How to get your hands on 30k words of FREE fiction

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Steve Boseley

half a loaf of fiction Steve BoseleyFor a long time, I’ve been offering a free story to readers as an incentive to join my email list. It has been chugging along, adding people here and there, but I felt like I wanted to offer something more. Something different. But what? Two stories? I’m not sure if I can sell myself on the back of one short story, or even two. I need something more. After much searching and thinking, I came up with the idea for ‘Half a Loaf of Fiction.’

I couldn’t settle on one thing, so I’ve come up with a compendium of my work, covering horror (of course), humour (of course), plus much more! At this point in my writing life, I’m interested in making links with potential readers, so I wanted to share parer of me in this book, so as well as short stories, you can also read some of my…

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The start of a fictional story (title wanted)

From a budding writer; my 11 year old amazing niece!

Stories4U

The clattering of the hooves against the tough gravel. “Go! Go!” I yelled to Queen. I kept looking back as we got further and further away from the orphanage. Through the Australian bush Queen and I went. The more further from the dreadful place the temperatures seemed to rise. Queen started to sweat and slowly started to move from a gallop to a canter. I decided to stop. I slowed Queen down to a trot then a walk then led her near a tree where I latched her reined onto a branch. I unzipped my rucksack and took out a container of water. I screwed off the lid and held it up to Queen’s muzzle. After a short break we were back on the path. Since it was so hot I decided to continue to walk instead of gallop for Queen’s sake.Two hours had past trekking through bush land, there…

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The Outcast’s Bloghouse welcomes… Davide Mana

This week’s member inducted into The Oucast’s Bloghouse is the man of mystery – Davide (Dave) Mana. After his parents disappeared under an avalanche while exploring the Himalayas, Davide Mana was raised by the monks in a Tibetan monastery where he learned mentalism and the ancient superscience of Lemuria... That would be cool, isn't it? … Continue reading The Outcast’s Bloghouse welcomes… Davide Mana