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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...

Night

by Abhay Adil

A black comedy about a incident that takes place in the course of one night between four friends

Meeting Abacus

by Jenue Brosinski

"Meeting Abacus" is the second chapter in "Land of Balloons". Little Yara tries to adjust to her new living situation but her Stepdad, Flint, doesn't make it easy. She finds solace with an unusual friend.

Odyssey: California Dreaming

by Eric Chase

"Reality is stranger than fiction. Who wants to waste their time writing about elves and dragons, when there are enough fantastic and diabolical entities and events all around us here in the real world. The...

With You

by Jocy K.

it is a collection of my short stories that I have writen in the past and I saw fit. These stories were first published on FictionPress and I thought it would be kind of cool to put it in one bundle. it has...

Ground Zero

by Jade Casey

Love does not suffer loss without pain. A story of deep love and tragic loss that will touch the most frigid heart. He was the best war strategist and spy the king had, she was the king's blacksmith's daughter....

Searching for Jeanette and Jimmy

by Stanley Wilson

This is the third edition and the first in the Jimmy Collins Series. A journey of two people, who's unrequited love stands the test of time. Two people who were never really apart but didn't really know it....

Big John's Long War

by Kurt Ulmer

He made good on a promise to come home from the war to take care of his family. The war never ended for this poor soul.

Swilliam Shines - Chapter Eleven - The Banquet

by Sean Hines

FOLLOW THE RECOUNTED TALES OF BANKERS-TURNED-ADVENTURERS JOHN SWILLIAM AND RUPERT SHINES IN THIS BRAND NEW WEB-BASED SERIAL. As Jack tries to reason with Mariana, Rupert is sneaking back for a peak of the banquet.

Obscurities

by Mick Bordet

Del Fawmer is a solo musican with a blossoming career, but her life is turned upside down when her dying grandmother asks her to delve into the secrets of the past. Visiting the old woman's house, Del comes...

The Betrayal of A Hero

by David Armstrong

Tim is an ex British Army soldier from Newcastle Upon Tyne. After finding it difficult to survive after leaving the army he enters into business with his best mate and an acquaintance who eventually destroys...

Swilliam Shines - Chapter Four - By Rail to the Sea

by Samuel Williams

FOLLOW THE RECOUNTED TALES OF BANKERS-TURNED-ADVENTURERS JOHN SWILLIAM AND RUPERT SHINES IN THIS BRAND NEW WEB-BASED SERIAL. Nerves set in as our chaps reach Plymouth and cast off in to the unknown.

Swilliam Shines - Chapter Seven - A Calamitous Escape

by Sean Hines

FOLLOW THE RECOUNTED TALES OF BANKERS-TURNED-ADVENTURERS JOHN SWILLIAM AND RUPERT SHINES IN THIS BRAND NEW WEB-BASED SERIAL. Can Jack and Rupert find there way out of the mess they have gotten themselves in...

Gillian's Prison

by Kurt Ulmer

A dramatic Australian short story with an explosive mix of passion, devotion, betrayal, violence and retribution. How far does a woman go to support her man? And what happens when love is betrayed? Gillian forgave...

Power Surge

by Kurt Ulmer

No one in their right mind would pay that much to rent a house here. But someone did, not because she was out of her mind, but because she could not find accommodation anywhere. Then he moved in with her: a...

First Bite

by Kurt Ulmer

Station Pier, Port Melbourne on a cold, wet early winter’s morning in 1962 is not a welcoming place. Meat pie! I must have a meat pie. And there was the sign: ‘Four ‘n Twenty’, the meat pie I must have....

Mathew and Cassy

by PearlSun

Mathew and Cassy - celebrating the innocence of childhood!

Gary H., not quite the real thing

by Kurt Ulmer

Gary H. had a lovely wife, a good business and everything looked fine. Then why make calls from a public phone, every weekday at 10.05 AM? He had a perfectly good telephone at home and an iphone as well. Gary,...

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...

Inferno!

by Semyon White

Three friends in New York City struggle with fidelity and other issues in their relationships with women. Dialogue driven, episodic, frank and explicit, it follows each man's choices, mistakes and explorations...