Obviously this is really exciting! I got acceptances from 365tomorrows and Liquid Imagination almost at the same time, and so they make up my fifth and sixth publications, respectively.
"Apocalypse On Time" begins like this:
"The hours have become mere tick tocks of clock hands since Lonny flipped ahead on his desk calendar this morning, noting with some surprise that the pages stop tomorrow with the End of the World."
The rest of the story follows Lonny during Earth's last day, with a good twist in the end, like most flash fictions tend to have. It's kind of an understated piece of humor. Not really deep, but hopefully thought-provoking (sort of akin to my other apocalyptic story, "Like Son Like Father").
I hope you read it! Tell me what you think in the comments below or on the Facebook page.
Jedd Cole is a professional writer and author of short speculative fiction. He resides in Ohio where he is completing a degree in Rhetoric & Professional Writing, crafting short stories in every time-nook he can find, all while frequenting the pages of imaginary worlds with his wonderful wife, Heather, and no pets. None.