Monday, April 26, 2010

Look What I Found in My Serial...

I'll give you a hint, it wasn't a toy surprise.

Almost a year ago, I dipped my toes into webfiction waters by starting a free online serial. My thinking was to offer an example of my work and to put out that free read that comes so highly recommended. I had a goofy little SFR story that had been whispering at me for awhile, and I figured it was just silly enough that I could get away with giving it away.

Little did I know.

What is it about stories that grab you by the wrists and run? This one writes itself. I'm not kidding. I'm also not complaining; I'm enjoying the heck out of the ride. But seriously, a xenobiologist, a space harlot and a thirty foot, hot pink mollusk? Who wrote that?

Oh right. Guilty.

So now we're sneaking up on a one year anniversary, I'm planning the Space Slugs online birthday party bash, and I've never been more thrilled. Since I'm new to the crew, I figured I'd give you all a heads up on just how loony I can be. Stop by for a free read, but leave you tribbles here. I think Neela might eat them.


  1. I haven't even read any of it yet and I'm cracking up. LOVE the title and tag!

    Welcome, Frances - I noticed we're neighbors in the real world (I'm in Seattle).

  2. Sounds HI-larious! Must check it out.

  3. Thanks for the comments! :-)

    Sharon, I spent my whole life on that side before fleeing over the hills. If you're in Seattle, then you know where the slug theme comes from. lol
    I miss the art scene and the good coffee, but not the drizzle or traffic.


  4. LOL Frances, I have to check that out. Space Slugs. Love it!

  5. Looking forward to linking to this at TGE.


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