Short Stories 366:348 — “Wrapped,” by Rebekah Weatherspoon

If you've not read the Fit trilogy from Rebekah Weatherspoon, seeing that there's a holiday novella snuck into the series as a "point-five" might seem like a barrier, but allow me to dismiss your concerns twicely: first, because this totally stands alone; second, you should just go binge the whole series anyway. Trust. Okay, let's … Continue reading Short Stories 366:348 — “Wrapped,” by Rebekah Weatherspoon

#ShortStoryMonth Day Twenty-Two — Side Character Short Fiction Requests

Gimme This is a bit different today, in that I don't have short fiction to recommend, but rather short fiction I'd love to read that (as far as I know) doesn't exist. Side characters or secondary characters or just supportive folk that appear in a story that I wish I could read more about always … Continue reading #ShortStoryMonth Day Twenty-Two — Side Character Short Fiction Requests

Sunday Shorts – “Sugar Baby” Q&A with Rebekah Weatherspoon

You know how you know some authors who are just so damn good at what they do that you pre-order the hell out of whatever they write? Well, today, I'm pleased to bring you one of my pre-order hellions, Rebekah Weatherspoon. We've never met face-to-face (this is a tragedy, for the record), but I flipping … Continue reading Sunday Shorts – “Sugar Baby” Q&A with Rebekah Weatherspoon