New Fiction for March 2013
So I made my deadline. Yay!
If you look over to the right side of the screen there is a category called “Fiction”. There is now a new short story up. I hope that you enjoy it. I did plan on posting another story, but I decided to workshop it for class and I haven’t finished the rewrite yet. Once that is finished, I will put that one up next. It probably won’t be until April.
Still no fun stuff found while book collecting. Oh well.
I finished Parable of the Sower. It was a great read. The plot is about a young girl named Lauren, who lives in the near future. The infrastructure of the US is crumbling and Lauren lives in one of the last safe havens just outside Los Angeles. One night, her home is destroyed and her family wiped out. She decides to set off into the world and to start over.
It is a gripping story. Recently there are a lot of near future, everything bad is going to happen, books, but this one is different because it suggests a new religion (No it is not preachy. It just doesn’t ignore religion.). If you have ever read any Octavia Butler before, she tends to write very diverse futures where people are neither all good, nor all bad. I have the next one in the series Parable of the Talents, but I am waiting to read it.
Right now I’m reading Jonathan Lethem’s Wall of the Sky, Wall of the Eye. It’s a short story collection. I’ve read one of them before (Light and the Sufferer). So far I like most of them. I have both the British and American versions (which are a bit different).
Once again I hope you enjoy my story! Thanks for reading.