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.
If You Love Something – Chapter 11; Seeing Ghosts: by Lily Velden
Present Day (David, 20)
Turning off the bedside lamp, I lay back down and closed my eyes, placing the album beside me on the bed, and allowed myself a few moments to miss and to hurt. I gave myself permission to miss Jeremy and Erik, to hurt at their physical absence. I let myself be sad, and I let myself wonder what they were doing, and to hope that maybe, just sometimes, they missed me and hurt at my absence.
Sleeping Arrangements – Part 4 (A Naruto Fanfiction); by Sara Testarossa:
Haku released Zabuza’s cock from his mouth, and sat up, looking down at the older man quizzically. “Did I do something wrong?”
Zabuza answered by sitting up and kissing Haku greedily, his tongue thrusting into the younger man’s mouth. Haku returned the kiss eagerly, glad that he hadn’t made a mistake, and that Zabuza still wanted him.
“Want to fuck you,” Zabuza said when their lips parted. He looked into Haku’s eyes, checking for any signs of trepidation or distaste.
Haku merely nodded eagerly, and moved from between Zabuza’s legs to lie on his back. “Is this okay?”
Growth, Part 11 – Learning Curve, Part 1; by Grace R. Duncan:
Adel sat in an armchair near the fire, thoughts whirling in a thousand different directions as he waited for Teman and Bathasar to be ready. His cock was already half-hard as he thought through some of what Bathasar had told him to expect for the night.
It would be the end of a denial period for Teman. After being without any sort of orgasm for a fortnight, he would finally be allowed release. Bathasar had also said Teman would have to work for his release.
Adel wasn’t exactly what all that would entail, but despite not having experience with the slaves, he had a fertile enough imagination.
Turning Point: Battle Plans – Part 3; by Hope Ryan:
“A safe place to sleep,” I said before I could stop myself. Then I realized what he’d said and knew he’d been expecting it. “Okay,” I said before he could. “Uh, regular meals would be the second.”
“Good. Now that we have those out of the way, what do you miss the most?”
I almost said clean clothes and showers, but I kind of knew that wasn’t what he wanted, either. I thought about what Will said for his goal. “To build a computer.”
I opened my eyes to see him grinning. “That’s an excellent goal. Were you good with them?”
The Marine – Discharged; R. Gebhardt:
I had been lived with Jason for about a month and a half when I got called in to make sure all the steps for my discharge had been completed. I took in my forms showing and I made sure I had everything possible that I needed to take in. Thankfully I didn’t need help with transportation or moving expenses and assistance. The only thing I claimed was my Post 9/11 GI Bill for my education purposes.
When I got to my Commanding Officer’s office I had to sit and wait, I was grateful it wasn’t like the last time I was there; I wasn’t a bundle of nerves. I felt calm because I knew my time was up and I could live my life with the man I love without having to hide it
Always Chapter 9 – Part 1; by Lily G. Blunt:
All I could hear were the heart-wrenching words spilling from Edward’s lips. Despite the tears rolling down his face, he kept speaking. He was not giving up on us. How could I have done this to him… to us?
“Jayden, I don’t know what’s going through your mind at the moment, but I’m not going anywhere until you tell me why you’ve really had this sudden change of heart,” he said shakily but firmly. “I can’t believe it’s to do with your assignments and reading. I know you can cope with the pressure of work. It’s got to be something else.” He briskly wiped the tears from his face with the back of his hands.
The Forest Lord – Part 9; by Tucker McCallahan:
“Only limited information exists in the journals and lore books of the guild.” Kala crouched near the fire, sharpening her blade. “I remember they destroy plant life.”
“True.” Iym’s voice drifted on the night breeze. She sipped wine from a skin and stared at the glowing embers under the flames. “It is both a curse and a source of great pain for them, that they cannot touch or be close to the flowers and trees they so revered in life.” She shuddered and wiped her mouth. “They’re compelled to tree-walk as druids, yet every time they do so the trees they use die.”
“I am not so full of fear that I’m unable to name that which we face.” Jhul whirled around to face the group who sat around the small fire.
T’Riss gave her a weary look. “If an elven vampire carved those runes, Jhulryna, a bit of fear would be healthy.”
Second Shot – The Senior Year: Chapter 40; by Andrew Q. Gordon:
The perfect weather did little to lift Blake’s mood as he and Ethan walked across the quad toward his dorm. Ethan’s presence should have helped, but his boyfriend didn’t approve of them slipping in to get some things while Brett was out.
“I’m not pretending this didn’t happen, you know.” Blake wondered why he tried again. “We’re holding hands on campus. How is that avoiding the issue?”
“You’re avoiding him.” Ethan lacked any of his usual happy go lucky demeanor.
“No, I’m not.” He stopped until Ethan turned to face him.
The Nightingale’s Confection; by Tray Ellis:
The old-fashioned bells jingled as the door to her cake shop opened and Lissa glanced at the clock. Five minutes until two in the afternoon and her wedding cake sampling appointment was early.
“I’ll be out in a moment!” she called into the main area and received a friendly confirmation from two voices, a woman and a man.
She took the time to clear the catalogs and order forms she had been working on. This would give her customers a few moments by themselves to peruse the shop and get comfortable before she approached them.