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Short Story Strands: Halloween 2012 Edition

Come celebrate Halloween in ways both spooky and fun in this collection of sixteen short stories spun by talented new voices in science fiction and fantasy.

The flash fiction “The Red Card” is featured and is my first foray into horror.

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Twist of FateAdd to Goodreads

Twist of Fate

In May of 2013, tornadoes ripped through Oklahoma, most notably causing severe destruction in the city of Moore. Safety was stolen, dreams were destroyed, lives were lost. Almost immediately, authors and artists from around the world joined together so that their expressions of emotion could be put to good use. The dozens of authors and artists who contributed to this anthology represent caring people whose effort has combined to create the charity anthology “Twist Of Fate.” Representing the Indies In Action group, 60 authors have combined to contribute 78 different writings in a charity anthology to help tornado victims in Oklahoma. The authors represent people from all around the globe. Nine countries are represented, and several of the contributors actually live in or have lived in “Tornado Alley.” It is a grassroots, group effort to help those who need it the most. The writing and photos mix to create an experience you will want to share. This inspiring collection is a wonderful way to make a difference for those who truly need it the most. The proceeds from this book go to the May Tornadoes Relief Fund, managed by the United Way, which in turn is used to help the victims of this tragic display of nature’s fury. Thank you for sharing hope.

The flash fiction “Home” was featured in this anthology. It’s a story of hope and love among devastation.

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The Writers' Stuff: A Multi-Genre AnthologyAdd to Goodreads

The Writers’ Stuff: A Multi-Genre Anthology

A multi-genre anthology of short stories and excerpts from the members of The Write Stuff.

The short story “Lilith” is a literary story set in the future. What would happen if a robot prostitute started to feel human? Due to the themes of this story, it is not recommended for younger audiences.

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Recollection of Shared Days: Stories of CelebrationAdd to Goodreads

Recollection of Shared Days: Stories of Celebration

The desire to celebrate is intrinsic to human nautre. Whether it be a victory or a new season, humans have found something to use as an excuse to get together and party. The authors at Paper Crane Books have written original stories to showcase the days we all love best: holidays. Seven stories. Four seasons. They span across time, countries, and even worlds. Come and celebrate with us!

The short story “The Good Luck Sea” is set in 1970s South Korea. On children’s day, a young girl makes a request to return back to their old village to see the ocean once again. And on this holiday, miracles happen.

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Hot Summer Nights

Stories to fill a quiet night of reading, from authors representing a wide range of genres.

The flash fiction “Sanctuary” deals with childhood death.

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Ode to Autumn: Season of ChangeAdd to Goodreads

Ode to Autumn: Season of Change

An anthology of dark and deadly poems and short stories from over eighteen acclaimed, award-winning indie authors, hosted by Linell Jeppsen!

The short story “Memories” deals with the sudden realization of change from childhood to adulthood.

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Insignia, Vol. 3: Southeast Asian FantasyAdd to Goodreads

Insignia, Volume 3: Southeast Asian Fantasy

INSIGNIA Vol.3 includes 7 Southeast Asian fantasy stories with a mix of literary, contemporary, myth-based, and historical fantasy pieces. Countries included are Singapore, Vietnam, Indonesia, and the Philippines.

In my short story “The Third Eye” a Filipino decides they have had enough of the terrifying dwende holding their village under their reign. This story is set in the Philippines with horror-undertones.

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