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My Brother' s a Spy

by Alex Roysh

The story is about a wily Kremlin plot to ship a boatload of high-tech Russian and German arms to Argentina, and, in this way, spark the second Faulkland War. The MI6's tardy attempts to derail the deal are...

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...

Hashtagstories Vol. 1

by Nick Name

Hashtagstories are Twitter-based literary pieces, written as a sequence of current trendy #hashtags. 25 stories selected for this book were created from May to August 2009, or in other words – around a first...

Artificial Intelligence

by Ray Daley

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

Renegade Robot

by Tom Lichtenberg

It's the end of the world as we know it, when the dreaded Singularity finally occurs and happens to be captured, live on tape, by agents of the Frantic News Network, which freaks out, as usual, and causes a...

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...

Christine

by C. Sean McGee

She that fights monsters might take care lest she become a monster. This is the story of Christine and the day she grew a penis.

Zen In The Art of Absurdity

by Carla René

In “Sounds Like...A Self-Portrait” we see Fern’s struggle to go for it with Rogers or not. But will her gas keep them apart? “Road Rage” shines a light on all those crappy drivers--who are driving...

One Bedroom Apartment

by Ryan Sheffield

Somewhere in the decaying concrete flatlands of post-suburban Texas is an apartment complex where low income, low expectations and low lifes walk the line between the mundane and the macabre. Misery, humor and...

Death Wears A Black Basque

by Ray Daley

A desperate man on the run from a shadowy past is caught by the one thing he feared above everything else. When faced with his fate will he go quietly?

The Brain Ingredient

by Timothy Kay

Kaveh is a chef, fighting to broaden palates in a town full of closed minds. Then zombies eat his guts. Lisa’s years of watching monster movies don't prepare her for the flavor of death she faces when trying...

BOSCUTTI'S ELVIS PRESLEY (SCREENPLAY)

by Stefano Boscutti

Walk a thousand miles in Elvis' shoes.

It's 1970. It's Christmas. And Elvis Presley is jack of it. He's had enough of the songs, the fans, the girls, the guys, everything. He flees Graceland on a wild, manic...

Fourteen Days Later (sample)

by Sibel Hodge

"This story was impossible for me to put down" - Coffee Time Romance & More. Fourteen Days Later was short listed for the Harry Bowling Prize 2008 and received a Highly Commended by the Yeovil Literary Prize...

The Machine Is Working

by Ray Daley

When The President says something he needs to forget in a hurry then it's time to send him to The Machine. But how can the world be sure he's really forgotten that vital detail?

Farther Along the Coastal Road

by Steven Bowman

Yesterday I almost died. And I hate to admit it because of all the bullshit that people say these days about near death experiences and screaming YOLO! But fuck it, my life did indeed flash before my very eyes....

Mom of the Year

by Denise Pischinger

An over-the-top fun yet poignant story about mother-daughter relationships and the world of school volunteerism. You'll laugh, cry and phone a friend about Mom of the Year. Janie Parker rules the school at Parkside...

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...

Swilliam Shines - Chapter Five - Racketball Aboard The Europa

by Sean Hines

FOLLOW THE RECOUNTED TALES OF BANKERS-TURNED-ADVENTURERS JOHN SWILLIAM AND RUPERT SHINES IN THIS BRAND NEW WEB-BASED SERIAL. Jack and Rupert spend their first days at sea before the real work begins.

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.

The Potter's Curse

by Anonymous-Etonnant

"It's the Potter Curse Son." Harry told James his eyes serious, "We all fall for a red head. No matter how hard we resist it, no matter how desolate our chances, it's inevitable."