Red Sun Rising by Alison Ingleby

Don’t panic, they’re still coming. The Alteruvium Expanse continues to grow, adding more fantastical and speculative tales by an exciting group of authors. (Yes, I’m one of them. No, it’s not blowing my own trumpet, I am of course talking about the others… really…)

This is usually the spot where I would ask you kindly to leave a review, but then this is also the seventh story in the Alteruvium Expanse so you should know the drill by now. Just don’t forget to mention a unicorn when you review The Valley of Souls by T.S. Brothers.

One of my favourite things about short fiction is that you can get through a whole story in one sitting. The stories are usually tighter and more focused, which I am also a huge fan of. I don’t care for filler. Get to the point already. They also have some of the best endings.

Well, that’s enough filler… back to the Alteruvium Expanse.

Red Sun Rising

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It’s been a long winter as usual for Tadia as she watches over the hibernating Taur. With spring on the horizon, they are waking. Tadia is excited to see her daughter again, but that will have to wait.

For the first time in Taur history, they are welcoming another species into their home. It is hoped that it will be the beginning of a peaceful coexistence, but Tadia is suspicious of the humans.

Their previous interactions have not been favourable, but the elders seek peace and as protector, Tadia will need to ensure that the visit goes without a problem. A late addition to the human designation leaves her feeling uneasy and makes her reevaluate the potential threat, but it might already be too late!

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