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
Winter was, at the time of publication, the longest short fiction story I had ever written at 14,500 words. It’s a fairly long Novellette that is written in four parts. I will be publishing them one segment at a time, so each segment should be between 4000 and 5000 words.
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Today’s story is called Road Rage. it features a rather unsympathetic protag, something I don’t normally do.
Road Rage appeared in the February, 2009 issue of M-Brane SF. It is a 5000 word story that was my 25th published.
Robbie Kent hated … Continue reading
Today’s story is my take on Groundhog Day. It’s a story called Chaos Theory, and I actually wrote it before I had ever seen Groundhog Day.
This story appeared in the June 2007 issue of Darker Matter. It weighs in at 5200 words and was my 8th published story.
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Today’s story is a hard SF tale. A Nice Day for a Walk originally appeared in the August, 2009 issue of Tales of the Talisman. It weighs in at 4400 words and is a bit darker than the humor I posted earlier. It is my 32nd published story.
Today’s story is a little flash piece i wrote while part of an online writing group called Liberty Hall. It’s called I Can Fly. While it’s not long, it has been called disturbing.
This story is a mere 500 words. It is my 20th published story, and originally appeared in … Continue reading
Here is the next of my previously published stories that I’ve decided to share while we’re all cooped up in the house. this story is called Hole in the Wall. It was my 4th published story, appearing in the May 2006 issue of Atomjack magazine. It’s another relatively short one … Continue reading
Since we’re all pretty much homebodies these days, I thought I’d share some of my previously published fiction. I’ll be posting these stories regularly until we’re out of this situation or I’m out of stories to share.
The stories range in size from flash fiction of a few hundred … Continue reading
Getting back on the horse was a bit difficult. I had a spark of motivation when both Mary Robinette Kowal and Aliette de Bodard won awards last spring. With a little inspiration from a picture tweeted by C. C. Finlay, I managed to get the writing engine kickstarted.
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