Project A-ko

Sixteen years after a mysterious object burst through the Earth’s atmosphere and destroyed Graviton City things are starting to return to normal… A-ko is a sixteen-year-old girl who is already late for her first day at Graviton High School. Thanks to her superhuman speed and strength, she manages to get herself and best friend C-ko to school before the buzzer.

There they encounter B-ko, a rich and snobby girl who takes an interest in C-ko and is willing to do whatever it takes to get A-ko out of the picture, including utilizing her ability to build weaponised mecha.

As if that wasn’t enough, they are being watched by the mysterious Operative D who believes he’s found the missing princess… A giant spaceship enters the Earth’s atmosphere making short work of the defence forces, but A-ko and B-ko are in the middle of a fight and they’re not going to let that stop them. Continue reading “Project A-ko”

Hundred – Season One

Giant alien creatures known as Savages have been attacking the Earth for decades, but Humanity isn’t about to give up. Using Hundreds, a mysterious device that bonds with the host to give them control over super-powered weaponry is their only hope.

Hayato arrives at the floating military city/training academy called Little Garden with the highest ever Hundred compatibility. This makes the quiet and considered individual an instant celebrity. Unfortunately, it also ends up forcing him to duel with the academy president and most powerful slayer, Claire Harvey.

His roommate, Emile offers to help him prepare for his duel and reveals that they have known each other for years, although Hayato has no recollection of this. Can Hayato win his duel and live up to the promise of his potential Continue reading “Hundred – Season One”

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. Continue reading “Red Sun Rising by Alison Ingleby”

Flash Fiction – Treatment

With the recent release of the Indies Unlimted Flash Fiction Anthology, I thought I should enter some more. If I’m lucky I can get into the 2017 anthology. There’s no monetary incentive, but that’s not what this is about. There are a couple of reasons to enter.

Firstly, getting a big pat on the back when your story gets selected cannot be played down. Confidence is as big a part of writing as it is anything else. Anything that builds your confidence is worth putting the time into.

Secondly, it is another publication with your name on it. Having someone else publish a book with your story in can give you a level of credibility.

Lastly, and certainly not least, they are fun to write. They’re also a great way to work on your craft. I’m an efficient writer in that I don’t like to over explain stuff. I try to give the reader just enough for them to build the picture themselves. In flash fiction, every single word counts.

Anyhow, here is my latest entry. Continue reading “Flash Fiction – Treatment”