#Wipfire For My Anthology
Thanks for the great blogging ideas on Monday. Just feeling your support has helped me come up with stuff to write about.
Currently I’m focusing on just two of my writing projects–Fade Into Me (YA Fantasy) and Stellar Cloud (Science Fiction Anthology). They are the two that are closest to being finished so it’s a logical place to start, don’t you think?
Monday I went through two crit partners comments for Stellar Cloud and made a few tweaks. Then I went in search of an editor and cover artist. My goal is to get this done and self published by the end of October. I got so excited that I tweeted a wipfire for each of the six stories. Today I’m going to share them with you.
But first, did you know that 5/6 of these ideas started as something I wrote for a blogfest? True! They’ve changed a bit over the last year or so, but I just love the ideas in them. A couple of them have me asking, “How did they get here?” or “What might happen next?” But I have to say NO! Finish what I’ve got going and if I’m still thinking about these questions in a year or so I can pull them back out.
Here is a short blurb for each story followed by the #wipfire tweet.
A soldier struggles with the emptiness left behind by amnesia until he learns he is more than the world would have him remember.
#wipfire If the vocalizers on the fallen ship still worked, the whole earth would feel his pain.
The earth is desolate, and only one lonely ship of humans remains. They circle the solar system sending down one chosen man every twenty-five years to see if the planet is habitable.
#wipfire The other students chatted as they left, but Gareth stayed and wished for a real sky over his head.
A woman must choose between a slow death from old age or submitting herself to the Continuation process. But does she really have a choice?
#wipfire Who knew that years of protesting Continuation would earn us the right to have our electrical impulses added to the human super computer?
A husband and wife may keep secrets, but this one could put an end to all of their dreams or be the beginning they longed for.
#wipfire Thank you for traveling on the Galaxy Gala. It’s been our pleasure to serve you and we hope you enjoy your new life.
An assassin plays god, dealing out justice and mercy as he sees fit. When he’s put through the same process will he think it was merciful?
#wipfire I’d killed many men. Too many perhaps. This would be one of my saves.
A mother’s instinct may be the only thing that can keep her alive on a deadly new planet.
#wipfire His last words echoed in my head, “Avalon is perfectly safe, I promise.”