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Ficlet – Ishika at the Imlaya Pub – The Seer of Ice and Sky by Natsuya Uesugi [Guest Post]

Ficlet - Ishika at the Imlaya Pub – The Seer of Ice and Sky by Natsuya Uesugi [Guest Post]

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Voyager Designation Fifty-Seven [Short Story – Weird Fiction/Horror]

How about a free short story? I haven't doen one of those for a while. This is 'Voyager Designation Fifty-Seven', my strange tale about a train that is not all that it seems.

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Guest Post: The Start of a Friendship by Blaine D. Arden

Check out The Start of a Friendship, a short story by @BlaineDArden set in the Aliens, Smith and Jones universe.

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Anthology Appearances [Sci-Fi / Fantasy / LGBT / Contemporary / Furry]

Anthologies that feature stories by me, covering multiple genres including sci-fi, fantasy, furry and LGBT

Projects Update: June 2018 – Announcements Galore!

Welcome, one and all, to my latest Projects Update. So, I've promised announcements with that title, haven't I? Well, this time around, I do have a few! So, let's get to it and see what's progressing in my creative work ...   The Cassie Tam Files This is my lesbian sci-fi / crime noir series. … Continue reading Projects Update: June 2018 – Announcements Galore!

Short Story: Wheatlice

“Ladies and Gentlemen, this is Johnny Stetson welcoming you back to Weird Tales and Unbelievable Truths. Earlier this week, I was fortunate enough to be able to speak with a fascinating man with an even more fascinating collection of wheat seeds. Now, I know how that sounds, but trust me folks, this is a wondrous … Continue reading Short Story: Wheatlice

Short Story: A Public Warning

“Sounds like a bad joke, don’t it?” Paul asked, smiling widely. Father Stevenson raised an eyebrow irritably and grunted, “Excuse me?” “A priest, a director and a journalist walk into an abandoned movie theatre. It sounds like the start of a bad joke.” “Ah, yes,” the priest sighed. “I forgot that you fancied yourself as … Continue reading Short Story: A Public Warning

Short Story: Skrip

“Seriously dude,” Jacob slurred. “I was up there, up on the stage and … and … there was this one chick that was totally into me. She was like, so into me that she was damn near having an apoplectic attack.” “Of course she was,” Saul sighed and lightly pushed Jacob’s face away. The last … Continue reading Short Story: Skrip

Month In Reveiw: June 2017 / Projects Update: July 2017

Welcome, one and all, to the June 2017 round-up/July 2017 projects update. And what a fun month it’s been too! From advancement with different projects to some success with blog postings, things are looking great! As always, we’ll be kicking off with the month in review.   Postings for June 2017 This month, we’re going … Continue reading Month In Reveiw: June 2017 / Projects Update: July 2017

A wild anthology appears – ROAR 8

Welcome, one and all, to another random blog entry. So, in keeping with my bizarrely active posting schedule this month (don’t worry, it’ll cool off slightly in March), it’s time for one of those rambling preambles followed by a totally obvious reveal at the end. Long before I started writing (let alone publishing) my current … Continue reading A wild anthology appears – ROAR 8

Short Story: For Those That Live On, I Leave You This

This is a story that I started work on about four years ago, but never got around to finishing. I am now happy enough with it to post it. For Those That Live On, I Leave You This The enclosed disc contains the last recording of Joel Moran, second lieutenant aboard the Melzez Door. Should … Continue reading Short Story: For Those That Live On, I Leave You This