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Swilliam Shines - Chapter One - A Night at the Albert Hall

by Sean Hines

FOLLOW THE RECOUNTED TALES OF BANKERS-TURNED-ADVENTURERS JOHN SWILLIAM AND RUPERT SHINES IN THIS BRAND NEW WEB-BASED SERIAL. Meet the pair as they chase down a thieving youth and make an interesting new acquaintance.

Kiss of the Sun Queen

by Stephen W. Cote

In this very short story, Biju Rao is a Hindi priest who once led hundreds of followers in worship of Saranya. Now his followers have lost faith in both his teachings and Saranya. As one of his few remaining...

Than and Now

by TheYuri

Too tired to remember, too painful to forget? Do you really want to let go? Only Dr. Than removes unwanted memories. If you could erase a painful memory, would you? Meet Michael and his nightmare. He would give...

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...

There's One on Every Corner

by Todd Alan Benevides

The birth of evil is never an ordinary thing.

Anything But Lonely - stories about the end of the world

by Ryan Sheffield

From charitable vandals to lovelorn superheroes to mad bombers, the disconsolate characters of the six stories in Anything But Lonely each face their own figurative- and sometimes literal -end of the world.

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".

The (Recovered) StoryHouse Essays

by Michael Pollick

These microshort humor essays were originally commissioned to appear on the labels of gourmet roasted coffee bean cans. Instead, they remained tucked away for 10 years in the author's desk drawer. His instructions...

Sleep

by Andrew Gordinier

An insomniac braves the edge of madness when he becomes obsessed with a painting.

We Could Hear the Howls of the ADHD Boys: A Fiction

by Tom Triumph

A group of survivors in post-apocalyptic New England go from town to town scavenging for pharmaceuticals in order to stay alive. One man in the tribe searches for seizure meds for his son, while a gang of ADHD...

The Plumber's Apprentice

by Roderick Gladwish

A humorous fantasy story for children and sequel to 'Maid for a Dragon'. A plumber, a princess and a mermaid. Someone is going to learn something.

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....

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”,...

Dentures

by Brad C DMD

Second short story in my Pandora's Children Book 1: In the Chair collection. This is a preview of the story. To read the entire thing, as well as the first short story, "The Devil's toothache", search for Pandora's...

A Matter of Faith, A Matter of Balance

by Brad C DMD

In “A Matter of Faith, A Matter of Balance”, meet Jebediah Jacobs, a religious leader in the Utah desert accused of horrible crimes. To read the whole story, along with “Just Meat”, “The Madame Penitent”...

Delightment of decomposer

by death20015

When greth wants out of his tomb and take a midnight stroll his rotting friends always forbade him, but tonight he decides to go and explore a forgotten world.he soon finds out its not so forgotten after all.in...

The Artist: Number 57

by Seth Daniels

The Artist is a serial killer that kills for the creation of art. He finds death beautiful and takes it very seriously. He insists on killing in unique ways. His latest work of art is Vicky, a young nurse. She...

Falling into the Fire

by Crystal Rodriguez

While living the somewhat perfect life she's built for herself, she still felt alone and restless. She's slowly deteriorating and the thoughts that hold her captive in her own mind are there to watch her fall....

The Boy Who Spoke Mosquito

by Norman Crane

Duey Pepper doesn't talk much. He doesn't have parents. His only friend is Oliver. Oliver died. They should have left Duey alone after that.

Stuck in a Hotel Room Closet on a Friday Night

by William Hrdina

Stuck in a Closet on a Friday Night was first written in 2001. I recently found the handwritten story in a pile of old papers. It is the second story in what I planned to be a trilogy of “This is so Stupid”...