A writer's dozen Thursday December 28, 2006, 0 comments

2006 was a fairly prolific year for me, despite some inconsistencies in my publishing schedule. I’ve written a lot this year, some short stories, some short stories that are part of larger plots. I don’t know what I attribute this increase in storytelling to, but some people say I’m good at it. I don’t know about that, but I certainly am enjoying it.

Because I’ve been added to the 9rules network, and because I feel obliged to give my loyal and supportive readers something to enjoy for the holiday season, I’ve compiled a list of some of my past stories. Comments are off on many of them, as an anti-spam measure, but if you have something to say about any of them, feel free to comment on this post.

Enjoy!

The butterfly and the lamp


http://www.a-rain-of-frogs.com/101/the-butterfly-and-the-lamp

“With your mind”


http://www.a-rain-of-frogs.com/209/with-your-mind

Golden boy


http://www.a-rain-of-frogs.com/220/golden-boy

Empty and broken


http://www.a-rain-of-frogs.com/224/empty-and-broken

Grey death


http://www.a-rain-of-frogs.com/238/grey-death

Free willy


http://www.a-rain-of-frogs.com/241/free-willy

Sally


http://www.a-rain-of-frogs.com/244/sally

Doll


http://www.a-rain-of-frogs.com/255/doll

übercouch


http://www.a-rain-of-frogs.com/276/uebercouch

Hallowe’en Horror


http://www.a-rain-of-frogs.com/278/a-halloween-horror

Loose Wheel


http://www.a-rain-of-frogs.com/279/loose-wheel

The ticket


http://www.a-rain-of-frogs.com/296/the-ticket


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