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The Dark Other

by Stanley G. Weinbaum

"That isn't what I mean," said Nicholas Devine, turning his eyes on his companion. "I mean pure horror in the sense of horror detached from experience, apart from reality. Not just a formless fear, which implies...

The Truth About the Congo

by Frederick Starr

WHEN I returned to America, I had decided to express no opinion upon the public and political questions of the Congo Free State. Having found conditions there quite different from what I had expected, it was...

Silver Cross

by Mary Johnston

The town of Middle Forest had long since pushed the forest from all sides. Its streets, forked as lightning, ran up to the castle and down to the river. The river here was near its mouth, and wide. The bridge...

Shopping Cart Pantheism

by Jeanne Randolph

Glorifying consumerism as the de facto religion of our time, Shopping Cart Pantheism offers a preposterous yet challenging invitation to participate in commodity worship. As our narrator meanders the Las Vegas...

The Texican

by Dane Coolidge

THE languid quiet of midday lay upon the little road-house that stood guard by Verde Crossing. Old Crit and his wild Texas cowboys had left the corral at dawn, riding out mysteriously with their running irons...

The Tragedy of Ida Noble

by William Clark Russell

On Monday, August 8th, 1838, the large bark Ocean Ranger, of which I was second mate, was in latitude 38° 40' N., and longitude 11° W. The hour was four o'clock in the afternoon. I had come on deck to relieve...

Moon Rising

by Ann Victoria Roberts

Who was Bram Stoker - and why did he write Dracula? Through the words of Damaris Sterne, daughter of an old seafaring family, we meet a man escaping from the pressures of his life in London. As the two become...

The Diamond Lens

by Fitz-James O'Brien

This story, published in the Atlantic Monthly in 1858, was the first of the great weird-scientific stories. It won immediate popularity for the author—a popularity which continued unbroken until his death...

The Man Who Never Was

by Olga Núñez Miret

The protagonist, Jesús, is ugly. Extraordinarily ugly. He is so ugly that his friends and relatives are convinced that behind that ugliness there must be something else. A malefic power or possibly a momentous...

Twin Evils?

by Olga Núñez Miret

‘Twin Evils?’ is a New Adult novella (approx. 40 pages) that begins like a fairy tale, talks about friendship against all odds, tragedy, romance, and has a touch of the paranormal. Fast paced and entertaining...

Louisa Elliott: A classic love story

by Ann Victoria Roberts

Two men, one woman, and a family with secrets... Set in the walled City of York, this sweeping Victorian chronicle is based on a true story. It tells of the life and loves of a remarkable woman - Louisa Elliott....

After the Pardon

by Matilde Serao

In this romance, the author has vividly pictured the ravishing fierceness of the love which sways the Latins and bends them to its desires. Graphically she has shown how their passions force them beyond all...


by Keith Dixon

B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree and Awesome Indie award winner! No. 1 IN THE LITERARY FICTION WOMEN'S FICTION FREE DOWNLOAD CATEGORY! "This is excellent contemporary fiction ... " Tahlia Newland, founder of Awesome...

The Laughter of Peterkin

by Fiona MacLeod

AT the rising of the moon, Peterkin awoke, and laughed. He was in his little white bed near the open window, so that when a moonbeam wavered from amid the branches of the great poplar, falling suddenly upon...

The Adventures of M. D'Haricot

by J. Storer Clouston

ON my window-sill lies a faded rose, a rose plucked from an English lane. As I write, my eyes fall upon the gardens, the forests, around my ancestral chateau, but the faint scent is an English perfume. To the...

North and South

by Elizabeth Gaskell

Novelist, daughter of William Stevenson, a Unitarian minister, and for some time Keeper of the Treasury Records. She married William Gaskell, a Unitarian minister, at Manchester, and in 1848 published anonymously...

The Aeneid

by Virgil

Publius Vergilius Maro (Classical Latin: [ˈpuː.blɪ.ʊs wɛrˈɡɪ.lɪ.ʊs ˈma.roː]; October 15, 70 BC – September 21, 19 BC), usually called Virgil or Vergil /ˈvɜrdʒɨl/ in English, was an ancient...

The Conservatory of Santa Teresa

by Romano Bilenchi & Klopp, Charles; Nelson, Melinda (transleted by)

This volume is the first translation of Romano Bilenchi’s 1940 masterpiece to appear in English. This is surprising since The Conservatory of Santa Teresa is much more than an invaluable historical document...

The Motor Rangers' Wireless Station

by Marvin West

The drowsy calm of a balmy afternoon at the Motor Rangers’ wireless camp on Goat Island was abruptly shattered by a raucous, insistent clangor from the alarm-bell of the wireless outfit. Nat Trevor, Joe Hartley...

Camp Mates in Michigan

by St. George Rathborne

“Wake up everybody! Boarders ahoy! Hey! Something’s after our grub! Hurry up, or we’ll be cleaned out!” There was an upheaval of blankets in the lone tent that stood on the bank of a Michigan stream;...