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About Sharon Frame Gay
Sharon Frame Gay grew up a child of the highway, playing by the side of the road. She is internationally published in several anthologies and literary magazines, including Chicken Soup For The Soul, Gravel, Biostories, Typehouse, Crannog Magazine, Lowestoft Chronicle, Thrice Fiction, Fiction on the Web, Saddlebag Dispatches, Literary Orphans,Typehouse and others. She has won awards at The Writing District, Rope and Wire, Owl Hollow Press and Wow-Women On Writing, and has twice been nominated for the Pushcart Prize.
A collection of her short stories, "Song of the Highway" is out now in paperback and Kindle.
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Have a few words of wisdom changed everything for you? Has a piece of advice from a friend, or even a stranger, opened your eyes? It only takes a few well chosen words to solve a big problem, reorient your focus, and change the trajectory of your life. We’ve been reading these stories for years—stories about how one little piece of advice made a big difference.
So we asked the public to send us stories about the one piece of advice that reoriented them, solved a problem, or changed the trajectory of their lives. And we present an amazing new collection in these pages—101 stories that have the power to change your life, too.
We also have plenty of stories containing great advice for making yourself happier and healthier, and for pursuing your passions and dreams. And if you take some missteps along the way we also have stories for that, with a chapter on how to turn failure into fabulous.
What a great gift of hope and inspiration!
I'm dreaming of a Dark Christmas
With every little tale that I read
When the knife blades glisten
And scared children listen
To hear slayers in the night
Where sugarplums can be gory
In the frightening elf story
And trees eat favorite household pets
There are gifts on all the pages
Of terror through the ages
Told of gift giving regrets
I'm dreaming of a Dark Christmas
With every little tale I read
While the bright lights shine
And the family dines In the soft fireplace glow
So hold loved ones tight
It's not Santa visiting tonight
Death lies buried in the snow.
The holiday season isn’t all fun and games.100 word holiday horror stories from dozens of authors. From dark and disturbing, morbid humor or guts and gore, these stories have it all.
How will you celebrate the holidays?
With drabbles from: Eleanor Merry, Cassandra Angler, Scott Deegan, Josh A. Murphy, Stephen Cords, David Bowmore, Tina Merry, J.B. Wocoski, James Lipson, Shawn M Klimek, Morgan Adams, Steven Bruce, RJ Roles, Belinda Brady, James Pyles, Sea Caummisar, Trisha McKee, Nerisha Kemraj, Benjamin Langley, Mike Ennenbach, Dawn DeBraal, Aaron Bader, David Simms, R.E. Sargent, Angela Glover, Chris Miller, David M Donachie, Kerri Jesmer, Wendy Cheairs David M. Donachie, Terry Miller, Jacek Wilkos, Stuart Conover, P.J Blakey-Novis, Kevin J. Kennedy, N.M. Brown, Sharon Frame Gay, Gabriella Balcom, Jay Bower, Thomas Sturgeon Jr, Gabor Eichammer, D.J Elton, Alanna Webb, Marie Chambers and Drew Starling!
Twins are said to share special bonds, understand each other's unspoken communication, speak their own languages, even possess powers of ESP. Their doubleness continues to fascinate the rest of us. Adored or abhorred, sheltered or shunned, twins have universally and perpetually aroused attention and curiosity. It was that fascination that inspired this collection of twin-themed stories. In them you'll find all matter of twins: the good, the bad, the fantastic, the fearsome, the magical, the envious, the secretive, the devious, and more. Being a twin. Fun, right? Think about it. What could go wrong?
The Twofer Compendium contains 36 short stories based on the theme of twins, written by 34 international authors. The tales in The Twofer Compendium leap across genres, from science fiction to whimsical, to downright creepy. Enjoy!
What miracles can one hundred debut to bestselling authors do with 100 words?
Some of these stories are sure to
have you looking over your shoulder...
Others will have you hiding
under the covers...
Some will simply haunt you
to your grave.
