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The Amber Room

by Ian Sales

Tina lives in a museum, but this museum contains all the lost art treasures of the world. They were found by her boyfriend Chris, who has an amazing ability: he can visit alternate universes. That’s where...

Snapdragon Alley

by Tom Lichtenberg

Book One of the Dragon City Series: Ten year old friends Alex and Sapphire discover something strange on the city bus map, a street that existed for only one year. As they set out to solve the mystery, they...

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...

Peril At The Pop-up Library

by Ray Daley

What happens in a library when a pop-up book does more than just pop up? Find out inside!

Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #27

by Silver Age Books

TQF27 presents a marvellous novel in full: Operation 1848 by Mike Schultheiss! Plus two short stories: "Orchid Strangelove and the Kiss of the Taipan" by Sam Leng and "Lost Futures" by Cyril Simsa. The issue...

Secret Sidewalk

by Tom Lichtenberg

Beauregaard Sweet became invisible, but his troubles began when he suddenly reappeared. Now everybody wants something from him. Manny the mechanic wants his wife. Sharad LeMaster wants his secret. Emma Biggs...

Life For A Life

by K. Thorpe

Felix thought he had the perfect answer to his problem. His unsatisfactory wife was dead, he had a wonderful mistress and now his new housekeeper satisfied all his other needs. But he soon finds out that all...

Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #36

by Silver Age Books

144 pages of fiction and reviews, all available for free download! Our fiction this time: The Photographer’s Tale by Daniel Mills, A Fable of Worcester by Victor D. Infante, Angeline of the Woods by Dylan...

Warlord of Mars Embattled

by Edna Rice Burroughs

A Joan Carter of Mars story. Joan Carter of Mars has secrets to uncover in the Temple of the Sun – holding a revolving prison that can only be entered once a year - if she is to have any hope of rescuing three...

The Gallifrey Five

by Ray Daley

An ancient craft, long forgotten, adrift alone, sending out a distress call. Simply trying to get back home. Imagine it's surprise when it discovers someone from its homeworld. (Doctor Who fanfic, written under...

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...

Not Without My Cat (When fish is not enough)

by A M Russell

Sam is a detective. And what do detectives do? Well, detect acts of crime, survey the misdoings of the mistakenly lovelorn, eat sandwiches, and look for lost cats. Since going into the private sector Sam is...

Altered Earth: A Sci Fi Compendium

by Various Authors

A compendium is a concise representation of a larger work. With that in mind, we are happy to present smaller portions of each author's larger work, for your reading pleasure. In this volume, you'll receive...

Danse Macabre

by Sean Hines

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

Intervention

by Eileen Young and Mason Kochanski

Evelyn Green could kick your ass and make you like it - literally. She's a high-level psychic in the security division of one of the corporations that runs the world. Mikhail Czerwinski is her new partner, an...

A Moth on the Moon

by Michael Graeme

Most people - except the conspiracy theorists - know the United States landed a man on the moon in 1969. What's less well known however, is that the British beat them to it, in 1947.

Splintering

by Auth Rebeka & Cser László & Csüdör Eszter & Renczes Márta

The book is about a girl, who struggles with dissociative identity disorder and she is cured in a psychiatry.This is a diary-series that she and the personalities in her mind have left behind.

The Saturn Mistress

by Tara Loughead

A nasty shock for the Death Queen of Neptune and her sisters combines with Bulays and Ghaavn finding out what really was going on within the Slave Ship of Space. A series planetary romance. Bulays and Ghaavn...

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...

Distorted Minds

by Ivett Matáncsi & Patrik Horváth

Our book serves a complex purpose – initiates the reader into the world of trust and intimacy, focusing on that life is more delicate if we learn to live without masks. The first part is a kind of theoretical...