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A Brief Study of Land Mammals

by Eric Chase

Eddy's get-rich football betting scheme has yet to pay off, so in the meantime, he continues to endure the grind of daily life. Luckily, he fancies himself an American looking at America, studying the masses....

Thick and Fast

by Tommy Dakar

Thick and Fast deals with one of the least attended inequalities that plague mankind - intellectual discrimination. Ambrose Ork was born thick. By contrast Harvey Paulson, the new owner of the mansion, was ambitious,...

That Stupid Kid

by Greg M. Hall

George and his crew huddle in a poorly-heated shed after a serious accident halts their work. As they wait to hear of the victim's survival, rumors bounce off the metal walls.

Of the World (If Where You're Going Isn't Home Book 2)

by Max Zimmer

At sixteen, licensed to drive, armed with his trumpet and a talented band, Shake Tauffler begins to slip the harness of his home and neighborhood to test himself in the raw world of the streets and nightclubs...

The Girl in the Trees

by Tom Lichtenberg

Twelve year old Miranda Amelia Harden has lived all her life on her grandfather's ranch in the mountains. All she wants is to stay there, but the rest of the world can't seem to leave her alone. She has only...

Glaring Shadow - A stream of conscious novel

by BS Murthy

Glaring Shadow in a stream of consciousness mode is the self-account of the life and times of a man, who liquidates his immense wealth only to consign it to the flames. The agony and ecstasy of his life as he...

Chariots of Fire redux, a short novel

by Doug Buckley

Scottish Olympic champion Eric Liddell of the award-winning British film Chariots of Fire, never raced against the Australian sprinter Frank Judd. For a start, Frank, the star of the highly praised Australian...

One Black Bureaucrat Moves On

by Doug Buckley

Three political power-centres dominate the life of Australian public servant Hamish Murray. Firstly the national capital Canberra with Hamish’s lazy, ever-ambiguous boss. Secondly the state capital Brisbane...

Who, the F..k, Is Carreg Hearth

by Carreg Hearth

An interview (in progress) with Carreg Hearth, who is a mystery even for himself.

Chantepleure

by Linda Robinson

Three remarkable women friends who have survived four decades together face a momentous year in their lives. Margo Sawyer finds her marriage dissolving, and a career that has sustained her less rewarding. Patricia...

Macedonia

by Tom Lichtenberg

A gang of street kids, an anonymous radio announcer, a detective from the future, a presidential assassination attempt and a frequently mistaken narrator all play a part in this jumble of introductions to an...

American Paranoid Restaurant

by Caleb Hildenbrandt

A meditation on identity, consumption, and pareidolia. Ninety-five percent true by semi-exact count. Contains the word “boudoir” twice, “polaroid” and “french fries” six times apiece, and “ejecta”...

The Red Forest (Excerpt)

by Jessica Matteliano

Meet Celso Riddle. Bitter. Enlightened. Merciless. Profane. Resilient. The spark that will send this world reeling into a new age. Does he really care? To buy to full edition in eBook format, please visit the...

Unpredictable

by Bryan R. Dennis

Three stories to go with three haiku. Unpredictable: Tapping of moth wings His journey rekindled by melon-flavored lips Illinois Corn: Alabaster skin Red rash creeps up her arms corn scent and knuckles Jake's...

Black Denim Lit #3

by BlackDenimLit

RELEASE DATE: April 10, 2014: Black Denim Lit is a monthly journal of fiction available on the web and on all eReaders for free through BlackDenimLit.com. This month Christopher T. Garry brings together sixty...

Saint Addiction

by Norman Crane

Procter is a junkie. He lives up near Brown Hill with the raccoons and his drug paraphernalia, which he keeps on a silver platter under his sofa. He didn't have a woman until he met her. She has clean, shiny...

The Book of Kings and Queens

by Robert Earle

Brilliant but paranoid, Herod the Great does not kill Antipas, his natural son by Malthace the Samaritan, or Jesus, his illegitimate son by Mary of Bethlehem. But these are among the few family members who escape...

Dovetails

by Michael Graeme

A Short Story - She'd always been a beauty, no longer young, but always lovely to him, and had it not been for the faith she'd had in him all these years, he would surely have given up hope of ever finding his...

Good to Her

by Enid Harlow

Good to Her is a historical literary novel set against the backdrop of the famous New York City restaurant, Dinty Moore’s, which stood at the corner of 46th Street just off Broadway for some 50 years. Enlivened...

Close to Nowhere

by Tom Lichtenberg

A haunted desk, a case of mistaken identity and ominous threats from mysterious strangers can be seriously annoying when all you want is to get your job done and go home to your family. Sometimes you just have...