October 25, 2017 0

Ducks by Richie Billing   Inea, a child of the river people, wanders too far from home while classing a group of ducklings and finds that there are true evils in the world.   Contact […]

The Maddening Science, 2 of 2

October 23, 2017 0

The Maddening Science by J.M. Frey     A former supervillain is forced to return to a life of crime. When a woman is shot in front of his eyes, he is equally unwilling to […]

Flip the Switch

October 13, 2017 0

Flip the Switch by Edward Van Winkle     The epic(ish) story of how two brave souls fight for the right to play video games as two errant A.I. attempt to harsh their mellow! Or. […]

Habbardashed, part 2 of 3

September 22, 2017 0

Habberdashed, part 2 of 3 by Robert Beers   San Francisco’s fashion mavens are dying in odd and gruesome ways. It is up to Tony Mandolin to find out who is doing the killings, and […]

Above the End of the World

September 1, 2017 0

Above the End of the World By Jonathon Burgess Website We clung to Goraru’s back for fear of the horrors below. The weather proved dangerous, up so high. Rain made our footing treacherous. The air […]

Garg The Good

August 25, 2017 0

Garg the Good by Dominic Bowers-Mason   I am Garg. I am strong. I am strong because I am Ogre. No-one in the forest is stronger than me. When I was young, the old Ogres […]

In The Dark

August 18, 2017 0

In the Dark by Kate England Website  –  Twitter     Darkness. The Void. All That is Not.   When you’re a being of ultimate darkness, whose very existence is the antithesis of life and […]


August 14, 2017 0

Domestication by Avouleance Subreddit Hi, I’m Artemizae and honestly, I can be a real bitch sometimes. Which is a warning to me as much as you. Lycanthropy may be an explanation but it’s hardly any […]


August 4, 2017 0

Scars by Esther Davis Website  –  GoodReads  –  Facebook  –  Twitter  –  Amazon (affiliate link)   Every scar tells a story. Dark webbing still marks my shoulder from the day that bullets separated my squad from […]

From Eden to Nod

July 28, 2017 0

From Eden to Nod by J.A. Beaumont Website  –  Twitter   Eden far behind him, Cain plodded along the dusty ground. Few plants could grow here, Cain thought. The soil is far too greedy and […]

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