This is a short thread about short stories from a short sudden obsession just short of total mania. It was initially branched off /r/shortstories, and I've found a couple interesting ones since then, such as Jokester by Asimov and All You Zombies by Heinlein (yes, prominent scifi theme), but, the purpose of this thread, anyone know of some other good ones?
p.s. would someone please delete the duplicate post of this?
Chapter - 01 The Hunt Begins
Chapter - 02 Sinister Interrogation
Chapter - 03 Frails Fate
Chapter - 04 Silent Archiver
Chapter - 05 Archiver Origin
Chapter - 06 New Beginning
Chapter - 07 Conrad's Distress Call
Chapter - 08 Body Transfer
Chapter - 09 Into the Night
Chapter - 10 Saving a Brother
My writing is also posted on Wattpad, please vote and comment if you like the story thus far.
This writing contains the following;
Chapter 0 (Prologue)
Chapter 1 (First Wave)
Chapter 2 (Draft)
Chapter 3 Training/Preparation
Chapter 4 (New Hostile)
I'm a peculiarly avid book reader. Acquired a Kindle when I was in Junior High, read my way to my current position much to the frowns and odd looks of my peers. So, eventually, I started pondering the meaning of life and all, and one question; what makes a book good to you? What makes you want to read it?
Is it the characters, the plot maybe? Is it genre-specific, or do you enjoy just the excellent write of the author? Is it a combination, or something else?
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