Free Fiction Monday: “Fast Cars”
The four musketeers plus one they call themselves: Johnny, Craig, Dale, Rennie and Carren. They want to make something of themselves, do great things after high school. So, they devise an experiment to guarantee their lives will amount to something. And that experiment changes their futures—but not in the ways any of them expects.
A Nebula Award-nominated story about dreaming of a future and looking back on the regrets of the past.
Kristine Kathryn Rusch
The free story will be available for one week only. If you missed this one, click on the links above. There’s another free story lurking somewhere around the site. Track the story down, read, and enjoy!
A New Uncollected Story
My latest Uncollected Anthology story, “At The Crossroads,” is also an Abracadabra Inc story. Find out more by clicking this link.
Light In The Darkness
Great, uplifting Storybundle with eleven marvelous works. Includes my fantasy novel Tiffany Tumbles (written as Kristine Grayson). Low, low price. Available until 10/4.
A New Romance Story
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Fiction River Readers Pick Their Favorites
Fiction River readers chose their favorite stories from the first four years, and those include my Kris Nelscott story, “Combat Medic.” Click here for lots of great reading!
Occasional Updates on Kris Nelscott’s Works
This fun anthology includes one of my stories, “Sing.” Lots of great (if short) reading here. Pick up yours in all major bookstores or click this link.
Little Green Men…Attack!
Some humor about aliens to lighten your mood. My story in this volume, “Little Green (Wo)men,” should make you chuckle. Click here for more information.
Best Mystery Stories of The Year!
“The heroine of Kristine Kathryn Rusch’s ‘Christmas Eve at the Exit’ struggles to make the holiday meaningful for her 10-year-old daughter while the pair are on the run….There isn’t enough Xanax in anyone’s medicine cabinet to calm the jitters these 20 skillful stories will unleash on a worried world.” —Kirkus
The Year’s Best Novellas
I am honored to announce that Paula Guran chose my novella “Inhuman Garbage” as one of the best novellas of the year. To order some wonderful novellas, click on this sentence.
The Year’s Best Science Fiction
I am honored to announce that Gardner Dozois chose my novella “Inhuman Garbage” as one of the best science fiction stories of the year. To order the novella and some wonderful fiction, click on this sentence.