Arrek Suyiol is a fearful kretchin boy, the filth of society. He follows Melianarrheyal – a narcissistic young noblewoman who enjoys the power she has over him – on her quest for revenge. But Melianarrheyal’s victim is destined for something more. An epic fantasy story about abuse, betrayal, and post-traumatic stress.
This is the story of Sahta, first child, who was given the protection of the dead. When the necromancer was lost, it was Sahta who braved the danger and went after her – and after the heart of the witch who showed her the way, into another world.
This collection contains a representative sample of G. Deyke’s best and best-known work up to June 2014, including such stories as “Ira”, “Her Fading”, and “Fingernails, Please”. Beginning with fairy tales and swooping through humor and science fiction to poignant realism, Fire and Silver is an ideal introduction to G. Deyke’s writing.
Ranging from the silly to the serious, from the humorous to the horrific, from the speculative to the mundane, and from 55 to 1,000 words, these 31 very short stories include a little something for everyone. Written entirely in July 2014 as a part of Flash Fiction Month.
Whether you prefer sadness or silliness, humor or poignancy, action or allegory: these 31 very short stories include a little something for everyone, from to the instant messaging logs of Norse deities to the struggles of a banana peel. Written entirely during July 2015 as a part of Flash Fiction Month.
These 31 very short stories range from dark to inspiring, from violent to hopeful, from thought-provoking to silly, and from 55 to 1,000 words. Written entirely during July 2016 as a part of Flash Fiction Month.
These 31 very short stories range from strange to dark to inspirational to funny, from space faeries to prison breaks to dating sims, and from 55 to 1,000 words. Written entirely during July 2017 as a part of Flash Fiction Month.
From trans Cinderella to a polyamorous retelling of “The Firebird” in space, these 31 very short stories are full of the wonder, the enchantment, the darkness and the romance for which fairy tales are best known. Written entirely during July 2018 as a part of Flash Fiction Month.