Saying Goodbye and Hello

If you’ve clicked on our Amazon links lately, you’ll notice…the Tir Athair series is no longer in print! We had a huge shakeup, and it wasn’t a bad thing. Not all relationships are meant to last forever. Having learned a lot, vowing not to make the same mistakes again, we have reached heights we never…

Zombie Flash Fiction: On Domestic Soil

This piece was written as part of a promotional contest for J. Whitworth Hazzard, who prepares to release his four Dead Sea Games books within one print compilation. The flash fiction contest is judged by Miranda Kate. See the link below to read the other entries. On Domestic Soil by Marissa Ames 486 words We…

Dead Leaves

This was written for the Fall Flash Festival, hosted/judged by Eric Martell and Daniel Swensen. As we self-published authors can do, I’ve also submitted it for consideration for J.A.Mes Press’ Halloween Anthology. Dead Leaves, 1000 words, by Marissa Ames Trees rustled overhead, and dry, papery leaves tumbled over Angie’s face. White-gold sunlight angled beneath the…