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Abreast Of The Law

by Philip A. Bellefleur

Linda loved her mirror, but when she met Trooper Jane Trebek she knew she had been outgunned.

Roadside Memorial

by Brad C DMD

In “Roadside Memorial”, meet David Emmanuel, a man out to right a wrong in the most brutal of fashions. To read the whole story, along with “A Little Snack”, “Higher” and a preview of “Just Meat”,...

Goodbye & Hello

by Anthony J Huben

If you listen from the trees. If you love or care about me, then take me to Wonderland. You won't care to leave. Take me to Wonderland, where my dreams are real. Where the grass and trees are my home.

A shrewdness of Apes

by Garry Grierson

What would you do with rational thought in a world ruled by instinct? What do you do when you realise you are the first creature to become self-aware?

Chanson de Severus (Harry Potter for grown-ups)

by Squibstress

Severus watches. He reflects on how things went so far so fast. Not a true chanson de geste, since it follows none of the prescribed meters. But it is a romance of deeds, though some not as heroic as tradition...

The Angry Vagabonds

by Ray Daley

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

Head Elf

by Iain Baker

Everyone knows about Santa Claus, but how much do you know about his elves? Isn't it about time the unsung hero's of Christmas got there side told? Follow the climb of Franklin to become the North Poles Head...

One day in summer

by Garry Grierson

Aran is a time-traveller who keeps returning to the same place and time over and over again, dragging his best friend, Navaya, with him. Navaya is getting jaded by the constant trips to the same place, and she...

The Oracle

by Johnny Wheeler

A short story of undying love by Johnny Wheeler.

Why I Document (Two Free Short Stories)

by Hallett German

These two very special short stories are a thank you gift to the readers that supported the author's effort throughout the year. This includes: * Why I document -- A reader wants to know why a particular prolific...

One Good Dog (A Cat's Tale)

by Chelle Rhys

How Pat and Rocky Raccoon's Dog-Tormenting Club acquires a most unusual new member: Rex. Rex, who is ... a dog.

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...

Last Tales of Mercia 3: Elwyna the Exile

by Jayden Woods

In the late 1040's, the first group of Norman lords arrives in Engla-lond. King Edward believes they are allies. But as Lord Richard FitzScrob begins to construct the first Norman castle in Engla-lond, the conflict...

Tis The Season, Baby

by Jesse Iaquilino

Six 150-word stories of Christmastime and love. Disclaimer: I do not own Muse. The events within are entirely fictional.

Last Tales of Mercia 6: Hereward the Wake

by Jayden Woods

Young Hereward ("the Wake") finds out that a Norman castle is being built in Shropshire and rides with a group of rowdy boys to cause trouble. Set in the Dark Ages of Engla-lond, the "Last Tales of Mercia" are...

The Lost Memory

by John Krissilas

In the future... memories and thoughts are stored on devices strapped to our arms, freeing our minds from the need to remember. This seemed like the perfect kind of future for Jason, a father who prides himself...

One Enchanted Evening

by Mendel Singer

There are more things in Heaven and Hell...

The Two Angels

by Eamonn Gosney

It is said that until you meet an Angel, your life will be 'poorer' for it. So what happens when Two Angels meet?

Waking Up Different

by Ray Daley

In the course of medicine, there may come a time when we can safely freeze ourselves and wake in what will hopefully be a better, brighter future. The operative word there being "hopefully".

Black Denim Lit #4

by Black Denim Lit

Black Denim Lit is a monthly journal of fiction available on the web and on all eReaders. The May, 2014 issue edited by Christopher T Garry features seven new authors and their short stories. All the authors...