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SPACE JUNK

by Mendel Singer

Sundown in the Mojave. Alexia on the Wuppertal Express. Dip your toe in the zeitgeist.

The Adventures of a Red Spotted Handkerchief

by Pete Donald

The Red, Spotted Handkerchief (RSH as he is known to other handkerchiefs) yearns for adventure, He dreams of battling beasts and climbing tall trees, but still sits in a shop. Then one day he is bought and he...

Ella's Mother

by Cress Roylott

Reflections on family, trauma, and ghosts, from a reluctant mother. Excerpt: I’m staring at Ella down by the stream. Not quite four, and she scampers about like an elfin who has all the world in her hands....

Language of Metamorphosis

by Carreg Hearth

What happens, when one day you find your mother tongue replaced by English.

Postpartum

by Mr. Knowcebo

"I was on my way home. The place that locked me up had decided I wasn’t a danger to myself anymore, so they gave me a couple bus passes and escorted me out of the building. I live way out past the old Air...

The Boy Who Spoke Mosquito

by Norman Crane

Duey Pepper doesn't talk much. He doesn't have parents. His only friend is Oliver. Oliver died. They should have left Duey alone after that.

In Small Doses 3 (A Short Story Collection Abridged )

by Hallett German

From the author of the Olivia Plymouth and Corporate Intent Series, the author's third short story collection. These twenty stories are the most wide-ranging and creative to date. Topics include the paranormal,...

The Artist: Number 57

by Seth Daniels

The Artist is a serial killer that kills for the creation of art. He finds death beautiful and takes it very seriously. He insists on killing in unique ways. His latest work of art is Vicky, a young nurse. She...

THE DATE SQUARE KILLER

by Alan Annand

Mild-mannered hit man finds love, social justice and the meaning of life in non-random acts of murder.

Spread (Night School, #1) - Complete

by Appolina Gray

Genevieve is the first to admit she's not a very good cook, so she's signed up for some cookery classes at the local college. Of course the handsome tutor, Jack, has nothing to do with it. After a lesson goes...

Phone Calls From God

by Stephen W. Cote

Craig Henry is an atheist and he loves Tabitha Wolfe. Her mother, Christine Wolfe, is a devout Christian and thinks her daughter can do better. But, when Christine starts receiving phone calls from someone she...

Symbiotes

by Tom Dillon

The second story in the Horizon Series. When Ava, Vance, and Remi claimed an abandoned space station, they knew it would change their lives. Now they have to learn to live together.

Watson's Finances

by Cress Roylott

A brief speculation on how Watson supported himself before he was a famous author.

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 Lost Memory

by John Krissilas

In the future... memories and thoughts are stored on devices strapped to our arms, freeing our minds from the need to remember. This seemed like the perfect kind of future for Jason, a father who prides himself...

The Halloween Collection

by Indie Eclective

THE HALLOWEEN COLLECTION FROM THE INDIE ECLECTIVE Rhyn Trilogy: Origins, by Lizzy Ford: Gabriel's fate as an assassin seems set until he meets a courageous half-demon child named Rhyn, whose plight rekindles...

We Could Hear the Howls of the ADHD Boys: A Fiction

by Tom Triumph

A group of survivors in post-apocalyptic New England go from town to town scavenging for pharmaceuticals in order to stay alive. One man in the tribe searches for seizure meds for his son, while a gang of ADHD...

The Enigma that was Carla Sinclair

by Michael Graeme

I was not completely unhinged. She was just a computer program, a crude simulation - at best a never ending animated cartoon with only one character and no story line. But she was "something",... She was a hobby...

Chick Magnet

by Kurt Ulmer

Being a chick magnet is fine as long as it doesn't get you into trouble. Albert had some serious explaining to do as things went awry.

Louise

by Morgan Lee

Erotica - BDSM (mild) Girl meets boy with cane.