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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....

Besserwisser: A Novel (The Know-It-Alls)

by Steve Anderson

Munich, 1990: American expat slacker Gordy Ford poses as a top Hitler scholar, all to impress a girl. Stuck in his scam, Gordy soon thinks he's stumbled onto a shocking historical discovery that's made him the...

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...

BANANARAMA

by Alan Annand

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

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...

Crash Report

by Ray Daley

You'd better not shout, you'd better not cry. You'd better not pout, I'm telling you why. Something bad has happened to Jolly Old Saint Nick. Read what happened in this leaked document.

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.

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+.

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...

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...

Redtooth

by Brian Rathbone

In this humorous short story, a trip to the pawnshop sends Bob Hanks on an unexpected adventure.

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...

Or in a Nutshell, the Truth.

by Taylor Ball

A parody on conspiracy novels involving squirrels, telepathy, and evil pigeons. It is the story of two friends, Daniel and Jonah, placed in a situation where it is up to them to save their small city in Idaho....

John.com

by Rodney Ohebsion

Rodney Ohebsion's fun, humorous look at the internet.

Wild About Larry

by G.S. Ryan

Lots of people have ambitions, but let's just say some are more realistic than others. In the Third World a poor goatherd believes he can become a Hollywood star, while in California three disillusioned rich...

Superhero Quick-Change Blues

by William Hrdina

The early trials and tribulations of a failed superhero.

BALLS

by Tommy Dakar

When Paul Kavanagh decided to castrate himself with a pair of sheepshears, he had no idea that he was unwittingly setting the balls in motion, and that the consequences would be devastating. Through humour,...

Let's See How You Like It

by William Hrdina

Let's See How You Like It is a satire, but it introduces ideas that I personally find very interesting. What do we do with those who wear ignorant hatred as a badge of honor? Is Frank right or wrong? They're...

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...

Marionette

by Stephen W. Cote

Mitch Tacit is Hyperion Dazzle's best friend, and being best friends with the universe's most famous media star requires going to extreme lengths. With Hyperion's new album ready to be released, Mitch finds...