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Gnome Man's Land

by Johnny Wheeler

Whimsical tale of a dream...or is it? An original story by Johnny Wheeler

Hazel Fugue

by Stephen W. Cote

A young boy rows an ill sailor to shore and spins a fairytale about a hazel nut and pirates. But as his tale unfolds, the pirates' quest for treasure becomes a flight into madness.

Secret Sidewalk

by Tom Lichtenberg

Beauregaard Sweet became invisible, but his troubles began when he suddenly reappeared. Now everybody wants something from him. Manny the mechanic wants his wife. Sharad LeMaster wants his secret. Emma Biggs...

Kalypso: Tritagonist

by Emma Walker

In Homer's epic poem, The Odyssey, we are told of Odysseus' great adventures following the destruction of Troy - his desperate homeward journey back to his patiently waiting wife and child. Yet he spent seven...

I'll Never Let You Go

by Johnny Wheeler

A short story of intense love by Johnny Wheeler

Bilal's Bedtime Stories - Part THREE

by Zishane Fatima - XKP

It seems a long time since the Mission published the first two collections of its Bedtime Stories. We were,therefore, glad when Haji Mohamedtaki N. Rajwani brought to us these nine stories written by his daughter,...

Skiátheá

by John P Lennon

Skiátheá is psychological novella set in a seaside village in Cornwall, England. It is based on a Cornish folk tale; The Mermaid of Zennor. The original story is of a fisherman who falls in love with a mermaid....


Master Davey and The Magic Tea House By Susan Chodakiewitz None of  the customers at the Magic Tea H

by Susan Chodakiewitz

The precious Blue Tiger tea is about to be lost to the world forever. Only Master Davey, the magical tea master and his protege, Hopper Smith can save it... but will Hopper have the courage and the power to...

Torii Gate Reloaded

by George McNeur

Danny was scared – as scared as only a four-going-on-five-year old whose active imagination sees monsters and murderers lurking behind every object that swam in and out of sight amongst the thick, clinging...

The Last of our Endless Days

by Jennie Mars

Years after a mermaid abandons the sea to be with her human lover, she sits at his death bed. Bitter about the past, she pens a letter of confession.

Bunny Eggs

by Iain Baker

The Easter Bunny has been around for a long time, and is an important part of a lot of peoples childhood... but he's an even more important part of a select few's childhood. This book follows the time spent...

The Angry Vagabonds

by Ray Daley

A fantasy tale set when animals still spoke, and how one such group lost that power.

Cardinal Rule

by Ray Weeks

Life's rough in the Underside--you've got fairies tending bar, leprechauns mugging you at knife point, and gnomes who are just too damn stupid to know what's good for 'em--but nobody's tougher than Burdoch....

The Princess and the Prose

by Johnny Wheeler

A tale of love found by a Princess through poetry. An original story by Johnny Wheeler.

Grandpa Bruce's Lite Horror

by Bruce T. Forbes

There are two types of horror stories: the kind where blood and body parts are splattered everywhere, and the type that challenge your mind and teach a Good vs Evil theme - you know, good, old fashioned Victorian...

The Blackened Rose

by Johnny Wheeler

A short compelling story by Johnny Wheeler

Migrations, Volume I : Don't Forget to Breathe

by Ashim Shanker

"...he could imagine the Dust spiraling in corners, plotting en masse an elaborate offensive upon those who sought seclusion from the outside Universe. The Dust: it was older than Time, bound by its allegiance...

3 Fables

by V.A. Jeffrey

Three fables are told. One on the foolishness of complacency, one on the dangers of vanity and the last on learning to be content with what you have. (Micro-fiction)

How YouTube Saved the World from the AntiChrist

by William Hrdina

Everything was going so well for the Antichrist, until that damn kid and his YouTube.

Gamic Ties

by Shakna Israel

Proceeded by "Gamic Throes" Book Two of the Gamic Cycle. Civil war rages. The Emperor Sixth has blistered the land, and in his wake lies the dead. Princess Eliza lies dead, and the Grand Akaia has cursed the...