The Teleporter

What if there was a power like no other? What if one drunken slouch happened to stumble where nobody has stumbled before and discovered the ability to teleport! Just when you thought there were enough super hero stories in this world, we made another one… Kurt Wiseman is your average mid-twenties slouch with a serial thirst for alcohol, that is until destiny calls upon him to stumble where no man has clumsily stumbled before. By day he works for a familiar sounding, power hungry, media controlling, mega rich American businessman who represents everything wrong with society today. Whilst investigating this politically loaded story arc Kurt accidentally acquires a super power like no other. The ability to teleport! Before he can think about saving the day, Wiseman must endure a journey of self-reflection by earning the trust of his friends and overcoming his greatest weakness, booze. Even if the path is filled with comic book cliché, inappropriate one liners and genre busting fourth wall action. Not all heroes in this world are the same and with great power comes the possibility to go viral! This is a story that will unite humanity… Kurt Wiseman is the Teleporter!


Meet Lee Hall

Lee Hall is a Best Selling Indie Author from the UK. He has spent many years reading, writing, blogging and performing. The fruits of such are multiple indie published books crossing several genres and of course a loyal following. From occult thrillers with monsters, witches and vampires that eventually became known as the ‘Order of the Following Series’ to paranormal romance and even the tale of a drunken superhero looking for justice. All of his works carry a deeper meaning that tribute the events from real life, because all good fiction is rooted in some level of truth. Most days you can find Lee on Twitter trying to be witty and supporting fellow creatives.

The Old Wolf

A former hitman is forced out of retirement when his local Post Office if robbed, with him in it, and his favourite teller is killed. The Wolf reunites with his ‘team’ and goes on a trail of revenge that puts him in the crosshairs of both the government and a private security firm. From the author who brought you ‘You’re Gone’ comes a murderously dark action comedy.

Meet J.S.Morton

Secrets Revealer 1 Bank Ghost

After the discovery of a stunning pharaonic tomb, the lives of Mansour, Karim, and Huda are turned upside down. Things become even more bizarre and complicated when a mummy ghost robs an Egyptian bank vault. Panic and confusion grip the city, and the battle to reclaim the stolen money becomes a showdown between them and the mysterious thieves. In an attempt to unravel the mysteries and put an end to the ongoing series of thefts, they turn to Kamal, a former notorious criminal known for his exceptional intelligence and expertise. Kamal leads them on a thrilling and suspenseful journey, revealing to them how the initial theft took place and the behind-the-scenes of the crime. As the events unfold, Arthur, the enigmatic Interpol officer, emerges. Overflowing with bravery and skill, he joins their struggle to uncover the identity of the thieves. They are all surprised by the shocking truth that the “innocent American family” carries dangerous secrets and a dark past. Over time, the team faces an unexpected challenge, forcing them to either surrender or fight. The dark side of the story is uncovered, and hopes of defeating the thieves fade away. However, in the end, something remarkably unexpected happens, shaking everyone and putting things right. The novel ” Bank Ghost” is distinguished by its thrilling events, taking you on a complex narrative journey of deception and manipulation. Will the police and their team manage to uncover the truth? Or are they unable to defend their rights and safety? Stay tuned for the astonishing developments in this novel that holds a lot of intrigue and excitement.

Meet Mohammad Saad

An Egyptian writer, graduated from the Faculty of Education, English Language Department, and winner of the Creativity 5 competition in the field of novel writing. This is his third novel after “created” and “place.”

My Life’s a Joke

What does it take to become a professional stand-up comedian? You need a good sense of humour and loads of determination, of course, but mostly you just need material. Lots of lots of material. Ryan Murphy took care of that requirement early on in his life through a series of awkward encounters and spectacular failures. Now, for the first time ever, he shares the hilarious true stories that helped thicken his skin and pave the way for a successful 15-year career as a comic. You’ll learn about his disastrous first kiss, his ill-fated foray into football, and how he spent his high school prom locked in the trunk of a car. Told with wit and warmth, My Life’s a Joke is proof that comedy truly is tragedy plus time.

Meet Ryan Murphy

Ryan Murphy is an award-winning writer and editor who has created engaging digital content for some of the largest and most trusted brands in the world including Walt Disney Studios, HBO, and many more. His critically acclaimed short stories and columns have been published in 22 books and have been featured on more than 170 radio stations and 60 newspapers and magazines across North America.

Leashed

Jack has some ‘splainin’ to do!

