Writing fiction is a journey. With each new anthology or novel I complete, I’m closer to learning a little more about myself and the world around me.
Anthologies of Short Stories
An estranged father, a compulsive smoker, an aggressive advertising consultant, a dark dinner guest, and Life herself come together in Bedtime for Seneca, a collection of five short stories from the darkly fertile mind of M. Duda.
Welcome to a shadowy world of imagination and depth—where the veil between worlds is much thinner than we ever thought possible and the biggest question is never what happens next, but why. In this dark and unexplored place, good intentions don’t always work out as planned, and the living and the dead each find themselves trapped in cages of their own making.
The stories of these three are interconnected by themes of individuality, rebellion, and transformation. Author M. Duda’s short-story collection is genre bending and thought provoking.