This is the science fiction short stories and fantasy collection from Timothy O. Goyette. These works have been compared to The Twilight Zone stories in terms of their feel and twists. This collection is broken up into three sections. Like the Greek comedy and tragedy the first two sections are, The Light: science fiction and fantasy humor, The Dark: more serious stories. The third section, The Qucik, consists of a flash fiction, or very short stories.
These fantasy and science fiction humor stories run the gambit from time travel and control through digital voodoo with a brief stop with rat gods.
These stories discuss weighter themes from Revenge to the old faith versus science debate. There is even an science fiction and fantasy cross genre story about a blind woman and a snake oil salesman.
This is Goyette’s flash fiction anthology. These are made up of science fiction and fantasy stories along with a couple that don’t really fit into these categories. A damsel in a tower, a man on trial for science, a distrubing view of the afterlife, and many more oddities await in this section.
If you have any soul at all, you will be entertained. This is the good stuff. Raymond Coulombe author of Transdimensional Blues and Nomadic Sea Hobo.
fun—to say the least – Fanboys Anonymous