Author has written 2 stories for Sci-Fi.
"Then said Jesus unto them plainly, Lazarus is dead."(John 11:14, thanks to the King James Bible online)
Other fun facts: in paleontology, there is such a thing as a "lazarus taxa", a group of organisms that disappear from a section of the fossil record only to reappear later on.
This is not my best work. I make no apologies for that. This is where I store bits and pieces, drafts and oddities. I work on multiple pieces at one time. Things will appear and disappear. Between drafts, characters may change names, change stories, change personalities. Caveat emptor.
Before May '08, I hadn't touched this account since...oh...early 2005? Hence Lazarus, hence the favorite authors/stories remaining unchanged. Think of it as a time capsule.
The Bear-Dog Kennel = ephemeral. That's a sweet word.
The Postman Papers = see The Blind Navigator
The Blind Navigator, or: Why FictionPress Might Get Angry At Me: Yes, I read the rule that says parts of a story must all go together into one story. Yes, the characters in The Postman Papers and The Blind Navigator (and hopefully some subsequent stories, if I can get my act together) are suspiciously similar for being separate stories. Here's the deal: The two stories are part of a larger story that when finished might be novel/novella-shaped. There is an order to the stories, much like there would be to chapters. However, I would like each part, not counting The Postman Papers, which I realize is an anecdote but not a story, to be able to stand on its own as a fully functioning short story where further background or connection to other stories is not necessary. I would like for people to read them as such. Therefore, they are not posted as many chapters in one story. If you're looking for an order, either look at the posting dates in chronological order or keep reading. 1. The Postman Papers. 2. The Blind Navigator.