Underwater: A Short Story

Getting thrown into the deepest part of the ocean with a ball and chain isn't my favorite experience, I have to admit. Breathing water, even less so. Was it something I'd said? Homicidal mayhem just wasn't like Jeszie. This short story is about 1750 words long, or approximately 7 average book pages.

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About April Steed

As you can probably tell, I love fantasy, but my interests are wide ranging. Right now I’m working on editing a dystopian novel called Snapdragon, and many of my short stories explore what happens when fantasy creatures run into advanced technology.

During the day I’m lucky enough to get to spend time with my handicapped sister, who’s a bright-eyed delight brimming over with enthusiasm for life. In my spare time I write (bet you couldn’t guess that!) and design book covers for my stories. I’m having a the time of my life learning how to use DAZ 3D software to make gorgeous images. But also, since I do try for a bit of well-roundedness, I attempt to garden. Hopefully this year I won’t kill off the tomatoes.

And perhaps most importantly, my new favorite TV show is Castle. It’s witty, funny, and about a writer. What more could I want? (Except having you come visit me at my story blog, aprilsteed.com, of course!)

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