While working on Eager Observer, the third book in my LGBT suspense trilogy (Deviant Behaviors), I accidentally included a writing prompt, so I figured I could excerpt it here for your reading pleasure.
Please keep in mind this piece is unedited, so there might be a typo or a crudely-formed sentence here and there. Continue reading “Another excerpt from Eager Observer… [Free Short Fiction]”
I’m still learning more about the characters in my upcoming book, Eager Observer, third in my Deviant Behaviors trilogy, and today’s story is an attempt to learn more about the characters’ lives before the book to work out the kinks in the plot. Continue reading “Reactions [Free Short Fiction]”
In the past days, I’ve been thinking a lot about my Deviant Behaviors series as I’m getting myself pumped up to write the third (and maybe final) book, Eager Observer, in the coming months. My goal is to know these characters better by the time I get started, so it was only natural that I start focusing on their lives leading up to the events in the series.
This post is part of a series in which I attempt to write a free short fiction piece for Story a Day every (week)day in May. I’m not posting all of them, only those I think will be great for blog readers. They will all be tagged [Free Short Fiction] for easier browsing. Continue reading “Words and Law [Free Short Fiction]”
Since there really is no time like the present, I wanted to get started on my newest challenge while it was fresh in my mind.
This post comes from my effort to write a Story a Day every (week)day in May. I’m not posting all of them, only those I think will be great for blog readers. They will all be tagged [Free Short Fiction] for easier browsing. Continue reading “Closed Roads, Open Doors [Free Short Fiction]”
My newest, Banquet, is finally out!
If you want me to be honest, I’ve been saying it’s like…
If Luke Skywalker had been born a girl and grown up with emotionally distant parents, joined a roving band of space pirates, been betrayed by her leader, then defected, tried to kill him, and was sent to a prison planet to serve out a life sentence.
Only she didn’t make it, because the prison transport crashed, and now she’s on a planet with an equally terrible leader, but this one is running a deadly competition for his own benefit and enjoyment.
And it’s #72 on the Amazon LGBT Science Fiction store right now. Continue reading “It’s like if Luke Skywalker was a girl…”
This is the second part of the crazy-informative article by author Cass Lennox about asexuality to inform ourselves and our work. You can find the first post here.
Continue reading “Fiction and the Asexual Character by Cass Lennox – Part 2”
I can’t believe it’s less than a week now until my new science fiction book, Banquet, comes out.
On one hand, I’m nervous, because I’ve never written long-form sci-fi before. On the other, I have always loved space opera, and I’m hoping to shake it up a bit by adding my own brand of strange into this well-defined genre.
Since I’ve been thinking so much about the book and the universe in which it is set, it was only natural that I use some writing prompts to understand it all better. I used three prompts for this short story. Continue reading “Righteous, she follows. [Free Short Fiction]”