Rejections

Some news! None of it good, sadly. 'Cain's Offering' was rejected from flash fiction online, and 'Limeren't Egg' was rejected from both Clarkesworld and Lightspeed. 'Palindrome' is still waiting at Asimov's though, which could be good, as it's been there for three weeks, and my last story was rejected after only 4 days. I don't …

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Day 4: Health and Fitness

Today we have another 'inspirational quote' prompt, :/ I hope our prompters aren't running out of ideas... "Write your own inspirational quote which promotes health and fitness. Then sell it to the masses, tell why everyone should live by your words." I'm going by the 'health and fitness' part, as you can see by the title. This went …

Day 3: Inspirational Quote.

The prompt for today was 'your favorite inspirational quote and what it means to you.' Well, this is a not-very-inspirational story based on a ridiculous idea I had while thinking about people being inspired by quotes...  enjoy! Richard's dark hair was tousled by the wind as he peered off the rooftop of the office building …

Day 2: Free Prompt.

Well, today's prompt is a free for all. I don't like that, so since the words used were 'free prompt,' I'm using those for my story. You can't get away with not giving me a prompt! I'll be prompted by your lack of prompt! Promptly even! Enjoy 🙂 The crowd milled and rambled in an …

Day 1: Define Blogging

It's day one of my self-inflicted blogging challenge, the prompt is 'define blogging', and here is what I whipped up! Enjoy! I sure hope I can keep this up... George's fingers remained stubbornly motionless on the keyboard. It had been two days since he decided he was going to get in on this blogging business, …

30 day blogging challenge.

I think I've been posting too many old stories, and it's time to write some new ones. A lot of new ones. How about thirty new ones? Sounds good to me! I spend some time in the lovely writing community at writing.com , and the folks there are having a challenge for the bloggers: Make a …

Luna’s Box

I was trying to go classic sci-fi- with this one. I think it turned out pretty decent. Not much to say about this one, it's pretty straight-forward!     The airlock slid open with a hiss, and geologist Dr. Ellen Hastings stepped into the Easton Mining Company's biopod on the surface of the moon. Biologists …