Hold Your Heart In Pieces

He was my own Edward Cullen—older, powerful, willful, and obsessed. Desperately trying to escape an abusive relationship with her father’s closest friend, Alyssa Birch leaves the comfort of her home in New York to live in England with her estranged mother. But trouble finds a way of creeping back into her life, and inexplicable events now begin to twist her sense of reality. While juggling a past that won’t leave her alone and a new obsession with the occult, she can’t help falling under the spell of a dangerous man shrouded in mystery and secrets, whose intentions toward Alyssa may be far more sinister than she can imagine. Gritty, soulful, and unapologetically provocative, HOLD YOUR HEART IN PIECES will keep your eyes on the page, down to the very last word.

Meet Syl Breker

I’m shy, very, very shy.

The Wax Factory

Desperate to escape a sinister factory. Can a group of friends make it out alive or will they be forever trapped inside the maddening nightmare?

Meet Justin Bienvenue

Justin Bienvenue is a horror author and poet of 10 novels. The Wax Factory is his first true full-fledged book series. He enjoys writing thought-provoking horror and vividly intense scenes that will stay with a reader long after reading.

Ledalina

Ledalina is the reconstructed text of a late nineteenth-century journal, written by an unnamed Dutch scholar, telling of dark and mysterious events that allegedly occurred in Durban just before the turn of the century, parts of which are as upsetting as they seem unusual for the period.

This fascinating journal has been translated to English and made available to the public for the first time since its discovery.

“But what is even more consuming than my fear, is my curiosity. I am still in the possession of Ms Ledalina’s letter, and the only way forward and the only way to ease my mind is to at least solve as much of this mystery as I can from my present position.”


Meet Ishmael O. Ross

Ishmael O. Ross is an author, technical writer and software architect. His stories appear in The Scarlet Leaf Review and The Opiate, and his first novel Dire Redemption has been published by The Unseeing Eye. Call him Ishmael.