Stay safe from the Evacuation Zone with Peanut Butter and Jelly while visiting the Isolation Worlds or Planet Loreia in Gamma Zaria. Molly’s Second Chance in the Meadow Race leads to Summer on Solar Life.
While I Don’t Mean You is intended to be encouraging, it often leads to Better Forgotten Memories as the Status Quo, or No shifts. Nerissa’s Legacy gives us A Fair Beginning with Prince Charming, in a life where the Safe Place is home.
As our world struggles to survive, and to find A Measure of Life, filled with Painted Paper, will we build Glasses Houses, or Cycle through our lives? Adult Orphanages, and Finally Family may become reality, instead of Second Place.
Will Broken Dogma lead us to Cluster? Or will The Gift allow us to encourage Going Hunting while Saving the Family Farm with (or without) the Written Word?
Stories slip between ten categories. Delve deep into forty stories about an altered past, a dreamed of future, and perhaps, even a present we don’t recognize under the surface. Meet aliens, and cultures you don’t know exist.
40 Short Stories
6 X 9 – 243 pages
7 X 10 – 281 pages
Targeted Age Group:: 13+
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
These short stories include looks through multiple disabilities and universes. Some closer to us, and others further away.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
Each story came complete with characters ready to tell their story. No tow have the same characters.
The man twisted open one glass jar, and pushed the dead twig inside. It came out covered in red, the known color of human blood. "Fresh strawberries I picked myself."
Grimel shivered. This man ate his own kind's blood. Scary.
The man glanced from his work to Grimel. "Do you like strawberry jelly?"
He couldn't respond. The word wasn't one he recognized.
With a smile, the man turned back to the next glass container and opened it. When he jabbed the stick in, it came out covered in a semi solid brown that looked just like Grimel's blood.
Grimel stepped back.
The man smeared the "blood" on the second slab, and slapped them together. Then he raised it to his mouth and took a bite.
That was enough! Grimel ran from the house and didn't care that all four feet clattered down the steps. There was no way he was going back. Someone else would have to find the escaped convict who had taken cover on Earth.
His superiors would expect him to report on what he had seen. Could he remember it? Grimel stopped at the edge of the field as he removed his human costume with his taser.
What was it?
Could he show his superiors how to make it?
Two slabs of dead grains hidden in plastic.
Human blood from a jar smeared with a twig onto one slab.
The convict's blood from another jar smeared onto the other slab.
Slapped together, and a bite swallowed.
He shivered so hard he nearly fell. Even with all four legs firmly on the ground.
The sight of such a thing, he hoped to never see again.
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