-discussion book for your 2019-2020 book club, please consider ME TOO SHORT STORIES: An Anthology!

AND…if you’re in the Bay Area and would like me to attend your book club event, or you’d like me to attend via Skype, contact me via my contact page.

Want to read THE AWAKENING?

on April 14, 2019

You can read Kate Chopin’s 1899 novel THE AWAKENING for free. At many places. Including your public library, of course.

Just to make it easy for you, here’s where you can find THE AWAKENING on Project Gutenberg.