Free Fiction Thursday: Rememorations

The Immortality Chronicles (September 2015) was a collection of short stories centered around a common theme: Immortality. There were 12 total stories in the volume, with varying views on the topic. What you are about to read was my contribution to the volume. The Anthology won the award for The Best Anthology Of The Year as voted in the 2016 Preditors and Editors Readers Poll. Rememorations was also nominated for Best American Science Fiction. Here’s a quick synopsis:

Is living forever all that it’s cracked up to be?

Decades after receiving an immortality endowment, Nathan Duncan returns to the Lazarus Center for Extended Living to discover that his treatment was not all he was promised. The routine maintenance he requires will affect his past every bit as much as his future.

Now, Nathan can’t help wondering: Is it the man that makes the memories, or vice versa?

This short story is offered free on this website for one week only. It’s also available in ebook here.

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2 thoughts on “Free Fiction Thursday: Rememorations”

  1. I like this story because it emphasizes that memories is relative to growth Of an individual. The creativity of this story emphasizes that all memories are relevant good and bad. Very insightful.


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