Sunday, November 11, 2012

Free Fiction Plus Science and Gaming News

Some very good stuff already including three short stories, flash fiction, e-books, audio fiction (including Beam Me Up and a sequel to The Legend of Sleepy Hollow). And there's some interesting science news and gaming items. 

At DargonZine: "Ol Tamboch Narhin, Thread 3: Schooling" by Dafydd Cyhoeddwr. Fantasy.
      "All magic is the same and springs from one of only two sources: the natural world or the divine. Yes, yes, I'm sure you've been told different."

At DargonZine: "Five Days in Winter – Part 1" by Joseph Carney. Fantasy.
     "Early one Mertz morning Tobey ran along a path following a frozen stream, leaping over fallen trees and snow covered gnarled roots with grace and ease. The tops of massive pine trees reached high into the sky while their lower branches, covered with snow, scraped the ground."

At Hub Magazine: "Aesthetic Appreciation on Asperex" by Eric Brown. Science Fiction.
     "I was four when the aliens came. They arrived in a silver ship. We watched it land in the desert and squat there, silent and menacing. As hours elapsed and nothing happened, we gained confidence"

Flash Fiction:
At 365 Tomorrows: "Awoken" by Methias. Science Fiction.

At Free eBooks Daily:

At Smashwords:

Audio Fiction
At Beam Me Up: Part one of Poul Anderson’s "Call Me Joe."  "A great work on telepresence from a master author." and Erin Bassett’s Clockwork episode 7.

At Fantastic Worlds of Edgar Rice Burroughs: Episode 02 - The Return of Tarzan. Adventure.
     "Tarzan is onboard an ocean liner crossing the Atlantic to France. He has caught a vicious Russian villain attempting to slander the French Count de Coude by falsely accusing him of cheating at cards. "

At Journey Into:  "Ichabod Crane, Master of the Occult" by D.K. Thompson. Horror.
      "Ichabod Crane returns to Sleepy Hollow, but this time he's out for revenge."

Other Genres
  • At Every Day Fiction: "The Last Fanatics" by Douglas Campbell. Historical Fiction. W.W. II.
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