July is here already and my 30-day 30-short stories experiment has ended. It'll probably take me a while to get around to publishing all of them since each cover takes anywhere from 30 minutes to two hours, depending on how long it takes me to be happy with it.
With that said, I've just published my next SF short story, called The Dreamer. Here's the description:
The inhabitants of Complex C live a placid life. No one was unhappy. No one had trouble sleeping. No one talked about the past or the future. Every day went by in pleasant conformity, set against the backdrop of the clean white building or the sunny yard with the thirty-foot stone wall over which all one could see was the sky. They ran laps. They played ball. They laid on their backs in the grass and found shapes in the clouds, and life was fine.
But then one day, one man began to dream...
As you can see, it's a bit different than the space/futuristic SF I've been writing recently, but I had fun with it and I think you will enjoy reading it. You can view the Amazon page by clicking here.
June was also my most successful month so far, moving over 35,000 free and paid copies of my written works across all of my pen names (30,000 were all thanks to one breakout hit that peaked at #3 in the free Kindle store before the campaign ended). It's a very exciting time right now and I have several new titles in the works. Look for more from me soon.