The Watchmaker

Excerpt: The Watchmaker was late. Which could only mean something was about to go wrong. Milo paced the length of the King’s Gardens, a nervous frown creeping upon his face. Ever since he had commissioned the Watchmaker to repair the castle’s hundred odd clocks, things had been…peculiar. On her first day, there had been a … More The Watchmaker

The Raven

Week 1 is here! And along with it, the first short story. This was inspired by Edgar Allan Poe’s poem of the same name, although it changed so much during the course of writing that it bears no resemblance to the original idea anymore. Also, I’ll be uploading the stories as attachments since pdfs are … More The Raven

Short Stories: Reasons to read them and places to find them

I’ve been reading quite a bit of short fiction lately –mostly while putting off other Important Things that I should rather be doing– and I was surprised to find out that you can find excellent ones online (and for free). There are many reasons to read short stories. My top two are a) they are … More Short Stories: Reasons to read them and places to find them

Doodles.

When someone tells you a scientific theory (one based on years of research) is “just a theory”: That is all. *