“To Sleep, perchance to Dream . . .” is free for the Kindle reader for five days only (February 27 – March 3). It is a stand alone short story and one of ten short stories in my Mindscapes collection. You can download the short story by clicking on its book cover below. The Amazon description follows:
There is a common thread in many of my short stories and even in my poetry about the nature of reality and the relationship between sleep and wakefulness and the conscious and subconscious mind. As is the case with a number of my short stories, this was inspired by a dream. It delves into one possible explanation for what lurks in the dark
recesses of our mind for which science has yet to discover a clear use.
This short story (2,792 words) is reprinted from Book of Dreams: Science Fiction and Speculative Fiction Short Stories, (C) Victor D. Lopez 2011, Book of Dreams Second Edition: Science Fiction and Speculative Fiction Short Stories (C) Victor D. Lopez 2012, and Mindscapes: Ten Science Fiction and Speculative Fiction Short Stories (C) 2014 by Victor D. López.