Archive for 2011

OG’s Speculative Fiction, Issue 33

Great news! OG’s Speculative Fiction, Issue 33 has been released, featuring some of today’s best creative fiction and poetry. In John Rowles “House Always Wins,” a man tries to salvage his life at the card table. Michael Andre-Druissi’s “Breen Carnation” a man deals with an accident that causes the whole world to go breen. Also included is poetry from John Grey. Read these stories and more in this feature-packed issue.

OG’s Speculative Fiction, Issue 32

Great news! OG’s Speculative Fiction, Issue 32 has been released, featuring some of today’s best creative fiction and poetry. James Beamon’s “.vic of Smut 2.0″ is an exploration of what the future holds for sex. In Kyle H. Patrick’s “Insider” a man with a rare gift uses it to wreck havoc. Also included is poetry from Anna Sykora. Read these stories and more in this feature-packed issue. The only place you can find this issue is in the Amazon Kindle Store for only $.99. Feel free to follow the link below directly to the issue. Let us know what you think of the issue and don’t miss our other issues of OG’s Speculative Fiction if you haven’t read them.

OG’s Speculative Fiction, Issue 31

Great news! OG’s Speculative Fiction, Issue 31 has been released, featuring some of today’s best creative fiction and poetry. In Ronald D. Ferguson’s “Wake Up and Smell the Moonflowers” a unique couple finds out renting a castle is actually quite easy. Nyki Blatchley’s “The Great Queen” shows that good schemes must be thought out. Time is not always on your side in Dan Voltz’s “Past Forward. Also included is poetry from Greg Schwartz. Read these stories and more in this feature-packed issue. Let us know what you think of the issue! Don’t miss our other issues of OG’s Speculative Fiction if you haven’t read them.

OG’s Speculative Fiction, Issue 30

Great news! OG’s Speculative Fiction, Issue 30 has been released! It is a special double issue full of great speculative fiction stories from authors such as Andrew Knighton, Ian Charles Douglas, Brian Hurrel, and Jakob Drud as well as poetry from Robert S. King. Travel into the past and a kingdom with a lone magician or travel into the future where your own memories might be the end of you. Read these stories and more in this feature-packed issue. Let us know what you think of the issue! Don’t miss our other issues of OG’s Speculative Fiction if you haven’t read them.

OG’s Speculative Fiction, Issue 29

Great news! OG’s Speculative Fiction, Issue 29 has been released! In Rachel H. White’s “The 100th Universe” the world changes drastically with every decision Greg makes. In Shaylen Maxwell’s “One Giant Leap” a women struggles with her altered identity and the idea of pregnancy. Also included is poetry by Timons Esaias. Let us know what you think of the issue! Don’t miss our other issues of OG’s Speculative Fiction if you haven’t read them

What I’m Reading Now

I’m always looking for good new books and maybe you are too. Here is what I am reading now. And yes, I am often reading multiple books at once, depending on the mood I am in and what areas I am studying. Let me know what books you are reading in the section below. Tweet

OG’s Speculative Fiction, Issue 28

Great news! OG’s Speculative Fiction, Issue 28 has been released! In K.M. Lawrence’s Day Trippers, a woman is accused of changing the past. In Jack Ryan’s The Pirates of Panjandrum, a futuristic caper, a woman attempts to get even with her former lover. Also included is poetry by Ree Young. Let us know what you think of the issue! Don’t miss our other issues of OG’s Speculative Fiction if you haven’t read them.