Full body scanners rang alarms sporadically, accompanied by flashing red lights. Body and bag searches caused extended queues. Once past the security gate the hollow muzak was interrupted to remind people not to leave their luggage unattended. Security dogs snarled. The guards walked around with hands on machine guns. CCTV cameras kept a watchful eye … Continue reading AIRPORT ’19
A short but very sweet review for ‘A Justified State’ from Magarisa on her blog ‘Becoming Unstuck’.
I recently read the first novel of a fellow blogger and feel compelled to share it with all of you. Having come across Iain’s brilliant flash fiction on his blog, I was thrilled to hear about his book being published. From the first page, his descriptive writing brought me into the world he skillfully constructed. Set in the not-so-distant future, the Orwellian world Iain creates is frighteningly believable. As I was reading, I had to keep reminding myself that it was fiction. The story kept me intrigued from beginning to end, and left me wanting to know what would happen next. I was particularly eager to discover the fate of the two complex, fascinating main characters, Gabriella and Danny. Fortunately, Iain’s already in the process of writing the sequel, and I can’t wait to read it!
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Ironing done, dinner cooking. Time to put the kettle on and rest for ten minutes before she got home. It was hard work keeping his house in order, not that the women who ran the world understood. Just because he didn't go out to work, didn't mean he wasn't working. Just as he sat down … Continue reading ROLE REVERSAL
A fantastic review of my novel 'A Justified State', by Lisa on her blog over at 'culturevultureexpress.' She manages to highlight a lot of the issues I wanted to include in the future world I imagined. So grateful for such positive feedback - do give her review a look. via A Justified State By Iain … Continue reading A Justified State By Iain Kelly Review!
The water rolled in. She could see nothing on the horizon, just the deep blue water. This was it - the last small remaining piece of land was slowly being swallowed. The ships were ready to launch, floating cities that they hoped would sustain them. For how long, no one could guess. The hope was … Continue reading RECLAMATION