‘Undoing Life’s Choices’ is my first published sci-fi story, published in Chronos: An Anthology of Time Drabbles, available now through Amazon.
Chronos is an anthology of drabbles (a story told in exactly one-hundred words) themed around time. Seventy-five talented authors from around the world come together to present ninety-eight stories of time, time travel, time zones, time manipulation, flash-forwards, space-time, time freezes, and so many other variations on the theme.
The stories are many and varied – ranging from dark and scary through to light and funny.
Most of my favourites are time travel stories – too many to mention really, but there is Future Tweak by R Daniel Lester, The Benefit of Hindsight by Douglas Prince, The Red-Nosed Man by I E Kneverday, Beyond the Known Future by Madison McSweeney, and Last Attempt by Jack Wolfe Frost. But there was also Surviving Seaglass by Sara Codair, in which the main character gets a glimpse of the past in every object she touches, Trying to Make a Living by Patrick Stahl, in which people are paid in time, not money, and Ten Minutes by Max Shepherd in which a clock’s flat battery saves his life.