Call to Writers – Submit Your Stories Here!

Me? I’m guilty too. I don’t always look at the back pages on blogs. So I’m posting our content from ‘Contact Us’ asking for your stories here on the FVP Home Page.  I look forward to hearing from you soon! …Yes, YOU! Don’t be shy….

We would love to hear from you, and will always consider your story submissions to feature as posts on our home page with links to your sites. They can be excerpts from longer works, short or flash fiction, or poetry–preferably with a sense of story. Our site rating is PG. Pieces with no more than 500 words are preferred, though up to 1000 words are acceptable. You can also include an image to go with your writing if you own it or have permission for its use. Please indicate image credit.  Submit to: FreeValleyPublishing@gmail.com

We also offer support to writers who are working toward publishing or who are marketing newly published works. We have a pool of authors with a font of experience to share. Please let us know what you’re working on and how we can help.

We hope you’ll comment on what you read here and/or comment to tell us what you’re up to in your reading or writing. We welcome you to become part of the FreeValley community.

Drop us a line at FreeValleyPublishing@gmail.com

Thanks for stopping in!

Sheri J. Kennedy, Editor, FreeValley Publishing

 

Chimera

Yet another response to the excellent photo by Jean-Daniel Photography. Still time to send yours in to FreeValleyPublishing@gmail.com. Less than 1000 words please.

w23I can feel him there, the dark one. The man he was—the man I am to become. I run into the blazing light. Trying to be a star. But I’m in supernova and burst asunder leaving a black hole in the universe. Wholly consumed by the bitter taste of what he was.

I turn away; I feel the doppelganger mirror my move. A silhouette of my darkened future, destined. Each cell carries his message to my being. I walk to life and find myself mired in the undead realm of his rumor.

Shining, I stand and contemplate my dreams. Each one obsessed with grasping the shimmer of my emancipated soul. Free from the sins of my father.

by Sheri J. Kennedy a.k.a. Kennedy J. Quinn  Published with permission.