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Sparrowfall

A Medical Science Fiction Novel

A red sourform gas truck had broken down in the slow lane of the Seven Hills interchange, turning the whole roadway slow. The driver proved to be as doddery as his rig. ‘Mornin’, Mac! What can I do you for?’ He could show me his ID, I said. He chuckled and advised me that the […]

By Nick Green Posted in Fiction on January 17, 2021 10 min read Continue reading
Terra Nova (Book One)

A Romantic Paranormal Fiction

Chapter 2 Bambi Bambi was six years old when she arrived in Kitchener, but there’s no birth certificate or family history. There was a constant feeling of confusion in her at that time and the details of her days kept disappearing, just as the daylight had disappeared from her life. Even the details of her […]

By MtG Posted in Fiction on January 15, 2021 10 min read Continue reading
A Hope, A Trust, A Love (Olivia Franklin Series)

An African American Christian Fiction

I grabbed the back of the seat in front of me, palms moist from nervous sweat. Did they just say what I thought they said?  Were my ears playing tricks on me?  I struggled to take deep breaths, slow and easy.  It’s a good thing I was sitting down because I might have passed out.  […]

By Sharon Smalls Floyd Posted in Fiction on January 13, 2021 10 min read Continue reading
The Czarina's Buccaneer

A Historical Adventure

Prologue Cape Coast, 1787 The royal prison was dark and reeked of piss and sewer water. Pirate captives dressed in bloody rags were being dragged into their cells by His Majesty’s soldiers, fresh from a battle that had ended on the beach in the king’s favor. The pirates would protest until what was left of […]

By Michael Regal Posted in Fiction on January 12, 2021 25 min read Continue reading
Scot's Honor: A Sam McKay Novel

A Crime Thriller Novel

Chapter One “EVERYONE SHUT UP AND GET DOWN! DOWN ON THE GROUND NOW!” It was Tuesday, March 12th, 2018, and the entire building of En Passant Bank was filled with the sounds of screaming. No one could have suspected when they woke up and headed to the bank in the heart of Cleveland, Ohio, that […]

By K.M. Hardy Posted in Fiction on January 8, 2021 14 min read Continue reading
Infinit. The last bridge of Sam.

An Adventure Fantasy

CHAPTER FIVE LIARA AND JOHN. INFINIT ZOAK The Leader of Infinit Zoak and the “Golden Rose” faction – Liara was forty-eight years old, her eyes were green and she had a pale complexion. She wore an orange coat and an emerald necklace that shined brightly. Her waist-length, brown hair was in a single braid tied […]

By Mariia Nova Posted in Fiction on January 6, 2021 4 min read Continue reading
The Academy Saga Book 1

A Young Adult Suspense Romance

Prologue FIRST ORDERS We are all the walking wounded. Some scars are just more visible than others. Mine are the inside kind: unhealed, pink, festering. Outwardly, I’m still a perfect specimen. That’s why I was chosen for Missions. “Cadet Davenport . . . it’s time.” The voice came from the generically pretty assistant, standing in […]

By CJ Daly Posted in Fiction on January 3, 2021 20 min read Continue reading
By The Icehawk's Feather

A Near Future Science Fiction with Magical Realism

Chapter 24 “I know, I know.” Spencer replied, nodding in agreement. “It’s just I need to show you something. And I hope you won’t be upset. Actually, I hope you’ll find it as interesting as I did then, and it’s cropped up again now.” “What are you talking about, pal?” Brent asked, curious, as Spencer […]

By Gisela Gibbon Posted in Fiction on December 18, 2020 8 min read Continue reading
Indigo Lost

A Mystery Adventure Novel

ARTICLE Edward Lindstrom was comfortably seated at the desk in the corner of his room, laptop in front of him. He had been trying for several years now – unsuccessfully – to begin work on his first novel. If he was honest he had spent more time daydreaming about the bestseller he was convinced that […]

By Aleksandar Gutovic Posted in Fiction on December 15, 2020 29 min read Continue reading
The Ingenious, and the Colour of Life (The Ingenious Trilogy Book 1)

A Young Adult/New Adult Science Fiction

PROLOGUE Innocence is a beautiful thing. But 13-year-old Jemima Jenkins should have learnt by now to be more suspicious of strangers. She had never really grown out of that youthful virtue of trusting everyone without question – yet there was an unspoken charm to her idyllic little world and her complete obliviousness to anything that […]

By J.Y. Sam Posted in Fiction on December 11, 2020 6 min read Continue reading
Bone Flake: A Poetic Maniac

A Young Adult Superhero Thriller

Introduction From ultimate zero to hero, a former uppity negro Raised in a two-parent household with an alter ego First name Bone, last name Flake Still a Black man who can’t catch a break False accusations and corny handshakes He made a mistake Hanging with the wrong crowd, then hearing the bullet sound Lost a […]

By Keith J. Beasley Posted in Fiction on December 7, 2020 5 min read Continue reading
Mother of Machines: Sanaa

A Short Alien Science Fiction Read

It was two minutes to midnight. Sanaa delicately slid her freshly-shaven head into the grey astronaut helmet with her initials etched into it, her eyes darting around fearfully as she marched in formation onto the blistering tarmac. Sanaa and the thousands of others in her fleet were boarding mammoth-sized rocket ships forty stories tall in […]

By Tishaun Dawson Posted in Fiction on December 1, 2020 10 min read Continue reading
The Big Vinnie Chronicles: A Rollo Michaels Novel

A Private Investigator Mystery Novel

Prologue My hip woke me up to tell me it was hurting. It’s not the hip God blessed me with a little over forty years ago. It’s not even the artificial one that failed after eight years and got me pensioned off from the police department. It’s the one after that, the one made of […]

By Kip Meyerhoff Posted in Fiction on November 29, 2020 3 min read Continue reading
The Quest: Search for a Lost Brother

A Young Adult Fantasy Adventure Book

Prologue The battle had been raging for hours, and the king could see his fighters were getting tired. Perched on top of his old trusted mare, the king looked over the battlefield in despair. He knew that going in, there was no way he was going to win this battle, but he could not entertain […]

By Dorothy Mbori Posted in Fiction on November 27, 2020 31 min read Continue reading
Patronel and Soriela

A Children's Fantasy Chapter Book

THE BETRAYAL Stroe, Stere – Nose in the Wind and Three-Fingered Tristan met on a weekend day for a picnic in the spinney, north of the factory’s grounds. It was a beautiful summer day. The three were meeting to discuss their plans in private, away from the ears of everyone else in the factory. After […]

By Fanica Rarinca Posted in Fiction on November 23, 2020 4 min read Continue reading

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