Wednesday Briefs: July 15, 2020

Here is a list of all the authors flashing this week, along with a brief snippet from their latest free work. Click the link after the snippet to be taken to the complete story on the author’s home page.

Unicorn Quests: Chapter Thirty-seven by Cia Nordwell

We herded the foals between us. It was strange being back in my body, but at the same time, I’d lived most of my life as a unicorn. It should feel natural.

Why didn’t it? Maybe it was shock. My mind couldn’t quite catch up, and my horn ached.

I had to think about the placement of each hoof as I trotted behind my family, keeping them all in view as I swept the forest for threats at the same time. Dizzy spells swept over me, and I blinked rapidly trying to keep the forest in focus when the trees

Phases of Moon: Part 16 by J. Alan Veerkamp

The fiery ache in every muscle dragged a moan out of Jimmy, making him nearly gag on the gritty taste across his tongue. He spit out a mouth full of dirt in a vain attempt to clear the taste. Finding himself lying face first on the ground surrounded by trees, he pushed his hair back, ignoring the grass tangled in the dark, unwashed tresses. Eventually, he rolled over into a seated position. A sharp rock bit into his bare ass and he had to sweep it out from under him. A quick glance told him what he’d suspected. No nearby clothing to be found.

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Super Trooper #25 (5.1) by Julie Lynn Hayes

Evan had never been so pampered in his entire life. Chan insisted on waiting on him hand and foot. Evan had tried to dissuade him, but eventually he realized that taking care of Evan made Chan feel better and less helpless in the face of Evan’s injury, so he gave up and simply relaxed under Chan’s loving ministrations.

Chan had called his office and told them he was taking the next two days off, citing personal reasons. Apparently they were fine with that and never even questioned what those reasons were. Evan ended up having the weekend off, which seldom happened. He suspected that was Christina’s doing, with more than a little help from

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