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The Bomb

by Ray Daley

When a bomb is deprived of its creator, how will it react? Perhaps by doing the one thing it was made to do? Or can it be stopped?

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...

Loose Movement Part 1

by Steve Wheeler

Loose Movement Part 1 by Steve Wheeler is a collection of short pieces of travel writing, film and music reviews and short stories. A time capsule of sorts, LooseMovement Part 1 is a record of Steve Wheeler's...

Invasion Vacation

by Iain Baker

We have all seen stories of Alien Invasion, but what if we got it wrong? This is the story of an Interstellar Family Vacation to planet Earth (or as they call it Yrt) that goes horribly wrong. The Valaxian tourists...

Don't Eat That

by Rodney Ohebsion

Rodney Ohebsion on dieting

Reflections

by Stephen W. Cote

When Chance Holly's spreadsheet doesn't add-up, the universe crashes. Then, it's up to the alien AI, Max, and a pair of researchers and their illegal magnetic-vortex setup to save the day. Featuring robot kittens....

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...

Augmented Reality: The Atlantic Salmon GT

by Stephen W. Cote

Derry Brown looks through an otherworldly lens. In Derry's warped sense of reality, a mundane architectural review takes place in a bleak future ruled by high-tech racing. With the executive assistant protesting...

Race Night

by Emma Laybourn

Horace, the dog who can drive, decides to build his own car. What could possibly go wrong? This sequel to PETROL PAWS can also be read as a stand-alone book: fast-moving fun for age 7+.

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...

THE RUMORS SWIRLING ABOUT JAMES PATTERSON

by Stefano Boscutti

Do you remember your first day on the job?

Engaging writer's first day on the job at James Patterson, Inc. He wants to make a good impression but it's not going to be as easy as he thought. If only he didn't...

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...

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...

What? Watt? Where? Ware?

by Thom Goddard

Comedy script written for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2001.

The Guardian Chronicles: Fear of the Dark

by Robby DeLuca

As Robby DeLuca's second novel, this topples all boundaries that World of Dead set. Join the Guardians, a group of young people who's sole purpose is to protect Heaven and the humans. But soon, a dire threat...

Fissure Monroe

by Tom Lichtenberg

Dawn Debris is hired to find a possibly-radiation-poisoned leg bone of a high society fashionette who only wants to fit in with the new craze of skeletal transplants that’s sweeping the nation. A store detective,...

Anything But Lonely - stories about the end of the world

by Ryan Sheffield

From charitable vandals to lovelorn superheroes to mad bombers, the disconsolate characters of the six stories in Anything But Lonely each face their own figurative- and sometimes literal -end of the world.

Secrets of a Spiritual Guru: Real Estate, Yoga & Lies

by Tamara Lee Dorris

Secrets of a Spiritual Guru Meet Melissa Murphy: wine-drinking real estate agent who finds herself "accidentally" assuming the role of a spiritual blogger when her boyfriend leaves her for his yoga teacher....

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...

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...