Free Fiction Friday – January 16, 2015


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. Join us in welcoming a new author to our group, Hope Ryan.

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.



This week, Free Fiction Friday welcomes a new author to the group  – kirifox. If you get a chance to read her story, please be good enough to leave her a comment and welcome her to the Free Fiction Friday Family.

The Forest Lord #12; by Tucker McCallahan:

A dozen of the armored human guards lay dead in the road. Of the remaining dozen, half of those wouldn’t survive their injuries. The other half were equally divided between being struck dumb and useless with gibbering fear, and being so overwhelmed by the death of their comrades that they were unable to do anything but stare vacantly into space. Only T’Riss, Jhul, Iym, and the three women in the carriage were unharmed, though one of the women’s hair had turned pure white, just like Storm’s sister Justina before she died.

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Always Chapter 11; by Lily G. Blunt:

As he said those words, I made a silent promise to him that before the night was out we would have indeed made love. I loved him. I wanted him. God damn it, I needed him now more than ever. What was the point of waiting any longer?

I responded with a kiss. “I want you to stay the night with me, Edward. I don’t want us to wait any longer either.”

Edward smiled faintly and then swallowed hard. I tried to relax and not become too anxious at the thought of us lying naked together in my bed. We were both consenting adults who loved each other very much.

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Second Shot – The Senior Year: Chapter 43; by Andrew Q. Gordon:

“A tie?” Darryl twisted the blue and red knot around the pale blue button down dress shirt. “They couldn’t pick somewhere that we could dress like normal people?”

Jason had worn ties often enough that it didn’t bother him as much as it bugged his best friend. Besides, getting dressed up meant Peter would have to as well. Seeing his boyfriend dressed up made it worth hearing Darryl whine. “For Pops, this is normal, D. You’ve been to their house. He wears a tie most days even if he’s not going out.”

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Chapter 2 – The Early Years

Growing up, Riley and I were brothers in arms. We laughed, we fought and we were bound together in an eternity that we knew could only become tighter as the years passed. I was six years old when Riley moved in next door. He was 7. We celebrated his eighth birthday the week after we met.

I often wonder now what he saw in the gangly, awkward little kid that I was then; he said I had an ‘old soul.’ He told me he could see many lives every time he looked into my clear grey-blue eyes…

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Misunderstood Hotness, Part 4; by Tray Ellis:

Mason offered a hand but Lloyd indicated his soapy hands with a  self-effacing shrug.  “Nice to meet you,” they both said in unison and then laughed.
“Thanks for staying to help with the clean up,” Mason said.
“No problem.  Glad to help.”  Lloyd returned to soaping a fragile teacup. 
“Were you here earlier?  I thought I knew everyone at the party.”  Mason studied the man in front of him.  Lloyd was medium height and of medium build.  He had short-cut light brown hair and light hazel eyes to match.

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I wasn’t sure how long I sat there with my head in my hands, lost in my own thoughts, but it must have been awhile as one glance out of the window showed me the sun had set, leaving the sky that funny shade that is neither lilac nor gray.

I felt drained and numb, strangely devoid of emotion. My heart was neither angry nor filled with sadness or regret. It was just empty, absolutely fucking empty. Jeremy was gone, I’d sent him away, and I felt hollow and somehow disconnected from it all.

Was he gone for good, or would he come back later?

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Lonesome Theta – Chapter 14; R. Gebhardt:

Alex’s POV

A few days after Jessie’s death they had a service for her. Jamie stayed home with the twins because they didn’t want to leave them with just anyone with everything that was going on. Jackson had asked for all of us to meet in their office for a brief meeting after the memorial service. I wasn’t completely sure why Jeremy was also included because the only other ones that would be there besides the Alphas were Louis and Connor. After the service we all filed into the office and took a seat as we waited for Jamie to join us with the twins.

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