Category: Mundane Scifi

Facets: Stories of the Mundane and the Weird

Facets: Stories of the Mundane and the Weird

A tense reunion…a fearful epiphany…a burning man…monster attacks…regretful assassins…and a phone call from Hell.These are a few of the tales that await you in the pages of Facets, the debut collection from W.L. Sherrod. “Mr. Sherrod has found a way to weave sci-fi , mystery and romance together, and…do it with ease. “-Natori, author of…

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The Dawn of the Blood Moon: The Post Apocalyptic Tales of the Mundane- The Change (The Post Apocalyptic Tales of the Mudane Book 1)

The Dawn of the Blood Moon: The Post Apocalyptic Tales of the Mundane- The Change (The Post Apocalyptic Tales of the Mudane Book 1)

The end of the world has come. The government has been overturned and chaos has ensued. A typical suburban woman is estranged from her family and all that is familiar to her is lost. She finds herself in the depths of a tale of horror, humor, and self preservation. Her journey captivates your imagination. With…

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When It Changed

When It Changed

How much of Science Fiction is genuine science? Take away the fantastical clichés of space-travel, time-travel and artificial intelligence, and how much of what remains accurately represents contemporary scientific thinking? When It Changed is an attempt to put authors and scientists back in touch with each other, to re-introduce research ideas with literary concerns, and…

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Numbed!

Numbed!

When Logans class takes a trip to a math museum, his mischievous friend Benedict is sure it will be a boring dayuntil he discovers a robot and its creator in an off-limits area. The robot proves feisty, and soon both boys get zapped. They realize only later that theyd left the museum without their math…

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How to Make Friends with Demons

How to Make Friends with Demons

William Heaney is a man well acquainted with demons. Not his broken family — his wife has left him for a celebrity chef, his snobbish teenaged son despises him, and his daughter’s new boyfriend resembles Nosferatu — nor his drinking problem, nor his unfulfilling government job, but real demons. For demons are real, and William…

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A History of the New Ice Age

A History of the New Ice Age

The cryogenic freezing of the dead in hope of a eventual revival has long been the province of cranks and crazies. However, when two frozen mountain gorillas are successfully revived, cryogenics suddenly becomes a viable medical technology. The first humans are revived soon thereafter and though most of them have financial difficulties not to mention…

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Sorry I’m Not In Service: Part One

Sorry I’m Not In Service: Part One

Driving a bus around the streets of Brighton & Hove our narrator drifts through the seemingly utopian suburban dreamscape that is the ‘new’ England of the twenty-first century. However, all is not what it seems. Adopting the role of passive observer the bus driver travels ever deeper into a sterile landscape of the mind, devoid…

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Throwing a Haymaker

Throwing a Haymaker

Category: Short FictionClassification: Science FictionLength: 6600 words When Doctor Harry Westmore comes to visit carrying a stack of punch cards and intent upon using his computer, the wealthy Bart Toynbee thought it strange. When Westmore declared the discovery of weather control, Toynbee decides to dedicate his wealth to bring rain to countries hit by famine.…

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