Literature & Fiction

Storytellers

Storytellers

| February 23, 2018

The Storytellers have endured an eternity of infertility. As gods and goddesses, the only way they’ve been able to create life is by forming their own universes. Pokeetle, busy working on his newest solar system, is stunned when his lover, Madeline, visits and announces that she is pregnant. The new life pulses strongly inside of […]

Searching for Summer (The Reluctant Detective Book 1)

Searching for Summer (The Reluctant Detective Book 1)

| February 22, 2018

The first novel in The Reluctant Detective Series. Mirabelle’s daughter, Summer, disappears one Friday night, and Mirabelle would dearly love to rewind that day and live it differently. Instead, she is left not knowing if Summer is alive or dead, went of her own accord or was taken against her will. Casting all other concerns […]

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Statuette

Statuette

| February 21, 2018

I was lying on the floor. I was trembling. As if time had stopped. Except her, there was no one and nothing. She stood in her place; her eyes were ramming into me. I knew that it was killing me, but I could not take eyes off it. The whole floor, walls, and ceiling were […]

The Fireman: A Short Story

The Fireman: A Short Story

| February 18, 2018

An inspired, emotional short story from author Chelsea Clemmons.

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JETTISON!

JETTISON!

| February 18, 2018

It’s 1962. The prisons are overcrowded and it’s about to become worse due to budget cuts. Cain Cardwell, the President of the United States has a plan. Move the worst offenders on death row to a remote island. His closest confident, Jackson Draper, has doubts, realizing that the president has an alternate agenda that is […]

Latino in London: Live, laugh, love…

Latino in London: Live, laugh, love…

| February 17, 2018

Imagine winning a trip to the city of your dreams with all expenses paid… Live in London through the eyes of a new comer Twenty-two-year-old Juan Martinez’s humdrum life takes a drastinc upward turn when he learns that he’s won a trip to London to see the Rolling Stones in concert. London is the stuff his […]

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I Dreamed Of Juno Again

I Dreamed Of Juno Again

| February 16, 2018

On the death of their maternal grandmother, Fiona and her brother William decide to sell the family home. They contact a local estate agency and unwittingly set in motion a sequence of strange events and coincidences, which could be interpreted as hauntings or fanciful imaginings. Family, friends and all those involved with the sale of […]

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The Importance of Being Roger

The Importance of Being Roger

| February 15, 2018

Roger Sidebottom is a walking disaster. He doesn’t intend things to fall apart around him, but they generally do just that!Since childhood, he hated the surname fate pushed upon him by an uncaring father and a doting mother. His father abandons the family in order to run off with a ‘slapper’ from his workplace, leaving […]

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Mud Puddlers

Mud Puddlers

| February 15, 2018

William Black may be the first racketeer to ever hit Las Vegas. He isn’t content “puddling mud,” or pouring Hoover Dam’s concrete. He’s more concerned with running “the Black Bank,” an underground lottery complete with runners, middle men—the works. The only thing standing in his way is Simeon Eliason, the boomtown’s dictatorial mayor. But does […]

True Blue Tucker

True Blue Tucker

| February 13, 2018

Two men go in search of the real Australia, and find it in a bar in Munich. But what will they do with it now they’ve found it? Australia. What comes to mind when you see or hear this word? Guys in khaki shorts jumping into crocodile infested waters. Long, white sand beaches. Shrimps on […]

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