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The Divine Comedy MMIX

by Walt Sautter

Yes! JC is back! "What would Jesus do?" That is the question that is to be answered. This time things are different. Hiring the help isn't as easy as it used to be. It's not that simple to get good apostles...

Confessions of an Eccentric Old Man

by Sholder Greye

A dying alchemist's memoir. Having lived for centuries, pursuing the truth of all things through half-baked whimsical notions, conceding nothing, progressing not a whit toward his goal, he walks proudly into...

Michael Pollick's Beans For Books

by Michael Pollick

"Michael Pollick's Beans For Books" is a collection of humor essays, memoirs and poetry specially selected by author and poet Michael Pollick. Individual essays and poems have appeared in such literary journals...

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...

Dead Society Alumni - Part One

by Steven Bowman

Governments do not exist. There is no such thing as a military anymore, although we are all soldiers. You are not being protected if you are not protecting yourself. There is no such thing as a normal life anymore....

BOSCUTTI'S DON SIMPSON (NOVEL)

by Stefano Boscutti

Nothing succeeds like excess.

Outrageous Hollywood super producer Don Simpson wants to do something good with his life. But all the hookers and drug dealers and movie stars just keep getting in the way. Simpson...

Great White Hope

by M. K. Ultra

This is an excerpt of a longer work. “Written in the language of the street.” -- Maury Allen, Gannett Newspapers “Hard-hitting and irreverent, packed with violence and dark humor.” -- More Sugar Magazine...

Wells and Wilde: A Fiction

by Tom Triumph

Oscar Wilde and H.G. Wells, young writers on the verge of fame, accept an invitation to dinner from a scientist with a time machine. On a lark the two climb in and find themselves in modern day, to humorous...

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...

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.

The King's Collection

by Michael Faun

A stripper with the body of a goddess but the face of a Gremlin, meets a strange man who offers her the vacation of a lifetime…

Pilgrim's Progress: Pryde Park

by Bruce T. Forbes

I have long wondered if Vanity Fair had a Theme Park. Did it? If it did, we all know it would be centered around the one thing: Pride. After searching and searching, a Pilgrim from the Strait and Narrow Path...

Keep Off The Grass

by Ray Daley

Some say the entire Universe can be altered by the flapping of a butterflys wings. It is the job of this traveller to find out where his Universe is broken, and fix it. Quickly, before his Grandmother finds...

The Door

by Tommy Snorkleson

While on vacation in Kazakhstan and visiting ancient ruins, Kevin discovers a mysterious cave and an even more mysterious door. As he enters, he finds a place he has never dreamed of. Follow Kevin on this amazing...

The Roman and the Runaway

by A. J. Braithwaite

Having a good family friend as your headmaster might sound ideal, but Luke Brownlow soon finds that it just makes his life even more complicated...

Rainbow Country

by Tom Lichtenberg

A stage play. When Thalia Jennings inherits a mountain resort from the father she never know, she discovers it to be much less - and infinitely more - than she ever imagined.

Santa Gets Outsourced: A Short Story

by Gayle Tiller

Santa Gets Outsourced: A Short Story" is a short humorous tale of about 6,000 words. It's the week before Christmas in the North Pole. Santa and the elves receive notice that operations are being outsourced...

BANANARAMA

by Alan Annand

Reformed meat-eater embarks on a 15-day bananas-and-orange-juice diet, with surprising side effects.

Rabbiting with Jack

by Kurt Ulmer

Be careful when you want to net rabbits in Australia. Sometimes you catch more than you bargain for.

Charmed Life (sample)

by Susan Wells Bennett

Aging actress Sondra Lane hasn't had a good break since the disco era. Now past sixty, all she has to show for her years in Hollywood are a B-movie credit and a vintage red convertible. With no love and no audience,...