Hey, would you look at that.
All of the stories published in Flash Fiction Online last year have been collected into one convenient anthology, including my story Copy Machine.
The anthology has a gorgeous cover, and look at that! My name is right there on the cover. First time I’ve made the cover of anything. Is my name becoming a draw? 🙂
The anthology is available in Kindle, Nook, and PDF format.
My story “Copy Machine” is now available in the June issue of Flash Fiction Online.
And there’s art! I think that’s the first time someone has done art for one of my stories. Author achievement unlocked!
I’m quite happy with this story. I had just finished reading the excellent “If You Were a Dinosaur, My Love” (which has since won a Nebula) and I thought, “Why don’t stories like this ever have a happy ending?” So I sat down and wrote this in a sitting, and I’m very happy with how it came out. It doesn’t bear much resemblance to the inspiration, other than the 2nd person.
I encourage you to go take a look, however, be aware: in Flash Fiction Online land, stories look back at you!
I’m happy to announce my story “Copy Machine” will be appearing at Flash Fiction Online.
It’s a little strange to say, but I *really* like this story. I mean, I like all of my stories, but every once in awhile I write one that I’m particularly pleased with, and this is one of them.
April was a *crazy* month in terms of writing. I had 3 acceptances, not to mention the play performance. Keep in mind that 3 acceptances is the most I’ve ever had in an entire year, and now here are 3 in one month. Add that to my upcoming reading, and I’m almost starting to feel like a real author!
All right May, the bar is set high; let’s see if you can top it.