Tag: fiction

The Goblin

The Goblin

| December 6, 2017

The Goblin is now a FEATURE FILM! Watch it on Amazon Video. Links below.A boy imprisoned by an abusive recluse mother alone in a mansion in the 1920’s begins to get ideas of his own when a goblin in his closet comforts him in the dark.Simon, an eight year old boy, spends each day alone […]

The Rainbow Dragons and Little Sleepy

The Rainbow Dragons and Little Sleepy

| November 22, 2017

They are so different and so incredible together! Sleepy doesn’t like to wake up in the morning. One night, when he gets lost in his dream, the boy finds himself on a magical planet where seven dragon brothers live. Each of them has a unique talent and considers himself the boss. But only together can […]

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Remote Access

Remote Access

| November 12, 2017

A riveting, raw and poignant story that unravels the mystery of life in all its glory, wonder and connection. Lush, evocative and deeply humane is the true story of a mothers’ undying love and prayers to save her son. Jim was on a missionary trip but the campsite was situated at a remote location. What should’ve […]

Hostile Living

Hostile Living

| November 8, 2017

Will can’t seem to get his life together. College drags on when the only thought on his mind is putting that chapter to an end. Returning to Nottingham where the nightlife is a collage of alcohol, sex, and the many vices of a decaying society, any future is hard to see. The hostel is his […]

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Poetic State of Mind

Poetic State of Mind

| November 7, 2017

*****PRAISES for POETIC STATE OF MIND**** “The poetry in this book surrounds itself with beautiful words that guide us with understandings of what love can be. Aditi Shukla has succeeded in telling a story through a series of poems and musings to the best of most peoples’ abilities. You can end up reading it again […]

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Directed Energy

Directed Energy

| November 2, 2017

When Grum Hewson is offered a job running the world’s first antimatter production facility, he leaves the safety of academic research for the harsh world of industry. His main task is to increase the yield, making power generation possible. Only two problems. One: it’s not possible. Two: his boss doesn’t believe him. He will have […]

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THE TROUSERS Parables for the 21st Century

THE TROUSERS Parables for the 21st Century

| October 24, 2017

Throughout history, people used parables as a means to provide a refreshing look into various human situations, handing down wisdom and imparting moral values. The audience not only enjoyed the highly intriguing story, but had also the joy of uncovering the truth that was stored within the parable. In a unique blend of inspiration and […]

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Lesbian Romance: The Energy Between Us

Lesbian Romance: The Energy Between Us

| October 7, 2017

A Lesbian Romance That Will Make You All Warm and Fuzzy Inside(Book 1 of Lesbian Short Story Series – No Cliffhanger) Erin Hunter is sick of her life being the same thing day in and day out. Her stress levels are rising and nothing seems to work. Jessie, her friend since high school, suggests Yoga, […]

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Ashkettle Crazy

Ashkettle Crazy

| October 1, 2017

His two older brothers will do anything to keep him safe. A crazed killer will do anything to see him dead. When sixteen-year-old Dack Ashkettle witnesses a neighbor’s murder, he’s left with two grim choices – run or die. That’s when older brother Bo steps up and spirits Dack away to the mountains where safety, […]

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The Power I Need To Conquer And Shine

The Power I Need To Conquer And Shine

| September 30, 2017

After he had absolutely finished playing football, Joe Words gallivanted around and ultimately bumped into a foreigner who looked after cattle. He called the foreigner a slave because he was a cowboy. As a revenge, the cowboy retorted “You are a disgrace to Ghana” and finally knocked him down by striking his elbow against his […]

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