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Metalheart

by Stephen W. Cote

Seran is a Scout fighting alongside other robots in the war against humans. When she detects wreckage of a fallen battleship, an errant process compels her to fight through the human forces and rescue a survivor....

Death Ray Butterfly

by Tom Lichtenberg

Inspector Stanley Mole doesn't mind a hard case, but things have gotten out of hand. There's a killer who escapes to a parallel universe, a 20,000 year old murder, a witness to her own death, a toddler assassin,...

Keep Off The Grass

by Ray Daley

Some say the entire Universe can be altered by the flapping of a butterflys wings. It is the job of this traveller to find out where his Universe is broken, and fix it. Quickly, before his Grandmother finds...

Superhuman: The Complete Series

by Robby DeLuca

The complete Superhuman series in it's original format and with all new parts, including an aftermath written by each of the main characters of the series. Read what happened to Dante, Noel, and Cammy as they...

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...

Living History

by Ben Essex

(A story about clones, dinosaurs and the Concept of Benjamin Franklin). Jacob White works for the Salmon Corporation. It's an easy job, provided you do what you're told and don't ask too many questions. Jacob...

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...

Nine

by Drew Wagar

All seasoned space travellers know that there are only eight charts reachable by traditional Galactic Hyperspace jump drives. Does the ninth chart exist? Can it be reached? If so, what’s there? A story of...

Abnormality #1: Beepers

by Tom Lichtenberg

Dillon Sharif was the world's greatest big-data detective. It helped to be the handsome grandson of the billionaire founders of the AllDat Corporation - legal owners of all the world's information - but would...

World of Dead: Homeland

by Robby DeLuca w/ Alex Whitfield

The first book in the World of Dead series that takes you on the ride of Desmond Ryan's life. A master plan, a deadly weapon, the ARK, and a mysterious stranger threaten to topple Espartas chances survival,...

Two Worlds and Us

by Álló, Patrik & Váldi, Erzsébet

Copyright 2012, English Major, Faculty of Humanities, University of Pécs, Hungary, Stories from Álló, Patrik & Váldi, Erzsébet We've written ten stories to show you our creativity and that we can stand...

Strange Little Band

by Nancy Brauer and Vanessa Brooks

Addison and Shane, two self-centered psychics, work for the cut-throat Triptych Corporation. Their insular, comfortable lives are disrupted when, due to Triptych's machinations, they become unlikely parents....

Other Sides: 12 Webfiction Tales

by Ergofiction

The advent of digital publishing has seen the rise of a new breed of writers: independent, experimental and unfettered by convention. This brand new anthology features a small sampling of these very writers,...

Oblivion

by Stephen W. Cote

A long time ago, Diotitus was a Greek god. At least for about a month until his worshiper-base of eight converted. Now, Diotitus lives in an apartment in the afterlife of the generally unsaved. One neighbor...

The Backworlds

by M. Pax

First book in The Backworld series. In the far future, humanity settles the stars, bioengineering its descendents to survive in a harsh universe. After the war with the Foreworlders, Backworlders scatter across...

Shadow Parasite

by Stuart Knott

Two crude friends are whiling away their summer holidays from University in their local corner shop. Their days consist of mocking the customers they serve, and planning their extra-cirricular activities, with...

skinless: A Novel in III Parts

by L. M. Davis

Looking at Luca, who’s just saved my life, I can’t respond. No explanation I might offer will satisfy after all of the extraordinary things he’s just witnessed. —Ankh AnCaela Murphy's body is a ticking...

Dead Society Alumni - Part One

by Steven Bowman

Governments do not exist. There is no such thing as a military anymore, although we are all soldiers. You are not being protected if you are not protecting yourself. There is no such thing as a normal life anymore....

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.

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...