The Violinist

May 19, 2017 0

The Violinist By Amir Lane www.AmirLane.com  –  @amirlaneauthor Like the story? Buy their book! http://amzn.to/2ruuahR (Affiliate Links help support this project) *** The first time I see him is on a Wednesday evening after work. It’s […]

Hole Lotta Shakin’ – Ch. 1

May 15, 2017 0

Like the story? Buy one of the books! There are seven finished novels in the series, an 8th in the works and several short stories offered for free on Kindle Unlimited. You get them here: http://amzn.to/2pzK0dB (Affiliate […]

The Reunion

May 12, 2017 0

The Reunion By MD Neu Not bothering to pull into a parking space, Teddy turned off the ignition of his classic Mustang, killing the roar of the engine. The road before him was empty, just […]

The Beyond Within

May 4, 2017 0

The Beyond Within By JR Creaden https://jrcreaden.wordpress.com/   “The Elders expect us by nightfall for lessons,” Rixx says. “Where’s your gear? I’ll fetch it.” I push myself out from the roamer’s wide undercarriage across the […]

Cayneian, a Man from Blood

April 27, 2017 0

Cayneian, a Man from Blood by Aaron Dennis There was a time when man was powerful, and hungering for more power, he set his wizard’s gaze to search for the unknown. A forgotten king learned […]

Transition

April 20, 2017 0

Transition by Melion Traverse The waves lick salt tongues across your legs as you stand at the mouth of the sea. The air breathes mist across your face and dampens your hair into limp tendrils […]

Of Monsters and Mushrooms

April 13, 2017 0

Of Monsters and Mushrooms Chapter 1 By Lesley Herron ( 🎙️ – Ch. 2 – Ch. 3 – Ch. 4 ) Attila pried open his one good eye with a groan. Immediately he regretted this decision […]

Rebecca Lance

April 6, 2017 0

Rebecca Lance by R. Patricia Wayne Are you awake? Rebecca stood up. Unsure of where she was and what was happening, she peered around the small rectangular room. Walls, floor, ceiling, entirely white. A small […]

The Final Burial

March 30, 2017 0

The Final Burial Written by Daniel K. Lind Narrated by Christopher Herron The smell of iron lingered in the air. A wounded man lay by the wayside, blood-soaked clothes torn into shreds. I watched him […]

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