Wednesday, August 21, 2013

I Get Free Fiction With a Little Help From My Friends

More good free fiction, including more e-books than Mordor has orcs (Perhaps a bit of an exaggeration, but there are several good ones).  And be sure to check out Regan Wolfrom's latest free fiction post as SF Signal for an advanced peek a some links I plan on swiping tomorrow. 

[Art from Speculative Fiction The Ultimate Collection in E-books below]

At Apex: [via SF Signal]
• "And It’ll Haunt Me (For Long Days to Come)" by K. Allen Wood. Undead.
      "In the small interrogation room of the Huntingdon Police station, Garret Denny sat slumped in a chair, his dark hood bleeding a darker shadow across his face."

• "For Long Days to Come" by K. Allen Wood. Undead.
      "As the day waned, the deluge continued unabated. The battering on our roof was a relentless reminder that life in Orbisonia had gone astray, but we were oblivious. We went from window to window and stared through the oily liquid in rapt fascination, pondering a world stained by the blackened dollops that fell from the sky and clung to everything like molasses."

• At Free Speculative Fiction Online: A large roundup of recent free fiction.
    Very big list - check it out.

• At Amazon: Speculative Fiction The Ultimate Collection by David K Scholes. Science Fiction.
• At Amazon: Saving Mars by Cidney Swanson. Science Fiction (YA?). [via Pixel of Ink]
At Amazon: [via Freebook Sifter]
• At Author's Site: James Potter and the Morrigan Web by G. Norman Lippert. Fanfic.
At Free eBooks Daily:


Anonymous said...

I love free eBooks on Amazon! I had a chance to check out Tamytch: The Rise of Gnurlbane (got it for free!). The character names take a little getting used to, but at least they aren't ripped straight from Lord of the Rings, like in many fantasy novels. This might be the most original book I have ever read, ever! If you like endings that are truly unpredictable, give this book a shot!

Dave Tackett said...

Thank you for the recommendation! It's very helpful when people give their opinions about the fiction..