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Rabbiting with Jack

by Kurt Ulmer

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

The Mortal Hole

by Tom Lichtenberg

A collection of short fictions, including the complete Sexy Teenage Vampires trilogy, The Futile Epikles and other characters, and several previously unpublished stories.

How YouTube Saved the World from the AntiChrist

by William Hrdina

Everything was going so well for the Antichrist, until that damn kid and his YouTube.

A Christmas Carol for Modern Times

by Clare Tanner

Evergreedy Squeeze is a wealthy banker, out of touch with the age of austerity. At Christmas he receives visitations from three spirits, who attempt to show him the truth of his situation. Will he heed their...

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...

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?

Allan Rickman Will NOT Die

by Ray Daley

On a quest to assist a famous British actor into the afterlife but he won't go gently into that good night so what are the two Hollywood "Undertakers" to do? Read on and find out!

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...

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.

So you want to give up smoking?

by Stanley Wilson

A Light hearted journey of a smoker that chooses not to do so. This is not a self help but merely a lighthearted look on addiction.

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 Face in the Pane

by RoseMary McDaniel a.k.a. Amy Hayle

What better way to spend an October evening than taking a class to make a do-it-yourself Halloween painting in a spooky old mansion, my friend Lucy insisted. I agreed to go along and found it wasn't just a painting...

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...

Fixture

by Tom Lichtenberg

When a city commissioned a famous artist to create a masterpiece for their new refurbished downtown, they only forgot one thing: to tell him when to stop. Now his greatest work is threatening to take over everywhere....

RICK PERRY PRAYS FOR THE ASSASSINATION GAMES (STORY)

by Stefano Boscutti

When you look at American politics these days, what do you see?

Land of the extreme, home of the crazy? The Democrats are keeping their loonies under wraps. But the Republicans? Man, they're out of control....

The Interview

by Ivana Hruba

The first ever television interview with fiction author Ivana Hruba in which the word really is mentioned a lot and mysteries of her great literary works all but revealed.

Master of all Time

by Kurt Ulmer

An Australian public servant had the audacity to tell world leaders to disarm. While he was around, there would be no nuclear war. He held all the trump cards and so would his son. Penberthy was a happy man...

John.com

by Rodney Ohebsion

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

The Placebo Effect (sample)

by RoseMary McDaniel a.k.a. Amy Hayle

Against the backdrop of the Company's 100th Anniversary, office intrigue, manufacturing manipulation and herbal concoctions blend into the perfect remedy - Murder. After all, in the Corporate Jungle, it's Kill...

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,...