Chevalier the Queen’s Mouseketeer: The Hither and Yon

In the magical world of the Hither and Yon, the noble kingdoms of the Land Ever After and The Far, Far Away are on the verge of war. A sinister plot is in play. The Princess Faere has been kidnapped. And all evidence of the foul deed points to The Far, Far Away. With his kingdom on the verge of war with Ever After, Chevalier the mouse goes on a heroes quest to find the missing princess, stop the coming war–And fulfill his destiny of becoming a mouseketeer!!!

Meet Darryl Hughes

I’m a writer and self publisher from NYC.

Setsuko & the Seven Samurai

Good Tales For Bad Dreams invites you to take a journey back to 16th century Japan for a wicked interpretation of a classic fairy tale. This is the story of love, honour and revenge. This is your samurai Snow White. Jealous of Setsuko’s beauty, the wicked geisha Izanami orchestrates the murder of her father, the daimyo of a mountaintop castle. After an assassination attempt leads to a coup, Setsuko suffers a catastrophic injury and is forced to flee the only place she’s ever called home and take refuge in the woods with a group of exiled samurai. Orphaned, abandoned, and disabled, Setsuko must learn the truth of what it means to be a samurai, if she ever hopes to reclaim her family’s honour and take her revenge. Welcome to Good Tales For Bad Dreams, a short-fiction series of re-imagined fairy tales. Each story is set in a different time and place. Some will be familiar, others will not. So strip bare your assumptions, open your mind, and see these tales told like never before.

Meet V.M. Sawh

V.M. Sawh was born in South America and grew up in Toronto, Canada. He’s been writing since he was six and completed his first trilogy of novels while still a teen. After a chance encounter with Academy Award-Winning director, Guillermo Del Toro persuaded him to publish his first short story “Cinders”, V.M. Sawh never looked back. His short fiction has gone on to reach the #1 spot on Amazon’s lists in each of their genres. V.M. Sawh is a proud supporter of independent artists and authors. His “Good Tales For Bad Dreams” series of dark fairy tales is currently available on Amazon. He currently resides in Ontario, Canada with his lovely wife Kristin and three devoted cats.

Fairy-Tailed Wish

What happens when someone makes a wish to be Fairy-Tailed on their Birthday Eve? It’s up to Suzie and her fairies-in-training to see that the wish is granted. But when fairy dust meets toilet paper, things don’t always go as planned. Dashing up and zooming down, tying knots and winding around, a nighttime mission can quickly go wrong and wake a sleeping child. Will Suzie and her fairies escape in time before they are discovered?

Meet Megan Pighetti

The Greencloak Wanderer

A young woman raised by the spirits of the forest. A wanderer with haunting, gold-flecked eyes. Together, they travel into a world of monsters and rust to save her dying home.

Meet Jesse McMinn

Jesse McMinn is a writer, gamer, and Canadian with a passion for fantasy in all its forms. He is the author of The Greencloak Wanderer, the creator of The Legend of Maxx, and the author of Loria, Trials, and Archsage. He currently lives in Ontario, Canada with his wife and their two pets, Pimento the betta fish and Pickle the crested gecko.

The Sallow Scourge

On the cusp of becoming maidens, twin Queens Allison and Joie Wynpenny have spent the past year trapped inside their castle. The Sallow Scourge has their kingdom in its grip. Whether curse or contagion, the wisemen do not yet know. What is known is that it causes the afflicted to commit severe bodily harm, while disrupting the balance of magic throughout the realm.

Both queens decide that something drastic must be done, though each has a very different solution. Allison vows to seek out the culprit, be that witch, wizard or madman. Her sister Joie, always rebellious, would rather stir chaos. As the kingdom cracks in two, the Sallow Scourge may wind up the sole victor.


Meet E Stuart Marlowe

 

The Fairy Tale Thief

Fairy tales can come true. But it’s terrifying when it happens to you.

Grace James thinks having to wear a hand-me-down uniform while trying to fit into her posh new school in glitzy Orange County is bad, but being followed to class by seven little angry men is worse. The dwarfs believe that Grace has stolen the magic mirror, and they want it back.

Opponents become allies and soon Grace can’t tell who is friend or foe and what is real or merely a fairy tale, so she cooks up a scheme that will take her back home to Oregon where life made sense—away from her stingy grandparents and her miniature stalkers. But a frantic cast of fairy tale characters have plans of their own that may or may not include a happily ever after.

This book was formerly published as Grace in the Mirror.


Meet Katie Tate

Katie Tate is the pen name of USA Today Bestselling Author Kristy Tate. Katie writes speculative young adult fiction. Kristy has written over thirty books in multiple genres.