Tag: short stories

An Anthology of Thrilling Short Stories

An Anthology of Thrilling Short Stories

| March 15, 2020

This book is a collection of stories which I personally enjoyed writing. It is intended for children between the ages of seven (7) to eleven (11) years of age and was written with my beloved cousins and future nieces and nephews in mind.Each story is accompanied by colour illustrations which I hope will help to […]

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Everyone Is a Moon: Strange Stories

Everyone Is a Moon: Strange Stories

| March 4, 2020

“Everyone is a moon, and has a dark side which he never shows to anybody.”—Mark Twain From Sawney Hatton, the devilishly inventive mind who brought you the acclaimed Dark Comedy novel DEAD SIZE and the YA Noir novella UGLYVILLE, comes this twisted collection of 12 Dark Fiction tales featuring a magical finger, a cannibalistic memorial, […]

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Miscreants, Murderers, & Thieves: a collection of short stories about devious behavior

Miscreants, Murderers, & Thieves: a collection of short stories about devious behavior

| February 4, 2020

Take a tour through the minds of thirteen of today’s most talented independent authors in a crime anthology like no other. Miscreants, Murderers, and Thieves hosts a cross-section of indie writers from all across America in a unique compilation of diverse voices set to take you on a journey beyond your wildest imagination. From aging […]

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Tales of the Unforeseen

Tales of the Unforeseen

| January 9, 2020

There are many people in this world who selfishly run their lives to suit themselves, and because of their thoughtless actions are oblivious to the hurt they inflict on their family and friends. They fail to see, or refuse to see, the plight of the less fortunate about us and are obsessed with the thought […]

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Illusions of Steel and Sunset

Illusions of Steel and Sunset

| December 31, 2019

In this collection of short stories Nova and Fiz race to save their city, as well as a brave young lady, from the destruction of a sound ripple bomb. Jusker Royal solves a mystery including a dead man, stolen coins and a bottle of Elven elixer. Leaflow must delve into the very depths of a man’s mind…and […]

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Cavalcade of Rejection: 21 Failed Short Stories Rescued from the Reject Pile

Cavalcade of Rejection: 21 Failed Short Stories Rescued from the Reject Pile

| December 27, 2019

A party of warriors put their skin on the line after intruding on the self-imposed exile of an accursed old hermit. To save her people, a young woman travels into a fog-choked valley of sacrifice in search of a sacred beast. Tasked with running a special job for a reclusive man, a low-rent thug is […]

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Through the Mole Hole

Through the Mole Hole

| December 7, 2019

Through the Mole Hole takes you on a journey through 28 terrifying, twisted, and thought-provoking tales. Along the way, you will meet a young man who awoke to find a hole to another dimension in his arm, a couple whose painting is more than the simple portrait it appears to be, and a woman whose […]

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Tales of the Late Twentieth Century

Tales of the Late Twentieth Century

| November 18, 2019

TALES OF THE LATE TWENTIETH CENTURY An aging, ex-musician working inside the incinerator chamber of an old 19th century hotel discovers a locked room that contains a Book of Souls of tenants of the past century. A soldier returning from the Iraq War meets a beautiful and enigmatic girl waging her own military campaign, as […]

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Shadows Through the Fog

Shadows Through the Fog

| October 28, 2019

Shadows are often benign, nothing to truly fear, and yet our minds create from them. We see them twist and form into something sinister, something eerie, something that makes our skin crawl or our heart race. As the fog manipulates the landscape, so does it change the shadows. With our minds, we further pull from […]

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Wicked South: Secrets and Lies

Wicked South: Secrets and Lies

| October 28, 2019

“A collection blazing with seduction, trickery, conflict, and grief, Wicked South: Secrets and Lies is a saga of bitter deceits and breathtaking victories.” -Heather Ezell, author of Nothing Left to Burn For good or ill—on the page or in life—few things are more alluring than the siren song of a secret. Secrets can bind us together […]

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