Looks like things are winding down for the holidays – I know I certainly am! But there’s still free fiction to be had …
Much of the following comes courtesy of the SF Signal gang.
Recently-free fiction at ManyBooks.net:
- “Talents, Incorporated” by Murray Leinster
- “Fearful Symmetry” by Ann Wilson
- “History Repeats” by George O. Smith
- “Gold in the Sky” by Alan Nourse
- “Long Ago, Far Away” by Murray Leinster
- “Charley de Milo” by Laurence Mark Janifer
Jeff Patterson continues his tradition of Christmas stories with “The Harbinger of All Things Glorious“.
Bonus! Free audio fiction: SFF Audio has a reading of “Trunk And Disorderly” by Charles Stross.
Chris Roberson rolls out a festive re-run: “Timmy Gromp Saves Christmas“.
Oh, so you’d like some non-fiction, would you? Well, thank MetaFilter for this little pointer:
Gutenberg-e now offers open access to Columbia University Press history ebooks.
“These award winning monographs, coordinated with the American Historical Association, afford emerging scholars new possibilities for online publications, weaving traditional narrative with digitized primary sources, including maps, photographs, and oral histories.”
Make way for the Friday Flash Fiction crew … a few troops short, but still soldiering on despite the weather!
Somewhat appropriately for the season, Dan Pawley has “A Kind Of Homecoming“.
Neil Beynon has either been at the funny mushrooms, or he’s visited a different “Centre Point” to the one in London.
Gareth L Powell will twist your head with “The Red King’s Nursery“.
Very appropriately for the season, Gareth D Jones is “Frozen“.
And yours truly chronicles the adventures of “Alex in Hinterland“.
Flash fiction bonus! As noted by Gareth D Jones, Guy Hogan doesn’t just post flash fiction at his blog, but provides tips and advice on writing the stuff too.
Looks like that’s your lot for this week – but then I expect you’ll have plenty of other stuff to keep you busy, too.
From me (and on behalf of the whole Futurismic gang) have the best holiday you possibly can, whatever you may call it in your household! Take care, folks.
One thought on “Friday Free Fiction for 21 December”
sorry to be nitpicky, but that link doesn’t go to “A Kind Of Homecoming”. Try this
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