Short Stories 366:152 — “No Honor Among Thieves,” by Heidi Hunter

I'm really enjoying my trips through time with Crime Travel (an anthology of crime stories connected by a theme of time travel), and this latest trip from Heidi Hunter had a couple of nifty twists along the path to keep the reader guessing. It's also got a killer opening line: "It was the sledgehammer in … Continue reading Short Stories 366:152 — “No Honor Among Thieves,” by Heidi Hunter

Short Stories 366:145 — “The Sneeze,” by Anna Castle

The stories in Crime Travel (an anthology of crime stories centred around the theme of time travel) have thus far taken a "scientific" approach to time travel (in that machines are involved, usually). Then Anna Castle came along and decided 'Meh, what-evs, my character starts to time travel when she sneezes' and folks, I am … Continue reading Short Stories 366:145 — “The Sneeze,” by Anna Castle

Short Stories 366:138 — “On the Boardwalk,” by Korina Moss

The conceit of this story from Crime Travel feels tailor-made since I'm such a spec-fic lover, but not only did "On the Boardwalk" have so many layers of the crime short built into its small page count, it managed to also be a genuinely moving tale of friendship going above-and-beyond: the architect of the time-travel … Continue reading Short Stories 366:138 — “On the Boardwalk,” by Korina Moss

Short Stories 366:131 — “Living on Borrowed Time,” by Melissa H. Blaine

Cracking a new anthology today, and if the first story sets the bar, I am so ready for this ride. Crime Travel (that title, amIright?) is an anthology of short crime fiction with the admixture of, well, time travel. I love spec-fic (this is no surprise to anyone who's read this blog, I imagine), but … Continue reading Short Stories 366:131 — “Living on Borrowed Time,” by Melissa H. Blaine