Tag: music

Barren

Barren

| December 11, 2017

Fifteen-year-old Morgan is nothing more than an empty shell. She is surrounded by uncaring psychiatrists who’d rather be anywhere else but with her, and is bullied at school because of her wealth and status. She remains isolated from it all, never once giving a thought to friendship, or even love. This all changes when she […]

The Morning After and other stories

The Morning After and other stories

| October 25, 2017

Two weddings, one dead husband, and a mischievous overnight guest: this collection of short and flash fiction gently probes the edges of our most intimate relationships, treating these difficult themes with dark humour and a light touch. Some funny, some tragic, some unexpected, these five stories provide a glimpse into other people’s lives, asking how […]

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We Own the Sky

We Own the Sky

| September 1, 2017

What could you create if you fell in love with a Muse? 16-year-old musician, Sylvia Baker, has always been different. She’s the only one who can see the “flickering people.” When she sees a gorgeous flickering man named Vincent, she learns that they are Muses. With his help, she finds herself creating exquisite songs that […]

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OUR SONG

OUR SONG

| September 1, 2017

~~ Sexy, emotional, often funny, always messy, true love romance ~~ Meet the boys of the band WILDER and fall hard. 31-year-old single mother Kelsey has moved to Nashville to finally live the life she wants. She’s hasn’t so much given up on love as she’s just decided there are more important things. That doesn’t […]

The Last Diva

The Last Diva

| August 11, 2017

The 1980s belonged to pop sensation, Pearl Sorelle; she was so blindingly, scorchingly successful that, for just over a decade, she was pop music. She was the mainstream air that we all breathed, or at least the air that MTV and the car and workplace radios conducted into our heads. However by the late 1990s […]

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Cold Sandwiches and All: A Romantic Comedy

Cold Sandwiches and All: A Romantic Comedy

| June 12, 2017

Rosemary decorates the homes of the capital city’s rich and famous by day and reads trashy novels by night. Between the two—not to mention her extensive previous résumé—she has a finely-honed sense of the absurd. Still, even she’s a little surprised when she meets the king by chance…and falls in love. She’s not half as […]

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I Know Why the Gay Man Dances

I Know Why the Gay Man Dances

| April 22, 2017

‘I Know Why The Gay Man Dances’ is the debut collection of poetry by Mancunian poet, Joel Sadler-Puckering. It is about what happens when the spirit of freedom is taken from us. The loss of freedom comes in many forms and is not just a gay experience; it is an experience shared by many subjugated […]

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Misfortunes of T-Funk

Misfortunes of T-Funk

| April 1, 2017

Theo and Judah, two childhood friends, refuse to give up on finding an audience for their hard-edged, “grunge” music as they move past their twenties. Together they enroll in an unusual college, called The University of Jazz and Music Technology. Attracted at first by the means within the school to professionally record their own original […]

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