FLASH FICTION: The Hollow Spot in My Head Where a Bullet Used to Be

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A brand-new short story. Published today in East of the Web. Read it here.

 

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ESSAY: (Biblio)maniac

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I wrote an essay for Qu. About my sad, sad history of bibliomania. Read it, if you like.

NOW AVAILABLE: Mini E-Books

My two mini-collections are at last available for purchase…

The first, The Big T, is an arrangement of twelve adult flash fictions. Several of the stories have appeared in outlets such as The Walrus, Smokelong, and Transition. Many of them are previously unpublished in any medium…

The second ebook, Jelly, is a collection of twelve children’s stories. Some of the stories have appeared in popular magazines like Spider and Ladybug. Many of these, too, have never been published…

Order The Big T and Jelly for only $2 each, today…

Remember: you don’t need a kindle to read these ebooks. You can read them on your smartphone, PC or tablet using the free Kindle app.

EXPERIMENTAL OFFER: Blood Drops Everywhere

My latest short story, “Blood Drops Everywhere,” is available exclusively through the following method…

Send $1 via PayPal to the email address below, and I’ll forward you the full PDF of the story:

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“Blood Drops Everywhere” is a  1000 word story about a troubled boy. It touches on themes of child psychology, school violence, and the power of the imagination. I think you’d find it intriguing…

I of course welcome and appreciate any and all feedback on the story.

Hope to hear from you soon…

 

 

CHILDREN’S POEM: Squiggle de Moon

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My ambition is to make rollistuff.com the exclusive home of my work. If you enjoyed this piece, please consider making a donation. Any sum is helpful. More donations = more poems, stories and cartoons for you to enjoy. Donators of $50 or more receive a free signed copy of one of my books (simply make a note of which when you pay or send a quick message to rolliwritesATgmailDOTcom).