Flash Fiction Friday – Dreams and Rebels

Oh hey, it’s a flash fiction Friday post! It’s been a while, or at least it feels like it. This piece is inspired by my partner sleep-talking, and me being in a mood for the (perhaps) unexpected. Hope you enjoy! Dreams and Rebels “How’sa rebellion?” Jac and I shot each other a look over Cal’s snoozing, sleep-talking form. He mumbled Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – Dreams and Rebels

Worldbuilding Wednesday – My Fundamental Questions

Since I didn’t do my worldbuilding stream Sunday, I don’t have any fun tidbits of progress to share with you today. Instead, I want to talk a little about one of the hardest things about worldbuilding (especially if you’re new): where to start? There are a lot of different advice on this out there, and the advice I’m about to Continue reading Worldbuilding Wednesday – My Fundamental Questions

Flash Fiction Friday – Re: re: Just an October hello

A lot of different media I’m consuming are touching on reincarnation and otherwise getting a new body right now, so here’s a little thing that popped into my brain.I really enjoy writing in this sort of style sometimes, letters or journal entries or that sort of thing. Hope you like it! Re: re: Just an October hello Dear Tuko, It Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – Re: re: Just an October hello

Flash Fiction Friday – One Of Those Trips

Another week, another space-themed flash fiction piece! This one isn’t intended to be a Star Trek thing but I keep using Star Trek vocab so whatever. Enjoy! Francie looked out through the large viewing window, bracing herself against the familiar jolt as the ship left orbit and the planet below began drawing further and further away. Another successful beginning to Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – One Of Those Trips

Flash Fiction Friday – My Name is TAI

I was talking with my boyfriend yesterday about tropes for artificial intelligences in fiction, and thought to myself that it would be interesting to see an AI character that wanted to make the world better for humans rather than being willing to sacrifice humans for the sake of humanity (if that makes sense). This scene didn’t turn out to be quite that, Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – My Name is TAI

Adventboost 2017 – Day 2 – Gunrunners by Cecil Wilde

(Psst. Have you checked out yesterday’s boost about the hashtag #Showupforwishes? Cuz you should!) And now, on to today’s boost! Gunrunners by Cecil Wilde Today I want to tell you about a lovely book called Gunrunners which, as its synopsis says, is “a short queer space adventure by Cecil Wilde”. This was one of those books I came across randomly on Continue reading Adventboost 2017 – Day 2 – Gunrunners by Cecil Wilde

Flash Fiction Friday – The New Body

Tonight’s flash fiction piece is vaguely inspired by a dream I had the other day, though the tone in this is quite different from the dream: She sat in front of the tank for several hours the day before. The body was awe-inspiring, tall and powerful, silicone skin flawless. The red lips were parted slightly, showing a row of brilliant Continue reading Flash Fiction Friday – The New Body

Flash Fiction Fri- Saturday – The Session

Last night I was way too tired for my flash fiction, so I kept it for today. Recently I’ve been watching The Flash and it got me thinking it’d be fun to write a book, or even a comic, about a prison for people with superpowers where there was actually some attempt at rehabilitation. I decided to nibble at the idea Continue reading Flash Fiction Fri- Saturday – The Session

Roses are Red, Aliens are Blue

I’ve realized recently that when I create a character with a skin tone that does not exist in the human spectrum, I seem to default to blue. I’m not really sure why that is. I’ve read somewhere, though I don’t know if it’s true, that some designers opt for skin tones on the blue and green side of the spectrum Continue reading Roses are Red, Aliens are Blue