While writing short stories (short as in brief – not 30 pages short) is not Kellie’s primary focus, she has written them for classes, contests, and well, just because it can help improve one’s writing skills. Luckily, a few (including each of those listed below) have been well-received and awarded Honorable Mentions. The shortest story, SOLITUDE, received Honorable Mention in the 21st annual Ray Bradbury Contest.
If time allows (that pesky time problem again), she may write a few more and publish a small “short story collection”. Until then, interested readers can click below to read one of the following selections. And yes, all comments (and criticisms) are welcome.