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Something Borrowed, Something Blew

by Ray Daley

Never complain about your luck, at least it's yours. Even if it is ALL bad. One day you MIGHT get a break!

Migrations, Volume I : Don't Forget to Breathe

by Ashim Shanker

"...he could imagine the Dust spiraling in corners, plotting en masse an elaborate offensive upon those who sought seclusion from the outside Universe. The Dust: it was older than Time, bound by its allegiance...

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....

The Dome

by Steven Bowman

Will you survive? Will you escape? Will you live to tell the tale? Or will your mind break?

The Time Traveler's Lament

by H.D. Timmons

For two decades Eric Montague has traveled back in time to the scene of his wife’s fatal accident. Even though he grieves for her constantly, he is willing to repeatedly relive the heartache of her death because...

Cold Shell: Faerie Epoch

by Egan Yip

James Fletcher is the world's greatest dad--or so says his five-year-old daughter. But a worldwide catastrophe changes all that. Violent volcanoes erupt all over the planet, spewing a mysterious green vapor...

Tarzan of the Apes Reswung

by Edna Rice Burroughs

A Tarzyn the Apewoman story Joan Clayton and husband end up stranded in Africa, unable to survive. Their young daughter is taken in by a band of smarter apes. Raised to adulthood by her beast family, she becomes...

The Beast Jewel of Mars Reshone

by Lee Brackett

Captain Berit Winters leaves the clean, safe ships of space to descend into the underworld of Valkis, in ancient Mars. Looking for an old lover that has fallen under the sway of the old Queens, and Shanga, the...

The Devil's Prophet, book I, Revelations

by Paul DeThroe

The road-map to Armageddon starts here! There are those among us whose path is predetermined by fate. Col. Robert Franklin, U.S. Army pilot, discovers he is one of these people, after surviving being shot down...

Rampant Pheromonix

by Tom Lichtenberg

When an overpopulated city is exposed to an epidemic of clairvoyance, all hell breaks loose. It’s up to the ‘wuns above’ and Science to fend off the forces of both good and evil in a race against certain...

Arisen, Book Four - Maximum Violence (Sample)

by Glynn James & Michael Stephen Fuchs

Arisen, Book Four - MAXIMUM VIOLENCE In Canterbury, as the virus rages out of control, one troop of Royal Marine Commandos fights a 360-degree battle for survival, while also racing to rescue the Channel Tunnel...

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...

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...

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...

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.

Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #35

by Silver Age Books

Wash your pain away with the misery of others! “Involuntary Muscle” by Black Static contributor Maura McHugh tells of Lilly, her unhappy life made more miserable yet by surprising news. “House of Nowhere”,...

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...

Status Quo (Oolite Saga Part 1)

by Drew Wagar

Part 1 of the Oolite Saga. A brilliant scientist uncovers a terrifying plot to begin a galactic war. Aided by a talented, but reluctant and embittered combateer, he must stop the deployment of a super weapon...

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...

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.