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Arisen, Book Six - The Horizon (Sample)

by Glynn James & Michael Stephen Fuchs

In ARISEN, Book Six - The Horizon: THE OPERATORS FACE THEIR DEMONS Mission complete, Alpha team enjoys their first chance to breathe and tend to their humanity. But the darkness leaves them alone with their...

Missy Tonight

by Tom Lichtenberg

These days it seems like everyone is cashing in on the New Atheism craze, except for lifelong unbeliever Alan Musted. What’s a portable toilet dispatcher to do? Crash the party, that’s what! Join Alan and...

Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #38

by Silver Age Books

Stories in this issue: “The Lives and Spacetimes of Thornton Excelsior” by Rhys Hughes (actually eight stories in one!); “The Daylight Witch” by Jim Steel; “Off and On Again” by Alison Littlewood;...

Fatal Boarding

by E.R. Mason

“I have never believed in going strictly by the book. My six-foot-two frame has an assortment of scars and marks that readily attest to that. It’s the main reason I’ve never been offered a higher position...

The Ohso Project: The Recruit

by Jeff Thomason

Drew had never been to the principal’s office before. He had always been a good kid—at least he considered himself such—and he tried to stay out of trouble. But here he was sitting on a bench in the office...

Dawn Debris

by Tom Lichtenberg

When his new idea is stolen, Morris Bevelhead turns to the best finder of lost things in the business - Dawn Debris, Private Eye. After a hearty breakfast, Dawn finds herself trapped in a sinister conspiracy...

Missing Pieces

by Ray Daley

When an ex-serviceman seeks answers about his military past, how far will people go to make sure he finds out exactly what he wants to know? And how much harder will they work to make sure he doesn't?

Krillaz

by Morris Kenyon

You'd need a good reason to visit Hancox 1 – a tide-locked world infested by biological terror weapons – Krillaz – a nightmare genetically modified cross between rats and hi-mans. Even hunters avoid the...

World Weary Avengers

by Tom Lichtenberg

The good folks at World Weary Avengers Incorporated had a simple idea - changing the world for the better merely by talking loudly in public. Seemed simple enough, but even with the help of the most sophisticated...

Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #37

by Silver Age Books

Eight stories and one article feature in this issue of Theaker’s Quarterly Fiction: Apoidroids by Douglas Thompson, Make It Sacred by Mike Sweeney, The Last Testament by Rafe McGregor, Curios by Ben Kendall-Carpenter,...

Blade Runner Time Line

by Ray Daley

A time line showing the life of Doctor Eldon Tyrell and the formation of Tyrell Corps, along with the development of the various Nexus models. Prior to writing no details existed about Tyrells life or how Replicants...

The Ground Beneath My Feet

by Ray Daley

When Earth finally can't supoport us all mankind has to come up with an alternate plan to ensure the survival of the species. The ships that carry the seed of humanity out into space won't always find perfect...

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!

Julhi Refed

by Cathan L. Moore

A Norawest Smith story. Norawest Smith is taken by the haunters of Vongg, strange alien vampires that cross the boundaries between worlds and dimensions in this weird and ancient city. They have other victims,...

The David Effect

by Mike Jansen

Set in a dystopian future The David Effect takes us to Holland-under-the-sea where advanced technology and bio-engineering do battle with vested powers to decide who will own controlling interests in humanity's...

The Short Trip

by Ray Daley

What lengths will a Doctor Who fan go to in order to retrieve missing episodes?

The Old Man of the Sea of Dreams

by Ian Sales

A flash-fiction piece written to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11 landing on the Moon, and originally published in A Space About Books About Space.

Key to the Stars (The Fourth Dimension, Volume I)

by Kevin Domenic

For nearly a decade, the race of sorcerers known as the Kyrosen lived in seclusion beneath the sands of the Mayahol Desert. After the death of his father during the Vermillion War, Sartan Truce rose to power...

Strandline

by Nancy Brauer

Strandline is a web serial and possibly a novel about the new teleporting subspecies Homo sapiens nictans. Why am I not sure if it’s a novel? Because I’m writing this sucker by the seat of my pants and looking...

The Third

by Abel Keogh

When Ransom Lawe, a recycler in the Pacific Northwest, finds out his wife is pregnant with their third—and therefore illegal—child, he’s forced to choose between the government who proclaims a desire to...