I normally post my Friday Fictioneers story on, well, Friday, because it ain’t Thursday Fictioneers. However, bright and early tomorrow I head to the airport for a weekend trip to New England to visit some old friends. I probably won’t get much writing done, but it’ll be fun.
After this weekend, the countdown to this year’s National Novel Writing Month begins, but in October I need to lock down that manuscript I had out to beta readers and get it ready to send off to my workshop instructor. Lots of nerves going on there. And I have two more Spy Flash stories to finish so I can get that next volume in a state to be edited and hopefully ready for publishing at the first of the year. In between all that will be Thanksgiving and Christmas. Oh, and a writing conference.
Yeah, retirements means sitting on your ass and doing nothing. Sure it does. Wouldn’t trade it for the world, or a job.
So, for a long-time Whovian (Google it), today’s Friday Fictioneers photo prompt was just too tempting. Think of it not as fan faction but, rather, an homage with a twist. What else would you come up with after seeing the photo but a story about a door to nowhere, or maybe somewhere?
My story is “Time and Relative Dimension.” As usual, if you don’t see the link on the title, scroll to the top of the page, click on the tab for Friday Fictioneers, and select it from the drop-down list.