Welcome to Free Fiction Friday. Each week we will provide you will free stories from many different authors. Check in with us each week as not all authors will post each week and new authors will be joining us as we grow.
Here is a list of all the authors posting free fiction this week, along with a brief snippet from their latest free work. Click the link after the snippet to be taken to the complete story on the author’s home page. Remember to follow the site to be notified when we post the latest updates.
Heist – Chapter 22; by Taylin Clavelli:
Donovan had no intention of waiting any longer. He took a deep breath, rocked on the back of the couch, grabbed Zack around the waist and stood.
Zack had no choice but to wrap his legs around Donovan, who all but ran to the closest stable platform, which happened to be the island work surface in the kitchen.
Deciding to leave the sexy looking shirt hanging open teetering on Zack’s shoulders, Donovan perched his man’s ass on the edge of the counter. Donovan watched as Zack leaned back on his strong arms. Donovan raked his eyes over his man’s muscled body before kissing his was south to the Promised Land.
Tree At the Edge of Nothing; by Tray Ellis:
At long last, the tree.
Thike approached the tree slowly. He’d thought it would tower above him, grand and amazing, but this tree grew only slightly taller than his own height.
“Is that it?” asked Farfe from behind him. Even farther back waited their ship, The Running Glory, with what remained of her crew. Only the two of them had descended to the small piece of land that seemed to levitate on the bewildering edge of nothingness, and the deepness of a blue ocean.
Homework Break, Part 1; by Grace R. Duncan:
“FUCK!” Kane nearly shouted as he slammed his locker door open. “If that fucking teacher gives us one more fucking report, I’m going to shove the fucking paper up his fucking ass!” He punctuated each fuck with the shove of a book into his bag.
“Kane…” Ian moaned, pushing Kane’s locker door aside so he could get to his own. “Could you please spare my sanity? Just for a little while?”
Kane glanced to the side at Ian, chagrined. “Sorry, Ian,” he said, blushing. He took the rest of his annoyance out on his locker door and slammed it closed then threw himself back against the metal, sighing.