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Incursio (Oolite Saga Part 3)

by Drew Wagar

When a deadly alien attack is launched across the galaxy, humankind finds itself under-prepared and overwhelmed. As star systems begin to fall, privateers take up the battle alongside the military forces and...

Unwritten Rules of Impossible Things

by Tom Lichtenberg

What if someone - or something - stole one of your days? Just one, and you didn't know why, or what they had done with your life in that time? Young Philip Galvez and his friend Marcus Holmes found out for themselves...

The Man Who Talked to Machines

by Michael Graeme

You have to talk to them, counsel them, mesmerise them into stillness before you set foot anywhere near them. And, though I may not be considered wholly sane, at least I have a reputation for the way I talk...

Renegade Robot

by Tom Lichtenberg

It's the end of the world as we know it, when the dreaded Singularity finally occurs and happens to be captured, live on tape, by agents of the Frantic News Network, which freaks out, as usual, and causes a...

Hardshellz

by Morris Kenyon

This time, Vic Vargo is hired to bid at auction for a valuable sea shell on behalf of an oligarch with more money than sense and then guard it on its way to a private museum. Easy money, Vargo thinks. What could...

The Ghosts of Earth

by Paul Dore

The Ghosts of Earth is the first book of the Truthfarer series, which describes the beginnings of a universe - the origins of space and time, and of consciousness itself. These cataclysmic events set in train...

Hermione's Song

by Patrick Mallard

The Doctor finds Melody Pond in a world he is unprepared for, the world of magic at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Spoilers for series 6 of Doctor who.

Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #23

by Silver Age Books

TQF#23 has science fiction from Wayne Summers and John Greenwood, fantasy from Richard K. Lyon & Andrew J. Offutt, horror from Anna M. Lowther and John Hall, and reviews galore. Altogether, there are 52,534...

Charlotte Tweed and the School for Orphaned Dragons

by Skye Blaine

CHARLOTTE TWEED & THE SCHOOL FOR ORPHANED DRAGONS (Book #1) tells the story of Charlotte Tweed, a 15 year old orphan who always longed to know who she truly was, where she came from, and who her true parents...

A Dwarf Stood At The Door

by Norman Crane

It was just a game, one of those quaint text adventures from the 1980s: quests, dwarves and silly fun... Until the dwarf showed up at your door. He's got a big axe.

The Legend of Zelda: Path of Ascension

by Allen Martin Bair

As an older Link and Zelda find themselves unable to return to the realm of Hyrule's gods, a new darkness seeks to destroy Zelda and all of Hylia's heirs. Link and Zelda's adult children must find a way to help...

The Grandfather Army

by Ray Daley

A loyal Drill Sergeant proudly trains the next batch of recruits to go off to war. Until things get personal.

Wolf Woman of Luna

by Tara Loughead

Ghaavn asks Hannah Kang out – to go werewolf hunting with Bulays on the Moon, just out from Zevon City. Can the relationship between a man’s man and a woman’s woman work, when one is a secret agent superhero,...

Stories From Social Media

by Ray Daley

Sometimes I write little things to amuse my friends, just to let them know that I AM still writing. And there's quite a lot of those little things out there, on social media. These are just a few of them. I...

Boneyard

by Ray Daley

The most important fight you'll ever undertake is that for survival, for your very existence. When you are called to fight on your own field of battle, how will you fare? Live or die? The choice is yours.

The End...

by BoredTech

One man will discover what it is truly like to be created in God's image. He will have the help of a mentor and teacher. He will denounce God. He will slaughter many...

Delicate Spring Flowers

by Stephen W. Cote

The winter of apocalypse has passed and love is in the air. A woman inexperienced in the ways of romance loses her fiancé and must set out to find another boyfriend. As her biological clock ticks down she hurries...

Time Management for Mercenaries

by Dai Alanye

Are you disillusioned with today's world, or is your future bleak? Do you hanker for the simpler times of the past? If that's the case, how do Travel, Adventure and Good Pay sound to you? Merely answer a couple...

Thrown Away (Sample)

by Glynn James

No one knows how the world died. They only know that it happened centuries ago. Among the remnants of mankind - the people that live and die scavenging in the ruins - it is thought that the strangers who live...

ThunderSnow

by Cindy Borgne

Marla goes snowmobiling during a strange snowstorm in April. She finds something unexpected in the woods.