Blood Binds, the fantasy adventure story was serialized in eFiction Magazine between April 2010 & September 2011. For various reasons, I had to put the story on hold for a while. I'm glad to finally be able to revisit this project, and I'm optimistic about giving it the attention it deserves.
Blood Binds is now serialized on Wattpad.com.
Clayton Bye is an author, editor and publisher with 10 books to his credit. He’s also the author of a varied collection of short stories, poems, articles and hundreds of reviews. He’s here today to talk about why he refuses to write in just one genre.
Most authors, at some point in their career, garner a title. They become known as novelists (literary fiction), horror writers, crime writers, romance authors, historical romance authors or even erotic romance authors. This happens because their body of work suggests the title, and it’s what readers come to expect from them. One could say this is a good thing, giving the writer a field in which to work and hopefully excel.
Ray Bradbury (August 22, 1920 – June 5, 2012) has been hailed as one of the greatest science fiction authors of all time. One of his most well-known works is Fahrenheit 451--required reading in many schools, I've heard.
Reading and a love of science fiction led to my discovery of Bradbury's All Summer in a Day. I remember crying after reading it the first time. In 1951, he wrote "The Fog Horn," a short story about a primeval creature that makes an annual odyssey to a remote lighthouse, attracted by the haunting resonance of the fog horn. "The Fog Horn" is an arresting tale, full of endless yearning.
Tonya R. Moore writes scifi, fantasy & horror short and serial fiction.