September 22 – 26
Yes, friends, the time has come for the fourth annual, astounding, splendiferous, phantasmagorical, pen-bending event known as Voice Week.
Voice Week is a five day blogging challenge wherein average, ordinary citizens of the writing world push their literary abilities to the very limits of sanity–and possibly much further.
My dog always wants to eat my TARDIS blanket. And I can’t find my sonic screwdriver.
What do I do?
Read, friends. Read:
Don’t you hate it when someone calls you from a survey group with a deceptively non-partisan name like “National Research,” convinces you they really do need your opinion because you’re not a retired grandparent like most of their respondents, and then asks you a bunch of rather biased questions?
Well, I promised you a sci-fi short, and here it is. It ended up being too long for flash fiction, though, so I’m posting it in five parts.
I’m not sure how I feel about it.
Image by Chris Samuel
I finished Before the Golden Age – that Asimov-compiled 1930s sci-fi anthology I told y’all about. Long, but great read. I feel much more educated about my genre now.