Free Fiction Friday – November 18, 2016


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.




With Fire & Steel; by Tucker McCallahan:


Traffic was jammed up tight on Alvarado. If this thing thought it could elude me by dashing into rush hour, it was about to learn the true definition of “bad decision.” I leapt from car to car, both guns drawn as I pursued the rogue werewolf that I’d been hunting for a month.

I got a good sightline and fired. The crack of the gunshot was very loud. My silver bullet sliced through fur and muscle to embed in bone. The werewolf slammed onto the top of a compact car with a roar of fury. Safety glass spider-webbed and bulged from the windows as the car’s roof gave way under the beast’s weight, and panicked screams from inside the vehicle joined the sounds of rush hour traffic.


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New and Improved; by Tray Ellis:

“New and improved! Get super silky hair with a special formula that heals damaged hair.”

Yes, Erica thought, but can it heal a damaged heart?

The commercial ended, moving on to another one selling vacuum cleaners, and Erica covered herself with her green and blue afghan as she snuggled deeper into the sofa. She used the remote to flip through the stations on the tv. Lots of interesting shows were on, but she didn’t want to watch any of them. She wanted something comforting.

Erica sniffled. She wasn’t feeling very comforted at the moment.


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Jealousy, Part 26; by Grace R. Duncan:


Hayden swallowed hard and his eyes dropped to the table, leaving the question unanswered.

Ian approached then, but had heard the question and Hayden’s lack of answer. The tension around the table so heavy, Ian wondered that they didn’t drown in it. “Kane? H…Hayden?” Ian looked from one to the other.

Hayden turned around and the pain on Ian was sure the pain he showed on his face would have been obvious to a blind man. “I…Ian… I…” He glanced at a shame-faced Kenji, whose eyes were glued to Kane, then to Kane who was staring at Kenji…


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