Tag: fantasy

Seamen | Work in Progress

Is MerMay swimming along faster than expected, or is that just me? Either way, here's a flash fantasy I've been meaning to share. This is only a rough draft, so please don't get too attached to it. I will be building up the story more later. Accompanying artwork will be added when it's more than … Continue reading Seamen | Work in Progress

Fiction | Demonic Garage

Fiction | Demonic Garage

Someone’s going to have to lend a hand. © calibra ​The demon gave up on tempting Irwin from his seat in the back corner of Irwin’s garage. He’d sat on the raised platform by the door into the house too long, apparently. The metal legs of his chair clanged on the concrete floor. “How long you … Continue reading Fiction | Demonic Garage

Eligibility Post for 2019 SFF Awards

Eligibility Post for 2019 SFF Awards

This post is an expansion of "Time Jumps: 2018 Review". Messy details are presented here for later reference. Works Published in 2018 Most of my science fiction and fantasy (SFF) last year was flash fiction. Below is a list. Short stories and one poem published on Medium.com. Of note... "Love Letters" (Feb) "Disconnect" (Feb) "Wrangling … Continue reading Eligibility Post for 2019 SFF Awards

The Writer in the Corner: On Characterization

The Writer in the Corner: On Characterization

A writer in one of my groups asked how to avoid cookie-cutter characters. That got me thinking about the main characters in my flash fiction. It's what most of you know me for, I'm pretty certain. So, who are my characters on Medium.com? What do they do...? A creepy narrator commits murder of passion. [This … Continue reading The Writer in the Corner: On Characterization

Fiction | Discerning Lust from Love

This Time… needs some Love, too.© GromovatayaWhile the twins’ antics entertain all us gods, I find myself impatient with their tricks. The sweet gift Hope brings to our meetings bitters. When will Love’s attention turn into kinder acts than pranks?This one party of the gods storms in celebration at the home Space shares with Imagination. … Continue reading Fiction | Discerning Lust from Love

Fiction | Discerning Love from Lust

This Time… needs some Love.© GromovatayaWhile the twins’ antics entertain all us gods, I find myself impatient with their tricks. The sweet gift Hope brings to our meetings bitters. When will Love’s attention turn into kinder acts than pranks?This one party of the gods storms in celebration at the home Space shares with Imagination. Insanity … Continue reading Fiction | Discerning Love from Lust