Fictionvale Episode 4 – Multi-Genre

We went back to our roots from Episode One and collected ten new stories from across genres. We have a bit of horror, some fantasy (both high and urban!), a little science fiction flavor, a smattering of romance, some suspense, and even a bit of steampunk!

Check out the lineup:

"The Calligrapher’s Lover" by Hope Zane

"Raw Appetite" by Christa Pagliei

"Mechanis Solis" by Benjamin Tyler Smith

"Starting Again" by Sim Bajwa

"In the Mirror" by Kaylea Champion

"Confession" by Richard Jay Goldstein

"Grandpa Deals With the Zombie Apocalypse" by Skeeter Enright

"Banned Girl" by S. G. Larner

"Lost and Found" by L. Chan

"Eisiden’s Sister" by Therese Arkenberg

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Fictionvale Episode 3 – A Different Outcome

What if zombies were used in World War One? What if the Chinese settled the American frontier? What if our future depends on a little girl with wheels in her feet?

Episode Three: A Different Outcome features ten stories set in alternate histories or near future settings. Check out the lineup!

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Fictionvale Episode 2: I Call My Spaceship Trigger

Saddle up your rocket, space cowpeople, it's time to warp-drive across all the universes fit to read!

Fictionvale Episode 2 blends, crosses, and stays true to Science Fiction and Western genres with a new batch of portable short fiction perfect for a quick read.

Episode 2 contents

"To Slay the Beast" by Mitch Richmond

"Diamante and Strass" by Lucy A. Snyder

"Four Things You’re Completely Wrong About and One You’re Not" by Mary Lou Klecha

"A Sheriff in the Deep" by Andrew Knighton

"Ruffians" by Jason Allard

"One of Our More Atypical Invasion Plans" by Bogi Takács

"Saving Mrs. Smith" by Anita Learned

"A Brief History of Time Travel: Why it is a Chronic Headache and a Colossal Waste of Time" by David Ballard

"Beneath a Sponsored Sky" by James L. Steele

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Fictionvale Episode 1: Enter Fictionvale

Episode 1 includes stories by Richmond Weems, Kristin Dearborn, Natalie Duvall, Eric Esser, Branden Linley, Renee Carter Hall, Margaret Ethridge, Chris Daruns, C.R. Langille, A. Merc Rustad, and Colin Heintze

Fictionvale was a bi-monthly digital short story magazine for all genres of popular fiction. Fictionvale's objective was to provide great stories across many popular genres. Short, quick reads you can finish while waiting in the doctor’s office, or while hanging out at your kid’s soccer practice, or while passing time in your underground bunker after the zombie apocalypse (okay, that one might be harder without electricity).

Fictionvale stories are geared for adults and mature young adults. While we are not about gratuitous sex and violence, there may be sex and there may be violence. We believe our audience can handle grown up topics and stories.

Each episode of the magazine was released as an e-book, downloadable and compatible with all major e-book readers. There were no subscriptions and still aren't. Buy the episodes you want, skip the ones you don’t. But we’ll bet you’ll find something cool in all the episodes! And you might even find some great stories in a genre you don’t normally read. We hope you do!

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