Sunday, July 21, 2013

Free Fiction, Eight Days a Week!

Welcome to another posting of free, legal fiction links (especially science fiction, horror, and fantasy) at QuasarDragon, where even on a Sunday, we hunt down free fiction to save you time and money.  All for no cost! Even the corny intros are free. 


 [Art from Astounding - linked below]

• At Project Gutenberg: "Astounding Stories of Super-Science, May, 1930" Science Fiction.
      "Four destinies rocket through the strange Time-Space of the Fourth Dimension in Tode's marvelous Atom-Smasher."

• At The WiFiles: "A Silver Soul" by Rebecca L. Brown. Speculative Fiction.
     "For one hundred pounds I will sell you my soul… There was nothing that Julian Hart loved more than getting something for nothing. He had dedicated his life to just that; setting up convoluted deals in which people unwittingly bought things which they already owned."

Flash Fiction
Audio Fiction
• At Antipodean: "The AntiSF Radio Show 180" Speculative Fiction.
   Audio versions of flash speculative fiction.

• At Cast of Wonders: "Little Wonders I" by Kara Hartz and Eric Juneau. YA Science Fiction.
     "a collection of flash fiction and poetry centered around a theme or genre - "Immersion" by Kara Hartz and "Influx Capacitor" by Eric Juneau."

• At Chilling Tales for Dark Nights: "The Art of Jacob Emory" by Peter Divine. Horror. (streaming only?)
     "the tale of a restless young man named Jacob Emory, who escapes small-town American life for a stint overseas, only to return nearly a decade later, changed, and with a chalk-like black wand in his possession.  The 'stick,' to to speak, allows Jacob the ability to exercise a power that was never meant to be possessed by a mortal man, and before long, mistakes are made."

• At Fantastic Worlds of Edgar Rice Burroughs: "Episode 08 - The People That Time Forgot"
     "Tom Billings and Ajor are now in the land of the Kro-Lu, enroute to Ajor’s home with the Galu. They encounter a hunting party of Band-Lu, taking a Kro-Lu prisoner back to their cave for the dance of death."

Other Genres

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