I’m thrilled to have a new story, “Caressing Charon” out in Fiction River: Moonscapes.
We all look up at the moon and wonder. And maybe dream. For centuries, the moon filled our imaginations. Eleven professional writers took those dreams and set original stories on moons scattered all over the galaxy. Yet, as the dreams of centuries, every story holds a human touch. From a mythical man fulfilling a childhood wish to a fantastic addition to Kristine Kathryn Rusch’s bestselling Retrieval Artist series, this volume of Fiction River allows you to travel to eleven different moons without leaving the comfort of home.
Fiction River is an original fiction anthology series. Modeled on successful anthology series of the past, from Orbit to Universe to Pulphouse: The Hardback Magazine, the goal of Fiction River is to provide a forum for “original ground-breaking fiction of all genres.”
Find it at these retailers, available in paperback and e-book editions:
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New story relaunch today, Quantum Uncertainty, now available from Glittering Throng Press.
Private Detective Barry Holliday, Doc to his friends, likes industrial cases for the pay check, but otherwise could leave it. The job from Q-Prime looks ordinary. Track down the hacker responsible for stealing private corporate data, retrieve the information and turn the hacker over to the cops.
Even the easiest jobs have a way of leading to unexpected places.
Another story relaunched today, Witness to Dust, previously published as written by “Tennessee Hicks”, now available at Glittering Throng Press.
The Dust came and Death followed. An alien pandemic unleashed on the world, transforming people into Dusters.
They called themselves Witnesses. Witness to what?
Delancie Haines didn’t know. She read the news, saw the reports about the new minority, hated and feared by everyone. Stories of loved ones transformed, turning on their own families.
She didn’t understand. Not until Death chased her down the trail.
Another story live today, This Book is Haunted, previously published as written by “R.M. Haag”, now available at Glittering Throng Press.
Librarian Scott Taylor enjoys the quiet at the end of the day. Picking up the books, straightening up, spending a few minutes to get the library ready for the next day.
Books have a way of capturing memories and feelings. And tonight Scott discovers that a connection to a book lasts.
New story now live, the relaunch of Eetees, available now at Glittering Throng Press.
Another story went live this week, the relaunch of The Good Samaritan, previously published under as written by “R.M. Haag”, available now at Glittering Throng Press.