Brad Mcnaughton


I’m a writer of Spec Fic, a husband, and a puppy daddy. I’m an introvert. I grew up on RL Stine, Christopher Pike, Discworld, Stephen King, Star Wars novels and everything in between at my library. I started blogging and writing short stories in 2001 on my website,

I read a lot as a kid, and an adult. My biggest influences include Terry Pratchett, Douglas Coupland and Mitchell Hurwitz. Add in Lee Child, Asimov, Bill Bryson, Tana French, David Mitchell (both of them).

I don’t talk a lot, but I have a narrative voice in my head.

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Chase: A Tomorrow Technologies Novella
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 13,330. Language: English. Published: December 8, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories, Fiction » Romance » Sci-fi
When a man stumbles from a dark alley, the last face Robert expects to see beneath the long, dirty hair is... his own. Future Robert was sent back for a dangerous mission, which he completed, and the details of which he can't reveal without threatening the stability of time. All he wants now is a couch to sleep on, a roof over his head, maybe a couple of bucks until he’s back on his feet.

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