So one of the two anthologies in which I have a story coming out this fall is Fauxpocalypse. More to come on that later, but in the meantime here’s a snipped from Alexandrina’s story.
In the run-up to the release of Fauxpocalypse on the ebook world, we are each posting teasers and little snippets of information on our various blogs. I’ll be doing a proper, informative you-can-buy-this-here (!) post when I have the definite release date. For now, here’s an extract of my story from the collection about the not-end of the world, titled ‘Revelation’.
“Outside?” whispered the man from the pew in front. He crept out of the chapel and into the foyer, halting a metre from the front door.
“Careful!” cried his companion, a woman with tearstains across her cheeks, but the man ignored her. He stepped into the street.
I edged to the door, too. Comet phenomena hadn’t the habit of being late. Ergo, the chance of the comet striking was less. As I put a hand to the glass door, my heart thumped. Every logical possibility never accounted…
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