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    • Short Story Press Presents Benji's Book

    • By: Tara Mitchell, Short Story Press
    • Narrated by: Laura Johnson
    • Length: 29 mins
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    Elsa, the librarian, asks Benji to lend her a hand in putting books away. They immediately establish a strong connection and forge a lasting friendship. She encourages him to read from the subjects and topics he enjoys. She prompts him to follow his desires. Benji soon learns there is a vast world in front of him to make of, what he wishes. He gains confidence to make decisions for himself concerning his education and future. 

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    • Short Story Press Presents Better Than Syntax

    • By: Short Story Press, Blaise Marcoux
    • Narrated by: Eric Boozer
    • Length: 35 mins
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    He is a famous author, a man who has penned best sellers. He is a man with a wife and a safe, sedate life. Then, what drives his inner sorrow? What fuels his hidden frustration? In this modern world, he understands more than the average person. He is able to communicate better than the best orator, the most talented blogger, or the greatest novelist. Yet, all his thoughts are imprisoned within him because of the fear they can cause, until the man meets two strange twin girls.

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    • Short Story Press Presents Summer of Saracens

    • By: Short Story Press, James England
    • Narrated by: Joseph Prince
    • Length: 44 mins
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    In the summer of AD 777, Charlemagne rode out to conquer the Saracens and reclaim Hispania for the Holy Roman Empire. While immortalized in the words of medieval poets, scholars, and historians, the story never told is the one of what happens when all the men leave and the village is left to run itself. This is a story of Lady Matilda, the wife of Lord Harold, one of Charlemagne’s many lieutenants. After Lord Harold departed, nearly two years ago, Matilda, her maiden, Marta, and her steward, Otto, had been left to maintain the affairs of their small hamlet of Doblesmark.

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    • Short Story Press Presents Love in 3D

    • By: Valerie Lizotte, Short Story Press
    • Narrated by: Starr Ackerman
    • Length: 37 mins
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    Eddie has stepped in a virtual-travel cabin looking for a distraction from his bleak life, and on an impulse, he has made the journey to the era of the 1950s. There he meets Marylyn, a pretty waitress working in a snack bar. She is so different from the women he has been keeping company with that Eddie feels himself attracted to her, attracted to how real and transparent she is. However, Marylyn is not real and is the product of sophisticated computer coding. He tries to rationalize his attraction for her, but nothing can convince his heart, and that is where the trouble starts.

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    • Short Story Press Presents They Are Everywhere

    • By: Matthew Kilpatrick, Short Story Press
    • Narrated by: Wayne Jones
    • Length: 31 mins
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    “They Are Everywhere” is a story that combines the elements of the most spine-tingling supernatural horror with the funniest comedy. Never before have malevolent spirits, poltergeists, and haunted houses been so funny. Make no mistake though, the terror is real; it’s the witless protagonists and their incredibly inappropriate reactions that give the story its humor. 

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    • Short Story Press Presents An Illustrated Warning

    • By: Short Story Press, Matthew Kilpatrick
    • Narrated by: Will Tulin
    • Length: 35 mins
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    “An Illustrated Warning” is a carefully crafted and creepy tale designed to unsettle and chill you. You’ll be held rapt to attention as the dread sets in and things go from odd to eerie and then from eerie to utterly frightening. There is plenty of fright in this story, which is made up of several elements that work together to create a terrifying whole.  

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    • Short Story Press Presents Another 28 Days

    • By: Short Story Press, Matthew Kilpatrick
    • Narrated by: Bob Barton
    • Length: 28 mins
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    Another 28 Days is the story of one desperate, damaged man’s constant struggle to manage and control two sides of his nature, both of which are destructive, but which also seem to be in direct conflict, making keeping them in check a challenge. 

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    • Short Story Press Presents Lights, Camera, Horror!

    • By: Short Story Press, Sade Andria Zabala
    • Narrated by: Loralie Jacqueline
    • Length: 40 mins
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    A group of film majors attempt to film a horror movie over spring break for their final project. Despite the horror theme, Carrie is not a believer in the supernatural. She and her classmates enlist the help of Jack's older brother, who is a famous Hollywood director.  

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    • Short Story Press Presents An Unexpected Revenge

    • By: Short Story Press, Valerie Lizotte
    • Narrated by: Eric Boozer
    • Length: 33 mins
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    Mark is handsome, and he knows it. He is also ruthless and arrogant. It is often a very dangerous combination, and Mark is no exception. He uses his good looks to seduce beautiful women and do terrible, unspeakable things to them. He enjoys it immensely and considers this occupation the real purpose of his life. Then, one night, as he is on the prowl for his next victim, he spots Jasmine. She is beautiful and intriguing, and he wants her. Her appetite for life is an irresistible turn-on for Mark.

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    • Short Story Press Presents Squire Ryanus

    • By: Short Story Press, David Beaver
    • Narrated by: Wayne Jones
    • Length: 45 mins
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    "Squire Ryanus" follows the tale of a young man who’s been a member of the Order of Majestic Truth most of his life in pursuit of the dream of becoming a Paladin. There he has given up childhood, friendships, and family in pursuit of the dream to gain a title in the order. After years of strife, he finally receives an invitation from the council to finally gain his title. Becoming a Paladin will consist of more than a mere knighting ceremony, however. Instead he will embark on a journey alone in order to obtain the Shield of Light, a powerful artifact that has been stolen.

