• The Past-Crime Series

    Past-Crime: A crime committed by you in a past life for which you are now punishable.

     

  • Short Fiction

    Speculative Short Fiction

    April 21, 2017
    Freda dangles her arm into the cot. She strokes the cotton thin hair of her new-born and watches its effect in her window. With each stroke, her own face, milk white and blurred is shown on the screen. "I'm going downstairs now. I'll check on you later," she says. She switches on the musical...
    April 21, 2017
    They appeared in the night. On Friday the world went to sleep. On Saturday morning they appeared. Billions of them. As many as there are people. It’s on the news, it’s in the papers, on the radio and on-line. Everywhere. If you’re not hearing about them you see them. Everywhere you go. Lines....
  • The Future of the Past

     

    A young man is being questioned in an interrogation room. He does not know his crime but he knows why he is there. A young woman is brought in and introduced as his Recessive Judge. She has the folder with the sundial emblem. They hold the results of his Soul Screening, the government’s new initiative.

    As the young man reflects on recent events, it soon becomes clear the crime he is about to be accused of was committed in a past life and he knows only too well how dire the punishment will be. All this is a year from now. The existence of the soul is scientifically proven. Our past lives are real. Our past crimes are real. Now we must pay for them.

     

    The Future of the past - The first in the Past-Crimes series

  • CS Morgan

     

    Carlie is a thirty-year old technical writer, cake eater and Welsh fencing champion. She works for a children’s confectionery company based in South Wales, writing anything from the ingredients of a chocolate bar to instructions on how to use a teddy bear.

    She’s also dabbled in children's fiction as part of her studies, writing tales of time travel, cursed uncles and Sock Gods.

    She loves to write science fiction with a particular interest in dystopia and exploring the limits of control and technology in future societies.

    Having enjoyed the complex worlds woven by authors like Phillip Pullman, H G Wells and Margaret Atwood, she wanted to craft her own future world. She’s had some small success in the publication of flash fiction. The Future of the Past is her first novel.

     

     

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