Free Stories July 8-12

For those of you who haven’t read Look to the Stars or The Freeport Mutineers, both short stories will be available for free this weekend.  Feel free to pick up a free copy and please leave reviews!

The Freeport Mutineers

The Freeport Mutineers, by Kal Spriggs
The Freeport Mutineers, by Kal Spriggs

Young Midshipman Wachter is about to face the rope.

Troubled by the rumors spread throughout the Southern Fleet, the young officer turned to the Marines and Sailors under his command… yet he and they were betrayed, arrested, and convicted of mutiny, all under the orders of the ambitious Lord Admiral Hennings.

Faced with the prospect of not only his own death, but that of the men under his command, Wachter must somehow find a way to do the right thing. Yet there is little hope with he and his men jailed, weaponless, and condemned, while the town of Freeport lies under martial law and the threat of dark sorcery.

Only one course lays open to him, to break his oaths and to swear allegiance to the cause of another, to become exactly what his enemies have accused him of being: a mutineer.

Look to the Stars

Look to the Stars, a short story by Kal Spriggs
Look to the Stars, a short story by Kal Spriggs

Sometimes it’s hard not to kill anyone.

Mason McGann is a smuggler, a liar, and a cheat. With his ship impounded by customs, he figures he has no choice left but to auction off information about the lost Dreyfus Fleet. But things are never what they seem when you hold information that can change the course of history.    All Mason wants is to buy his ship back, but he might have already set greater events in motion than he realizes.

Mason has to deal with a rogue military commander who is willing to kill for the power to conquer entire star systems.  Worse, he’s going to have to face his own past… 

There’s nothing in it for him, just his own stubbornness and the knowledge that if he doesn’t take a stand, millions could die. 

Look to the Stars is a short story in the Shadow Space Universe

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