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YOU KNOW WHAT I LIKE TO DO AT FOUR O'CLOCK, ED?

by Stefano Boscutti

Meet Hollywood's most inglorious bastard.

Legendary bad boy movie mogul Don Simpson has just been made the new head of production at Paramount Studios. As he waits for a journalist to arrive for a customary...

Swilliam Shines - Chapter Ten - Returning Home

by Sam Williams

FOLLOW THE RECOUNTED TALES OF BANKERS-TURNED-ADVENTURERS JOHN SWILLIAM AND RUPERT SHINES IN THIS BRAND NEW WEB-BASED SERIAL. Back in London with the first of Mr Darwin's bounty, but is he happy with it?

The Free Indie Reader #1

by The Free Indie Reader

Since the online self-publishing revolution began a few years ago, I've been on the lookout for great indie authors, and my efforts have been rewarded many times over. Most of these discoveries have come from...

ANTics

by Dakota Douglas

Bug cadets, Zube, Brill and HesitANT have a problem – and he’s big, mean, hairy and smelly. This funny and entertaining tale takes place on one day in the life of the three young ant friends as they set...

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....

Three French Hens - A Christmas Collection (Revised Edition, Complete Book)

by Gayle Ramage

Three French Hens is a collection of short stories based on titles of well-known christmas carols, ditties and hit singles. Includes - "All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Fang Teeth" - a vampire get a bit more...

World Weary Avengers

by Tom Lichtenberg

The good folks at World Weary Avengers Incorporated had a simple idea - changing the world for the better merely by talking loudly in public. Seemed simple enough, but even with the help of the most sophisticated...

World of Dead: Homeland

by Robby DeLuca w/ Alex Whitfield

The first book in the World of Dead series that takes you on the ride of Desmond Ryan's life. A master plan, a deadly weapon, the ARK, and a mysterious stranger threaten to topple Espartas chances survival,...

Perhaps and the Beautiful Stranger

by Annee Nymas

A short story. Reflections on how the Universe can turn an every day, uphill journey into a trek through unrequited passion and self-doubt...

Science and Math

BRING ME THE HEAD OF JOHN GRISHAM (STORY)

by Stefano Boscutti

What would you do for a million dollars?

Risk averse expatriate life insurance agent Bob Proctor has to steal back the head of famed American legal thriller author to claim a million dollar bounty from a retired...

Closer Than Breathing - A Light Gay Odyssey

by Alan Keslian

“Closer Than Breathing” is a full length novel which, among the characters, includes gay men and lesbians leading busy lives. It tells the story of Ben, a young gay man new to the metropolis, who is confronted...

Nursery Crimes - Case 1

by Ray Daley

A sideways look at the real life of nursery rhyme characters, inspired in no small way by Robert Rankin.

The Outlier #1: Beepers

by Tom Lichtenberg

Dillon Sharif was the world's greatest big-data detective. It helped to be the handsome grandson of the billionaire founders of the AllDat Corporation - legal owners of all the world's information - but would...

THE WEDDING VIDEO (SCREENPLAY)

by Stefano Boscutti

Everyone loves a wedding.

You don't want to read something dry and droll. You want to read something smart and funny. Something you can laugh out loud to. "The Wedding Video" melts the most subversive comedies...

Blue Moon Murder

by RoseMary McDaniel a.k.a. Amy Hayle

What short of murder could pry Roger loose from his mother's clutches, Emily wondered. She was twenty-seven and single. Roger was older, single, but apparently mother-bonded. On the day of the Blue Moon, Emily...

I Was a Teenage Stowbilly

by Michael Pollick

"I Was a Teenage Stowbilly" covers the author's childhood in the small Midwestern city of Stow, Ohio during the Seventies and Eighties. It starts out innocently enough, with a fond look back at elementary school....

Artificial Intelligence

by Ray Daley

When a supercomputer learns to swear, is it an accident?

No Vampire - a series of disturbing interviews

by Graham Parke

As you probably know, an extraordinary event shook the literary world very recently. This micro novella explorers the event in-depth, and attempts to explain how it happened.

Humanoid Central

by Tom Lichtenberg

In the future, humans and androids desperately need to find a way to get along with each other, but they're failing miserably. Mired in war and environmental catastrophe, a new generation has to rise to the...