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Animal Rights Poetry: 25 Inspirational Animal Poems Vol 2

by Jenny Moxham

Longtime vegan and animal rights campaigner, Jenny Moxham proudly presents Volume 2 of insightful Animal Rights Poetry. These 25 poems were written to inspire kindness and compassion for animals and to raise...

Making Movies

by David Halliday

The magic of film is recreated, taken apart, examined and lovingly satirized in an unusual work of fiction. David Halliday imagines a BBC documentary about 'the well known Canadian film maker Samuel Bremmer'....

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...

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.

Meeting Abacus

by Jenue Brosinski

"Meeting Abacus" is the second chapter in "Land of Balloons". Little Yara tries to adjust to her new living situation but her Stepdad, Flint, doesn't make it easy. She finds solace with an unusual friend.

LETTER TO BERKSHIRE SHAREHOLDERS (FIRST DRAFT)

by Stefano Boscutti

Let them eat credit default swaps.

Warren Buffett's partner is in a crotchety mood. He's fed up with ordinary people thinking they can get rich off the sweat of others. Who do they think they are? Hedge fund...

"KAFKA'S HAIRBRUSH" (STORY)

by Stefano Boscutti

Someone's having a bad hair day.

Anxious writer Franz K. waits for the pharmacy in Prague's old square to open so he can purchase a bottle of his favorite hair tonic. Why are they late? What is wrong with the...

Migrations, Volume II: Only the Deplorable

by Ashim Shanker

"Was it possible to feel nostalgic about something that had never happened to him, possible for nostalgia to be taken in by the body as a free pathogen to infect the consciousness with stray sentiments? Perhaps,...

The Teen Rebels, Episode 2

by Jacquel Chrissy May

Episode 2: "Even Worse" Josie Tremlett-Kahn and her uncle, Rajasthan Kalbrunner, get into a heated argument regarding Rajasthan's treatment of Josie's cousin, Trixie, while she, Seth, and Moira continue their...

Black Denim Lit #3

by BlackDenimLit

RELEASE DATE: April 10, 2014: Black Denim Lit is a monthly journal of fiction available on the web and on all eReaders for free through BlackDenimLit.com. This month Christopher T. Garry brings together sixty...

Adventures of Tain Bb, Hello? And Dumb

by Andrey Nuzhdin

In this book we meet Certain Rabbit(Tain Bb),and set of with him for a wonderful adventure in search of a magical feather which has gone missing. A light,lovely story about kindness,believing in each other and...

Letter from Freedom

by Roberta Grimes

Jack Richardson carries himself as though he owns the world. In reality, he is laying claim to an increasing portion of it. A thirty-six-year-old multibillionaire, he has purchased a tiny island, Atlantica,...

The Tranquillity Project

by Clare Tanner

The price of peace is high in the post-war British zone of 2042. The female government, led by Verity Wood, blames male aggression for the devastating “Final War”, which has resulted in a shrunken world...


Wish World

by Tom Lichtenberg

We all have dreams. We pray, we hope, we buy lottery tickets and wish on falling stars. We know this isn't the most practical way to get things done, but our hearts tell us a different story. We want to believe....

The Story of the Wayward Dragon

by Chong Shipei

Dragon was able to break free of the cave of darkness after many years of being trapped in that place. In his new found freedom, he challenged all mortals to a duel, in which the fate of the world of Gideon...

Down in the Sewer

by John Ellis

Pat leads a life of quiet obscurity as an attendant at a notorious public toilet where the majority of the clientele are involved in either drug deals or cottaging. The only light in his otherwise solitary existence...

Journey (If Where You're Going Isn't Home)

by Max Zimmer

Journey is the first book of the groundbreaking coming-of-age trilogy If Where You're Going Isn't Home, the story of a boy growing up Mormon in America with a dream to play jazz trumpet. It is the recipient...

Permanent Record

by Andrew O. Dugas

Memory fades but guilt endures. A middle-aged man is accused of a horrible crime. He may be innocent, but a past guilt is stirred up. Can retribution be far behind? "Andrew O. Dugas' Permanent Record will haunt...

The Tragedy of Macbeth, Part II: The Seed of Banquo

by Noah Lukeman

Ambition, intrigue, betrayal, murder. In 1610 The Tragedy of Macbeth was first performed . . . now 400 years later, the sequel. Ten years dead, Macbeth may lie in an uneasy grave, but the three witches who led...