Stories on the Go is an anthology of 101 Very Short Stories by 101 Authors.
The idea was launched by Hugh Howey of WOOL-fame on Kboards, a forum for kindle readers with an active — well, turbulent — community of indie writers.
Somehow I ended up coordinating this project which aims to give you an idea of recent indie writing.
Oh… and you can download the ebook for free on several vendors.
Stories on the Go is a collection of very short stories, thousand words or less, by very different authors who write in many genres. There is, besides the usual Table of Contents, and Index by Author and an Index by Genre. There are a few gay/m-m stories besides my own.
Since these are very short stories you can read them easily in five minutes, e.g. on your smartphone while queuing, or on your tablet or ereader while commuting.
My own story, The Fiar, is set in the world of the Spencer boys of Just Don’t Mess With Us. You’ll recognize a reference or two if you’ve read these stories. By the way, I’ll have more to say about Just don’t Mess With Us in my next post. That said, I’m not a master of the short form, so this story is actually more a slice of life, an incident.
I hope you’ll like it anyway, and that you will enjoy the other stories as well.
Alright already, where can I download this thing?
Thought you’d never ask.
You can download Stories on the Go for free on
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