Free Reads

Links to my free reads. All original works are copyrighted by Theo Fenraven.

Whenever I have time or feel inspired, I post a flash fic to the blog. To find them (there are too many to post here), plug “Flash Fic” into the blog’s search field.

(A Cautionary Tale) The Real Enemy; flash fic. A reminder that the coronavirus isn’t the only thing to be feared.

Reflections of Paris, a short piece of fiction inspired by a gorgeous photo of the Eiffel Tower.

Larry Stylinson: Ten Years Later, a two-part 1D short that explores what might happen between Louis and Harry down the road.

A Pirate’s Tale, a brief history of Wiley, ship’s boy, his captain, and the quartermaster.

Black, a Short Story (The Queer Revolution): Inspired by events happening in Washington and deep red states. I was really angry when I wrote it.

Bad Fit: A short story in four chapters. Jon and Shell wake up on a beach, not knowing how they got there or where they are.

Christmas Story: Unexpected: Marc has been putting in long hours at work, and Miles suspects him of having an affair. He’s totally wrong, however, as he finds out one morning a couple days before Christmas.

White Collar: After Paris: Fanfic in seven parts, taking place after Neal vanished at the end of the series. You don’t have to know the show to appreciate the story, however; it was written so anyone could enjoy it.

Numbers: Originally published by Dreamspinner Press, now a free read on my blog.

The Housekeeper: Jamie, Will’s housekeeper, tells his story. Last in the series.

Picture This: The second story in the Will Crawford trilogy. This one is mostly erotica and centers around a photographer and Will.

Love at First Sight: Will Crawford meets Ren Starkey at a bookstore and falls in lust. Will chases, Ren runs. Does he get the guy in the end? This is the first of three Will Crawford stories; the other two will be along in a while. 🙂

The Elevator: Chris and Nelson get stuck in an elevator. That’s all you need to know. 🙂 Posted at Brandon Shire’s blog.

The Ubiquitous Ass: Dil and Mary have an interesting conversation over lunch one day.

Honesty: They worked together, it didn’t happen then, but two years later, Collin and Paul get together and all that pent-up lust explodes… but will it be derailed by an unexpected argument?

Balancing Act: I think the world of dance/ballet is a sexy one, so I wrote this short piece about an instructor and his young student. (Don’t worry, the student’s of age!)

The Cafe Cat: Written for the May edition of Dreamspinner’s newsletter.

Little Red Riding Hood: A Cross-Dressing Fairytale: It just popped into my head one day and demanded to be written.

Four Minutes: Oh, this has become a favorite of mine. Written in one day, and it came together beautifully.

Weird in Wisconsin: Inspired by a trip around western Wisconsin.

7 Responses to Free Reads

  1. Karen says:

    Hi Theo,
    I don’t know if you remember me, but I left you a message awhile ago after reading your short story entitled 4 minutes. I had checked out some of your other stories at that time as well and noticed that you had password protected some of the chapters for Lavender Rose. I would like to read this story if you are still sharing the password for these chapters, unless of course you have changed your mind and decided to publish. In which case I will happily await the release of this story and purchase a copy. Thanks.

  2. Karen says:

    Oops, I forgot to add, pdf please.

  3. Karen says:

    Hi Theo, I’m busy poking around on the internet tonight and I have to admit your site is a regular stop for me, there’s usually something interesting going on. But I realized I hadn’t gotten around to this which is to thank you for having sent me the copy of Lavender Rose and to tell you; I absolutely loved the story it was awesome. I’m not honestly sure what I was expecting and sometimes when I start a story I’m really just hoping for a good read and Lavender Rose was a very, very good read. I was thoroughly entertained the whole time I was reading it. Thank you.

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