STORIES

The easiest way to get a “taste” of my short fiction is probably just to click on one of my published books on Amazon and read the preview portion (as these are short fiction collections, that usually guarantees at least a couple of tales).

Most of my submitted fiction happened a few years ago (although I still send out the odd piece now and then). Links to stories that are still available online  (most of them free to read, and pretty much all of them flash fiction) appear below:-

Forthcoming

SF: “Box, Set” – All Hail Our Robot Conquerors! to be published August 2017 by Zombies Need Brains

PUBLISHED…

(The following are stories still “available” — links to other stories under my byline no longer work)

SF: “Going Back for Seconds” – in Daily Science Fiction

SF: “Last Times” – in Perihelion SF

SF: “The Hair-raising Spike” in Stupefying Stories

SF: “Timed Out” – in Mythaxis

Article: Predictions for 2017 (mine is the lucky 13th of the 15 invited authors…) – Perihelion SF

SF: “CAPTAIN PERCINA SAUNDERS” – a series of 10 adventures –  Daily Science Fiction

SF: “Tells of the Block Widowers” in Perihelion SF

SF: “Distant and Remote” in Mythaxis

SF: “Last Day of The Mute Ant” in Mythaxis

SF: “Whistle Harm, Parp” appeared in Mythaxis

SF: “Robot Rover” appeared in Mythaxis

SF: “Knowing Your Human” in Daily Science Fiction

SF: “Adalet” appeared in Mythaxis.

SF: “Squidge” appeared in 4star stories

FANTASY: “The Cave of Tigers” appeared in Spider Magazine, Sept 2014 (requires purchase). If you want to check out one of the great illustrations Julie Kim produced for the story: click here.

HORROR: “Waiting to be Seen” appeared in Metro Fiction

HORROR: “Heads” appeared in Kzine (requires purchase)

HORROR: “Just One Question” appeared in Roar and Thunder

HORROR: “Walking The Dead” appeared in Tales of the Zombie War.

SF: “Aye-Nay” appeared in Mythaxis.

HORROR: “When We Lived In a House” appeared in EveryDayFiction

CRIME: “The Shoplifter” appeared in EveryDayFiction

FANTASY: “The Wiser of Oz” appeared in Stupefying Stories

HORROR: “Pignus” appeared in Cast of Wonders

SF: “The Party Boy” appeared in EveryDayFiction

HORROR: “In Circles” appeared in EveryDayFiction

HORROR: “Scream” appeared in Liquid Imagination

SF: “Berryblack” appeared in Fiction Vortex, November 2013.

GENERAL: “But No Cigar” appeared in Everyday Fiction.

SF: “Lyam” appeared in Daily Science Fiction.

FANTASY: “Coffee Pot” appeared in Daily Science Fiction.

ROMANCE: “Mishmatch” appeared in Everydayfiction

FANTASY “The P’s Cat” appeared in Penumbra Literary Magazine (Madrid) (page 53)

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4 comments

  1. Jez, I just stopped by to tell you how much I’ve enjoyed the Percina Saunders series! I just finished reading your season finale, and I’ve got to tell you, they’ve been my favorite stories to come out of Daily Science Fiction since I joined up. I love the wit, the characters, the short but cleverly-resolved conflicts, and the fact that the husband and wife are happily married and supportive of each other despite their difficulties, which is disappointingly rare in stories these days. I really hope you’ll do a second “season” and we get to see what new adventures Baby Saunders will bring! Thanks for sharing your fun characters with us. =)

    1. Thanks for your kind words, Jennifer, I’m so glad you’ve enjoyed the stories. Yes, I’ve written some further adventures with the ‘new addition’ to the crew–it was simply too tempting to see how Percina and Martin would face their usual challenges but with this new ingredient stirred into the mix 🙂 Thanks so much for stopping by and best of luck and success with your own writing. Jez

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