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 “Monday Flash Fic” into the blog’s search field.
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.