That’s right! Callie Lassiter’s normally well-behaved Great Dane Jack has run off and done the wild thing with the neighbor’s dog. It must be puppy love! It’s doubly embarrassing since she’s a professional dog trainer. Of course, the neighbor would have to be hot, hot nightclub owner bad boy Owen McKay, just the kind of man Callie is determined to avoid.

Owen’s comfortable with his playboy status and the hype in the media. But the ground moves beneath his feet when he gets an eyeful of the girl next door. The Dog Whisperer never looked this good! How can he convince this wholesome honey that his player days are behind him? Maybe Jill, his Great Dane can help him with this dilemma now that she’s pregnant and Callie’s dog is to blame.

Is this bad boy a bad bet?

Beware of dogs, romance and deep belly laughs!

Going to the Dogs is a romp through the urban jungle of New York City to find true love, the perfect cocktail, and expensive heels. Dog is a man’s best friend, but sometimes a woman just needs a hot man in the city. This series will appeal to a mature crowd, especially fans of Sex in The City.

 

Meet Zoe Dawson

Zoe Dawson lives in North Carolina. She discovered romance in her teens and has been spinning stories in her head ever since. Her heroes are sexy males with a disregard for danger and whether reluctant, gung-ho, or caught up in the action, show their hearts of gold.

Her imagination runs wild with romances from sensual to scorching including romantic comedy, new adult, romantic suspense, small town and urban fantasy. Look below to explore the many avenues to her writing. She believes that it’s all about the happily ever afters and always will be.

How To Be Nice

Meet Julia Bancroft. Fabulous, talented, beautiful…deluded and friendless. You won’t like her at first but maybe her ‘nice’ lessons might change your mind? Being nice doesn’t come naturally to (self-proclaimed) renowned Regency romance author, Julia. But when her husband walks out on her and she realises she has no friends, she faces a future of dying alone with the pesky cats eating her face. Thankfully, she doesn’t have any cats but drastic times call for drastic measures. With the help of her oh, so lovely, but annoying new neighbour, Julia dabbles in her least favourite things – small talk, budgeting and dating. But this being nice malarkey is much harder than expected, especially when she faces obstacles such as an unsympathetic mother, a tight work deadline and suspicions about her neighbour’s boyfriend. Luckily, she finds a new confidant – her neighbour’s twin brother – and she can be herself in front of him because it’s only Harry, who’s perfectly tolerable…just about. And there’s nothing Julia likes more than throwing herself into her romances but when her current work in progress mirrors a part of her life, will she realise what she has before she loses everyone willing to help her? Read now in this hilarious comedy set in Bath and treat yourself to snippets from Julia’s latest work as she attempts to write the next Bridgerton.

Meet L.M. Barrett

My name is Lorraine and I live in Bath, with my husband, two kids and a dog called Bobby. I took up writing while living in Spain and haven’t stopped since. I have a number of books out – all varied in theme from romantic comedy to something a little darker. All available on Kindle Unlimited.

Fly, die!

A seagull in an English seaside town acquires a taste for hunting and killing cats. Embarking on a killing spree, the bird inadvertently adds to an adolescent boy’s woes while causing paranoia in local cats. As the cat population diminishes, a brilliant Abyssinian called Joseph chances upon the truth and sets out to restore natural law where cats are the predators, and birds are their victims. Although media and public pressure to catch the cat killer builds, a recession and the uncertainty of Brexit means the underfunded civil service isn’t too interested in solving cat deaths. Eventually, after much public pressure, Constables Franklin and Wilkin are put on the case. Stumbling upon evidence via social media, they find their killer. Unfortunately, their deductive reasoning is flawed, resulting in an innocent teenager taking the fall, adding to his already significant problems. Mrs Crick is only too aware of nature’s cruelty, and although a lover of wildlife, especially the sparrows that play in her garden, nature shocks and scares her sometimes. Having already overcome many traumas in her long life, she suffers more as the seagull and his family reside on her roof. Nature is cruel, but the bloated British civil service is more cruel. And corrupt and stupid, too. Most species try to protect their families, but life is hard, and DNA adapts slowly to cope with environmental changes. While most evolve for the better, humanity seems to get worse and worse. A dark social satire (depending on your point of view), telling a tale about nature, family and politics.

Meet Steven Ryan

At the time of writing, Steve was a middle-aged man with a lacklustre career history. With few strings to his bow, he tried breaking from mundanity by writing a book for the challenge and in the misguided hope of becoming a millionaire. Unconcerned by his glaring lack of ability, he strove to submerge strangers in the absurdity of his imagination. Drawing inspiration from his love of nature, its beauty, simplicity and cruelty. Fly, die! was inspired by Steve’s life and the starkness of life’s unfairness. Although a believer in the maxim, “If you don’t laugh, you will cry,” life elicits many tears, his only hope being that his story provides a little food for thought along with the tears.

