[Art from Underlife linked below]
At Free eBooks Daily:
- A Soul For Trouble by Crista McHugh. Fantasy.
- Deke Brolin Rhol by Doug Backus. Fantasy. Sci-Fi.
- The Sky Between Two Worlds by Glen Books. Science Fiction Thriller.
- Mace Of The Apocalypse by Daniel J Williams. Horror.
- Underlife by Marissa Farrar. Fantasy.
- "Lark's Quest: The Search (The Deeds of the Ariane Novellas #1)" by Barbara Cool Lee. Fantasy. 23k
- "A Touch of Sky" by Elizabeth Westbrook. Fantasy. 5k.
- "Alicanto" by Allison Graham. Fantasy 3k.
- "Fast Fears #1: Bats in the Attic" by M.D. Stephens. Horror. 15k.
- "Theytus -4" by Sebastian Viasus. Science Fiction. 1k.
- "STALKER Southern Comfort by Balazs Pataki. YA SF/Adventure. 135k.
- "Two Flowers" by Jon Morgan. Science Fiction. Adventure. 12k.
- "An Optical Delusion" by Robert Waggoner. Science Fiction. 1k.
- "Deathforger" by K.Z. Freeman. Science Fiction. 4k.
- "Revenge is Sweet" by Richard Johnson. Military SF. 10k.
- "Buck Johnson: Trailing the Herd" by Wyatt McLaren. Fantasy. Sci-Fi. Western. 4k.
• At American Radio Theater: "The Big Hand" Adventure. OTR reconstruction.
"An adventure story from 1951. There's lost treasure in the jungle and Doctor Becker leads an expedition to find it. But first she needs a guide."
• At Brain Drops Keep Falling on My Head: "The Red Room" by H. G. Well. Horror.
"One of Wells’s most famous non-science fiction stories, The Red Room, though ostensibly a ghost story, may instead be an allegorical tale about the dawn of the 20th Century. If anything, that makes it even scarier…"
• At Campfire Radio Theater: Twilight Road by John Ballentine. Horror.
"A young woman, pronounced dead hours earlier, springs to life on the embalming table. Haunted by disembodied voices and recollections of a shadowy afterlife, Cerina is desperate to escape the ghoulish confines of the city morgue. Might she suffer delusions due to her accident or is something far more grisly amiss?"
Old Time Radio
- At Boxcars711: "Dimension X - The Kaleidoscope" Science Fiction (1951)
- At BunGs: Frankenstein. Horror (1931), Space Force. Sci-Fi. (1984), and World Adventurers Club. Adventure. (1932)
- At Relic Radio: "Escape - The Earthmen" by Ray Bradbury. Science Fiction (1951).
- Audio at Classics on the Go: "Lazarus and the Dragon" Children's Fantasy.
- Audio at Classics on the Go: "Snow-white " The Brothers Grimm. Fairy Tale
- Audio at CrimeWav: "Hoosier Daddy" by Jed Ayres. Crime. (not for kids)
- Audio at 19Nocturne Avenue: "Afterlives 1.5 - Memento Mori"
- E-Book at Smashwords: Now They Call Me Gunner by Thom Whalen. Crime.