I occasionally commit fiction. I probably shouldn’t. Here are links to the stories I’ve published on here so far:
Monologue is a short story set in a fictional multiverse I’m working on. The character is meant to resemble several well-known fictional characters, but I’ve hopefully left that ambiguous. The plot, such as it is, is all my own though.
The Bogeyman is my only fanfic ever. In my defence, it was not intended as fanfic – I wrote it as a submission for Big Finish Productions, who were looking for Doctor Who short stories. But it was rejected.
The Singularity is, to my mind, how the mind uploads that various ‘futurists’ talk about would be most likely to happen in the real world.
How To Live In A Comic is closer than you might think to a real academic paper that got published in a peer-reviewed journal…
Jeeves And The Singularity is homage, parody and pastiche. Definitely not more fanfic. Honestly.
Four of these (not the Doctor Who story, for obvious reasons) are available for Kindle as a 99 cent chapbook, Four Stories About The Singularity, available from Smashwords, Amazon (UK) or Amazon (US).
Bubble Universe is, I think, my best story yet. That’s also available as a 99 cent ebook from Amazon (UK), Amazon (US) or Smashwords.
My long story Doctor Watson Investigates: The Case Of The Scarlet Neckerchief can be read using the Doctor Watson Investigates tag on the blog or, in a revised and improved version with an introduction, as an ebook for $2.99 from Smashwords, Kindle (US) and Kindle (UK).
I am currently serialising a new piece of science fiction, Time Detective, which can be read using the time detective tag here.
I plan to collect my short stories into a full collection when I have enough of them.