I've gathered five of my short stories into a collection entitled PenTangle: Five Pointed Fables. It's available for the Kindle at Amazon.com, and will be appearing soon at Barnes and Noble, Smashwords, and various other e-book stores. (If it isn't listed as available, give it a day or so.)
Although I'd originally thought of using an actual pentangle for the cover, it looked too literal and didn't really fit the content. I finally decided on a starfish, because they're so strange and lovely.
The stories are all very short, fantastical, and meant to elicit reflection:
The Kind Gods: Did the old gods really die? A warrior seeks answers at the burial-mound of his greatest enemy.
The Heart's Desire: A government scryer's life is a prison until she and her bodyguard discover the ultimate secret language.
Last Laughter: A cautionary tale about a wicked court jester and his comeuppance. First published in Silver Blade Fantasy Quarterly.
Regenerated: Cela always hoped she’d find Jorgen again someday…but was this really Jorgen? A tenderly bitter tale of love and giant lizards, first published in Quantum Muse.
Everafter Acres: Happily Ever After isn’t always perfect, but dark knights can be illuminating.
Five's my lucky number, so I'm hoping the book does well.