Free Fiction Monday: Heart Flesh

In the months following Tim’s death, Sarah dreams. When a mysterious book with a strange dedication and an even stranger plot arrives at her home, her dreams turn to nightmares. Sarah no longer knows how to differentiate dreams from reality. Finding the truth will make the difference between a frightening end or a new beginning. Kristine Kathryn Rusch’s “Heart Flesh” follows a grieving widow on her […]

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Free Fiction Monday: Roger, At Sunset

September, 1963: Roger knows the future. Life in 1960s, the same as in the 1950s, certainly better than the 1940s. Roger’s future looks exactly like his present: the job of his dreams, the wife of his dreams, everything perfect and in a row. Roger, representative of his privileged generation. Roger, who sits down to watch the news every night…in a golden twilight of a soon-to-be […]

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Free Fiction Monday: Canopy

A justice of the peace, a pregnant bride, reluctant witnesses, no real family. What hope does this couple have? They’re eighteen at the most, marrying on Christmas Eve Day. Who will believe in them? Who will care? Maybe they’ll find someone, an unexpected someone, someone who understands “Canopy,” by USA Today bestselling writer Kristine Kathryn Rusch is available for $2.99 (with bonus story) on Kindle, Nook, Smashwords and […]

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Roger, At Sunset

I have a new short story out in the wonderfully eclectic literary magazine, Rosebud.  The story, “Roger, At Sunset,” was one of those amazing stories that arrived fully formed while I was researching something else. Wish that happened to me all the time. You can find Rosebud here. I’d also suggest reading editor Rod Clark’s marvelous Voice Over column every month.

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