Tag: short story

Blood Relatives

Blood Relatives

| December 17, 2019

An intriguing tale about teenage angst, conflict, suspense and self-discovery that will grip you till the twist ending. How soon can you figure out the ending using the clues along the way? Upir, a teenage schoolgirl, can’t relate to her peculiar parents. Do they have a drinking problem? She uncovers a power she never knew […]

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Night Terror

Night Terror

| November 11, 2019

A new dawn in horror lurks among the unsuspecting! Night Terror is about the rise of a man plagued with a terrifying condition as a sleepwalker killer. In this hair raising horror packed with suspense, mystery, and shivers, Dr. Otis Foster invites patient Christopher Gray to his office to cure him of a sleep disorder. […]

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Brass Keys to Murder

Brass Keys to Murder

| October 12, 2019

U.S. Navy Lieutenant Steve Craig is in one hell of a mess. Being accused of murder is bad enough, but the local police are convinced he’s killed his own father. Alfred Hitchcock couldn’t have conceived a more diabolical plot for Cary Grant … and now, for Steve Craig, the plot is about to get down […]

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Starry Night and The Dance of Life

Starry Night and The Dance of Life

| October 2, 2019

Book One: Short Stories # 1: Starry Night A young woman fights an uphill battle with depression; a husband reflects on the choices he made and on the road ahead. A story of two disparate lives destined to be intertwined but briefly. # 2: The Dance of Life Haunted by memories, a young woman finds […]

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Deceptive Visions

Deceptive Visions

| September 15, 2019

3 Stories by master science fiction storyteller Daniel McMillan, author of Eve of Ascension, that remind us – DON’T BELIEVE EVERYTHING YOU SEE… Sanctuary -After Mary Russell has her ingenious proposal rejected by the tech company she works for, she decides to move on and create her vision without them. In realizing her life’s ambition, […]

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Reefer

Reefer

| August 30, 2019

My friend Savannah says that my quaint sense of responsibility is the reason that nothing enlightening has ever happened to me. At least that’s what she used to say, before last Saturday when the tourist came in to my family’s bookstore and asked if we had any Reefer, and I ended up in a garbage […]

His Dark Obsession: A Dominant Alpha Male Steamy Romance (His Dark Desires Book 1)

His Dark Obsession: A Dominant Alpha Male Steamy Romance (His Dark Desires Book 1)

| July 3, 2019

One look is all it takes for her to become his dark obsession. Ramiro Anton (AKA Ram) I always know what I want. I always get what I want. When I see her, there is no doubt in my mind. I want her. Innocent eyes and a wildness in her that hasn’t been unleashed. I’m […]

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Twenty Miles West of Branch, Texas and other stories

Twenty Miles West of Branch, Texas and other stories

| May 11, 2019

From a desert highway in West Texas to the plains of frontier Kansas to an abandoned mine in New Mexico, from a courtroom to a high school girls’ speech contest to a nursing home, from the side yard of a suburban home to a youth revival to the halls of an urban high school, K.C. […]

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Macabre Morsels

Macabre Morsels

| May 3, 2019

A collection of 9 dark and twisted tales to fuel your dreams. Stories include a hospitalized invalid confronting a horror no one else can see, a con-man who receives his own personal dose of karma, and a mother who’ll do anything to feed her kids. Author Jeff Dosser presents an assortment of shorts, some have […]

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Alfie Brown: The Boy With Purple Eyes (Who Discovered He Can Do Magic) [Part One]

Alfie Brown: The Boy With Purple Eyes (Who Discovered He Can Do Magic) [Part One]

| April 17, 2017

A whole new wizarding world. A tested friendship. The greatest of magical quests. Alfie Brown doesn’t really care that he has different colour eyes to everyone else, he feels normal in his normal school, normal town, normal grandparents and normal(ish) best friend Tommy. But things take a turn for the strange at the start of […]

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