ISBN (paper): 978-1-936489-22-0
Life is full of surprises. Sometimes changes upend everything we thought we knew, inverting our perceptions of the people and world around us. Part of the joy and terror of living lies in experiencing these inversions.
Scribings, Vol 5: Inversions presents eight stories from the Greater Portland Scribists, each with its own hidden twists and surprises. A former rock star who can no longer sing. Escaped convicts with much to atone for. A strange boy with an affinity for plants. Gods watch mortals make a seemingly simple choice. Tiny shoe prints lead to a birthday adventure. A hostage tries to salvage a botched bank robbery. A soldier flees war only to find it follows. And a quest for a missing corporate department that may actually be hiding.
Scribings, Vol 5: Inversions features the following stories:
Sand Fleas by D.L. Harvey
Music can upend the world.
Wolf and Raven by Shelli-Jo Pelletier
Fates of worlds rest on one choice.
The Hidden Smell of Sunlight by Robin Hansen
A grassroots solution.
Repurposed by Matthew Stephen D.
We lose ourselves in times of war.
Barren by Richard Veysey
There are shadows even in the sun.
Annex by Steven Inman
Thinking outside the box... or in it?
Hostage One by Jamie Alan Belanger
Looks like I'm going to be late for work today...
Tiny Shoe Prints by Timothy Lynch
They must lead somewhere.
Click here to read a PDF sampler that includes an excerpt from every story.
Scribings, Vol 5: Inversions is now available in ebook and paperback. For a full list of links to stores, visit http://www.LostLuggageStudios.com/books/Scribings5.php