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Boneyard

by Ray Daley

The most important fight you'll ever undertake is that for survival, for your very existence. When you are called to fight on your own field of battle, how will you fare? Live or die? The choice is yours.

She'll Be Right

by Ray Daley

If you could save a larger than life character that the whole world loved, if you could keep him living, instead of him departing this mortal coil, would you try? If it was Steve Irwin, damn right you would!

The Apes Are Crazy

by Ray Daley

In a secret underground facility, scientists seek a way to rehabilitate criminals. But the experiment is still in its early days.

Who Goes There?

by Ray Daley

During war there exists a phrase - "Know thy enemy, know thyself." "Uniform. Means all the same." Sometimes it's difficult to know one from the other.

Monologue of a Cleaner 2

by Camilla Stein

A longer but still quite short science fiction story with a bit of a cozy horror aftertaste, second in the series-in-the-making that follows the career path of a peculiar futuristic character whose resolve to...

Monologue of a Cleaner 1

by Camilla Stein

An extremely short science fiction story with a bit of a cozy horror aftertaste, part of a series in the making. The series follows the career path of a peculiar futuristic character whose resolve to overcome...

Rejects From The Idea Factory; A Flash Fiction Anthology

by Ray Daley

A collection of fifteen original flash fiction stories covering genres from Military to Science Fiction and quite a few odd ones inbetween.

The Most Famous Face You've Never Heard Of

by Ray Daley

In one Universe, someone will live one life. However, if one thing is altered at a certain point, they will still go on but live an entirely different life, possible in alternate realities. Can one meeting make...

The Culling

by Den Warren

A freely conceived individual decides he can no longer accept a situation where defective clone populations are exterminated.

Wasteland

by Ray Daley

Merely making it to a new planet is tough enough, as for surviving there long enough to be rescued? It's a thin line between life and death. And how we walk it will decide our eventual fate!

Tranquility, At Last

by Ray Daley

When man first landed on the moon, he almost didn't make it. What would have happened if he hadn't? Read on and find out.

The Things In The Museum

by Ray Daley

When life as you know it gets reset by catastrophe, there's only one thing to do. Claw your way back up the evolutionary ladder!

Adam Savages Secret Diary

by Ray Daley

The page of his diary Adam hoped the world would never find. Do you dare read it, and learn the grim truth?

The Voice Inside My Head

by Ray Daley

As the darkness of a dystopian night creeps in around you, you hear a mysterious voice, calling out to you. Could it be? Could it really be?

Father Figure

by Ray Daley

There are questions in every persons life that only their parents can answer. But what happens when you were created, not born? When you have a maker, not a father? Can you still find out those answers?

The Old Ways

by Ray Daley

Sometimes the old ways are the best ways. If they work, then they're the best ways.

Veterans

by Ray Daley

Sometimes you give your life to your country. Then you get it back, and become a veteran. But there's always a new war rolling around. What can you offer now, when the planet's at stake?

The Outlier #5: Jumpers

by Tom Lichtenberg

Dillon Sharif was the world's greatest data detective, but he had too many cases. He needed to apply the same analytics techniques he used for solving mysteries to manage his own workload issues. He was also...

Welcome To Freedom

by Ray Daley

If you can find freedom, it's worth almost any sacrifice. Does that include the things that make you Human?

TV Times

by Ray Daley

As television gets more and more stations, you'll find there's less and less worth watching any more. Just pray that one day your TV doesn't start watching YOU!