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Shadow Chasers

by Ray Daley

A young runner rails against a former friends ego, using dark forces to wreak his revenge. What really happens when you catch your own shadow? Could it be worse than what might happen if it catches you?

How YouTube Saved the World from the AntiChrist

by William Hrdina

Everything was going so well for the Antichrist, until that damn kid and his YouTube.

Not Eddie

by Ray Daley

Many things are done in the cause of Friendship. Friends don't let friends go out the hard way.

"KAFKA'S HAIRBRUSH" (STORY)

by Stefano Boscutti

Someone's having a bad hair day.

Anxious writer Franz K. waits for the pharmacy in Prague's old square to open so he can purchase a bottle of his favorite hair tonic. Why are they late? What is wrong with the...

Falling into the Fire

by Crystal Rodriguez

While living the somewhat perfect life she's built for herself, she still felt alone and restless. She's slowly deteriorating and the thoughts that hold her captive in her own mind are there to watch her fall....

A Christmas Carol for Modern Times

by Clare Tanner

Evergreedy Squeeze is a wealthy banker, out of touch with the age of austerity. At Christmas he receives visitations from three spirits, who attempt to show him the truth of his situation. Will he heed their...

The Angry Vagabonds

by Ray Daley

A fantasy tale set when animals still spoke, and how one such group lost that power.

The Grandparent Trap (Quality Times #2) (sample)

by Gayle Ramage

Young Ben Foster is not happy. He’s due to spend his summer holidays at his grandparent’s house. His boring, old-fashioned grandparents who don’t even have wi-fi. But when Ben knocks on their front door,...

A shrewdness of Apes

by Garry Grierson

What would you do with rational thought in a world ruled by instinct? What do you do when you realise you are the first creature to become self-aware?

The Vagrant’s Tail

by G. Grierson

Arthur Meadows fell into a downward spiral and lost everything after the voices and visions started. Now his average day consisted of bumming money on the street, and trying to forget his tattered life. But...

Hawkswood

by David M. Brown

A failing publishing house receives an unexpected gem but the mystery surrounds the messenger as well as the manuscript.

Short Fiction: The English Patient, Dr Zhivago and the Purposeful Stride, and Other Stories

by Ivana Hruba

A collection of amusing short stories about the human condition revealing the absurdity of our existence. Please note: the novels 'The English Patient' and 'Doctor Zhivago' are NOT included in this collection...

SPECIMEN

by Alan Annand

A wealthy businessman and butterfly collector visits his twin brother, warden of a tropical island penal colony, who is building his own unique collection.

The Pit Bull and Other Tales

by Tom Hamilton

Five horror stories from the travelling maestro of trepidation, Tom Hamilton.

The Last Citizen of Zephen

by Taylor Ball and Zach Stay

A Medieval Society set in the West. A coming of age novel filled with giant serpents and thieves.

PROMOTION

by DK Newton

The corridor was unusually cold and Julia did not like the way Miss Kone, her manager, was looking at her, but her mind was made up, she was going to take over Team 101. Anyway that job should have gone to her...

A Dark Wonder - prologue only

by Anthony James Huben

The sky was orange that evening, the night in which the birds were singing...

Drawn From Life

by Owen Zabel

Genius appears where we least expect it.

Doing It Right

by Rayy

Short story about a father's adventure with his daughter, and the lessons they teach each other.

Addio, Mama Mia

by Paul V. Fornatar

Sometimes in life things don't happen the way you think they should. A priest visits his mother in a nursey home for the last time.