Other Stuff I’ve Written

Links to excerpts of unpublished novels (works-in-progress):

Leaving Annalise (winner of Writers’ League of Texas 2010 MS Contest, Romance; 2nd place in Houston Writers’ Guild 2010 MS Contest, Romance)

Conceding Grace (winner of Houston Writers’ Guild 2010 MS Contest, Mainstream Fiction)

Going for Kona (hasn’t entered any contests yet and is very jealous of the other two)

Published non-fiction book:

Prevent Workplace Harassment

Links to professional articles:

HR the West Indian Way: What 5 Years in the Virgin Islands Taught Me About Human Resources

The “Netpat” Phenomenon: Compliance Considerations for Multinational Employers in the U.S.

Mohammed,_You_Too_Are_My_Brother: post 9/11 article about preventing race, religion, and national origin harassment, discrimination, and retaliation against Arabic and Muslim employees.

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  1. […] Not to parse words too much, but technically I have been published — I co-authored a non-fiction tome-o-excitement ten years ago, and I have published a slew of non-fiction articles over the years, some of which you can find on this blog. […]

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