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Introducing "I See the Web"

Starting January 28th, I’ll be posting my YA paranormal short story I See the Web on the blog!


Seventeen-year-old Erin has a lot to look forward to, even if it suddenly seems like everywhere she turns there’s a spider staring at her. She’s finally out to her friends and family, surprising exactly no one. When the love of her tender teenage dreams corners her in the library, a whole new world opens up to Erin. From here on out, it’s all make-out sessions with her beautiful girlfriend in rooms stacked high with books.

Until the spiders start whispering.

I See the Web will be posted in nine parts, every Tuesday at 5:00 pm PST.

I give you fair warning now: there will be spiders. In case you didn’t figure that out yet.

Cover designed by me. Image courtesy of Johannah Doll at The Broken Shelf.

2 thoughts on “Introducing "I See the Web"

  1. […] I blogged about: Introducing I See the Web, The Privilege of Not […]

  2. […] I don’t kill spiders anymore, either. I’ve become one of those people who accepts that spiders largely ignore humans but get rid of much more annoying bugs and are therefore pretty awesome to have around. I can even look at a big macro close-up of a spider without fainting. How else could I have made I See the Web‘s original cover? […]

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