A literary anthology.
A literary flight of fancy, a collection of stories as convoluted as the mind of the author who wrote them.
Vivid, descriptive writing with twists and turns that will leave the reader wanting more.
A cornucopia of prose coupled with speed of light delivery.
A full-throttled bullet ride through imagination and beyond.
This… is the Potion Peddler’s Almanac by Colin R. James.
In Honor of Mother . . .
This collection of 20 Christian Mother’s Day Short Stories by D.I. TELBAT is written for mothers and about mothers around the world.
Where there is sacrificial love, there is a mother praying. Where there is a son who has gone astray, a mother is weeping. Where there is a daughter who is heartbroken, a mother offers her embrace.
For every mother, for every occasion, this collection honors those who can’t be honored enough. To all the mothers in our lives—Happy Mother’s Day!
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An Easy-As-Pie chapter book collection. Three Tilly and Torg books all in 1 place!
Tilly and Torg – Up In The Air: When Tilly and Torg are invited to a party at Auntie Glo’s house, they’re ready for takeoff! Join the two hilarious monsters as they take their first airplane trip, meet their monster relatives, and hit the beach!
Tilly and Torg – New Kids At School: Tilly and Torg are off to their first day of school. And whether it’s reading, math, art, or even recess – one thing is for sure! These two hilarious monsters have a lot to learn!
Tilly and Torg – Out To Eat: When there’s no food in the house, Tilly and Torg head out to a restaurant and one thing is for sure – with these two, trouble is always on the menu!
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Through the Mole Hole takes you on a journey through 28 terrifying, twisted, and thought-provoking tales.
Along the way, you will meet a young man who awoke to find a hole to another dimension in his arm, a couple whose painting is more than the simple portrait it appears to be, and a woman whose cat ate something it shouldn’t have. These are just a few of the unfortunate souls whose stories await you.
Do you dare take a peek at the worlds that lie on the other side of the mole hole?
The Table of Contents:
1. Beware of Clown
2. The Chair
4. Pissing Well
5. Knock Knock
6. Digital Soul
7. Washed Ashore
8. The Devil Called Me Up
9. Here Comes Santa Claus
10. The Stick
11. The Garden of Evil
13. Lost and Found
14. The Mole Hole
15. The Doctor is In (Featured on the Nosleep Podcast)
16. Bigger Fish
17. Sinus Trouble
18. Why Do Fools Fall in Love
19. Paddy Puddle Jumper
20. You are What you Eat
21. Sweet Granny Sweets
22. Hooked on Phonics
24. Welcome to Harrison High
26. The Monthly Visitor
27. Silly Putty
28. Cheaters Never Prosper
The Man of the House has built quite a stockpile of dirty short stories, all centering on one overriding theme: taking advantage of his Little Brats and Princesses! He wants them in every compromising position, from stuck hand first in the kitchen sink, to trapped as a Genie slave, to even ending in taboo matrimony!
His desires just get filthier and filthier every time he imagines a new forbidden situation, and it’ll take nothing but absolute completion to sate his animal hunger!
Check out the inside flap for the titles to all 20 stories!
3 Stories by master science fiction storyteller Daniel McMillan, author of Eve of Ascension, that remind us –
DON’T BELIEVE EVERYTHING YOU SEE…
Sanctuary -After Mary Russell has her ingenious proposal rejected by the tech company she works for, she decides to move on and create her vision without them. In realizing her life’s ambition, everything else in her world is torn apart. She should have been more careful what she wished for.
Komodo -A battle hardened Galactic war veteran whose reason for living has been taken from him faces off against impossible odds. He could be reunited with his dead wife sooner than he thinks.
Mantle -An anonymous, mysterious hero from a desolate future passes down what he has learned to the next generation of saviors, a boy he encountered while responding to a “calling”. What he doesn’t know about his powerful young student surely couldn’t hurt him, right?