While this blog is festooned with links to free stuff it seems that it might be a touch easier for folks if I put them all in one place. So, here we go.
Juggernaut - BRAND NEW!! Set in the distant future, Juggernaut is the story of a human/alien fusion and her strange family. They live in an era where sexuality, in all its myriad forms, isn’t taboo but violence is. This group of aristocratic soldiers, who just happen to be related, must face down their own petty, in the grand scheme of things, problems and stop a trans-dimensional creature before it destroys the universe. Or not. It really depends on their mood at the time. Rated "M for Mature."
Legends Parallel - The perfect series for anyone who thought quantum physics wasn't violent, or sexy, enough. You can read issue #1 for free online, and the first 6 pages of every issue after that. There are fees if you wish to download or purchase print copies. Rated "M for Mature."
Jungle Grrl - A future Earth is a sex-park with dino clones. A 10 page character intro. You can read it for free online. There are fees if you wish to download or purchase print copies. Rated "M for Mature."
Ruh Roh Rangers - A group of meddlesome teens are now meddlesome adults. A bent look at a Saturday morning classic. It'll ruin your childhood and make your day. A 10 page character intro. You can read it for free online. There are fees if you wish to download or purchase print copies. Rated "M for Mature."
Savorzic - A woman trapped inside a man, a god trapped inside a human. Since she's all one person, she has issues. An 8 page character intro. You can read it for free online. There are fees if you wish to download or purchase print copies. Rated "T for Teen."
A Letter from An Editor - Winner of a 2013 Sci-Fi Editors' Choice award. A young, mentally challenged, man receives a rejection letter and ends up spawning an interplanetary war.
The Space Clowns of Zoimba Prime - What could possibly be happier than a space circus with nuclear warheads? A clown named Slappy McClownDick might be the answer.
Twerking for Jesus - She wanted to do something fun with her family. Instead she summoned Chtulhu. Features a mandatory appearance on the Ellen Show (not authorized by any breathing beings).
Fourteen Frogs - You're worried about the Illuminati. I'm worried about who runs the Illuminati.
And The Beat Goes Phut - A DJ witnesses the apocalypse while sharing a drink with the terrorist who started it. The first story I ever had commercially published.
If Thou Art God - Tongei comes to Earth to be its god. That goes about as well you'd expect.
The Birth of Bill McSciFi - How a screw up at Amazon led to a nickname.
Indie Sci Fi Fantasy - Cocaine and cows.
Zeedub Bezzies - Chaos, cooking, and Iranian lesbians. This one covers some ground.
Genesis Science Fiction Radio (podcast)
Escape the Every Day (Cindy Tomamichael)
Angelic Musings (Aaron Michael Hall)
Galaxy of Authors (J. C. Steele)
Sland, from The Brittle Riders,
interviewed by The Knights of the Science Fiction Roundtable
Eric Klein (hard SF interview)
The 'bleak' quote is from a Catholic priest. It should give you an idea of what you're getting into.