This isn’t even a story, it’s just a stub so I can remember something I thought up to be used in something else later. Probably.
So here’s the thing: agents get to read lots of stuff. Why should they get all the fun? Here, you can read the same amount of my book that they can!
I did a short story. So there.
I was bored. Someone showed me this. I judged it.
I am the law.
Well, I may not have posted here for a while, but that doesn’t mean I’ve not been writing.
While a load of things have been going on, the important thing is that I’m trying to knock out a chapter-per-week webnovella thing called There’s Always a Girl. To keep it from clogging up this site, however, I’ve gone and given it its own.
So, if you’re looking for something to read, check out http://theresalwaysagirl.wordpress.com
Hopefully I’ll be back here with other stories before too long, though!
No, really, it isn’t.
Well, this was a competition entry for the Alibi network’s crime writing thing. They gave use the first line and we had to turn it into a story. I wasn’t shortlisted, but I’m proud with this story anyway, so I’m putting it up here. I expect lots of comments decrying Alibi for not shortlisting me, it’s your duty!
More world building! I like doing stories about people who show up in novel 2, helps me finish getting inside their head. Hopefully you enjoy reading it.
This is probably flavour text rather than a story. More for the Craneverse. Largely a braindump so I can remember how Rand City works, but you might like it anyway.