I am slowly–in spite of myself–being drawn into online fiction: serials, flash, created myths and legends.
City of Glass by Liana Mir
A serialized story about space, glass, and nanotech–and four women in a city of shattering glass.
Wing-Feather Fables, a collaboration between photographer Brenda Gottsabend and writer Lisa Ahn.
Brenda provides the visual inspiration, and Lisa the fable to go with it, in 500 words or less.
Writer Unboxed’s 7 Sizzling Sundays of Summer Flash Fiction Contest
Do you read fiction online? What are your favorites?
Lisa Ahn says
Thanks so much for the shout-out! We have a lot of fun with our fables.
No problem. I’m enjoying them. 🙂
Liana Mir says
First, thank you for including City of Glass. There will be more than those four women, I best admit here. I’m wrapping prologue on Monday, then jaunting off to another side of the galaxy for a little while. :grins:
Second, it’s tough to pick my favorite internet reads. Most all of my new reading is done online these days, especially as I was a fandom adapter and never got over it. But…
I try to never miss Kris Rusch’s Free Fiction Mondays, Melanie Edmond’s Starwalker, M.C.A. Hogarth’s Black Blossom, or new issues of Beneath Ceaseless Skies.
I read Kris Rusch’s free fiction sometimes, when I can’t resist the blurb. For BCS, I usually buy their “best of…” anthology at the end of the year, but I do like their stories. 🙂