It slipped by me, and today is the second day of the Sale! Of course, the sales notifications woke me up, and I stared and thought - AHA! https://www.smashwords.com/books/search?query=cage+dunn The sale is all US$, and I have trouble converting, but one is free (or is that two?), and two are half-price. And you can read … Continue reading Smashwords in July
Do you know Crystal Lake Publishing? And that they have a Patreon site? Or that I have a Flash up ready to receive votes? Well, you do now. If you're a Patron of Crystal Lake Patreon site (you have to be in the $5 tier to vote), this is your chance. If you don't, of … Continue reading A Flash Bit
Or a Weekly Wee Or a Monthly monster? Not at all what you think, of course, but how would I know what you think? My psychic abilities were abandoned to the blue garden fairy when she got lost. Like most of those folk, she didn't think I wanted it back ... What am I talking … Continue reading A Daily Dribble
The storm came that night, that's how I remember it. Lightning and thunder scare the grumpkins outta the dog, and she patters around, panting and whining and fretting. I gotta get up, do stuff, turn the kettle on, make noise. Otherwise, she freaks out all night and nobody sleeps. the storm comes The storm? Oh, … Continue reading The Old Bones
This is scene 3; scene 1 here, scene 2 here. The Lake Eyre story continues ... 3. deleted - story will be out soon - will be 0.99 cents for June 2019, then back up to USD2.99.
[Title under review, can't think of the best one yet; cover due soon-ish so I'll have to decide, but here is the start (revised, but maybe not final) of an outback scary story, fantasy, light horror, contemporary] Scene 1: deleted - story will be out soon - will be 0.99 cents for June 2019, then … Continue reading New Novella, Scene 1
See what happens? A story, just for you, here.
Take 2: Goldilocks #716 “There should be mention of the headaches.” Shera held her head in both hands. She didn’t want to follow the blaring instruction to swing her legs off the table. She didn’t want to breathe. It hurt too much. Swirls of pain gripped her head like clamps with extra-deep probes. She remained … Continue reading A Short Story, Part 1 – SF
If these rules are good enough for Elmore Leonard, they should be good enough for me … but I might have to pin them on the computer, just in case
I’m pretty sure I’ve broken a few of these rules, especially in the story about the- ooooh nope, nope, nope, I’m not telling that one yet. But if I find the handwritten pages, and get them typed up, I’ll share snippets. 🙂
Hope you enjoy!