Suppose there was an app that revealed everyone's true nature. Suppose it was in the hands of the new kid in town who befriends a student being bullied by mean girls. Will good or bad come of it? And who is it good or bad for?
NOTE: With parental supervision, Kathy's short story Trill is suitable for middle grade ages and up.
Trill can be found in Tell-Tale Press' multi-author anthology Creatures: The Starship Logs. Tell-Tale Press is an independently owned publisher of genre novels, novellas, and short fiction. Tell-Tale Press releases themed collections comprised of four volumes:
The Starship Logs (science fiction)
The Case Files (mystery)
The Spell Books (fantasy)
The Blood Tomes (dark fiction/horror)
Each volume of these themed anthologies can be purchased as a 0.99 Kindle download. Tell-Tale Press also has an extensive free-to-read-online library.
In the Creatures collection of The Starship Logs, ten science fiction stories explore the countless ways our paths cross those of creatures. These atmospheric tales come from authors around the world, award winners and newcomers alike, and they have found the humanity within the creatures they write about, even from within the scientific world.
They cover a wide spectrum but still come down to the universal truth: that we humans will always be fascinated and intrigued by the creatures in our world… and beyond.