A Cups (Short Fiction)

Keira KnightleyShort stories, scenes, snippets—all the smaller forms of lavender prose I dare expose.

I find as I dig out these old bits and bobs (some of them from the ’80’s—Yikes!), a few want a second life.  Rewrites, revisions—some scenes even want to be expanded into full stories.  Cheeky little devils.

Of course, my perspective has changed since I first wrote these.  Life lessons and reversals of fortune, and experience add a lot more to a mature writer’s grasp of character and human nature.  Okay, that’s a snooty way of saying I was young and naive when I wrote a lot of these.  Not that they can’t hold water, just that the bucket might be a little different if I wrote them now.

Which I still might do.

And then, there’s the new stuff—fan fiction bourn of new TV and movie titillation.

Gosh darn it, this is fun!

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♦Star Trek: The Next Generation Stories

Click here to read And Time Passed. . .

Click here to read Highland Tempest

Click here to read Bad Dream

Click here to read The Break-Up

Click here to read Horace

♦Batman: The Dark Knight Stories

Click here to read Alfred’s Niece

Click here to read Misdirection

Click here to read Team Player

♦Firefly Stories

Click here to read Pillar of Light

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Therese Sizer (Botts)
    Apr 11, 2012 @ 13:17:20

    I remember playing Uhura in 8th grade! You were always brilliant and passionate. I’m proud to know you. I Found your website by accident. If you don’t mind, I may give you a call the next time I’m visiting Marshalltown. Some of my fondest memories involve you, Janey . . . .and our theater productions.

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