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    • Short Story Press Presents The Gig

    • By: Cody Weinmann, Short Story Press
    • Narrated by: Andrew Jones
    • Length: 43 mins
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    The audiobook The Gig is a story of American horror and tragedy that involves the downfall of a once-successful musician who had traveled the world, one coffee shop, one bar, and one stage at a time. Under the recession, he fell out of work. He began searching coffee shops, just begging different shop owners for work. He was never seen without his sax in hand, but after the 30th "No" from the 30th club or coffee house, he is sitting having coffee when he falls to the floor in a massive, convulsing seizure. 

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    • Short Story Press Presents Love's Silver Lining

    • By: Short Story Press, Jordan Lane
    • Narrated by: Alexander Morris
    • Length: 53 mins
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    Sometimes it is so easy to fall into a routine that you never notice when you are becoming a part of the woodwork. When that change does come, we can either embrace it or discard it. However if we are brave enough to embrace it, we might discover that there is a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Or in Delancy Smith’s case, she discovered that to every dark cloud, there is a silver lining.  

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    • Short Story Press Presents Elementary, My Dear Officer

    • By: Jordan lane, Short Story Press
    • Narrated by: Tim Carper
    • Length: 32 mins
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    Detective Jeffrey Madison is known for bringing miscreants to justice but lately has found himself tired of the same petty crimes that never seem to end. First Bobby Rae steals from the convenience store and then tries to buy his freedom because he feels that he has done nothing wrong. Then Ms. Clayhorn needs him to rescue her Calico cat and grandson, who managed to end up at the top of the same oak tree, although the older lady seems more concerned with the cat than her sobbing grandson. 

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    • Short Story Press Presents Knight Adventure

    • By: Short Story Press, Edward Kurtz
    • Narrated by: Carol Weakland
    • Length: 31 mins
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    An old castle, a courageous knight, a beautiful princess, a sacred icon, an evil wizard, and two little sparrows: these are some of the exciting things in store for you in Edward Kurtz’s latest magical story.

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    • Short Story Press Presents Running into the Rain

    • By: Short Story Press, Brandon Dowless
    • Narrated by: Matthew Thompson
    • Length: 33 mins
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    Alan and Katie, a young couple married for not quite a year, have both been consumed with work and wrapped up in starting their lives ever seen their marriage. But now, they've been given the chance to escape their busy lives for the first time since their honeymoon. Unfortunately, Mother Nature has other plans, and strong thunderstorms follow the unlucky couple all the way to their destination and stick around. Unable to fully enjoy all the ocean has to offer, the two are stuck inside for the weekend. Now, the young couple has to find ways to enjoy themselves indoors.

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    • Short Story Press Presents Jumping Candlestick

    • By: Ruth Pettite, Short Story Press
    • Narrated by: Liz A. Miller
    • Length: 39 mins
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    Angelique wants nothing more than to meet her personal Prince Charming. She becomes involved in a domestic case, and the officer in the case takes a liking to her stern attitude and brilliance in domestic law. Frederick comes back after being shunned and verbally excused from this teacher’s presence. She is aware of everything, except that he is readily and eagerly interested in her. After accepting a hasty date decision, Angelique decides that maybe a Prince Charming may come to her after all. 

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    • Short Story Press Presents The Tronik Gambit

    • By: Salim Farhat, Short Story Press
    • Narrated by: Dean Eby
    • Length: 40 mins
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    The Tronik Gambit is the story of a rag-tag group of air pirates. Like their older, sea-borne brethren, they spent years terrorizing aerial shipping, raiding ships on the seas with float-planes, and robbing towns and remote outposts on land, and using their machines to make the fastest getaways imaginable. Operating from a massive flying aircraft carrier and using clouds, mist, and forbidding terrain to hide their presence and move around with impunity, their weapons and machines are makeshift and purchased from corrupt industrialists and created entirely from scratch.

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    • Short Story Press Presents Agent Romanov

    • By: Natashiah Jansen, Short Story Press
    • Narrated by: Nikki Kwiatkowski
    • Length: 45 mins
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    Brigitte had a rough start in life. It all began when her village was bombed when she was just a child. After being sent to the US by a refugee agency, she drifted from one foster home to another for some time. In her pursuit to find the sense of family, she is recruited by the Russian mob, where she meets up with an old friend. The mob offers them everything except freedom. She wants more. She changes her name and makes a new life for herself. 

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    • Short Story Press Presents Waiting for Martin

    • By: Ona Jo-Ellan Bass, Short Story Press
    • Narrated by: Jacqueline Stephenson
    • Length: 34 mins
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    Waiting for Martin is set in a nebulous future-never in which catastrophic environmental change has returned ancient beings to Earth, as well as raining down a disastrous helping of new ones. A family of children try to make their way home to their older brother, who is their guardian, when a bit of environmental fallout gets in their way.

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    • Short Story Press Presents True Wind

    • By: Short Story Press, Matthew Kilpatrick
    • Narrated by: Scott Allen
    • Length: 44 mins
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    “True Wind” is a fantasy adventure story set in a secondary world where magic exists and so do merfolk (although not in the form traditionally depicted in similar stories). Moonheart, a young merman of the Calm Winds tribe, is sent on a mission to rescue a human (or “drylander”) woman from the clutches of another drylander country’s enemy nation. He must also take his young, vulnerable sister, True Wind, so that she may discover her destiny.  

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