Free Fiction.

I’ve recently stumbled across this website, which offers, on average, one to three short stories from many well known (and some not so well known) authors. It’s a wonderful site.

Here’s a story available from Kurt Vonnegut. And here are several from Neil Gaiman. And finally, Arthur C. Clarke. (there’s also quite a few great stories from Greg Egan worth checking out)

Here, also, is a link to where you can find a free downloadable mp3 of Neil Gaiman reading his story, A Study In Emerald.

There’s also, of course, the Daily Lit, which is a wonderful way to rediscover some literary classics (or to sample them for the very first time).

As far as free webcomics worth your time are concerned, there’s FreakAngels, by Warren Ellis and Paul Duffield. It’s nine chapters in as of this entry and it’s marvelous.

Do you know of any more free online fiction I should know about? Feel free to comment.

I haven’t had a decent cup of tea in quite some time. I have a little box in my cupboard filled with various inexpensive store brand teas, but none of them are cutting it for me. I must find affordable tea that is worth drinking.

Published by Rob Kaas

Biographical information? I was born 37 years ago. I've lived a little here and there since then. I do not look forward to death. Biographical enough for you?

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