(NOTE BEFORE READING: Use the links. They’re your friends.)
Ladies and gentlemen, may I have your attention, please? You’ve been patient. You’ve been diligent. You’ve been loyal. Now, for demonstrating such tremendous qualities, such incredible attributes, such unbelievable resolve, you shall be rewarded! Friends, bloggers, Earthlings, lend me your ears! The time has come, yet again, for you to get your proper dose of excitement, adventure, and intrigue! People of the Net, without further delay, I present to you this week’s Friday Fiction!
Ah, but this isn’t just any Friday Fiction. This week, you’re getting THREE TIMES the twists, THREE TIMES the turns, THREE TIMES the tales you enjoy so much! And here they are:
From Dylan Alexander, continuing his western fantasy series, the fourth episode of Path to Nowhere! What’s that? You haven’t caught up yet in the series? That’s all right! Click HERE to begin your journey!
From O.L. Percivall, a new kind of tale, daring to examine reality in a unique, intricate way, The Ultimate Frequency! Ah, but there’s more to this than just that. This isn’t simply a story to be read. YOU, the READER, the AUDIENCE, the HONORABLE GUEST, may participate in the creation of this adventure! Just leave a comment below, or contact us directly, and what you say may have an impact on the next chapter!
And finally, from newcomer Brandon Scott, comes…
…I’m sorry, I’m going to drop character for just a moment. I don’t want to give anything away about this one, for a very good reason. Just read and enjoy.
Okay, back to the Fictionmonger…
…and HERE WE ARE! Yes, you have not one, not two, but THREE tales this week! We hope you enjoy just as much as we enjoyed creating them. It’s all for you, the READER!
Before you go, we would also like to give thanks to the fabulous Melodie Harris, for once again providing her artistic abilities in the crafting of the illustration found in Path to Nowhere!
That’s all for this week folks!
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