Deadly Ever After

My First Publication Goes Live! by Julie

TODAY’S BREW: This delectable S’mores flavored coffee.


Irreplaceable is a story that was inspired by a photo a friend of mine tweeted of her creepy-ass neighbor’s house. It was a picture of their back yard, which looked pretty normal, if not a little sloppy, but there was a coffin in it. A COFFIN IN IT. Glistening in the sun, a coffin, for no reason.

With the theme of short term relationships, I was overjoyed to put this story into action and submit it to Elephant Press.

Check it out! I promise not to disappoint. I promise you won’t see the end coming. And I promise you’ll find some other new writers who have come up with great stories, too.


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15 thoughts on “My First Publication Goes Live! by Julie

  1. Congratulations! How exciting.

  2. Congratulations! How VERY exciting.

  3. Ian Rose on said:

    Well done, Miss! Exciting stuff.

  4. Thank you both so much! I really love this story and I’m so excited!!!!!!!

  5. Bought it, Jules! Congratulations, sweetie! ๐Ÿ™‚ My first book came out yesterday! Woohoo for us both!

  6. Oh, Dave, thank you!!!! Your my first customer! Hahaha! Thank you!

  7. caliccardi on said:

    All I can say is… WOW this is wicked. Purchasing my copy NOW

  8. Congrats Julie. Although when I click the Smashwords link, I find Summer’s Edge by Matt Sinclair. Your book is titled Irreplaceable, correct?

  9. Summer’s Edge is the correct book. Julie’s story is one of many in there. It’s an anthology.

  10. Ah, now it makes sense.

  11. Congratulations, Julie! Yes, I bought it… ๐Ÿ˜€

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