I woke up on July 8, 2015, to find that Dean Wesley Smith had met his challenge with another 3,000-word story—A Matter for a FutureYear. Seeing the final count, I breathed a sigh of relief, because I’d been dreading he’d write more and I was still just feeling my way. I noticed his story was set in his Seeders Universe, and envied him being able to draw on a developed setting. I’ll add developing my novel settings to my task list - as in, focussing more on writing them and so forth, which sounds silly, but I know what I mean. I see lots of writing ahead.
- Story Match: Complete at 3,676 words, a fantasy-science-fiction blend – Hammer and the Trolls
- 366 Days of Flash Fiction: Complete, two science fiction—Tani’s Fate and The Starmen and the Sand
- 366 Days of Poetry: Complete, urban fantasy—Two Worlds, New Worlds, and speculative—Living Through Time
- Another 365 Days of Flash Fiction: Complete, science fiction – Hasken’s Luck
- Another 365 Days of Poetry: Complete, a fantasy poem – The Sea Troll in the Sand