RD Larson can‘t help writing. Her imagination forces her to write every day. She lives on an island off the west coast of the US. She reads like she’s feasting and writes like she’s starving. She has had more than 230 articles, stories and essays published online and in print. Her interests are reading, sailing, kayaking, hiking along the coast, and gardening.
RD Larson’s story, Malaise, was chosen from among hundreds of other entries for publication from The Paper Journey, in an short story collection entitled Original Sin: The Seven Deadlies Come Home to Roost. Other published stories are included in Women Behaving Badly, (anthology also from The Paper Journey), Angel On My Shoulder (anthology from Wind River Press), Kaleidoscope (anthology from BeWrite Publishing in the UK with prize winning ebooksonthe.net’s holiday story winner, Christmas on Red Dog Road. She has been published in the anthology from The Dark side of Love, also from www.BeWrite.net and in Their Mysterious Ways, by Guideposts, as well as two novels, Evil Angel, from Be Write Publishing and Saving Reverend Clayton, co-authored with Louise Ulmer, a 2004 EPPI finalist, and Mama Tried to Raise a Lady, a 2005 EPPI finalist, both available at ebooksonthe.net. Her website is www.RDLarson.com and her blog site is http://www.RDLarson/blogspot.com. Her fan site from Australia with webmaster Joan James with free stories and updates is http://www.kenseamedia.com/rdlarson/.
Larson’s other stories have appeared in Literary Potpourri, Jason Gurley’s Deeply Shallow, Scrivener’s Pen, Rear View Mirror, Copperfield Review, The 3rd Degree, Bewildering Stories, The Secret Attic where she won first place in January for The Bony Ghosts of Courveaux Manse, as well as also two of the chap booklets published by Secret Attic and numerous stories in the literary ezine Footsteps to Oxford, where her essay, Unseen Song was chosen to be displayed under the work of Robert Bieber at The Swartzentruber Studio.
She is finishing her fourth novel, Friends: Erle and Stumpy.