Wednesday, November 28, 2012

More Freebies - Life Is Good

 A few goodies for you this morning.  There's free fiction (text and/or audio) by notable authors Ramsey Campbell and Paul Di Filippo. There's flash fiction (including a reading of a Lovecraft poem), e-books, and comics.

 And be sure to check out SF Signal and  Free SF Reader for more free fiction links and Best Science Fiction Stories and Variety SF for free fiction reviews with links.

  [Art from "Men and Fire" in Comics below]

       "Randolph hadn’t expected the map to misrepresent the route to the motorway quite so much. The roads were considerably straighter on the page. The high beams roused swarms of shadows in the hedges and glinted on elongated warnings of bends ahead, and then the light found a signpost. It pointed down a lane to somewhere called Lorn Hall."

At Yesteryear Fiction: "A Tale of Bugs" by Joel Zartman. Fantasy.
     "After he left, Christine cut a piece from the plant and put it on the desk. She had noticed several black spots on it and when she put the plant on the desk, the spots began to scurry away."

Flash Fiction
  • At Daily Science Fiction: "The Safe Road" by Caroline M. Yoachim. 
  • At Every Day Fiction: "The Dream Depot" by by Erin Cole. Science Fiction.
  • At SFFAudio: "The City" by H.P. Lovecraft. Horror. Audio. Poem.
  • At 365 Tomorrows: "Ground Up" by Steve Smith. Science Fiction.
At Free eBooks Daily.
At Smashwords:
 Audio Fiction
At Nightmare Magazine: "At Lorn Hall" by Ramsey Campbell. Horror.
       Described above.

At StarShipSofa: "Shadowboxer" by Paul Di Filippo. Speculative Fiction.
      "It's a political story about an assassin who can kill by looking at someone, who is kidnapped by the US and pressed into service as part of the War on Terror." -BoingBoing

At Atomic Kommie Comics:  Lost Worlds "Men and Fire" Sci-fi. 1953.
At Digital Comics Museum: This Magazine Is Haunted 013 (diff ver) Horror. 1953.

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