Category Archives: Free Stories

Free Friday – 31st May

This weekend’s Free Friday giveaway is;

Chasing the Bard

Use coupon code LZ45D at checkout but make sure to get it before Monday, 3rd June 2013!

Sive, the goddess of battle, hopes that William Shakespeare may be able to change the fate of her people. The Fey are dying, killed by something beyond the boundaries of worlds. But a dark power imprisoned by human and Fey, plots to destroy both worlds, and unmake all that they have created. Can the magic of word and imagination save creation?

Chasing the Bard

Free stories for your Kindle- weekend of April 7th

We’ve just cracked over 12,000 stories given away on the Kindle here at Imagine That! Studios.

This weekend, we aim to give away a bunch more, so get them while they are available!

All Weekend long

Elysium by Emma St. John

Jessie is good at everything. She has to be, since home is so much of a mess. One night, she and her parents head out to a regular event, but along the way Jessie learns that nothing is regular about any of them, and she is fated to stand between humanity and the divine.

The Chronicles of the Last Herald are a YA short story series.

Final Cut– by Jonathan Carter

Warning; this is horror erotica. The darkness of this short story may not be for everyone. The steak is served bloody, so it’s not for children.

Something terrible is in Anna’s mind. Something alien that uses desire as a whip. As she is sent back in time to Victorian London she wonders is it trying to drive her mad or if something even more nefarious is going on?

Sunday Only

Aladdin and His Wonderfully Infernal Device–  by Tee Morris

From the imagination behind the award-winning Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences series comes a steampunk novella to a legend from A Thousand and One Arabian Nights.

Aladdin is a street-wise thief that finds himself under the tutelage of a world-renown illusionist. He is escorted deep into the deserts in search of a treasure beyond his wildest dreams, and discovers instead something far more valuable—a destiny.