A short retrospective of my writing journey in 2022.Continue reading “The Year 2022 in Writing”
Tag: flash fiction
Publication in Warmer Worlds anthology
My climate flash fiction What’s A Penguin? which was published online by Little Blue Marble earlier this year is also available in the yearly anthology Little Blue Marble 2022: Warmer Worlds (edited by Katrina Archer).
You can buy the anthology in print or ebook format here.
The book is also available on Amazon, Kobo, and most other ebook shops.
Publication: What’s A Penguin?
Another publication! You can now read my climate flash fiction What’s A Penguin? on Little Blue Marble, a great website that raises awareness of the consequences and potential solutions to anthropogenic climate change.
My story is available to read for free here.
If you like this project, please consider donating and/or becoming a Patron of Little Blue Marble!
My first horror story got published in The Quiet Ones – True Love Never Dies!
You can read the magazine for free here with my story Reflections and many other great stories to make your blood run cold.
It took a few tries to get this story accepted somewhere, but I am overjoyed that it found such a good home in excellent company. It also taught me to not give up on stories, even after many rejections.
Publication: One More Sunrise
The first publication of 2022! On Friday, my sci-fi story One More Sunrise was published by Flash Point SF. You can read it for free here!
I wrote this story after a prompt from Furious Fiction, and while it didn’t make it to the short or long list then, after a bit of editing and polishing, I am happy that it found a home in a poignant sci-fi magazine next to other great stories.
The Year 2021 in Writing
A short retrospective of my writing achievements (and failures) in 2021.Continue reading “The Year 2021 in Writing”
Story: Nine Lives
It is time. Time to let go.Continue reading “Story: Nine Lives”
Story: The Final Cut
Scissors glint as they fly through the air, silver blades a harsh contrast to the ink-black of Robin’s long, curly hair.Continue reading “Story: The Final Cut”
This story was first shortlisted in the Furious Fiction July 2019 Contest.
This story was published in City.River.Tree.