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First One There Dies

by Ray Daley

Can the first crew to land on Mars uphold a deadly ancient local tradition and still all survive?

In The Mist

by Ray Daley

On a battlefield in some alternate dimension a lowly trooper deals with his situation as best he can, what does the mist bring? CAUTION! CONTAINS SWEARING!

TV Times

by Ray Daley

As television gets more and more stations, you'll find there's less and less worth watching any more. Just pray that one day your TV doesn't start watching YOU!

Augmented Reality

by William Hrdina

Augmented Reality is a horror short story inspired by the process of editing my novel Conspiracy: The Movie, the Novel. It's a little darker than more normal stories, but it was fun to write and has a near-future...

Squatter With a Lexus

by Tom Lichtenberg

Pearson Holmes disappeared a long time ago, leaving behind a potentially valuable safety deposit box. Freddy the Freegan is the first to stumble across the mystery, but soon a whole cast of characters are out...

Faerie Prince of Temple Square

by Bruce T. Forbes

When you visit Salt Lake City's historical Temple Square at Christmastime and see millions of lights in the trees and bushes, have you ever asked yourself: Are they lights or are they – Faeries? If I find...

Winesburg, Ohio

by Sherwood Anderson

Winesburg, Ohio is a 1919 short story cycle by the American author Sherwood Anderson. The work is structured around the life of protagonist George Willard from the time he was a child to his growing independence...

Jarring, Scarring, and Cold

by Christopher Cruz

A short story about a chance encounter with the devil.

The Pick Up

by Paul Samael

Should you ever lay a hand on someone else's child? A short story about bringing up children, media hysteria and building sand castles. "I'm very happy to recommend it to anyone who appreciates a good story,...

Armageddon and Potato Chips

by William Hrdina

A dark comedy about the end of the world... and potato chips.

A Journey of Discovery

by Clare Tanner

When a new life bursts upon us, how can we decide what it really means, and how we feel about it? It can take time to realise what we really want out of life.

Incursion

by Ray Daley

Every Universe that can play out, has and currently is. Not everyone likes the Universe they were born in, even fewer dare to think they alone can change it for the better.

The Mortal Hole

by Tom Lichtenberg

A collection of short fictions, including the complete Sexy Teenage Vampires trilogy, The Futile Epikles and other characters, and several previously unpublished stories.

SPECIMEN

by Alan Annand

A wealthy businessman and butterfly collector visits his twin brother, warden of a tropical island penal colony, who is building his own unique collection.

Swilliam Shines - Chapter Three - Journey's Beginning

by Sean Hines

FOLLOW THE RECOUNTED TALES OF BANKERS-TURNED-ADVENTURERS JOHN SWILLIAM AND RUPERT SHINES IN THIS BRAND NEW WEB-BASED SERIAL. Rupert reveals the details of his prior meeting with Darwin and Swilliam Shines board...

Russian Roulette

by Jessica Urahara

Tragic things happen everyday, someday's are worse then other's and sometime's people break and choose to play the game of life and death, and with each bullet death comes closer and closer...

Decadence

by Rosario Volpi

Late at night or at dawn, when dreams are shattered, there is someone who opens his eyes and he restless moves his sweaty head in the pillow. It is as if a sword hurt him by treachery and blood gets coagulating...

Cigs, Bolan & Strange Men With Guns (sample)

by Gayle Ramage

1979, London. Darcy, a bored australian journalist, goes outside for a smoke and bears witness to something that will change her life forever. Featuring cigarettes, mentions of a 70s glam rocker and a very strange...

Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary

by Clare Tanner

A personal crisis might seem like the end of the world, but sometimes it is a catalyst for change and renewal.

The Angry Vagabonds

by Ray Daley

A fantasy tale set when animals still spoke, and how one such group lost that power.