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A Dark Kiss of Rapture

by Sylvia Day

Of all the Fallen, Raze's hungers are some of the darkest and most insatiable. His brazen seductions cost him his wings, leaving him soulless and immortal, the most dangerous of seducers. He has roamed the earth...

Percy Jackson - All Grown Up

by Bruce T. Forbes

Three short "fan fiction" stories written after "The Last Olympian" and before the "Heroes of Olympus" series was even announced. They are my take on what happened to our Hero after the books and are based on...

DAY TRIPS to NARNIA

by Bruce T. Forbes

Story added September 2011 ... A collection of 'fan fiction' short stories based on C. S. Lewis' world of Narnia. Although written for fun, most are moralistic in nature - but I think you will enjoy them anyway....

Dawn of Avalon

by Anna Elliott

He would become the most powerful wizard in the history of Britain—Merlin. She would become Britain's most storied sorceress—Morgan le Fay. But before they were legends, they were young. And they were lovers....

Vampire Tales: Mia

by Johnny Wheeler

Dark tales of Mia the Vampire by Johnny Wheeler.

The Witch Queen's Secret

by Anna Elliott

In the shadow of King Arthur’s Britain, a young mother will need all her courage to save the Queen’s castle from the hands of a traitor… A stand-alone story of Trystan and Isolde featuring a secondary...

The Doll House

by Shirley Glynn

It was a little wooden house with little wooden figures. A family of six - a man, a woman and four pretty little girls. They were hand carved long ago by a loving hand. A sturdy little building, it was built...

The Mannequin Child

by J.T. Warren

The mannequin an emotionally scarred couple finds by the side of the road in a trash heap looks too much like their dead son. Is this a delusion or an otherworldly connection?

Zombie Nights

by Tom Lichtenberg

Being a zombie, not so easy. That could have been Dave Connor's six word memoir. "At first he couldn't remember how he'd ended up in that shallow grave; he just knew it was hell to claw his way out, and that...

Love is a Perfect Place

by Michael Graeme

A short story by Michael Graeme - a twenty minute read: He scooped some water up and drank. It astonished him. It tasted like he imagined the most perfect water should taste, but it was a sensation spoiled by...

The Choices

by Michael Graeme

A fifteen minute read: I am sitting here in the lounge-bar of the McKinley Arms Hotel, by the shores of Loch Lomond, and I am staring out into the twilight at my choices. I have been this way before many times...

The Door

by Michael Constantine

A door that opens up to new and different possibilities for the man living behind it. A woman whose past haunts her to such an extent that she is driven to extreme measures. It all ends up as a curious tale...

What She Drove

by J.T. Warren

The mangled wreck of a PT Cruiser can be a tortured soul's last refuge. It can cleanse the pain, soothe the hurt, but this car and what lives on inside it doesn't offer peace without consequence. Once you enter...

The Enigma that was Carla Sinclair

by Michael Graeme

I was not completely unhinged. She was just a computer program, a crude simulation - at best a never ending animated cartoon with only one character and no story line. But she was "something",... She was a hobby...

Vengar the Barbarian in... The King, His Son, Their Sorcerer and His Lover

by Chris J. Randolph

Welcome to the Hyperbolic Age, a prehistoric era when men were mighty, women were buxom, and neither could be trusted in the dark. Into this melodramatic yet somehow lost epoch strides a mighty figure, a king...

Katie's Rescue

by Michael Graeme

A thirty minute read: It felt odd, driving into Raworth, because where I come from Raworth does not exist. I know that stretch of road, you see? It dips down to the river Warfe, crosses over by the old bridge,...

The Sensitive

by Antony Bennett

"The pale boy is too stricken to speak. He watches me as if he is watching an incarnation of the grim reaper himself." The wrecked house holds a secret that has been waiting for countless years to be discovered.

Lively Custard

by Michael Graeme

Rogue trees are popping up all over the little town of Frinton-cum-Hardy and the residents have begun speaking in metaphors so mixed and mangled, poor Armitage, connoisseur of all things bookish, finds he no...

A Moth on the Moon

by Michael Graeme

Most people - except the conspiracy theorists - know the United States landed a man on the moon in 1969. What's less well known however, is that the British beat them to it, in 1947.

Pandora and Melanie

by Michael Graeme

My dear Richard, I apologise for the delay in writing to you but it's only now I am beginning to come to terms with the implications of your discovery, and also the news of your collaboration with the woman...