Posts Tagged "novel excerpt"

Entertaining Demons (Novel Excerpt)

by on Jul 27, 2017 in Short Fiction | 2 comments

1. DOWNING, ENGLAND   The night reveled in paradox; flattening sleepers with heat while venting anger in wind and rain. Summer storms held the most fury, lashing out like a confused child. Molly lay in bed, listening to a distant gate slam back and forth, rattling in its moorings....

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Rosewater (Novel Excerpt)

by on Nov 14, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

CHAPTER ONE Rosewater: 2066 I’m at the Integrity Bank job for forty minutes before the anxieties kick in. It’s how I usually start my day. This time it’s because of a wedding and a final exam. Not my wedding, not my exam. In my seat by the window I can see, but not hear, the city. This...

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Freeze/Thaw (Excerpt)

by on May 17, 2016 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

Back Cover Copy: The Earth is icing over and no one knows how to shut the Shade off. Every attempt in the last thirty years has failed and humanity is nearly out of options if they want to regain a world that isn’t covered in snow and ice. Gabe Alfil may be the only person alive...

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Glitch Rain (Excerpt)

by on Feb 23, 2016 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

Back cover copy: Akuba is a low-level hacker for the city’s wealthy, making just enough to keep her bills paid and her booze flowing. Her job is to scrub the social feeds for faces who don’t want to be seen, hanging out at parties to guard the elite from errant social media...

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Severance (Excerpt)

by on Feb 16, 2016 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

Synopsis: After 240 years traveling toward Tau Prius and a new planet to colonize, the inhabitants of the generation ship Argos are bored and aimless. They join groups such as the Markers and the Breeders, have costumed orgies, and test the limits of drugs, alcohol, and pain just to pass...

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