Evolution: Vol. 1

Evolution: Vol. 1

by Lane Diamond, D.T. Conklin

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Overview

From the first-ever Short Story Contest hosted by Evolved Publishing: 10 great stories from 10 terrific authors. [DRM-Free]
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An eclectic mix that will excite, interest, and intrigue from the first story to the last. Laugh a little, cry a little, think a little.

Many genres, many voices, one goal: Provide the reader with a fun journey through the short fiction format.

Edited and polished to a fine sheen.
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GRAND PRIZE WINNER: "If I should Die" by Amanda Papenfus

FULL STORY LIST:
"If I Should Die" by Amanda Papenfus
"The Last Earthling" by D.T. Conklin
"Timothy" by Anjuli Bowen
"Grain Neutral Spirits" by A. Frank Bower
"One Last Thought" by Lane Diamond
"A Building This Size" by Jeffrey B. Burton
"Sirius Issues" by Ariyana Spencer
"Imagination" by Stephen Patrick
"Courage through Fear" by Ruby Standing Deer
"A Boy and His Monster" by Matt Mok

Product Details

BN ID: 2940046327175
Publisher: Evolved Publishing LLC
Publication date: 05/16/2012
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Lane Diamond is the pen name for David Lane. He grew up in Algonquin, Illinois, where he graduated from Harry D. Jacobs High School in 1978. After a short college stint, he served in the U.S. Air Force at Ramstein AB, Germany, 1980-1982, and at Lowry AFB, Denver, CO, 1982-1983. For more, please visit his website and blog at www.LaneDiamond.com.


D.T. Conklin is a writer, and he uses words. Some days, he likes to think he uses them well. Other days, he cries.


For over a year he worked on a novel, and in December of 2010 he finished the first rough–very rough–draft. Then he spent a year rewriting it, and published it in March 2012.


The poor guy loves fantasy, and he’s rigorously dreamed of being published, recommended, and perhaps even worshipped. He’d also be very content to clean Patrick Rothfuss’s shoes. Lofty goals. Maybe.


Visit him online and become a minion, and he can raise his minion count to 17. He’d like that.

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