The main character from “Shreddy and the Dancing Dragon” has a history of running afoul of modern technology. So, it was only a matter of time before the cantankerous tabby Shreddy went up against a Wii/PlayStation/Xbox-like video game console.
In celebration of Pi Day, we have a new story from the Wespirtech Universe for you!
Join Prilla — The Little Red Avian Alien — on her journey to make fresh grassberry crepelettes, the way she remembers them from when she was a hatchling. Along her path, Prilla must negotiate with a reptilian alien, aquatic alien, robot, and her dearest friend, a canine alien. If you’ve been reading our other stories, you’ll recognize a lot of these species. Continue reading “Happy Pi Day!”
We’ve received a special shipment — a Valentine’s Day present for you!
Today’s story is another furry sci-fi story set in the Wespirtech Universe. But this time, there are four different types of aliens! It’s a story of love and friendship, across species and among the stars. Please enjoy, Where the Heart Is.
Today we celebrate animal oracles and their whimsical capriciousness.
So, after you finish puzzling over a groundhog’s weather forecast, be glad that the groundhog is only forecasting the weather — not controlling it. In our newest story, Panda-Mensional, the pandas have more control than the main character would like.
We’re excited to bring you five cat stories from The Necromouser and Other Magical Cats! All five of these stories were published for the first time last year and are eligible for the 2015 Ursa Major Awards. Continue reading “Cat Stories!”
Our stories today take us back to the universe of Wespirtech, a place that we hope you’ll want to visit again in the future. For although this is the last day of our launch event, Deep Sky Anchor has settled into a stable orbit, and rest assured, we expect more shipments of fiction soon. Continue reading “Stable Orbit Achieved”
When a reader opens a book and starts reading, they’re hoping to get lost in the story, dive in so deep that the words stop being words and start being an entirely new world surrounding them, drawing them in. Of course, you can always close the book and come back home. Sure, it may be 3am, and you’ll be really tired the next day. Still, the real world is waiting for you outside of the story. Continue reading “The Deep Well of Story”