Paranormal Investigation

This fictional ghost story with a slice of humour was inspired by historical facts and true events. Discover the dark history of Cornwall’s old jail, built in 1833, and follow the fictitious Roy family as they conduct a paranormal investigation inside the historic building. Their spooky venture evokes questions about a spirit possibly following them home.

Meet Chantal Bellehumeur

Chantal Bellehumeur is a Montreal author born in 1981. She has 20 published books of various genres as well as numerous short stories, memoirs, poems and articles featured in compilation books, eMagazines, plus articles in The Suburban l newspaper.

Black Magic Woman

There’s a voodoo woman in New Orleans who knows your darkest secrets

French Quarter paranormal investigator Wyatt Thomas learns he’s permanently linked to the spirit of a man with whom he’d fought a duel during another lifetime. The only person who can free Wyatt from his curse is long-dead voodoo queen Marie Laveaux. To seek her help, he must travel back to Antebellum New Orleans, succeed in his endeavor, or be trapped in the past forever. When Wyatt meets his former lover at the Mulatto Ball, he doesn’t know if he wants to return.

While Wyatt is time traveling, detective Tony Nicosia and U.S. Attorney Eddie Toledo are working for mob boss Frankie Castellano to try and retrieve a stolen cornet given to him by jazz legend Louis Armstrong. Their failure could result in having their throats cut and bodies thrown in the bayou for the gators to eat.

If you love New Orleans and Louisiana history, don’t miss Black Magic Woman. Visit the French Quarter tonight. You might decide to stay awhile.


Meet Eric Wilder

Eric Wilder is an American author known for his gripping mystery novels set in New Orleans. He was born and raised in Louisiana, where he discovered his love for storytelling at a young age. After completing his education, Wilder spent several years in the oil and gas industry before pursuing a career as a writer.
Wilder’s breakthrough came with the publication of Big Easy, which introduced readers to his signature blend of suspense, action, and local color. The book instantly succeeded, drawing critical acclaim and a devoted following. Wilder followed up with a collection of thrillers set in the heart of New Orleans.
Wilder’s writing is characterized by his deep knowledge of the city and its unique culture and his skillful use of suspense and plot twists to keep readers on the edge of their seats. His books have been praised for their authenticity, vivid descriptions, and compelling characters.
Today, Eric Wilder is a respected author with a loyal fan base and a reputation for delivering top-notch thrillers that transport readers to the heart of New Orleans.
Wilder is the author of nineteen novels, several cookbooks, many short stories, and Murder Etouffee, a book that defies classification. His series features characters who often find themselves involved in the paranormal.
Eric Wilder lives in Oklahoma near historic Route 66 with his wife, Marilyn, a gorgeous pit bull named Moebius, and two remarkable cats, Buttercup and Blanco.

Altered Helix

I didn’t want to take the traditional path. First, I wasn’t ready for college. Second, I was going to live with my best friend, Tiff, and work at the Haunted House. Third, did I mention the hot guy Josh that works there too?

The most exciting thing about Austria’s new job, at a local haunted house, was the fact that the toughest looking people screamed the loudest. But when she meets the boy without a home, Josh, Austria’s life takes intriguing and eventful turns. Up until now, Josh has managed to hang with his Street crowd, but they’re in danger, and so is Austria, the girl Josh recently fell for. The group finds themselves joining forces with previously considered enemies who also now find themselves in danger.

Deeply compassionate and full of twists, Altered Helix captures the struggle of polarized people that must work together for the greater good.


Meet Stephanie Hansen

Stephanie Hansen is a PenCraft and Global Book Award Winning Author as well as an Imadjinn finalist. Her debut novella series, Altered Helix, released in 2020. It hit the #1 New Release, #1 Best Seller, and other top 100 lists on Amazon. It is now being adapted to an animated story for Tales. Her debut novel, Replaced Parts, released in 2021 through Fire & Ice YA and Tantor Audio. It has been in a Forbes article, hit Amazon bestseller lists, and made the Apple young adult coming soon bestsellers list. The second book in the Transformed Nexus series, Omitted Pieces, released in 2022. Her debut adult romance, Ghostly Howls, released 2023. She is a member of the deaf and hard of hearing community, so she tries to incorporate that into her fiction.

The Stringship Chronicles: Stories About Our Other Paranormal Lives

In this unique concoction that is our universe, there are tales waiting to be told—stories that dwell in the space between reality and imagination, where the boundaries of the known are stretched and twisted into the realm of the inexplicable.

