Evergreen by Paul J. Bennett The last story in our current Flash Fiction Wednesday series brings us back to more wholesome living as Paul takes us back south with a sweet youthfulness that reminds us of what it is to be young and hopeful.

Glory of the Outcast

by Robert W. Cely, Jr. All the ladies felt it. The moment each one of them stepped into the house, they knew. They knew the way women are able to without exactly knowing how, that something serious was hanging in the air. Of course, none of them said anything. One by one they came in,Continue reading “Glory of the Outcast”

This Island Purpose

This Island Purpose by Derek Elkins Another week, another story. We are so excited to be offering these free stories each week, and we hope you are equally excited about reading them! Click on the island to be transported to the tale!

The Crickets Sing

The Crickets Sing by Joseph E Shaw Goodness we love some intrigue in these free stories! We hope you love it too! Click on the singing cricket to enjoy this week’s story by Joe – it will keep you on the edge of your truck seat! Thanks for taking the time to read this story.Continue reading “The Crickets Sing”

New Offerings

Our formerly quarantined authors decided to fire up the ol’ free-short-story-inator once again, and spit out some free fiction for you. This time, however, we’re doing one story per week on Wednesday. Rather than let all the stories overwhelm you like an avalanche, we’re setting up #FreeFlashFictionWednesdays. To check out the books our authors have available,Continue reading “New Offerings”

The Parallax

The Parallax by Jamie Greening Jamie returns to his sci-fi passion in today’s #covidchronicle. Don’t miss reading this great story as a parallel universe seeks to not be outdone by the maladies of our own. Remember, these COVID-Chronicle stories are free — no hooks or gimmicks, no paywalls or email’s to give. We just wantContinue reading “The Parallax”

Where Did They Go?

Where Did They Go? by Joseph Courtemanche A fitting story for Memorial Day. Joe has captured the day perfectly, honoring the fallen in the midst of the quarantine. He himself served in the Navy, so who better to write such a story. It is a chilling perspective he captures. Take time to read this CovidContinue reading “Where Did They Go?”

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