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H.L. Fullerton

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H.L. Fullerton writes fiction—mostly speculative, occasionally about other universes; tends towards the apocalyptic; likes semi-colons and the occasional interrobang; verbs nouns; occasionally indulges in run-on sentences; might be in trouble with prepositions; uses words instead of emoticons; believes apostrophes are commas gone wild; can't remember what goes here; saves dangling participles (sometimes); and binge reads while watching television.

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"Did You Hear the Angels Sing?" Out Now at Mysterion

Published Jan 13, 2021 · 86 words (1 minute) · 60 views

Angels 2021 Publication

New story by me released into the world. Angels, murder, and mini-marts.

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Years in Review: A Look at the Submissions Slog

Published Dec 31, 2020 · 473 words (2 minutes) · 52 views

Meaningless data!

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Scrap paper and crumpled paper

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Year in Review: Stories Written by Me Pubbed in 2020

Published Nov 29, 2020 · 141 words (1 minute) · 129 views

List of stories by H.L. Fullerton that were published in 2020.

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Crumpled 2020 numbers

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Anthology I Have a Story In Is Available for Pre-Order (if pre-ordering is your kind of thing)

Published Aug 15, 2020 · 226 words (1 minute) · 81 views

We line halls. We fill streets. We pour into spaces too empty to take.

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Fireweed (Epilobium angustifolium) in early morning light.

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New Fiction: "Digging Up Sergeant Moon Years" out now at Translunar Travelers Lounge

Published Feb 16, 2020 · 71 words (1 minute) · 184 views

Daniel January is going to save his brother. Because dead doesn't always mean dead. (Don't worry if that sounds confusing, Daniel will (mostly) explain it.)

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white tombstones

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"So It Fermented, in Bitter Florals with a Lasting Spiced Finish" is out now at James Gunn's AdAstra

Published Dec 31, 2019 · 67 words (1 minute) · 208 views

New fiction out with a camel, transmutation, and treason.

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50 degrees in the Tunisian Sahara, and we found this amazing pregnant camel looking at us.

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Year in Review (Early Edition): Stories By Me Out in the Wilds of 2019

Published Nov 6, 2019 · 145 words (1 minute) · 728 views

There's still a good bit of 2019 left, yet don't we all wish 2019 was over and done with already? On the other hand, some stories I'm really happy to have released into the world were pubbed this year and there's a few in the pipeline for 2020 so some silver-lined clouds pushed their way into the dreary drabness of 2019.

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Novella Update: "The Boy Who Was Mistaken for a Fairy King" Available for Pre-Order

Published Sep 4, 2019 · 189 words (1 minute) · 347 views

If you like stories about boys mistaken for fairy kings, you can find this one in the wild on November 13th. Or you can pre-order now.

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We took a walk in Bradgate park, Leicestershire to try out a new camera.  The park is an enclosed deer park where the deer can roam free.  The path ran along side some ferns, and as we reached it, a we saw a deer disappear into the greenery, with only it’s antlers showing.  We moved in line with the deer, hoping it would look up, but only when my wife started making noises with her mouth did we get it’s attention. It looked up, and straight at us, and with full zoom I managed to capture a few pictures before it ran away. I love the colours in this shot, and how the ferns frame the deer’s head.

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"When Are You Wearing?" Is Out Now in Capricious's Latest Issue

Published Jul 31, 2019 · 224 words (1 minute) · 301 views

second person POV 2nd POV

Second Person Point of View stories written (and published) by me

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Cover reveal for "The Boy Who Was Mistaken for a Fairy King"

Updated Jun 26, 2019 · 225 words (1 minute) · 1 like · 269 views

"The Boy Who Was Mistaken for a Fairy King" coming November 2019 from Annorlunda Books

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The boy who was mistaken ebook