anemogram has been included on TNBBC’s The Next Best Book Blog in the ace feature The Page 69 Test
Thanks to Lori. Check out what the blog is about here:
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Near the very beginning
“She didn’t want to go there yet. So she turned and headed across open wasteland, into the domain of the sun and its cherishing death. She bobbed up and down and held out her white dress, spinning and drawing in the warm air. Her legs were cherubim podgy and she moved like an electrified hamster. The wasteland contoured down a textured valley which in turn vaulted into the distance and away. She stood in its open magnificence, its blanched earth under the blue-white sky of God. Everything in the distance; she would play unseen. She left her giggles behind her as she took off running.”
Thank you to all those who entered the Goodreads giveaway to win a copy of
The winners will receive their copy shortly.
I’m now running a competition to win an ebook copy, in either PDF, MOBI or EPUB, on the LibraryThing website. Scroll down the list of books that is linked below to find anemogram.
Good luck and many thanks!
My short story, Miles, is featured in the ace e-zine How Far Did You Orbit? from Lilliputian Press. Thanks to Lixian for including it!