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Finalist in the 2016 Royal Palm Literary Award Competition. (Florida Writers Association) Dear Reader: Please be aware that this is not a children’s book. Slipper’s Last Breath For most people Christmas is a time for reflection, a time to share and celebrate with family and friends, but for some it is a time of sadness… [Read More]
All seems well at this holiday feast, but before they can say, “Pass the salt,” a sweeping deluge washes one family’s entire Thanksgiving dinner into the flooded street. It’ll take something pretty crafty to pull this dinner back together again. Can they make it? A picture book.
by DM Wolfenden
An A to Z of Horror from the author we know to be a little dark, with a lot of heart. This collection of Novelettes, short stories, flash fiction and poetry will tempt the darkest of souls. Some of the stories you will find inside: Bernie & the Beast – TwoFromTx said: When weird, creepy… [Read More]
by Kay MacLeod
Trapped in a tedious job without fulfilment, ambitions, or a boyfriend, Izzie Murray’s only passion is researching her ancestry. But the beautiful mural of her family tree switches from a distraction to an obsession once she hits a mysterious gap in the timeline. Why would an entire family just disappear? With an intense craving to… [Read More]
by DJ Cooper
Things are not what they seem in the small American town of Bulwark. Hospital lights flicker for no reason. Townsfolk are overcome with a salacious appetite for the demise of others. Accompanied by would-be boyfriend Deputy Terence Blake, Dr Peter Kent is caught in the middle of mind-bending events. A café opens in town. The… [Read More]
Though cast as fiction, these stories show what dropping into a small New Mexico town at the end of the highway in the Rio Abajo was like for freaks rejecting the madness of the Vietnam War and mainstream U.S. culture. This posthumous collection includes photographs by Bob Christensen and others and depicts the narrator’s evolution… [Read More]
Originally published in hardcover by UNM Press in 2004, “The Horse in the Kitchen” won the American Book Award in 2005. Now issued in paperback by 48HrBooks, the reprint adds the autobiographical essay, “A Father’s Tears”, exploring the machismo of the patriarch whose son discovers in his father a tenderness he hadn’t anticipated. Americans considering ramifications… [Read More]
What started out as a pleasent sightseing trip over the mountains for three friends, turned to terror when their plane crashed after hitting a swarm of geese. While making their way down to town, they make a terrifying discovery. As a result, one of them manages to get to the town below in time to… [Read More]
Based on actual events that took place during the attempted coup in Turkey on July 15, 2016, It is told through the eyes of a fictitious English family on holiday In Istanbul at the time. From enjoying a peaceful holiday, they find themselves transferred into a war zone. As a result, although peace appears to… [Read More]
When Jeff, a specialist in black operations, learns that his brother had died while in police custody in Yemen, he flies in looking for answers. However, he soon finds himself involved in a plot to assassinate the self-proclaimed President of Yemen. By doing so, it would not only revenge his brother’s death but possibly save… [Read More]
It’s Christmas Eve, and while Sara waits for her husband and son to arrive home to Blue Hydrangeas, their Cape Cod bed and breakfast, a blizzard threatens to close the bridges, stranding all travelers to and from the Cape. As she prepares for the holiday, a few unexpected visitors arrive at the inn, all sharing… [Read More]
“Vengeance is ours,” she whispers to the shadows, who listen carefully before softly slipping away. When betrayal comes calling at Morwenna Malerby’s door, she makes a deadly vow that sets a dangerous wheel in motion. Nothing is as it seems in these 13 tales of revenge where horror lurks behind a locked door, a curious… [Read More]
What will our world look like in a hundred years? The future, ghosts, aliens, surprising twists, murder, love and beyond… A nightly visitor isn’t all that she seems. A woman’s life draws strange parallels with a space probe. A man wakes up in a black void, with no recollection of how he got there. These are just a few… [Read More]
For centuries lighthouses have served as navigational aids for maritime pilots at sea, warning ships of hidden coastlines and hazardous shoals and pointing to safe entries to harbors. In “The Storyteller,” Colleen McHale travels to her hometown of Rogers City, Michigan, in order to find some personal direction following a brief but brilliant stint as… [Read More]
