Perhaps if it weren’t for his two dogs, Pete Fanning would have no stories to tell. The dogs need walks, and it’s on these walks where Pete finds the stories he needs to write. On occasion, he can be spotted along the Creekside trail, muttering and mumbling and otherwise working up some decent dialogue.
While his stories have appeared in online publications and three anthologies, Pete is perhaps proudest of his letters to the editor of his local newspaper—usually involving trash and litter on those beloved trails. A devoted husband and father, Pete usually writes on his lunch break, in the car, closet, or basement, in the event he can find a slice of spare time.
Pete has written more than one manuscript and used them to start more than one fire. But he’s thrilled to have his debut novel, Justice in a Bottle, published by Immortal-Works. Pete can be found on his fiction blog, lunchbreakfiction.com where he’s posted over 165 flash fiction stories and counting.