Probably it comes as a surprise that we’re a third of the way through the year already. Well:
— FOOLED YOU —
it’s still February!
[wipes a tear from his eye] Classic.
Anyway, for perhaps the eighth or ninth time a short story of mine is now appearing in the small, free-to-read, unadorned-by-horrible-advertising sf ezine Mythaxis. It’s called April the Last, a bit of humorous* horror about Englishness (the quaint kind, not mercenary xenophobia) and the end of the world. Start now and it’ll be finished in about five minutes, just like the real End of Days!
* all humour subjective
To read other stories I have in Mythaxis, you’ve got two options. You could click over there and trawl through the past issues until you find them, one by one — but that sounds like hard work, and you might miss one… Alternatively, you could sign up to my quiet-as-the-grave mailing list and receive a free copy of Five Steps Forward, Three Steps Back, a little ebook which contains the first seven, plus a bonus extra! Be warned, I’ve got cool news to share in the next few months…