Dive into the extraordinary with “The Stringship Chronicles: Stories About Our Other Paranormal Lives” by Gary Paul Bryant, author of “Reworld,” “The Phone” and “Awkward: The First Resurrection of Robert Levenplatter.”

In this collection of 29 short stories, Bryant blurs the lines between the everyday and the paranormal. You’ll encounter mind-bending scenarios, time travel adventures, and even a unique take on the Second Coming.

You won’t find any ghosts, demons, psychics, vampires or fairies in any of these stories, instead, you’ll explore uncharted territories of imagination, where the ordinary becomes extraordinary. Bryant’s storytelling talent shines through, making these tales captivating and thought-provoking.

So, get ready for a thrilling journey into the paranormal side of life. “The Stringship Chronicles” promises unexpected twists and a fresh perspective on the extraordinary hidden in the mundane.


Kaleidoscopic Shades: Within Black Eternity

Reality is an illusion…

Kaleidoscopic Shades – Within Black Eternity – a multi-award winner and bestseller at Online Book Club

Joshua Triplow is just your average kid living in what he believes is the best place on Earth: Corona, California. Only a recurring nightmare begins to plague him – and all the other kids in the best place on Earth – of a man in black… the very same who continues to haunt his father’s tortured childhood.

And soon his father, Bob, understands you can’t run from your past and what has been left behind, half a world away and in another lifetime – another dimension – has found a way to thrive… and that there never has been any other color but black in a place far over the rainbow.

His sanity will become the ultimate struggle while Joshua confronts the dreadful spoils behind his nightmares… a fracturing of lost lives and a menagerie of clocks maddeningly ticking away the hour to nowhere. To the endless plains of Black Eternity. To nothingness…

Having survived the doorway into the unknown, your invaluable insights will greatly assist in propelling the next in The Penny Arcade.
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Take care, stay safe and keep discovering those books that transport you into a realm of total escapism,

David A Neuman


Meet David A. Neuman

Born in Adelaide, South Australia, David A Neuman was gifted a vivid imagination. In the late seventies, he walked out of Norwood High School an underachiever to embark on a scholastic journey before graduating from Flinders University in Behavioral Science.
Some thirty years ago, disenchanted in the rigidity of life’s endless stop signs, he first penned Kaleidoscopic Shades – Within Black Eternity and, if not for a chance meeting with a man of poetry, this gold book award winner and Eric Hoffer Finalist would have remained a secreted passion. Though he has written several other novels, yet to be released, he admits that each production is a two year dedication and similar to stumbling over a rough diamond and looking into its heart.
Neuman continues to live in Adelaide with his four-legged companions: Saffron, Cinnamon and Ginger – his very own Spice Girls. It is here he feels at home, especially when exploring its ghostly past, understanding that, regardless of one’s background, we are all in this together. And always will be.

Fireflies: A Celtic Romance Series (Book 1)

In my frenzy, I ran into something without realizing it. Big hands closed over my shoulders as I gripped the chest they belonged to. Under other circumstances, I’d be elated. Green eyes stared back at me, his reddish hair hidden beneath a baseball cap, huge frame swallowing mine easily

Bridget had never considered herself special, odd definitely. But nothing worth looking at twice. And she had never cared to be looked at twice either.

Until Declan, that is.

Then one night Bridget is approached by a strange (and large) dog. Rescued by Declan, he reveals that Bridget may be special after all, a goddess even. And the dog has been sent to protect her.

Does she have the strength to defeat a powerful witch and her three sons? Why is Declan involved in magic and mystery anyway? And can she save Ruad, her handsome mentor and the God of Knowledge into this new world? As they dig deeper, they uncover that they all have more in common than just their troubled pasts.

The Ulster Cycles are a part of Irish mythology, and this novel depicts characters from the old stories in a new and creative light. While much is taken from these oral stories, this novel is a historical romance loosely based on them.

With magic, mystery, and romance involved this is a novel about discovering your hidden potential and breaking past limiting beliefs.


Meet Shea Hulse

Whispers in the Wilderness: Unraveling the Bigfoot Enigma

These sixteen chapters will allow you to explore various Bigfoot-related stories, showcasing different encounters, evidence, and historical contexts within Bigfoot lore.

Join us as we enter the unknown, where shadows dance among ancient trees and whispers of untold secrets linger in the misty air. Keep your senses sharp, for the line between reality and legend blurs in this realm, and the elusive Bigfoot remains a cryptic guardian of the wilderness, shrouded in eerie mystique.

