When we think of fantasy, we often think of huge, epic quests to save the world. Defeat the dark lord, restore the light, and bring peace to the entire land. But sometimes, fantasy can - and should - be small-scale. While reading The Alloy of Law by Brandon Sanderson after my fiction fast, I was … Continue reading The Pros of Small-Scale Fantasy
Calling All Beta Readers!
Eyes. Haze’s breath froze in her throat. Beady black eyes locked onto her past the end of her arrow tip. He can’t see me. There’s no way. And yet, there was more than just a simple look in those eyes. He was watching her. Waiting. He didn’t even try to speak or raise his voice … Continue reading Calling All Beta Readers!
Wild: A Sci-Fi Flash Fiction Story
No. 28/100 100-word short stories for my 100 follower celebration! Her heart was a drum, driving her feet ever faster as the ocean became a blur of pink far down below. The suns had no mastery over her dark skin, the wind couldn't control her closely shorn hair. Without warning, Janet stumbled and rocketed into the … Continue reading Wild: A Sci-Fi Flash Fiction Story
The Faerie’s Choice: A Flash Fiction Story
Want to help me get a new desk chair? Check out the details in the donation box below the post! No. 23/100 100-word short stories for my 100 follower celebration! “So, what do you say?” Solara gazed into wide brown eyes so large she thought she could swim in them if she wanted to. She trusted … Continue reading The Faerie’s Choice: A Flash Fiction Story