Game Over

Game Over

Todd Thorne

Science Fiction & Fantasy / Short Stories

Timmy can't seem to get a break. First, his parents are destroying their marriage and in the process victimizing him. Second, he's got a monster under his bed, stuck there as a result of him losing a story duel with Joshua. Unfortunately Joshua doesn't want to waste time anymore with someone incapable of creating a truly terrifying virtualized story. Timmy isn't worthy. Or is he?Please note: Contains a short romantic story (approx. 16 pgs) and two 3-chapter samples of the author's other works. Joseph and Danni were college friends who abandoned their relationship after a flash-hot affair one Christmas weekend. When their paths cross again on another snowy Christmas Eve, fate gives them a rare second chance. Can they push beyond past hurt and finally find a home with each other for Christmas?Reviews for Home for Christmas:From Linda/A Good Night ReadIf you only have a few minutes for a quick read, this would be a good book to chose. Thanks Carol Burnside, for the perfect bedtime read. (Amazon, 5 STARS)From Ashantay/ A Christmas Wish Come TrueThis is a quick read, well-written and evocative. The characters are well-defined and easy to like and cheer for. A wonderful story to bring a quick lift to your day or to help diminish holiday season stress. Highly recommended. (Amazon, 5 STARS)From BlueEyes / Sweet Second ChanceExcellent writing, I love second chance romances and this one was a great quick read.-- (Amazon, 5 STARS)From SurferGirl / ExcellentExcellent for a short story. I will check out her other books. I like an author who knows how to write well and gets it done..-- (Amazon, 5 STARS)From Amazon customer/very shortThis was a cute Christmas story,very short and the character development was good for a twenty minute read. (4 STARS)
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Dark Doses

Dark Doses

Todd Thorne

Science Fiction & Fantasy / Short Stories

The future does not look bright . . .Seven dark and gritty tales of what-if from Todd Thorne describe a troubled tomorrow on the small scale, from the eyes of a few people enduring it. These doses span a little dystopia, doomsday, technology run amuck, and the bad side of virtual reality. Six of these stories were previously published in this 33,000 word collection of darker days to come.
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