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Free SF, Fantasy and Horror Fiction for 10/27/2012

Trust me when I tell you I haven’t forgotten my arch-nemeses, Dave Tackett and his QuasarDragon. Their time will come.

But for now, I wanted to let you know how excited I am that my upcoming short story collection, Catholic Guilt and the Joy of Hating Men, has been announced for release in November 2012. My publisher, me, has promised that he will ingest as much caffeine as is required to meet that deadline. If you’re interested in the possibility of a free advance copy, please sign up for my mailing list. (It’s like a giveaway contest, but as with a “who wants to give me a foot rub contest”, chances are if you step forward you’ll probably get it.)

For the rest of you, I offer some humble links to free fiction. I hope you consider it a worthy offering.

What’s special about today’s free fiction?

  1. Tales To Terrify features Lavie Tidhar’s “304 Adolph Hitler Strasse”
  2. I decide that Nookheads should read my flash fiction: “Maddy McKay and the Elves in Her House” (yes, “Nookheads” is a term of endearment)
  3. Project Gutenberg adds Jack London’s The Scarlet Plague (I did a project on Jack London for high school English and was told by my teacher that there was nothing challenging about reading “the dog goes woof” fifty times)
  4. Neil Gaiman reading Neil Gaiman!


Written – Serialized

  • @Author’s Site: Jaydium by Deborah J. Ross writing as Deborah Wheeler – Chapter 17 [Fantasy]
  • @Author’s Site: Trust by David Moody – Chapter 27 [“Anti-” Science Fiction]


Audio – Serialized

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3 Comments on Free SF, Fantasy and Horror Fiction for 10/27/2012

  1. Your link for Tales to Terrify is bad. Should be:

  2. Ray Daley // June 3, 2013 at 6:38 am //

    Just wanted to leave my thanks for your plug of “The Angry Vagabonds”, I have put a link to this on my blog, Google feed & FB page.

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