The Deadwood Chronicles: The Crimson Cage

In a post-apocalyptic world devastated by The Great Shift, humanity struggles to survive in the wake of a brutal new reality. The balance of power has shifted drastically, with women now relegated to the status of property, their existence reduced to a commodity to be bought and sold. It is within this sinister world that the notorious Carnival Diablo reigns, a traveling spectacle of terror and enslavement, ruled by the enigmatic and malevolent Ringmaster. Amidst the cruel confines of the Carnival Diablo, the dream of freedom torments Ava and her fellow sisters, until their paths cross with the paragons of Dollet, the last hope for a better world. But as they navigate the treacherous landscape of their confinement, Ava and her sisters must grapple with the ultimate question – can they truly break free from the clutches of their captor, or will the shadows of Carnival Diablo consume them whole? “The Crimson Cage” is an enthralling saga of fortitude and sacrifice, a tale that delves deep into the unyielding spirit of those who dare to defy their oppressors. Will Ava and her sisters summon the courage to shatter the shackles of their imprisonment, or will they succumb to the darkness that threatens to engulf them? Join them on an extraordinary journey as they fight for their right to be free, in a world where every step toward liberation comes with a price.

Meet P.V. Bousfield

P, a native of the dynamic North-East of England, found enjoyment in fantasy and post-apocalyptic worlds through gaming and movies. Born on the 3rd August, 1990, P’s narrative journey expanded when he met V in 2018. V, born and bred in North Yorkshire, was born on the 18th March, 1994, and grew up immersed in countryside adventures, fuelling her imagination. After joining P, they settled in his hometown of Stockton-on-Tees, where they now reside with their beloved dog, Hugo (or H).

The Workshop: Week One

Nine writers enter… only one will escape. (Figuratively—the door works fine.) The Workshop: Week One introduces nine competitive college students who will battle for literary superiority and existential purpose over sixteen weeks of their Creative Writing in Various Media course. Who will find a career? Who’s gonna cry all the way home? Who had garlic for lunch? Featuring disparate characters locking horns over prose, poetry, screenwriting, playwriting, and more, The Workshop is a dynamic, meta, and novel novella experience unlike any other.

Meet Matt Mills

Matt Mills is a stone-cold weirdo and wearer of many hats. After graduating from New York University with a bachelor’s degree in Music Theory & Composition, he naturally spent his 20s screenwriting, playwriting, consulting, and winning various unimpressive awards. A survivor of his collegiate creative writing workshop, he has parlayed his favorite course into his oddball eBook series The Workshop.

The Sparkly Bun

In a world where fitting in is the norm, “The Sparkly Bun” shows children the importance of being true to oneself. Join Emme as she navigates the tricky world of schoolyard fashion. Emme loves her clothes and accessories, but she especially loves one item. When she wears it to school two days in a row, her friends start to tease her. Will Emme be able to learn the valuable lesson that being an individual is more important than fitting in with the crowd? With charming illustrations and a heartwarming story, “The Sparkly Bun” is the perfect addition to any child’s library.

Meet Keith Stoeckeler

Keith Stoeckeler lives with his wife and two children in Connecticut. He experienced a moment of inspiration while reading a bedtime story to his daughter years ago, which led him to believe he could create a children’s book. The idea of incorporating his love for cheeseburgers lingered in his mind for some time, and he was motivated to pursue the creation and completion of the book to provide a lasting gift for his children.