So. It has come to this.
Yes! It really has. It’s here!
Hinting at Shadows is now available in both eBook and paperback.
After some minor bumps and bruises with the ever-delightful formatting process, I am finally able to release my book into the world.
This is a collection of short fiction. Flash, micro, sudden, postcard, hint… Whatever you label it, it’s fiction. And it’s short.
I hope to entertain but, really, it’s awesome if I can spark your imagination or get you thinking about possibilities.
As most of you know, when I write fiction, I turn to the dark side. (I am this close to a Star Wars reference…)
This book is a mixture of darkness and softness. I skip the gore and go straight for the heart, allowing words to whisper dark, suggestive snapshots of the psyche. I’m fascinated by human nature. These are stories that hint at the things in the shadows.
Thanks to all you tweeps, blogging friends, and writer buddies who supported, encouraged, and, quite frankly, kept me going with your excitement for this project. You are all awesome. A special thanks to Sacha Black, Rachael Ritchey, and Loni Townsend for all their help.
Blurb for Hinting at Shadows:
NO ONE ESCAPES LIFE UNSCATHED
Delve into the deeper reaches of the human condition and the darkness that lives there.
A girl haunted by her sister’s drowning. A boy desperate for his father’s affection. A woman forced to make a devastating decision. A man trapped by his obsessions.
Experience tales of love, loss, murder, and madness through this collection of flash and micro fiction.
Take a peek behind the smile of a stranger. Get a glimpse inside the heart of a friend. Scratch the surface and discover what is hidden beneath.
These stories will open your mind, tug at your thoughts, and allow you to explore the possibility that, even in the brightest moments, something is Hinting at Shadows.
Each selection is approximately 100 words, with a bonus section of Microbursts in which each story is told in 50 words or less.
Available to buy:
If you decide to grab a copy, I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed creating shadows with flash.