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Pink Carbide (First Half)

by E.S. Wynn

In the dark underworld of Los Angeles, 2162, Cylea is targeted by unknown forces within the shadowy depths of global corporate government. Safety is scarce and running is the rule, but each brush with death...

The Guardian Chronicles: Fear of the Dark (Preview)

by Robby DeLuca

A preview of my new book, "The Guardian Chronicles: Fear of the Dark," that will coming most likely sometime in November. This book is a little better written than World of Dead: Homeland, so please enjoy my...

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,...

The Touched

by Andrew Gordinier

Two lonely psychics struggle with their abilities and their own tragedies.

Discipline

by W.E. Larson

There’s no joy in coming of age for Lexi. As a illegitimate third-born daughter, she knew the day only held exile from her clan-hold. Outside the walls of her home, there is only the unforgiving desert under...

The Angel has the Phonebox

by Patrick Mallard

Stories 2 and 3 of "The Doctor's Faith" series. Part 1: The Powers That Be need help with their LA operations. The Doctor agrees to help Angel and Co. investigate the show "Smile Time". Part 2: The Doctor challenges...

Phantom of the Mall

by Tom Lichtenberg

The settlers were dispatched to a distant world to prepare the way for the great migration. Everything went according to plan, a little too smoothly, perhaps. Now there's only one thing missing in New Town,...

Danse Macabre

by Sean Hines

Danse Macabre is a short story that combines a Lovecrafian style with a recent popular culture gothic horror stable.

How to Save a World From Dying

by Carl Plumer

Frightening Look At The Future That's Both Funny And Romantic! Plenty of Chills & Thrills for Both Horror AND Romance Fans! ☠ After a night out at their favorite Manhattan club, Mallory Alexandria is kidnapped...

The Magician of Monkton Pier

by Michael Graeme

Joshua is navigating his eco-boat, The Mattie Rat along a dark and stinking stretch of the old canal through Monkton - a city overwhelmed by gangs and gun toting militias. Joshua's seen it all before: urban...

View of Diluvipolis

by Mike Jansen

The city of Heilavn is a future city built on the dried up sea floor of the North Sea in a time that has witnessed the reappearance of the glaciers on the Northern continents. A mixture of European and Scandinavian...

Zombie Mafia of Tavros

by Tara Loughead

The best gunwoman in the Solar System comes looking for Ghaavn, to settle an old slight. The only man with a chance to beat her is another of Ghaavn’s enemies. The only problem is that he is also dead! A series...

Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #39

by Silver Age Books

Theaker’s Quarterly Fiction #39 has six more stories of Thornton Excelsior from the magnificent Rhys Hughes, mutant ultraviolence from Mike Sauve, science fiction from Douglas Thompson, and an interview with...

Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #40

by Silver Age Books

Featuring cover art by Howard Watts (and in the print edition, interior art by Ben Ludlam), plus “The Delusions and Tangents of Thornton Excelsior” by Rhys Hughes, “The Journey of Toil Ling; a Folkish...

One Plus One Makes Me

by Ray Daley

Is a prison with no bars still a prison? Or is the mind the worst prison of all? Worse than the sentance of being completely alone?

Edge Of Insanity

by Nish Laverz

'It is said that to reach the speed of light is to reach the edge of insanity. They say that anyone trying to break the speed of light will become insane trying. One man is out to prove them wrong and this is...

Honorable Enemies Rethought

by Poula Anderson

A Dominique Flyndry story. Captain Dominique Flyndry, super Agent of the Terran Empire has met her worst nightstallion. An opposing spy that is a telepath. The bird woman Aycharaya can read her mind and know...

Expressions of Freedom

by Gareth Lewis

So you're minding your own business, doing your job, making influential people uncomfortable under your journalistic gaze and what happens? Shadowy informants tell you the democratic system is compromised, the...

Jimmy First And The Time Conflict

by Ian O'Neill

This is a first chapter preview of Jimmy First And The Time Conflict. Four years have passed since Jimmy was taken into the future by the renegade Time Guardian, Spiron. Jimmy is now eighteen years old and is...

Nexus Point, chapters 1-3

by Jaleta Clegg

This is a sample of Nexus Point, includes chapters 1-3. To buy the book, please look for Nexus Point at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or Smashwords. Available in print and as an ebook. Dace's wants are simple: She...