Ten stories rooted in the world of science fiction - What if Hitler had died of a childhood ailment? Can you really change your destiny? The horrors of more than half a century earlier revisited; childhood games across time and space; the girl who wasn't there; an affair that wasn't what it appeared to be; a cinema visit with a difference; strange beasts on an alien world; a cyclical life; the man in the moon bides his time.
If there is ever an anthology called, "Forgotten Animal Voices Through History" then this story will narrowly miss the cut.
Robert Burns gave an empathic, if presumptuous, perspective; time to hear from the mouse himself.
"Run. Hold on to Lizzie’s hand. Don’t Look Back. Look back and you’re dead."
Two sisters try to survive in a post apocalyptic world overrun by the terrifying Evacuators, but the resistance is after them...
Apparently, this story was going to be 'disqualified with merit' from an Earlyworks Press competition...but that was too ridiculous...so they gave it Second Prize! It's on of the stories in Talking To Owls (Pewter Rose Press) and you can hear it read on Vimeo.
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