Christmas Socks Christmas • by Natalie Buske Thomas For a season I gave her something to live for while my own life faded from view
Good, Fair and Horrible: A Memoir Childhood Memories • by Ann Liska A story about music, and life lessons.
My Life is Over: No Regrets Loss • by Coach Muller "My time is almost over...I have no regrets."
The Chase by Sally-Anne Wilkinson Running through the city streets, someone chasing close behind... McCall needs to get on that train.
That's the End of It: A Recession Story Life Changing Moments • by Ann Liska This is a true story. Names other than mine have been changed. It was hard to write, much harder than fiction! I hope you enjoy.
World 8 Childhood Memories • by Tom Baker Super Mario Bros saved my life (or stopped me dying of boredom, at least)
Go Easy or Go Home - Reflections on Berlin by Illustrated Shorts Berlin is not Germany, but a place that just lets you be.
Life’s Full of Surprises, Ain’t it? Care & Support • by Sally-Anne Wilkinson If life doesn't go according to your dreams, it's time to get new ones.
Your Next Step Could Lead Anywhere Asia • by Steve Gallup A true story about discovery in Taiwan (previously published by Sacred Ground Travel Magazine)
The Word Society Writer's Life • by Emie Townsend A short personal memoir. The history of an awkwardly wordy girl. (Non-fiction).
Texas Ranger by william calkins A couple of suggestions for when you meet up with a Texas Ranger.
The Cons of Laziness by Brendan Carroll Laziness combined with an over-exaggerated sense of fair play come to a no good end.
Sound of Rain: Prologue by Elisabeth Shuker Anna is young, confident and full of questions, but when she is hit with the unfortunate reality of growing up the storms begin.
WISHTREE Part 1 by Zoe Butler It comes from space, it's green, and it loves us to death (Longer story extract).
Every Ounce of Her Love by Nitzer She knows she loves her, she just doesn't know if it's because she has no one else. Femslash.
GASP! by Lynette Ferreira It is the new drug of choice. It's free and everybody is doing it, so it should be safe, shouldn't it? (Flash Fiction)
Sixteen's Unsafe by Danika Frank Two teenage boys, one party, overall debauchery and angst. Basically the result of listening to too much Blink-182.
Anthem by Jack Durish Do you stand when the national anthem is played? A lot of people don't bother these days
A Seraphim's Desire: Chapter Three by Sakimoto Ever lived in a life where you wish love was just something you could grasp?
One thing at a time by Illustrated Shorts A daily plan of action for the time-poor, disassociation-rich generation.
Broken (Chapter One) by Hannah Marie Mandy trusts no one. Melanie trusts too easily. Both are incredibly troubled girls, although you wouldn't necessarily know it at first.
I Remember the Future on a Faraway Land by Thaddeus Atreides What will Mankind lose when Belief in a higher power fades? Is Reason all there is to the Universe?
Creatures by Mistyspirit All is not as it seems, part one, to be made clear in further parts. Hope this early work finds some who like it.
A Role of Die (Chapter one) by A.F. Koya Hero. Villain. Lover. They're nothing but roles in a macabre play, where the script is already written.
Player 2 by Aurelia Knight A rather unforeseen relationship, rising from a mutual love of video games and the kindness of a person's heart. For the romantic gamer.
In Defence of World of Warcraft by A.F. Koya The future, being a nerd, and the authenticity of the experiences we have...it’s about world of warcraft, but not about world of warcraft.
The Window Watcher by TurnOffTheLights Everyone wants to be free, but sometimes the idea of actually being free can be frightening.
Frozen (Prologue and Chapter One) by Hannah Marie Autumn is in trouble. She's been tied up and left in a strange car. How did she get there? And will she get out again?
Programmed to Die Romance • by Claude Nougat In 2222, the problem of aging is solved by Science. You look young until the last day of your life, but is that a blessing or a curse?
Heart Lotion by waterbluewings There are two parts to an relationship: the make-up and the break-up. Some of us didn't have to go through the break-up factor. I had too.
Six Days And Six Nights by theartistandwriter Its the worst storm of the century and everyone seems to be fine. But when something is found it everything really as fine as it seems.
Accessible Celebrities by Nitzer He watched as his mentor-his friend fell apart and pushed everyone away and so did their colleagues and their fans and the entire internet.
Manual Override by Adriaan Brae Old pilots don't get that way by trusting machinery. Sometimes you've just got to get your hands dirty.
A Million Pieces by TurnOffTheLights A story I might continue, about a girl who needs to reveal the truth.
The Tourist Sci-Fi & Fantasy • by mbardon A time traveler cozies up to a stranger in a bar to get back her lost device and make her way back home.
Waiting For The Conet's Call by Tom Baker An academic stumbles across a mysterious radio transmission in a remote Norwegian town
Blank People Watching • by Tamsin Emma You see some interesting things when you stop for coffee.
A Robbery at Big Mike's by Illustrated Shorts During a robbery, a would-be hero has a change of heart.
Dungeons and Drive-Thrus by mbardon A rogue, a paladin, a ranger, and a cleric go on a food run, but they get more than they bargained for at the Burger Lord.