Monday, June 17, 2013

Ask Not What Free Fiction Can Do For You — Ask What You Can Do For Free Fiction.

Some more good free fiction before your humble host settles down for the night to read more of a couple pretty good books.  Back tomorrow - be sure to check out "My Blog List" and the "Free SF Sites" for more freebies and interesting posts.

[Art from Nomads of the Gods - linked below]

• At Black Gate: "The Death of the Necromancer, Part Three" by Martha Wells. Fantasy.
      "And probably saved all our lives, Nicholas thought. If anyone had run into that room with a lamp, none of them would have had a chance. For someone who had been accused of killing several men in an unprovoked rage, Crack was awfully good at keeping his head in a crisis. It was too bad the judges at his trial hadn’t bothered to discern that fact."

• At HiLobrow: "Theodore Savage - part 15" by Cicely Hamilton. Science Fiction. 1922.
     "When war breaks out in Europe — war which aims successfully to displace entire populations — British civilization collapses utterly and overnight. The ironically named Theodore Savage, an educated and dissatisfied idler, must learn to survive by his wits in the new England, where 20th-century science, technology, and culture are regarded with superstitious awe and terror."

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Audio Fiction
• At Classics On-the-Go: "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland - Chapter 4" by Lewis Carroll. Children's Fantasy.
     "The Rabbit Sends in a Little Bill  Alice meets the White Rabbit while he is looking for his white gloves and fan. He asks her to go to his house and fetch them. While there, she drinks from a bottle in his dressing room. What do you think happens?"

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