Here’s a story that will appeal to all the weather wonks out there. It’s called Throwing a Haymaker. this originally appeared in the March 2010 issue of M-Brane SF. It’s on the long end for a short story at 6600 words, and was my 37th published story.
THROWING … Continue reading
This is the third of three stories exploring immortality and the end of time. One Way Trip originally appeared in the February, 2008 issue of Escape Velocity. It is my 15th published story. the longest of the three stories, this one weighs in at 2650 words.
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This is the second of three stories exploring immortality and the end of time. The Cosmology is 950 words and originally appeared in the November, 2007 issue of AnotheRealm. The publication awarded this story, my 16th published, their 2007 D.G.K. Goldberg Award for best horror story. Is this a horror … Continue reading
Sometimes, when you have a story idea, you have to choose the right ending. I wanted to explore the conflict of immortality and the end of time. Great idea, but I came up with three endings. Rather than choose, I decided to write all three, which I will be posting … Continue reading
This little flash piece was a lot of fun to write. As I recall, I wrote it on a school bus as I accompanied one of my children on a field trip to Northern Arizona. (Another member of my writers group at the time, Melanie Lewis, was also on this … Continue reading
This story is a bit shorter than the last one…okay, a lot shorter at 2200 words. Come to Slaughter, Pig originally appeared in the February, 2009 issue of AnotheRealm. It was my 26th published story.
COME TO SLAUGHTER, PIG
It was a grueling … Continue reading
Here is the conclusion to the novella Winter.
Part 4 – Ancients
With special attention from several bilingual humans, Yutiko was ready to depart on his mission in under a week. The humans gave him some pills to keep his stomach in-line … Continue reading
Part 3 – Sea
Hodges had called this watercraft a boat. When the boat finally moved, it woke Yutiko up. He looked at Hodges and found him still asleep. Let him rest, he needed it. Yutiko, on the other hand, needed … Continue reading
Part 2 – Land
One tribal human approached as the others raised their weapons. He approached Hodges, stopping out of arms reach. He spoke, but it was gibberish, and meant nothing to Yutiko, and apparently meant nothing to … Continue reading