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Here is you will find the serialized editions of our first-in-series novels, as well as certain Works in Porgress.
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Shorts & Snippets

This is where we put shorter fiction, scenes that may occur between the books, and other in-universe ephemera
(think Marvel's One-Shots).

The Editing Room Floor: And Billie’s a Crowd

By Kathleen McClure and L. Gene Brown | November 16, 2022

We’re back, and in celebration of The Libra Gambit’s release, here’s a scene that was cut somewhere during the second draft, after we realized there was no room for another spy on the Moth. Side note: We love Billie, so much we even dream cast her (Lesley-Ann Brandt is a treasure!) and we fully expect to …

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The Editing Room Floor: Empty Calories

By Kathleen McClure and L. Gene Brown | August 16, 2022

Here’s another from The Libra Gambit’s editing room floor, and one which includes references to possibly the most comforting food I have ever known (says the person with no nut allergies), the grilled peanut butter and marshmallow sandwich, also known as the fluffernutter sandwich. Side note, the fluffernutter tends to use marshmallow cream, but my …

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Recent Posts

The Longest Shard: 28

By Kathleen McClure | January 9, 2023

The Longest Shard, originally published in spring of 2020, is a time-hopping prequel to Soldier of Fortune, and offers no spoilers.  For those who wish to read the novella all at once, the 99¢ ebook is available for purchase. Willing to read along every Monday, but still want to support Outrageous Fiction? Take a moment to …

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The Gemini Hustle: Chapter 40

By Kathleen McClure and L. Gene Brown | January 5, 2023

Chapter 40 Harry woke feeling absurdly well. He also felt a small, cool hand over his side, where the bullet had entered. Automatically, he flexed the fingers of his right hand, now free of the surgical splints. Opening his eyes, he met the blank stare of Viel Invera, which explained the sense of general good …

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