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Liberty (A Prosperity Story), by Alexis Hall

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Alexis Hall

The wars of the future will be fought not by men on horseback, not with lances or with cannon or with ships, but with weapons fashioned from the very stuff of creation.

Scholars of military and international history have long held the destruction of the British Empire’s 4th Skyfleet above the pirate town of Liberty in 1866 to be the first recorded use of modern aetherweaponry and to constitute a turning point in international and interdimensional politics.

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Mindscape, by Tal Valante

Mindscape

Tal Valante

The truth will set you free.

Mark Sayre joins the Interstellar Navy for the money—his only goal is to keep his little brother out of the colony mines that sent their father to an early grave. With concepts like duty and honor floating high over his head, he hardly expects to fall for the serious, idealistic Shane Cawley. Not to mention that Shane is his commanding officer . . . and his Resonance partner, a one-in-ten-thousand mental connection so profound that they can travel in each other’s mindscapes.

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Josh of the Damned #3.5: Night of the Dust Bunnies by Andrea Speed

Josh of the Damned #3.5: Night of the Dust Bunnies

Andrea Speed

Is it a quiet night at the Quik-Mart, or are the dust bunnies lurking, waiting to strike? (Don’t laugh, they’re very mean.)

Please enjoy this free Josh of the Damned ficlet (and Surprise Cameo of Awesome), courtesy of Andrea Speed and Riptide Publishing!

(This file is available in PDF only.)

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Josh of the Damned Triple Feature #1 by Andrea Speed

Josh of the Damned Triple Feature #1

Andrea Speed

What most people call a hellish shift, Josh Caplan calls a normal evening. After all, he works nights at a convenience store beside the mouth of hell, selling snacks to zombies and lizard men.

Some monsters are odder—and more dangerous—than most. Like the rampaging, oversized mustache who skips the Pringles and eats the customers instead. Or Cthulhu’s half-brother Stan, who doesn't know how to take no for an answer . . . or where to put all those tentacles.

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