I’ve just started a new venture, a new web site dedicated to publishing short original fiction for free.
It’s called The Narratorium, and here’s some more information about it:
What is The Narratorium all about?
The Narratorium is primarily aimed at readers. We want to provide you with an enjoyable place to come and read selected stories, free of charge. We aim to publish at least two or three original items each and every week. The stories we post here will be curated, selected by ourselves for readability and storytelling value. You can think of it as a free online fiction magazine with a small group of editors, who are also authors.
The stories you’ll see here will certainly reflect our own specific taste and writing styles, and if you don’t like our taste or style, you’ll have to go elsewhere. If you do like what we write, however, we hope that you’ll keep coming back. Follow us on your favorite social network and we’ll keep you informed of every new piece we post.
Please come and visit!
This story has now been moved to my new venture The Narratorium. Please come and visit us there, we’ll be publishing at least two or three new pieces of fiction or other narrative every week.
Just a quick note to say that I have just released one of my stories as a free e-book. It is formatted to be suitable for reading in iBooks or any other e-reader which can access the ePub format. PDF and mobi (Kindle) versions are also available.
Titled Paradise Lost, the story deals with Ellie, who in fleeing the collapse of civilization has found herself facing a terrible choice.
Click here to select your format and download the story.
I’m now publishing short stories and other narratives on a regular basis on my new web site, The Narratorium. Free to read, no advertisements. Please visit!
This is the first story I wrote for the first day of a Google+ project as part of National Novel Writing Month during November 2011. I’m not competing in the major event, but this subsidiary event organized by Becky Raymond challenges writers to write a short piece of fiction each day, based on a stimulus photograph or image. It’s called the G+ Flash Fiction Project.
Anyway, this is what I wrote based on this image below. The photo is by Evelyn Lamprey:
This is a work of fiction. All characters appearing in this work are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.