The Twelve Days of Fast Fiction was written between 13th December and 24th December 2012, and even as the stories were being written, I was being asked whether or not the stories would be available as an ebook.

So, here it is, in two formats, both in ePub and Kindle (.mobi) versions, both free for download. [Click on the appropriate link.]

(If you’ve accessed the page via a Twitter client, the links work better from an external browser…)

I’d be remiss if I didn’t extend my huge thanks to all the friends and creators who challenged me to write stories for them, so an incredibly large truckload of gratitude to Neil Gaiman, Wil Wheaton, Jason Arnopp, Greg Rucka, Amanda Palmer, Warren Ellis, Mitch Benn, Tony Lee, Kieron Gillen, Ed Brubaker, Matt Fraction and Jamie McKelvie – you’re all wonderful people.

And to those who’ve read them on the blog and those who download the ebook – I really enjoyed writing these stories, and I hope you enjoy reading them.

I’d like to extend the readership as far as possible, and I’d be grateful if you could spread the word.

There’s absolutely no obligation to do anything more, but if you think the ebook and stories are worth more than a tweet, feel free to donate a small amount via Paypal, using the donate button below.

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  1. Rob R says:

    Well done, is last years available

    • Thank you – I didn’t write a Twelve Days of Fast Fiction in 2011; however, two published volumes of the fast fiction challenge, containing 380 tales in total from previous years are available in print form from, or in ebook format from me direct.

  2. Jo Cadden says:

    I do love stumbling across a new ebook… I’m more than happy to spread the word – it has given me the inspiration to get round to doing something similar myself too x

  3. Ash says:

    the epub link doesn’t seem to work. this is the link you have up

    have tried this in firefox and chrome, on multiple occasions, and it doesn’t work. I get a “server not found” error.

    please advise of a working link, thank you. much appreciated.

  4. Reblogged this on Skylark Landing and commented:
    My two favorite words: Free Books.

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