MysticMagic Land

NEW RELEASE! There isn’t much to do in the small west Texas town of Goat Horn, except work in the shops, motels, and restaurants that serve the patrons of the beloved theme park known as MysticMagic Land. For five friends – Roxie, Eddie, Westie, Allie, and Stoney – the huge park is their one respite from a boring life in Goat Horn, until they discover there is more to MysticMagic Land than they ever knew. Sometimes, it seems, ghosts and creatures are not just special effects. At first, there’s nothing cooler than having real ghosts at your favorite theme park. But if those ghosts are causing enough trouble to close the place down permanently, the five decide they have to do something about it… even when they’ve never stepped up to face anything before. MysticMagic Land is a light and humorous urban fantasy novella. It is Book One in the upcoming Haunted Theme Park series and is suitable for readers of all ages. No part of this book was created using artificial intelligence (AI) software of any kind.

Meet Janeen O’Kerry

Like many who end up being writers, I’ve worked at many different jobs: riding instructor, horse trainer, computer programmer, and medical transcriptionist. I began my writing career in the early 1980s with articles for several national and regional horse magazines. My friend Hazel wanted to break into writing novels, so together we wrote three: A *Star Trek* novel; a steamy romance; and, finally a sweet romance called *April’s Christmas.* April got us started when Avalon published that book in 1994. After that I sold my own first novel, the historical romance *Lady of Fire,* to Dorchester Publishing in 1995. That was the start of the eleven-volume *Celtic Journeys* series, each of which is a romance set in ancient Ireland and tells a complete story. Today I am a full-time novelist, ghostwriter, and copy editor, and I never use artificial intelligence (AI) software of any kind when creating my books. I can often be found doing workshops and panels at writers’ events and conventions.

Suckerville

A CREATURE FEATURE WITH TEETH…

JD Speers is having a stretch of bad luck: his wife left him, the law is on his tail, and to top it all off, bloodsucking leech people are attacking his favorite bar. Together with his buddy Rowdy and the barflies of Doc’s Dockside Tavern, JD must stop the suckers before they spread their contagion up and down the Mississippi River.


Meet Chris Sorensen

Chris Sorensen is the bestselling author of The Nightmare Room, The Hungry Ones, The Messy Man, Suckerville and Bee Tornado. He’s penned over a dozen plays for Thin Air Theatre Company and the Butte Theater of Colorado, including A Haunting at the Old Homestead, The Vampire of Cripple Creek, and Dr. Jekyll’s Medicine Show. He lives with his wife and pups in the Garden State of New Jersey, where he splits his time between writing spooky stories and narrating audiobooks. Chris has narrated over 250 titles for Audible Studios, Tantor Media, Recorded Books, and many others. He is a member of SAG-AFTRA and the Horror Writers Association. When he’s not writing or recording, you can find him haunting old bookstores and Indian restaurants.

Bad Luck Chuck: The Unfortunate Adventures of Chuck Avery

In the whimsical town of Crestwood, where peculiar occurrences are the norm, resides an extraordinary man named Chuck Avery. But don’t be fooled by his ordinary appearance – for Chuck possesses a gift like no other: the power of bad luck. In “Bad Luck Chuck: The Unfortunate Adventures of Chuck Avery,” embark on an exhilarating and laughter-filled journey alongside our endearing protagonist. From slipping on banana peels to turning sunny days into umbrella-flipping fiascos, misfortune seems to follow Chuck wherever he goes. But as he grapples with the comical chaos that ensues, he soon discovers that his supposed “curse” is a unique and enigmatic ability that he dubs “Bad Luck Chuck.” In the first chapter, “A Stroke of Misfortune,” delve into Chuck’s ordinary life turned extraordinary as he embraces his peculiar powers. With each turn of the page, you’ll be captivated by his antics and misadventures that leave Crestwood both bewildered and amused. But as Chuck embarks on a quest to uncover the origins of his quirky gift in Chapter 2, “The Curious Origins,” a hidden family secret is revealed. Join Chuck on a journey of self-discovery as he learns that his bloodline boasts a history of peculiar abilities, all tied to an extraordinary destiny.

Meet Sam Steed

Sam Steed is a renowned author known for his captivating storytelling and profound insights into the human experience. With a passion for crafting compelling narratives that touch the hearts and minds of readers, Sam has established himself as a master storyteller in various genres, including fiction, non-fiction, and poetry.