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A New Dr. Phil Story Online

OMG This One Slipped By Me

I knew I was supposed to check to see when this story went up, but I've been hella busy for weeks. Have a number of things I've been meaning to blog and I'll probably be apologizing as I try to catch up this Thanksgiving long weekend.

So I just checked and...

New Story Online!

My short story "Brooding in the Dark" was published in Interstellar Fiction back on 1 November 2012. It's listed as 1523 words, so it won't take you long to read. It's a moody little piece, befitting a story with "brooding" in the title. (grin) I like how it turned out. Making it longer would include a lot more details, but ruin the simplicity of Battlestation 193's situation.

Of course, one of the benefits of not looking this up earlier is that there was a link to a short review at Typosphere:
Brooding in the Dark — an interesting little story by Philip Edward Kaldon in the latest round at Interstellar Fiction. Just 1500 words, but an interesting little exploration of the future remnants of war.

You can read "Brooding in the Dark" for free here.

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URL updated 12-2-2012 Sun
Tags: dr phil stories, interstellar fiction, reviews, sf
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