Sasha FoxÂ is an airline pilot . . . and a writer, too! Currently up to mischief somewhere in the UnitedÂ States, she’s most likely to be encountered flyingÂ somewhere over 27,000′ . . . or curled up with a warm cup of coffee and a laptop, writing away the hours.
(302) 900-5726Â is herÂ first published work, a window into a little pocket of space where humanity has taken a strange step for survival.
A young dancer’s identity is up for sale to the highest bidder . . . but none know the secrets and dreams locked inside his head. Adrift in a sea of faces and unsure of who or what he is supposed to be, he’s on a collision course with destiny, and his time is running out.
Geren’s future is brightâ
A trained chemical engineer, paying his dues on a planet far from home, he’s adapted to a simple, professional lifestyle. Living and working inside a great factory-city, every need is metâfood, socialization, entertainment and lodging . . .
In a civilized world, it’s easy to forget just how fragile life can be. It’s easy to forget the demons lurking in the shadows, and the nightmare that awaits just outside the walls.
One fox’s taleâa short story, in serial format.
A destitute red fox is dying from plague in a society that barely merits the name. In a wasteland of death, poverty and destruction, he wants to tell his story before his end, desperate to simply leave some sort of mark on the world that will prove he existed.
But change is on the wind . . . and a unique opportunity. Perhaps, with just a bit of leverage and a modicum of will, he can do much more than that . . .