Whether you prefer sadness or silliness, humor or poignancy, action or allegory: these 31 very short stories include a little something for everyone, from 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.
Ephemeron (and 30 other stories) is the product of my second Flash Fiction Month, which is pretty much exactly what it says on the tin: a month-long challenge to write a story every day. This is 2015’s harvest.
You can find it in print at:
CreateSpace: ships from the US; accepts only credit cards.
Amazon US: more convenient if you’re also getting anything else from Amazon.
Amazon UK: ships from the UK, accepts more forms of payment.
Tip: if you live elsewhere in Europe, simply replace the .com or .co.uk in either of those URLs with your most local Amazon suffix to get the best shipping price (as well as probably the most convenience overall).
Wordery: more expensive at first comparison, but ships worldwide for free.
You can find the (free!) e-book at:
Smashwords: available DRM-free in just about every format imaginable.
Kobo: very popular for Android; good for multiple devices.
Barnes & Noble: for NOOK.
Apple: iTunes version.
Inktera: yet another venue for .epubs!
Blio: if you use this, I’m sure you know what it is.
Scribd: this is one of those subscription services, so if you already have a subscription, this is probably the version you’ll be wanting.
DeviantArt: not, in fact, an e-book; but you can read all the stories individually here. This probably isn’t the most comfortable way to read Ephemeron, but if you’re interested in the individual stories, this is the best place to learn more about them.