“Still Life Through Water Droplets” Emails Tomorrow

Daily Science Fiction will email my story “Still Life Through Water Droplets” to subscribers tomorrow (January 3rd).  It will be available for free reading online January 10th. 

If you can’t wait another week to read it, then head over to Daily Science Fiction and subscribe today.  It’s free to sign up, and they will deliver five stories a week—one every day, Monday through Friday—directly to your inbox.  The stories tend to be short, so you can easily read them while taking a break at work, or while standing in line to get your lunch, or while riding the public time machine back to the future….

About D. Thomas Minton

Writer of speculative fiction
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5 Responses to “Still Life Through Water Droplets” Emails Tomorrow

  1. Dave Turner says:

    I just finished reading “Still Life Through Water Droplets”. While I enjoyed the story overall, I was especially impressed with how it was written. The interactions and emotions were so vibrant that they seemed to come off the page. Very impressive for a story of it’s size!

    I also wanted to thank you for pointing me to “Daily Science Fiction”. I haven’t had a lot of time to read lately, so flash SF has been a great fill in until I can get back to reading some longer stories.

    Fondest Regards,

    • Thank you for the kind words on my story; I’m glad you enjoyed it. DSF is a fantastic publication for short fiction. I would also recommend Flash Fiction Online. They publish four, generally-outstanding stories a month.

  2. sairaj says:

    Awesome story!! can I take short film on this ???

    • I’m glad enjoyed my story. If you’re serious about making a short film, please email me through my contact page with more information. I am open to the idea, but would need to know.

      • sairaj says:

        please tell me ur email address …. so that I need to discuss with u about my version of your story we can work together …

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