Sins of the Future contains fifteen terrifying futuristic tales written by fifteen brilliant authors. Each tale is different than the next and they all come together beautifully to make up one amazing anthology. The stories vary in the futuristic realm, some happen here on Earth, other’s happen up in outer space. Some stories contain robots, other stories contain animals that walk and talk like we do.
Take a look at the banners created for each story to get an idea of just what our anthology is going to entail. We hope you are left on the edge of your seat in anticipation for our release October 31, 2015.
Mercury’s Kiss by Jen Ponce
Looking Through Different Eyes by Steven Soul
“Edd is willing to do anything to save his planet.”
…Add Green Sauce by Matt Lovell
“Todd likes green sauce – maybe a bit too much …”
Kitty by Boyd Miles
‘Science without ethics creates a new underclass. Forced into slums they create a society both dependent upon and victimized by mankind. What makes you an animal, what makes you human?’
Return to Sigma 7 by C. Lloyd Brill
Doris by Debbie Manber Kupfer
‘Good help is so hard to find, but today with the Vacuu-Droid 3000 series all your household worries are over – or have they only just begun?’
The Nyghtmare Machine by Don Miskel
The future ain’t what it used to be and technology can sometimes open the WRONG types of doors. A crime scene cleanup specialist discovers that his worst dreams come true in The Nyghtmare Machine.
They by Jackie Pitchford
In the near future They arrive and our world is changed forever, this is one persons journey through that change.
Malfeasance by Kerry E.B. Black
‘In a future age, information is uploaded directly into computing systems within people. This efficient access eliminates the need for books. When Winnie finds a mysterious tome, she’s fascinated. She smuggles it to show her friend, Joan, but Joan recoils. Winnie embraces archaic knowledge and discovers some information is better left unshared.’
The Day Everything Went Still by Leticia Toraci
‘Helena wakes up in a still world. She seems to have survived fatal drug-resistant pneumonia, even if she was dying the night before. She was then used to the idea of dying in a world taken to chaos by most of its population getting ill with fatal diseases. In this new world she can’t see dead bodies on the street, the supermarkets aren’t pilfered and she can’t see living humans around her house. To which world has she awaken to?’
In the Driving Lane by Misha Burnett
They said that everything was perfectly safe. They said that nothing could go wrong.
Graduation Day by Chasity Nicole
‘Graduation Day is supposed to be the greatest day of a teenagers life. You graduate high school and embark on a journey to college and into adulthood. But, sometimes what is supposed do happen on Graduation Day doesn’t happen. Sometimes, your life takes a horrible turn and you never know what your future was supposed to behold.’
Highly Strung by Stephen Blake
‘Are all those who do evil things evil? Or are they having their strings pulled by dark forces? Joe sees the truth of it. Only he wishes he couldn’t.’
The Man with Bio degradable Skin by Angela Garratt
“No longer do we test on animals in labs.”
The Verge by R.L. Andrew
‘Sebastian is torn between the only life he’s ever known and freedom. Mission after deadly mission Sebastian struggles against his bonds, gathering strength to fight the ultimate battle; for his soul.’