Tag: "short story"

The Free Indie Reader #1

There is a man name Tom Litchenberg on the internet, and he is a treasure. He's a writer, a pretty good one, often delving into science fiction, fantasy, or whatever tickles his fancy. The best part, however, that he does it all for free. He releases al… more »

The WereWitness

So it was my birthday last week, and I was not feeling quite celebratory the time it came around. It was mostly because I was starting to come down with a case of "the depressions," as the kids call it these days. I've been in a funk these last few mont… more »

The Devil has been Updated

Whelp. Having a website is pretty pointless when you don't actually maintain it. Making promises about what I can get to is probably not a good idea. I will say, though, that the reason that this whole thing exists is mostly to have a spot on the inte… more »

Short story tidbits coming soon!

One of my greatest friends in all the land mailed me her megaportable-but-still-quite-formidable eeePC netbook computer recently, and I spent all of last weekend installing a new operating system on it and souping it up with updates and word processing… more »

The Mad Scientist is now free... FOREVER

Earlier when I posted that The Devil Still Has My Lawnmower & Other Tales of the Weird is now free, I wrote a post that did not exactly resemble what you see there today. I won't go into details, but it definitely did not contain the words "thank yo… more »

The Devil Still Has My Lawnmower & Other Tales of the Weird: Go get it at Smashwords!

Well, it's Friday the 13th, so obviously I should release a short story compilation about devils, space aliens, magic and L.Ron Hubbard, right? YES. The Devil Still Has My Lawnmower & Other Tales of the Weird is now available on Smashwords! Once… more »

Coming soon... a short story compilation on Smashwords!

We can dispute a lot of things in this world, but not this: For every word I write, the world improves, just a little. Such is the power of my fiction. I would be more than a bit surprised if, at the end of my 2,500 year career (I plan on achieving immo… more »