“The Hangry Toy Box” is a fictional short story about a dad-snoring-tummy-growling noise that the main character, Jake, cannot figure out what is making it or where it is coming from. On top of having to deal with that, he has to deal with his cousin, Tommy, who he does not get along with. Tommy… [Read More]
ISBN : 978-1-926723-07-5 Format : 40 pages, 8.5 x 8.5 po., broché, papier intérieur : Encre intérieure, couleur pure, couverture extérieure #100 en quatre couleurs Avant de lire « Les Biflides se souviennent », il serait peut-être préférable de lire d’abord les « Avant-propos d’un prince fou » de Guy Boulianne si l’on veut de… [Read More]
Daisy and her family accompany their hardworking father on a trip to collect his wages from a slow-paying customer, and encounter surprising consequences. A poignant coming of age story that captures the fallout in a collision of classes. Winner of Tom Howard/John H. Reid Short Story Contest 2007, Honorable Mention
by Michelle Lee
The Author created this book in the same styling of writing as the Author’s do for ‘Chicken Soup For The Soul’ books. All Stories are true life experiences. Names and Locations changed to protect the identities of all individuals involved. The author was somehow one of the characters of three of the enclosed stories. The… [Read More]
Set in the sweeping landscape of Montana, on the majestic, often perilous waters of Alaska, along the coastal lands and waterways of California, and in the skies over China and the Far East, Leaves from the Autumns of Yesterday tells the stories of people Ed Larson has lived with and loved. Ed Larson paints pictures… [Read More]
After Sarah’s grandfather passes away, it’s up to Sarah to pack up a lifetime’s worth of his possessions as she comes to terms with her grief. As she goes through his possessions, she finds a picture. The faded black and white picture seems innocuous at first, but something draws her towards it. As she studies… [Read More]
by JAnn Bowers
Throughout this book, you will meet with me on several occasion for coffee while I tell you about the events that shaped my life and how they affected me. I hope I did justice to my family. I don’t remember every detail of my past and wish people wouldn’t ask. I blocked out a lot… [Read More]
Enter the world of the puzzling and curious in this collection of ten peculiar tales. A tailor receives help from invisible hands; a rambler is forced to work for the dead; a young man confronts the past; a strange package hounds a woman to distraction; a dream catcher nets a killer; a soldier meets a… [Read More]
“Ivan’s innocent and unwitting flirtation with the demonic is first-rate supernatural horror. Ramirez’s characters are beautifully defined, particularly Ivan and Hershey, the school janitor, who turns out to be much more than that. His plot is beautifully scripted and the suspense and supernatural dread emanating throughout this story make it impossible to put down until… [Read More]
by JD Holiday
The Cemetery Affair ~ This is a tales from here to eternity about love, hate, envy, vengeance, death and maybe murder. Well, not murder, but revenge is sweet! Dangers of the Wilderness, New York, 1755 ~ What was it like in a young country where the lack of understanding causes people so different from one… [Read More]
by Amy Braun
Ghosts, vampires, pirates, and more haunt the pages of this short story collection from author Amy Braun. In BRIGHT BUTTERFLY, Nova is an urban legend. Newly chosen to carry on the Mothman’s legacy, she believes in using her powers to protect humans rather than feeding from their fear. But the other, older urban legends are… [Read More]
How do you forget someone you’ve loved once? Ji-woo dreams of becoming a writer and is back in college giving it a second shot. But then Weon-gyu, her first love, comes back into her new life. Will she give up on her dreams or will she write them a happy ending?
Emyla is desperately in love with a man named Jason.But there is secret, after secret, after secret. Jason is keeping all these secrets from Emyla, and she does not know why. Emyla hanging on try’s to find herself, but not what she even dreamed of.
by Chris Orcutt
Voted by IndieReader as one of the Best Indie Books of 2013. Chris Orcutt has riveted and delighted readers with his critically acclaimed Dakota Stevens Mystery Series. Now in his new short story collection, The Man, The Myth, The Legend, Orcutt applies his artistry and fertile imagination to the perfect genre for busy readers of… [Read More]
Mother’s Red Fingernail Polish features six delightful short stories. Each one showcases humor and adventure in the world around us. Discover a life well lived, a challenge taken, a person remembered and laughter earned. Read about red fingernail polish as a metaphor for life; a four-wheel-drive caravan into the Australian bush; a daughter lost in… [Read More]