Bigfoot’s enigmatic nature has given rise to many theories, each reflecting the broad spectrum of human imagination. The possibility that this creature exists as a tangible, flesh-and-blood being resonates with the investigator’s pursuit of evidence-based discovery. Yet, the boundaries of inquiry extend beyond the human, encompassing the speculative domains of extraterrestrial origins, interdimensional travels, and even the potential for a spiritual existence that defies conventional understanding.

As they navigate this intricate terrain of possibilities, the researchers stand as torchbearers of exploration and champions of curiosity. Their endeavors contribute to the advancement of understanding despite the inherent challenges in pursuing a creature that eludes conventional documentation. Their tireless efforts enrich the scientific discourse and inspire others to question, explore, and venture into the unknown with an open heart and a keen mind.

Presents for Raymond

Six chilling short horror stories themed to Christmas. Meet an alcoholic Santa who despises kids, see the deadly consequences of a cheating wife’s many affairs, encounter a recluse determined to make a never-melting snowman and witness more festive tragedies. When you read these stories, you’ll discover just how terrifying, gory and traumatic Christmas can be.

Meet [email protected]

D. T. Adams is the pen name of an anonymous British writer who writes both fiction and non-fiction. His e-books include a novel, collections of short horror stories, two-sentence stories, poetry and more. He’s inspired by the world we live in today, as well as imaginary worlds of fantasy, horror and everything in between.

The World of Adam Dunne

Adam Dunne is tormented. He has a secret locked inside of him and only he holds the key. Horrifying visions haunt him day and night. As Adam unravels the mystery surrounding his past, he discovers that the world around him isn’t what it seems.

Meet Tobor Eichmann

Crafting Worlds of Suspense, Science Fiction, and Controversy Tobor Eichmann was born in Pennsylvania and grew up in a middle-class suburb of Philadelphia and has lived in various places throughout the world. He is an author and self-proclaimed independent thinker. He writes fiction, non-fiction and general interest books. He has a passion for writing about social issues that relate to the inner workings of the human mind. He holds a Masters degree in IT. It was in Europe where Tobor began creating works of fiction and non-fiction in his spare time.

Paranormal Pest Control

A year ago, a series of earthquakes hit around the world. The damage and loss of life were devastating, and the world became weird but no more than in the quake zone known as Broken Brooklyn. Bugs became demonic, demons invaded, and people with psychic abilities grew stronger. Frank Carver and Hector Ramirez, two exterminators, and Jenny Blake, a woman who can talk to ghosts, have created a business to take out these new pests. And business is booming. When Frank, Jenny, and Hector come across a giant bug, things get even odder: friends go missing, a single female bedbug becomes a prized possession, and Jenny keeps finding bug-possessed people. Frank’s daughter, Angela, an unwilling participant, hears of the coming of the bug king. As Jenny, Frank, and Hector keep hunting for the female bug and missing friends, they wonder if they are getting closer to what or who caused the earthquake.

Meet Lara Frater

I’m your atypical fat gamer girl who loves to write: Horror, non-fiction, poems, paranormal suspense, non-fiction, and sci-fi. Although I prefer to write fiction, my first book was the non-fiction Fat Chicks Rule! A guidebook on being a big girl in a thin world and included information on how to find fat positive books, movies, and TV, where to find fashion, comfortable seating, and how to deal with fat hatred. Writing this book changed my life and perspective on dieting and fat bodies. I also wrote the essay “Fat Heroines in Chick Lit” for the Fat Studies Reader. (This essay from mentioned in the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal, so woohoo!) But my first love was fiction, which I returned to with the End of the Line series. Three zombie novels that take place in a world almost dead of the flu and having to deal with the zombies who rose from the ashes. End of the Line was followed by Stuck in the Middle and Full Circle (Coming 2024). And maybe more books to come. Changing gears I moved on to a more lighthearted paranormal suspense/ horror series Paranormal Pest Control. Where exterminators and paranormal investigators fight demonic bugs. The first book is out. The second book “Dark Thing in the Cemetery” is expected April 2024. I have also appeared in Tales from the Canyon of the Damned and Necrotic Tissues, and have essays about library science (my fun day job). I’m heavily influenced by Joe R. Lansdale, Stephen King, Toni Morrison, Octavia Butler and Richard Matheson. I live in New York City, married to fellow author Jon Frater and have lots of animals and people in my house. I’m in need of an exterminator or an obedient Dalek.