Friday Night Drabble Party!
Holy Schmokeses! Is it Friday already?
Time for another Party made of 100 word micro-fiction!
Before that, how about I show you my schedule for Dragon Con? I’m there/here right now!
Writing A Horror Book Series
Description: Pros share tips on designing and maintaining multibook narratives
Time: Fri 04:00 pm Location: Peachtree 1-2 – Westin (Length: 1 Hour)
(Tentative Panelists: Scott Sigler, Jake Bible, James R. Tuck, Michelle Belanger, Karen E. Taylor, Richard Lee Byers)
SFWA Booth from 10am-12pm.
21st Century Zombies
Description: The public’s hunger for zombies is insatiable, and this hour explores how writers keep the topic fresh
Time: Sat 01:00 pm Location: Peachtree 1-2 – Westin (Length: 1 Hour)
(Tentative Panelists: Madeleine Roux, Jake Bible, Richard Lee Byers, Jonathan Maberry, John Hornor Jacobs)
Autograph signing at SFWA booth from 4pm-6pm
Body Horror: The New Flesh
Description: Authors discuss themes of transformation, transcendence, and the human form in revolt
Time: Sat 07:00 pm Location: Peachtree 1-2 – Westin (Length: 1 Hour)
(Tentative Panelists: Jake Bible, Scott Sigler, Richard Kadrey, Ego Likeness)
SFWA Booth from 10am-12pm
Come say hello and chat with me at the SFWA booth or one of my panels!
Ready for the Drabble?
Hold on, and you knew this was coming, let’s pimp a bit first!
Now, on to the Drabble!
The wizard stared at the runes, eyes narrowed, sweat dripping from his brow.
“Can you decipher it, old man?” Vorgoron asked.
“Give me time, give me time,” the wizard said, scratching his stubbled chin.
“Should you cast a spell?” Malkorn asked, twirling an arrow between his fingers.
“Hush. I have this, elf,” the wizard replied.
They stood there for a moment then the grand stone door creaked open.
“I thought I heard someone out here,” the troll said. He looked at the weapons. “Huh. Questers. I thought you were the pixies selling cookies. Oh, well, lets get on with this.”
Disclaimer: The way is secret. SECRET!
Posted on September 4, 2015, in Friday Night Drabble Party and tagged drabble, fiction, genre, horror, Jake Bible, micro-fiction, science fiction, scifi, writing. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.