Free Short Fiction: Apex Digest Online

Apex Digest

Dear God! How’s this for a teaser?

Maxwell Sanders pressed the phone closer to his ear as if that would somehow bring comprehension. “Did you say trolls?”

I note this to return to later, when I have some sort of (iPod) e-(Touchbook) reading device.

(Shut up, Sony! I’m weak. I still have Reader lust!)

And all of you must read: Apex Editor: Deb Taber, which is brief, non-fiction, and funny.

— via Twitter from ApexBookCompany

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3 Comments on “Free Short Fiction: Apex Digest Online”

  1. DarcKnyt Says:

    How can I read this fiction? I’ve subscribed to the site via email (only option I could see), but none of their Apex Digest headings are links, so … I’m a little confused. Any advice? Or do I need a reading device?

    Thanks for the tip, too!

  2. mikecane Says:

    Offhand, I think it’s read on web only. Email is probably just a notification that another issue has been published.

  3. DarcKnyt Says:

    I think you’re right. As it turns out, the headers ARE links after all, but they didn’t trigger my pointer to indicate such until I actually clicked on one. Works fine, I read a piece, and I’d like to say thanks again for highlighting it. :)

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