The world is bright and full of life and hope. The sun is streaming in and the bees are buzzing around the ivy on the walls. These are stories that are often full of light or fun and not to be taken seriously. Climb the tower and we will discuss absurdities and laugh at life.
The Green-Walled Tower at Dusk is a mysterious place. The last light of the setting sun shines through the west windows and the first stars twinkle in the east. Here the stories are deeper than at noon, but not as dark as midnight. Best read by a roaring fire with dinner at hand.
All color has drained from the Green-Walled Tower as the clock strikes midnight. The stories here are like haunts in the night, that shriek and moan and leave blood on the floor. Proceed with caution. Best read alone by the light of a single, guttering candle .
Every week, Rochelle Wisoff-Fields runs a flash-fiction group with a photo prompt each week. Here are my submissions to it.
A collection my original photography and stories to go with them.
Aftermath is a storyline about the world and journeys of Edward “the Squid” Morrison. He lives in post-apocalyptic England, in the year 2103 AD. Much of the world has been devastated by a nuclear/mutagenic war seventeen years before. Now, the survivors scrape out an existence while the last stronghold of civilization is centered in Cambridge. Edward Morrison finds a record of music from Before and takes off to find more relics of the past world.