About Time (my short story published in The London Reader!!!)

A story I wrote in early April, About Time, is in the Summer 2020 issue of The London Reader.

Having my fiction selected for publication is a hugely exciting thing for me and this story is one I’m quite proud of having written. Although it’s a little nerve wracking to have people ACTUALLY reading it, if that makes any sense at all?

It’s a short short fictional story about a mysterious antique clock and the pandemic.

You can read About Time through The London Reader social media posts (which contain a temporary link to a free copy) or by subscribing on Amazon to support the magazine and writers in this issue.

Subscribe:

Subscribe to the Print or eBook edition anywhere in the world: www.patreon.com/LondonReader

To the Kindle edition in the UK: www.amzn.to/2fvO7Th
Or to the Kindle edition in the US: www.amzn.to/2gDSdG6

Free issue through social media: www.facebook.com/LondonReaderMag
www.twitter.com/LondonReaderMag

And if you like it, let me know!

One thought on “About Time (my short story published in The London Reader!!!)

  1. Martha Adams

    Great writing, Daphne! I don’t know where you find time to do all you do! It hit a special cord with me, as I used to tinker with an old clock I found in a barn in my early teens. I also wrote a ditty when I was bored at my work study job in college. Calendars and clocks were made by men Who didn’t ask why, but when.

    Thank you for sending. Can you also send link to Sara? I can’t quite figure out how to do that. Peter sent a card(?) for Jacobs birthday. I will forward it today. I thought he finally had your address, but perhaps not. Love, Aunty M

    Sent from my iPad

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