March Short Stories
Two Strokes of a Pen
By Jill Hand
It simply couldn't be true. It couldn't be that easy... to kill.
The Fastest Gun in the Veil
By Theo Taylor
Hunting fugitives is what I do. Why should I fear Gideon Masters?
By E.S. Strout
Reach the edge, if you dare.
By Leland Smithson
Retirement looming, they had one last mission to complete--if they could only find their way.
By C.H. Kelly
On tires or on a maglev track, racing can be a deadly game.
Wait, there's more!
The following stories did not receive many
comments in our forum, so we've held them over for an extra month.
You Hear Their Triumphant Howl?
By John K. Webb
Light the candle and remember them,
By David Cleden
The strange juggler seemed to know so
much about the mists of Far Lake. She also seemed his only hope.
By Mark Altenhofen
What would have been a normal morning
is interrupted by feathered intruders.
in the Afterlife
By Stephen Faulkner
A lesson in love from beyond the
By Brian W. Ball
All Shannon wanted was a normal life.
The voice inside her wanted something else.
By Matt Kolbet
Look into their eyes. They see your
By Roderick D. Turner
You've trained for this. Get in there
and find out what the device can do.
By Ryan Sexton
Kevin was in a bad situation, so when
Evangeline offered him an escape, he took it.
By Jeffrey Yorio
The alien craft was right in front of
him, and he marveled at his luck.
By J. Eckert Lytle
Fred needed something to keep him
going, but dragons? He thought it was nonsense.