Alex Vogel ♦ A.E. Santana ♦ B.T. Joy ♦ Bruce Markuson ♦ Chad McClendon ♦ C.E. Stokes ♦ Couri Johnson ♦ Curtis Wells Dewey with Janette Alexis Dewey ♦ David J. Gibbs ♦ David Groveman ♦ DJ Tyrer ♦ David W. Landrum ♦ Dawn Sooy ♦ E.W. Farnsworth ♦ Jason McDonald ♦ Jeremiah Murphy ♦ John Robinson ♦ Jon Shank ♦ Karly Malone ♦ Kathleen Murphey ♦ Kip McKnight ♦ Kristina R. Mosley ♦ Lionel Ray Green ♦ Lucky Breaks ♦ Mac Jones ♦ Matthew Wilson ♦ Melissa Meyers ♦ Michelle Biddex-Simmons ♦ Myles Wren ♦ Parineeta Singh ♦ Patrick Alven ♦ Peter Cooper ♦ Ross Baxter ♦ Sharon Frame Gay ♦ S.L. Dixon ♦ and Stephen McQuiggan
Sharon Frame Gay has been internationally published in many anthologies and literary magazines, including Chicken Soup For The Soul, Typehouse, Lowestoft Chronicle, Literary Orphans, and others. She has won awards at The Writing District, Wow-Women On Writing, Owl Hollow Press, and Rope and Wire and is a Pushcart Prize nominee.
Her first collection of short stories, Song of the Highway, was published in 2020 by Clarendon House Publications. As one reviewer wrote of that book, ‘Sharon’s writing is like a comfortable bed in which the reader can sleep safely and dream … and have nightmares. In this book of stories you’ll be other people, be them so hard you’ll forget who you are. You’ll become ages you’ve never been or barely remember, be in situations never imagined, and get into characters’ heads and cultures beyond your experience… Intensity: there’s no room for boredom or those passages you endure because it will probably prove worthwhile later. These stories lift, crash and wring you out relentlessly.’
Those skills of master storytelling continue in The Nomad Diner.
Clarendon House Publications
All Worlds Wayfarer is a quarterly literary magazine specializing in character-and-theme-driven speculative fiction. We celebrate stories that take readers on tours through wonderful and terrifying realms, evocative visions, and eye-opening new lives. When our readers come home, they should return ever so slightly changed for having made the journey. After all, the most powerful stories transcend, enlighten, and entertain at once.
“Books give a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and life to everything.” -Plato
Our autumnal equinox 2019 issue includes 12 stories spanning the speculative fiction spectrum:
The Lighthouse by Sharon Frame Gay
"She returned to bed before dawn, smelling of the sea, her body slipping next to mine when the sparrows began to sing."
Not Locks but Keys by Michael Walker
"He played the poem over in his mind. In the small, floating part of his mind that still belonged to him."
The Melodic Travels of a Man Selling Lives by Dennis Mombauer
"The countdown began, the shell enveloped Marcus—and all of a sudden, softly and without warning, he heard the music again, the exact same melody, in the exact same moment before the entry into foldspace."
Muzi's Boon by Drema Deòraich
"The sight of villagers crowding her at every Flowering to beg selfish boons turned my stomach."
Players by Astra Crompton
"The itch in my code is excruciating now; a punishment for my disobedience but a price I am willing to pay."
I Wanted You to be Happy by Alexandra Grunberg
"The reason for the end of the world, was me."
A Fitting End by Tom Howard
"It would have been nice to have friends who existed outside of books, her only companions during her battle with DIPG."
The Waves by Lara Alonso Corona
"But you get used to all sorts of things. Like having the Old Town underwater."
Stowaway by John Visclosky
"She knew that Venus was not like Earth. On Venus, there was still work. It was a planet with a future, where even a girl from a dusty village could be whatever she wanted."
Reflections by Hugh McStay
"It was through the mirrors that the nightmares came."
A Cure for Spring by Larina Warnock
"'I wanted…' Carmyne gasped between every word. 'I wanted it to feel like the end of everything.'"
The Linear Concept of Time by C. S. Lytal
"'But maybe they can’t come back to us. Maybe we have to go to them,'” I say, thinking of the tunnel of darkness and stars."
Venture beyond the mundane with the best of fantasy, science fiction, horror, and magical realism.