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Martin Goes Floundering

by Kurt Ulmer

Martin goes floundering in Tasmania's Marion Bay. Pause and retreat. What could possibly go wrong? Pause and retreat. He has been there before and made TV news for all the wrong reasons... This is a light-hearted...

Pandora's Box

by G J Saunders

A mysterious artefact is found at an archaeological dig which leads to an adventure which has the potential to change the world.

Heroes: Godsend

by Sklarlight

Heroes: Godsend is a spin-off Novel that spans ten chapters as the protagonist, 'The Impossible Son', searches for the truth behind his origins as helpful strangers embark on his journey with him. Whilst it...

The Dragon Cycle

by S.T. Harvey

An event happens on January 22 that changes the course of history forever. Two towns are destroyed, and there is one survivor, Pollock Drake, a 15 year old. He is taken into custody as a suspected terrorist....

Throwing Clay Shadows

by theaatkinson

Chapter 2 It's 1807 on the Isle of Eigg. Four-year old Maggie believes she has killed her mother by saying bad things and now she won't say a word. It's true that Ma's voice stays in the cottage even though...

BOSCUTTI'S DON SIMPSON (NOVEL)

by Stefano Boscutti

Nothing succeeds like excess.

Outrageous Hollywood super producer Don Simpson wants to do something good with his life. But all the hookers and drug dealers and movie stars just keep getting in the way. Simpson...

Fergyville Episode 1: The New Plan

by Katina Ferguson

Frank and Catherine are parents worn down by three young children, and life. As they try to come up with a new, more efficient, way of managing their lives, they are met with a series of unforeseen obstacles....

BOSCUTTI'S ELVIS PRESLEY (SCREENPLAY)

by Stefano Boscutti

Walk a thousand miles in Elvis' shoes.

It's 1970. It's Christmas. And Elvis Presley is jack of it. He's had enough of the songs, the fans, the girls, the guys, everything. He flees Graceland on a wild, manic...

Let's See How You Like It

by William Hrdina

Let's See How You Like It is a satire, but it introduces ideas that I personally find very interesting. What do we do with those who wear ignorant hatred as a badge of honor? Is Frank right or wrong? They're...

Two Tales

by Chris Gallagher

Two short monologues; Dorothy's Story, and The Teddy Bear's Picnic. Take a walk on the slightly darker side of life.

Bint Al Huda Stories 2

by Bint Al-Huda - XKP

The Gift She spent an uncomfortable day anxiously waiting for, she knew not what. Her beloved husband... The Dangerous Game Asia sat waiting for her friend Baidah who was coming to visit her. She was surprised...

Your Choice

by Eric Conrad

A man finds himself in a hallway of doors. Each one has a small peephole. No one else here. The man has nothing, except the phone in his pocket with one number on it...

YOU KNOW WHAT I LIKE TO DO AT FOUR O'CLOCK, ED?

by Stefano Boscutti

Meet Hollywood's most inglorious bastard.

Legendary bad boy movie mogul Don Simpson has just been made the new head of production at Paramount Studios. As he waits for a journalist to arrive for a customary...

Cabbage, Strudel and Trams (An Introduction)

by Ivana Hruba

An almost biographical and definitely riotous tale of adolescence begun behind the Iron Curtain, continued in a West German refugee camp and coming to a glorious end in the land Down Under. Cabbage, Strudel...

"KAFKA'S HAIRBRUSH" (STORY)

by Stefano Boscutti

Someone's having a bad hair day.

Anxious writer Franz K. waits for the pharmacy in Prague's old square to open so he can purchase a bottle of his favorite hair tonic. Why are they late? What is wrong with the...

Making Movies

by David Halliday

The magic of film is recreated, taken apart, examined and lovingly satirized in an unusual work of fiction. David Halliday imagines a BBC documentary about 'the well known Canadian film maker Samuel Bremmer'....

Epithalamium (Harry Potter for grownups)

by Squibstress

Minerva McGonagall is a bright, talented witch with dreams of becoming the first woman in the Auror corps. Albus Dumbledore is famous, brilliant, flawed, and more than forty years her senior. Their love-affair...

The Kiss Of An Assassin

by G J Saunders

Their lips met and she tasted the sweetness of Champagne as Aaron's tongue danced against her own. It was a good kiss; a goodbye kiss; the kiss of an Assassin.

Love

by Ivana Hruba

It will destroy you.

The Glove Letters

by Kurt Ulmer

Letters from the edge as the search for the mysterious glove touches people’s lives in simple ways, in sad moments, at turbulent times, under pitiable circumstances and in ways that will touch your heart and...