Science fiction stories of time and space…
The future of humanity must be decided in Next Phase. Winning the Planetary Lottery is not as lucky as it first seems in Schrodinger’s Gamble. An apocalypse and its aftermath threaten to tear one couple apart in Daiker’s Children. In Life As I Know It a reclusive man finds both his heart and home invaded during an alien harvest. In Taking Time a demon seeking shelter on a distant planet finds himself facing a very different kind of demon, after answering a frontier settlement’s plea for help.
Stories range from flash fiction to novelette in length.
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About The Author
A life-long addiction to reading science fiction and horror meant writing was the logical outlet for Ellie Garratt’s passions. She is a reader, writer, blogger, Trekkie, and would happily die to be an extra in The Walking Dead. Her short stories have been published in anthologies and online. Passing Time: Nine Short Tales of the Strange and Macabre was published in March 2013 and contains nine previously published stories. Taking Time and Other Science Fiction Stories is her second short story collection.
Celebrate the Small Things
Every Friday, Vicklit of Scribblings of an Aspiring Author hosts the celebrate the small things blog hop.
Enjoyed Star Guiding last Friday night despite how cold it was. I find comfort sitting at the summit. I can see for hundreds of miles. I sit under a vast sky filled with stars. Both make me feel small. Both always make me feel better, comforted. In the scheme of all that, I’m barely a speck.
I’m in the Blogger Book Fair next week. My giveaways are now live. ENTER
I’m on track for finishing Backworlds #4 by end of next week. Well the first draft. Then there’s the revision part…
I’m grateful to have helped out some friends this week. It makes me happy to make others happy.
The Tree of Life project is still ongoing through August 9th. Bet you know some of the writers participating. I added my bit on Wednesday and ended up writing about fire. Little did I know Father Dragon picked up the story from me the next day. It’s like the universe knew. Yeah, and I gave him fire.