I’ve trunked 13 Demon Days, at least for now, and shifted my focus to Ninja Chickens. Egg grenades, chicken jokes, steam punk and warriors masquerading as clucking balls of fluff. Not a bad trade, eh? Given the new obsession, updates to my short story collection will be few and far between. Stay tuned for that first elusive novel sale!
“The Immortal Horse” in Every Day Fiction. August 2010. Never seek to create perfection if you’re working from flawed logic. Perfection will have no mercy.
Below are the short stories published under the name Suanne Warr. I have since resolved my dispute with that tyranical Z, and added it back into my name.
“A Star’s Seduction” in Every Day Fiction. November 2008. The trouble with making a bid for power is you might having a winning hand.
“The Centauri Affair” in Every Day Fiction. March 2008. A guy, a car, and no room for a salesman.
“Riding the Dream Dragon” in From the Asylum. January 2008. Forget rodeos and rollercoasters–try riding a Dream Dragon.
“Watcher in the Dark” in Ruins Extraterrestrial, an anthology. Now available from Amazon and in B&N bookstores. Take a guy who can focus his chi to move outside his body, mix in some pirates, spaceships, and an angry guardian of the ruins, and you’ve got Watcher.
“Bovine Aspirations” in Bewildering Stories. Oct. 2007. Never underestimate a cow with ambition.
“Sweet Revenge” in Every Day Fiction. Sep. 9th, 2007. This story began life as a crafting piece, and ended life as a laugh. Read it when you’re feeling spiteful.
“Ghost Spider” in AlienSkin Magazine. Aug./Sep. 2007. Phobia, every writers best friend.
“Animal Expressions” in Jupiter World Press (now closed). May 2006. My first sale, this was a collection of short and snappy pieces which have since given birth to larger stories.