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Rebecca Gomez Farrell writes all the speculative fiction genres she can conjure up. Her first fantasy novel, Wings Unseen, debuted in August 2017 from Meerkat Press. You can find her short stories in almost 20 anthologies and magazines including Dark Luminous Wings, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, and the upcoming Fright into Flight from Word Horde. Becca co-leads the 400-member strong East Bay Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers Meetup group and organizes a chapter of the national Women Who Submit writing organization, which encourages female writers to send their work out for publication. She also co-moderates a couple of Facebook groups for female-identifying writers and is a regular participant in the literary reading scene. Becca’s food, drink, and travel blog, theGourmez.com, has garnered multiple accolades and influences every tasty bite of her fictional worldbuilding.
Published Mar 12, 2019 · 4,991 words (19 minutes) · 318 views
A stowaway and thief, Enkid, doesn't know what to make of the caring Triloneans who find her after a shipwreck at sea. Has she escaped the claws of a sea monster only to stumble into a more insidious trap?
Published Jan 21, 2019 · 5,767 words (21 minutes) · 1 like · 145 views
No job. No woman. No grasp on sanity? What else is Garcia to think when crosswalk signals start talking to him? Or when they send him on a scavenger hunt? He doesn't know, but as long as it leads him back to Jolanda in the end, he'll give it a go.
Published Dec 17, 2018 · 798 words (3 minutes) · 1 like · 154 views
Poinsettias have never looked so menacing. Shreds of ribbon threaten from the Christmas morning massacre. And are you sure you should eat that cranberry side dish? Three tales of holiday horror lurk inside.
Published Oct 16, 2018 · 10,163 words (37 minutes) · 2 likes · 462 views
When her abusive husband's released from jail, Rockie flees to small town Enos with her two children. But the Old Western town's been hiding secrets of its own, forces that founder Jonah Weatherton set in motion a century earlier.