Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Comics, Sargent, Rambo, and More Free Fiction

Some very good free stuff again! Just a couple entries in the free fiction section, but they are from two great sites.  There are many free e-books including David Scholes' Soldier of the Brell free for a couple days and a collection of fantasy short stories by the exceptional Cat Rambo.  There's audio fiction by Pamela Sargent at StarShipSofa (always great) and several classic comic book stories and contemporary flash fiction stories.

 [Art from Eyes Like Sky And Coal And Moonlight by Cat Rambo]

At Daily Science Fiction: "Red at the End of the World" by Lynda E Rucker.
      "He's not; and you know it by looking at him. You know it first by looking at his shoes, which are brown leather, scuffed and laced up wrong with floppy worn tongues. Above the shoes, a flash of thin ankles: he's lost his socks."

At Nightmare Magazine:  "Construction Project" by Desirina Boskovich. Horror.
       "We begin in August, when the summer nights are ripe and voluptuous. Moths beat against the window, seeking solace from the darkness. August brings violent thunderstorms; cut power lines draw the darkness closer. We cup a flickering flame and make love that brings purple bruises."

At Soldier of the Brell by David Scholes. Science Fiction.

Via Pixel of Ink:
At Free E-Books Daily:
At Smashwords:
Flash Fiction
  • At Every Day Fiction: "Edge Work" by Sean Jones. Horror.
  • At Flash Fiction Online:  "Zombie March" by Brynn MacNabb. Horror.
  • At Flash Fiction Online:  "Mid-Autumn Moon" by Lani Carroll. Horror.
  • At 365 Tomorrows: "Come Tomorrow" by Jae Miles. Science Fiction.
  • At Yesteryear Fiction: "Dream Keeper" by Rohini Gupta. Fantasy.
Audio Fiction
At StarShipSofa: "A Smaller Government" by Pamela Sargent. Science Fiction.
      "an unknown force shrinks the White House and the Capital to the size of doll houses."


 One after one, by the star-dogged moon,
Too quick for groan or sigh,
Each turned his face with a ghastly pang,
And cursed me with his eye.

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