It be the eighth chapter of our 6000 year epic- This time we turn our gaze to the northern alps, where the Romans are holding out. As always, Cadellin.net has epub, mobi and PDF releases of the novel, as well as a PDF of just the most recent chapter. You can view that over here on the page for the project.
Secondly, I have another titbit I thought I’d share with you folks. Last week I did a flash fiction writing thing with my partner Leah, and made a stories with very short wordcount. Here is my personal favourite from that session- fifty words with the topic of “replacement”.
The man wore a false smile, nodding as the woman spoke. She couldn’t see the truth. Behind the mask lay something that was not human; that had never been human. He laughed at her joke, but the mirth did not reach his eyes. For in truth, he had no eyes.
I think I’ve been reading a little too much SCP recently. Anyhow, till next time!
Its true- after almost two years of random tinkering, The Last Echo is finally out and available to all. I actually wrote the original version back in 2014, and randomly tinkered with it for a further year and a half. The story was selected for the second issue of Ohio-based sci fi magazine JAMM (Just a Minor Malfunction), and is now available on Amazon worldwide.
Subject Echo awakes in a ruined city, long abandoned, with no memory of how she got there. Follow her in her search for the truth, and uncover what happened to the forgotten civilization…
The story received an editing spree from the highly skilled Michael S. Alter, and it promises to be quite the cracker.
It’s the sixth chapter of our epic, for which we turn our gaze over to Mexico as the Battle Royale continues. As always, check out the page for the project for the latest events in the ongoing AI battle.
In other news, the second issue of Ohio Sci-fi magazine was launched today, containing a short by yours truly. The Last Echo is among the stories contained within those pages. The Amazon links for international readers should be going up any day now, so I’ll post here with more information when those are available. Till then, stay tuned!
Hey there folks, some good news!
A short story of mine, The Last Echo is going to be included in the second issue of Ohio based sci-fi magazine JAMM (Just a Minor Malfunction). Over the last few weeks I’ve been tweaking the text, and my it packs a punch. The Last Echo has never been publicly released, until now.
JAMM #1 (left) launched back in May with contributions from a dozen authors, so I’m proud to be included in the second issue. #2 should be hitting shelves in November, I’ll keep you posted with more info as we roll forwards on that one. Keep an eye on the Indiegogo for the second issue over here as other authors are announced for the volume.