I have added the last two years of ghost stories to the page. 7 new ones! A haunted planet, something that should not be under the sea, and an old Canadian urban legend make an appearance in these tales.
Please go to Ghost Stories to read them!
To the new Ghost Stories page!
Seven stories ranging from sad to sweet to spooky, all written in Autumn of 2017.
Seeking Love Interest – A woman seeks another character for her story. Humour, under 500 words.
Remember that all fiction and fiction subsites can be found here!
Over at St. Genevieve’s site, we have a new short story in the meta category:
It delves into the history of the Digital Nation in the world of St. Genevieve.
Big update! On the St. Genevieve project, there have been two stories published:
- The Swiss Army Henchwoman – A walking tour of the local villain groups by your tourguide, Patrice, who has rent to pay.
- Hellhouse – A Hellhouse opens and closes in one night in St. Genevieve. Not entirely deliberately.
On the Box of Stars subsite, there has been one new story:
- Facetime – Dene Surma vs The Vampire That’s Just A Floating Head With Organs Hanging Out, a story told in one part.
And there is a tangible piece of St. Genevieve you can own, a Mad Science Department hardcover notebook from Redbubble, art made jointly by Jean Cabot and Ann Larimer.
Once Upon a Fic Exchange @ Archive Of Our Own is a story exchange devoted to fairy-tales, myths, tall tales, epics, and legends! Nominations for stories will begin January 25th, concluding February 8th, followed by sign-ups on the 10th to 17th!
If you love fairy-tale retellings (and are a fan of Two-Booted Tales), please check this out.
St. Genevieve, Rhode Island is an information site about a city filled top to bottom with heroes and villains. An homage to City of Heroes, Top Ten, and real life New York, this site will collect fiction about characters as well as present a tongue in cheek portrayal of the universe.
Be warned, a cat-loving supervillain has hacked the front page.
Writing Tips from Hamster Bandit Industries is now online! The internet is full of great resources and this site collects some of the ones that stood out in a good way.
Revving up the site again, My Book Report just updated with with a pair of Diana Wynne Jones reviews, and more children’s books.
They’re standalone fairytales, separate from the main series.
- By Design by Mae Treesbane is a steampunk retelling of Puss in Boots
- Ashes and Cinders by Jean Cabot is a take on Cinderella where Cinderella is transgender and poc, written from his experience as a transman.
As well, the author notes are now partially online! We hope to have notes for every story up soon enough!