Eternal Death was a short story I wrote for a contest in 2014. I didn’t win but I ended up with a rather unique story that I quite like. In many ways it feels like the beginnings of a greater story. One day I may extend this into a full novel, as I quite like the world and its characters, but at the moment it remains a short story.
I hope you enjoy it.
[ Eternal Death ]
Australia Day is our national holiday. It’s a day to celebrate how awesome Straya is… at least it used to be. There’s a growing movement to move Australia Day, or even get rid of it all together. And, in my opinion, its all wrong. I’ll explain why in a moment, but first, a history lesson for my non-Aussie friends.
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A long time ago I wrote a poem called Where Did All The Pencils Go?. I wrote it while I was at college studying programming. Marketing was one of those subjects they made you take, but nobody could see the relevance of (no offence to those of you who study marketing. Looking back on it, I wish I had paid more attention). At the time I found it so boring that during one lesson I wrote a poem instead. This poem became the previously presented Pencils prose. After giving it to a few friends, the feedback I got cited its similarity to Dr Seuss, which was completely unintentional. Read more “New Short Story: Ted Was Dead”