52 in 52 : Story #1 – Always Falling Home (Rabbit’verse)
‘Write a short story every week. It’s not possible to write 52 bad short stories in a row.’ – Ray Bradbury I’ve joined the madness over on the NaNoWriMo thread and going to try and write 52 short stories (or Flash Fiction) in 2017. I’m aiming for flash fiction of roughly five thousand words or less […]
Six Sentence Sunday
Slightly belated post for Six Sentence Sunday (was scheduled to post at 9am, but for some reason the autoposter hiccuped. :p) From the never-ending WiP The Rabbit Who Ate the Moon. It’s soft science fiction and towards the end of the story. Rafiq and First are humans and Simple Grass and her pod are marine […]
Saturday Story Prompts [2012.03.17]
Daydream your way out of Writer’s Block with sunrise blossoms, breaking and biscuit-ing, echoed hopes, !D10T error logs, and violently effective solutions!
Daily Snippit: Science Fiction
Firsts are still something new to the rest of human society. They’re something slightly off the norm even at home and it makes them uncomfortable to be around. At home, they’re uncomfortable, at work they’re aliens in human skins. The First rarely talks, even after she has someone to talk to, but Rafiq’s default communication […]
The Rabbit Who Ate the Moon : Closing Scene?
“I am– mm, forgetful. If I stay too long I forget too much.” She shrugged with a slow roll of shoulders that sent ripples dancing along the pool. “This is how we end.”