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Know You Are Worthy ~ Brief Meditations

Often we spend time wondering who we are and what we are here for. There is a crisis of self-doubt,…

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The Winning of Olwen

The Winning of Olwen

THREE STORIES OF LOVE An Arthurian romance set in a modern city…a lover who finds solace in the legend of…

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A collection of mystery storiesy Night

STOPOVER and Other Stories for a Rainy Night

Cozy and noir … Arnold Knight is sure he’s spotted a crime in the neighborhood through binoculars, to the annoyance…

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Guardians of the Field

Guardians of the Field

On the border of a ruined city a field of tall grass moves in the wind and time is erased.…

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The visitors

THE VISITORS

Jen Taverson is watching the Perseid meteor shower on a hot August night when the visitors, alien beings, arrive in…

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The Magic Hour

The Magic Hour

Before full night comes, when the air is indigo and objects less distinct, time and space can shift…this is the…

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MARI

The armies of the Joraghi have invaded the land of Chaimara and are invincible. They do the bidding of Yarok-Mas,…

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Retrieval

Retrieval

  A woman isolated in the Mojave desert, an alien invasion, and a primal obsession… For Gillian Hall running her…

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Winter’s Edge

 In Winter’s Edge, growing up in an asylum like Creedmore should have broken her spirit, but for Ena Williams, it…

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Gene Pool

Night comes to Whitton Falls, and for Cate Somers, paleontologist and researcher, the university town she thought of as a…

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The Gatekeepers of Genthor

The Gatekeepers of Genthor

A dark legacy is born into the land of Genthor. On journeys into the forest of Aginmare, thirteen-year-old Gwendolen receives…

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Banshee

Banshee

An inn for travelers is visited by the fairy power of the Bean Sidhe, the banshee who warns of approaching…

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Force Field

Force Field

A stranger left on a high desert road… An institute where research takes a wrong turn… A doctor who senses…

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SELA, Book 1: The Abyss

SELA, Book 1: the Abyss is the first book in an forthcoming trilogy. A young woman is listening to the…

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Voices from the Old Earth

A mysterious city is an enchanter across time, transforming the lives of those who journey through it–they who are the…

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The Daguerreotype

The Daguerreotype

Hallucination, or reality? Browsing in an old shop, Professor Harry Inman comes across the image of a famous hotel in…

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My Parrot Harry

My Parrot Harry (The Life and Times of Harry, the Eclectus Parrot)

A true story about a wonderful parrot named Harry, who has faith that he is an extraordinary and special bird–and…

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Mad Scientist Journal

Mad Scientist Journal

Excerpt from “The Narrative of Samantha Fremont” Nowhere in the pages was there a repetition of the passage or any…

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NewMyths.com

Excerpt from “Distraction” Manipulation is my specialty. I knew it had to be why they’d selected me for the job.…

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The Missing

Aurora Wolf, A Literary Journal of Science Fiction and Fantasy

Excerpt from “The Missing,” a fantasy story: Thick ice. Silver-jeweled masks. The skaters moved back and forth, leaving trails of…

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T. Gene Davis’s Speculative Blog

Excerpt from “A Perfect Time of Life” “I want to be young forever,” Deirdre announced to the Decider, when her…

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Apocrypha and Abstractions

Excerpt from “Stranded” It would come soon. It must. Until then, there was only the running, another zone, a landscape…

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the EEEL by tNYPress

Excerpt from “Mullings” “There are more than 100 billion galaxies in the known universe and the several largest of these…

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Kzine

Kzine

Excerpt from “Real Predictions” The warden walked down the long corridor with his first-line supervisor. The harsh fluorescent lights above…

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Thrice Fiction

Excerpt from “Hot July Night” Available for print and also digital (free) at http://www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/415498

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Over My Dead Body!

Excerpt from “Persistence Can Be Fatal” “I have it now, the words captured, the scenes so clear in my head.…

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Halfway Down the Stairs

Excerpt from “Timeshare” “I don’t want to,” Joe said, and he started pacing back and forth. We’d come on holiday…

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Bewildering Stories

Excerpt from “Logic Is a Halfway House” Anton had expected a larger room, and better lighting. Bad enough he had…

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A Twist of Noir

Excerpt from Interlude Stories: “Wishful Thinking:” Brenner called himself a private detective and he was suited to the job, as…

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More Stories

“Echoes” in Subtle Fiction, January 23, 2012 “The Naming of Things,” in Flashquake, Summer Issue, 2012 “Perception,” Fried Fiction, September…

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