Welcome a friend to the blog today! Guest post with an excerpt of her newest story! Check it out!
My biggest thanks for the chance to post on your blog, Paige!
So this is my seventh short story to be published and the fourth with Alfie Dog Fiction. I’m so excited! This one is pretty short, about 4,500 words, but with only £0.39 or $0.60 I think it’s worth it. I pretty like this one because it’s a supernatural or a ghost story. It’s not necessarily a horror tale, though, because… well, you have to see for yourself. 🙂
I just have one question for you: Would you like to live with a ghost? Please share your answer in the comment section for a chance to win A FREE E-BOOK of this story.
In the middle of the snow on their way to get home for Christmas, Connor Williams crashed his car into a tree. He was badly injured but his boyfriend that was also in the car, Zach Tyler, was barely alive. How then, that morning in Connor’s room, was Zach by his side, waiting for him to wake up?
Zach found Connor still awake in the middle of the night, eyes straining at the screen of his PowerBook; his forefinger never stopped clicking. He didn’t even realize when Zach entered the study and came to stand behind him.
Zach yawned. “What are you doing?” He tried to peep into the screen. It looked like the website of a local airline. Zach got no reply until he repeated his question. This time he got a grunt.
“Is something wrong? Hey, Connor?” He leaned over Connor’s shoulder. “Why are you checking a flight schedule? Don’t we have tickets?”
The road was dark and empty, but Zach kept running and he nearly wept in joy when there was light from a car coming from the opposite direction.
“Hey! Over here! Please!”
The car drove past him, as if he didn’t exist, to where he’d left Connor. Zach called out once more and chased after it. He hoped against hope that it would see their car stuck into a tree.
A little about me:
I’m Iyana Jenna and you can call me Iyana. I like writing, romance, and man love so as you can see on this site, you’re mostly going to find m/m stories whether they are for adults or young adults. They are not going to be too heavy on explicit sex, though, as many say that my stories are considered sweet romance.
When I don’t write, I teach English to children, teens, and adults. I also work in the curriculum and materials department in an institution. Among my responsibilities are writing books and tests.
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