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Free Fiction

Free Fiction

The Chain Story just released its 23rd tale: The Cost of a Tasmanian Tiger by Paul Genesse. Paul’s a great writer, and you’ll enjoy his addition to the project. I also wanted to point to Dean Wesley Smith’s blog for free fiction—among other thing, including a great series of posts about writing and writing careers. [...]

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The Chain Story

The Chain Story

The Chain Story has added its twenty-first story, Crucified Coyote by Jason Walters. Jason is a stunningly good writer, so you won’t want to miss this story. And, better yet, he has a full collection of stories dealing with the same setting, so once you’re done reading Crucified Coyote, there’s lots more to be had!

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The Chain Story hits 20!

The Chain Story hits 20!

The Chain Story has just released its 20th story: A Bridge to Farthing by David Benz. It’s good, fun fiction and its free!

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Getting Caught Up

Getting Caught Up

The only problem with working for yourself—aside from having a tyrant as a boss and a lazy workforce to tyrannize—is that everything which has to be done is something you have to do. Between traveling and working and all that living stuff—eating, sleeping, bathing and chores—a variety of other things fall by the wayside. So, [...]

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The Adventure of the Ghost Watch

The Adventure of the Ghost Watch

The Adventure of The Ghost Watch ©2010 Michael A Stackpole Jack Card sat in a big leather chair in the corner of the Wanderers’ Club quiet room. He did his best not to fidget. That would get him noticed, and in the room full of adults—especially these people—that was the last thing he wanted. Rogers, [...]

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Recovering from Phoenix Comicon

Recovering from Phoenix Comicon

Phoenix Comicon was nothing short of an exciting and fun weekend. Okay, exhausting, too; but all the best conventions are. The last Phoenix Comicon had been out in Mesa, and it had outgrown its site. It moved downtown to the Phoenix Civic Center, more than doubling the floor space. It seemed pretty clear that it [...]

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Night of the Rat God

Night of the Rat God

Night of the Rat God ©2010 Michael A. Stackpole Anderson followed me into the Wanderer’s Club quiet room. He wore the same desperate expression on his face as I did on mine. I beat him to the sideboard. “Scotch?” “Please, neat.” I poured him three fingers, then added another and handed it off. Rogers, the [...]

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