Madhu stood at the shore, xyr whole body shaking with the effort of exploring under three times normal gravity.
Their new world was raw, undefined, barren.
And dangerous. Especially the sea life that erupted out of the surf to eat Madhu.
Survival, mutation and the drive to survive no matter the cost wind through Mutant Blue Eden, a SF short story that's sure to set your heart racing.
Love and holidays go hand in hand, all year long. Through The Year binds together seven amazing short stories and two novellas in a collection that's sure to be a favorite.
The Girl of Silver Clouds
Doors of Shores
Pink Trucks and Bow Ties
Wedding in the Soup
Clouds Drifting Overhead
An Island Forgot
Theorem of Bright Half-Life
The Shores of Twilight Bay
"Stand by for contact."
Ihsan held xir breath as the lander slowly touched down on their asteroid. Hollow the asteroid out, add air and soil, then strap on engines and you were free.
Their Cradle, future of xir families, was born.
Cradle of the Future posits a dark future that may yet come to pass while giving us a way to escape into the universe. Don't miss out!
Dating sucked. Rahat sighed and stirred xyr drink just a bit too forcefully.
Xyr blind date had disappeared into the bar, never to return.
Meeting someone as congenial as Chandra was a shock after xyr evening so far. She was everything xyr departed date was not.
Aromantic readers will be delighted by Rahat and Chandra's story which is sure to leave you grinning by the end.
Sasa hummed as she peeled carrots for soup. Just what they needed after installing a new sixty-five inch TV.
Van had spent their entire Christmas bonus on it. Not that Sasa cared. She'd rather read while Van gamed.
But a new TV and a pot of soup could combine to create new things.
Wedding in the Soup is a sweet romance short that asexual and nonbinary readers are sure to love—Don't miss this!
Amelia stopped, panting. The mountain loomed ahead, dropped away behind. Cedars had long since been replaced by scrubby wind-twisted spruce.
She trusted Jen and Danny but this was huge. So huge.
Amelia didn't know if she could leave her parents, her clone-sisters behind to live on this mountain when the sea flooded around them.
More importantly, she didn't know if her parents would let her go.