Our latest stories…
Robin Hood: an adaptation of Howard Pyle’s classic story by Scott Lauder and Walter McGregor published by Helbling
The Sheriff of Nottingham is Robin’s biggest enemy. He hates Robin because Robin is an outlaw. But most of all, the sheriff hates Robin because everyone else loves him. Does the sheriff catch Robin? Or does King Richard save him and his Merry Men?
The Albatross by Scott Lauder and Walter McGregor published by Helbling.
Levy, an old Greek sailor, takes on his last job and discovers that the cargo on board is not what he expected. Molly, an American teenager finds a body on the beach when she’s walking her dog.
What happens when Levy tells the captain? Why does the body disappear? And how are Levy and Molly connected?
Free stories on this site:
A murder mystery. A man takes a job as a janitor at a school. He doesn’t know it, but he has only hours to live. This story is around 3,000 words and it has ten chapters. There are also audio files available.
A woman escapes from a mental hospital and takes a job at a school. The police are looking for her. They think she is dangerous. But is she…? This story is around 3,000 words long.
A businessman wants to buy land to build houses, but the owner won’t sell. When the owner dies, the businessman is happy…for a while.
There is a new dentist in town. Almost everyone thinks he is great. But perhaps he is too good to be true…
Diamonds as big as…
An off-world mining ship is hi-jacked by pirates. The leader of the pirates is a woman with a famous ancestor. This story is about 1,000 words long.
On a street in Scotland, a piper plays. He has played there for 300 years…This story is about 1,000 words long.
A Bad Habit
A woman takes revenge for her husband’s death. She blames the doctor…This story is about 1,000 words long.
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Our thanks to JA for his editing on The Janitor, The Cook and to SF for being SF.