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Aethereal Engines by Jason H. Abbott

Stories of Imaginative and Speculative Fiction

Aethereal Engines is a collection of stories written by Jason H. Abbott. These range in length from flash fiction and short story one-shots, to serialized novellas and excerpts from his larger pieces. Usually updated with new material on Saturdays. . . .

A growing collection of stories, updated weekly.
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Many Words by Jay Slater

A collection of short stories, from high fantasy to alternate-history 1920s pulp adventures to detective stories and war stories in a hard science fiction universe. . . .

A growing collection of stories, updated twice weekly.
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Canyons of Steel by Tim Holtorf

Justice and redemption from the barrel of a gun.

What happens when an old gun hand makes a decision to turn his life around and set a new course? Johnathon Tiberius Walker makes the choice of turning his back on the underground military of the Red Hand and try to make right his own sins. Walker, together with fellow agent Malcom Montgomery Watt, and former assassin Marianne Wollcott, join . . .

A growing collection of stories, updated sporadically.
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Thousand Word Blog by Alex

Every week, I find a picture and since a picture is worth a thousand words, I find those thousand words and write a short story.

Every picture is worth a thousand words. It’s a phrase we’ve all heard and probably said to somebody else. But, I wanted to take that cliche and put it into practice. Every week, I find a picture on the internet that seems interesting. A picture that has a story. After finding the right picture, I start writing its story. One . . .

A collection of stories.
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Freelance Fiction by Doug Lance

an escape into other worlds

This is a site I run independently. I write a variety of creative fiction on it. I am rather versatile. Some posts are blog fiction from the perspective of a fictional character, other posts are stories, and a few are poetry. Poke around a bit and you will find what you enjoy. I guarantee it. . . .

A growing collection of stories, updated daily.
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FREELANCE FICTION

has some potential

By A. M. Harte, editor, author of Theatre of Horrors

Sep 4, 2009: This is one of the rare listings that is actually an anthology of stories rather than one continued serial. The layout of the website is quite user-friendly, with a simple introduction and, most importantly, a strip of tabs along the top which allow readers to search for stories by genre.

On the plus side, this means that new readers aren’t overwhelmed by the amount of material they need to read as they can pick and choose. Each story chapter is rather [more . . .]

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THOUSAND WORD BLOG

Not Quite a Serial

By JPV1000, author of Warbler

Nov 6, 2015: So here’s the thing: Thousand Word Blog isn’t exactly a serial. It’s a regularly updating blog with short fiction, some of it quite good. I liked a lot of the stories on there. I will likely read more. It’s excellent for just finding something short to read, but don’t go looking there for something actually serialized. Like I said, many stories are quite good, others are a little meh, but they deal with radically different subject matter. It’s worth it to go and check out the site, but don’t expect [more . . .]

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