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Silent Screams

In the aftermath of a tragic school shooting, the group must find their own form of justice and a way to begin healing

Chapter Eleven Lane “How was group therapy,” my mom asked. I turned to her, and I didn’t even want to get into how the session was. I turned and looked out the window. I just stared at the trees as they were passing by. I couldn’t look at my mom once again. She had been […]

By Zachary Ryan Posted in Fiction on August 30, 2020 11 min read Continue reading
Miracle Uprising

A Psychological Thriller Novel

The General took a valiant role in sweeping through the land and seizing the vital areas that the Sultan had lusted for. He did all of this with a stain on his heart. His beloved wife had fallen ill and was hospitalized in a northern medical hospital. The General took his earnings back to pay […]

By Blair James Steward Posted in Fiction on August 24, 2020 9 min read Continue reading
Memoirs Of The Senator's Wife

A Historical Thriller Romance Novel

Chapter One Estella’s Childhood 1940’s Texas Two decades later, a frustrated mother was shouting at her young daughter to clean up for supper. “Estellaaaaaa, get out of the sun! You look like a field hand and your hair is a mess! I told you a million times not to go swimming in the lake when […]

By S. M. Ford Posted in Fiction on August 20, 2020 8 min read Continue reading
The Peacock Door: Ancient Pathways and Hidden Keys Book One

A Children's Fantasy Magic Book

THE BEGINNING… It was one of those coastal towns—you know the type—charming in a coastal town sort of way and yet rugged in a coastal town sort of way, with jutting rocks and turbulent waves. And yet, when the sun was shining, and the inland waters were sparkling, it seemed crisp and fresh and alive […]

By Wanda Kay Knight Posted in Fiction on August 12, 2020 12 min read Continue reading
Kronos Rising: Kraken Vol. 3.

The Most Feared Monster in Human History is Making Humans . . . History.

CHAPTER 12 The Devil had come home to Tartarus. Seventy-five yards from the Vault’s partially-submerged entrance, Natalya Dragunova watched with disbelieving eyes as the Octopus giganteus continued its frenzied assault. The sounds of straining metal and the shrill cry of claxons repeatedly rent the air, and she grimaced and clamped her hands over her ears. All […]

By Max Hawthorne Posted in Fiction on August 4, 2020 11 min read Continue reading
Dreams of Smoke

A Detective Murder Mystery

Few tourists come to San Francisco in mid-April, at least, not ones familiar with San Francisco weather. The Bay Area is only comfortably warm from about late June to mid-November. The rest of the time, it’s rainy, foggy, cool, and windy. Very nice if you’re half Eskimo. Of course, it does have its sporadic days […]

By Gerald Boltz Posted in Fiction on August 3, 2020 12 min read Continue reading
The Cry of the Lake

A Psychological Thriller for Mystery Lovers

Death smells of macaroons. Amelie was slumped over the kitchen table, face in a plate of meringues. Spearmint-green flakes stuck to her left cheek. Her glazed irises remained fixed upon a vase of spiky dahlias, cut and arranged by Grace that very morning. Every tangerine petal was bug and blemish free; my sister was well […]

By Charlie Tyler Posted in Fiction on August 3, 2020 8 min read Continue reading
Love & Pollination

A Romantic Comedy

…‘I told Saul I’d do as he asked.’ Perdita thought it best to slip that in while Luke and Gavin were distracted by the food. ‘I think,’ Luke said, ‘you need to tell us what you just said again as I don’t think I could have possibly heard right.’ ‘I didn’t hear right either,’ Gavin […]

By Mari Jane Law Posted in Fiction on July 28, 2020 11 min read Continue reading
Life is Big

A Contemporary Witty Literary Fiction

Alma-Jane I am Alma-Jane, and I am genetically happier than the average person.  I know this because 5 days ago one of the researchers at the New York City Hospital, where I go once a week, told me so. “My dear AJ,” she said, eyeing me between quick, nervous blinks, “your Genetic Happiness score is […]

By Kiki Denis Posted in Fiction on July 16, 2020 11 min read Continue reading
The Barbarian Who Stayed For Tea

A Historical Fiction set in Taiwan

Prologue The middle of the China Sea, 1885 From his position on the wet floor in the corner of the dark and dank room, the boy rubbed his blood-shot eyes and looked around him. The room resembled a medieval battlefield littered by the slain. Men and women of all backgrounds lay slumped over chairs, tables […]

By Chris Lines Posted in Fiction on June 30, 2020 7 min read Continue reading
The Illustrated Bestiary of Unicorns and Their Kin

A Unique Fantasy Short Adventure

Most people no longer believe in Unicorns, and I ashamedly admit that I was one of those.  Even the so-called “Unicorn horns” collected by certain unmentionable people were proven actually to be from a type of sea creature!  What if there were more than one type of Unicorn?  Yet, wasn’t the Unicorn a fairy tale?  […]

By D.J. Ramsay Posted in Fiction on June 27, 2020 6 min read Continue reading
The Guardians of Erum and the Calamitous Child of Socotra

An Arabian Mythological Fantasy 

Long ago, on a calm night in the early years of ancient Arabia, Behas entered a palm-farming settlement near the southern tip of the Arabian Desert. He snaked his way between mud-walled farms in a palm grove, moving towards his next victim and dragging his dark blue cloak over the wet path with effort. To […]

By A. Ali Hasan Ali Posted in Fiction on June 25, 2020 13 min read Continue reading
To Baby, From Daddy: A Love Letter from a Father to a Daughter

A Heartwarming Children's Picture Book

By Steve Nguyen Posted in Fiction on June 23, 2020 1 min read Continue reading
Enchanted

An Utterly Magical Contemporary Beauty and Beast Retelling

CHAPTER ONE The snow storm’s intensity had peaked, waves of snow rushing against my car as I drove down Highway 43 to my small hometown of Starling. The storm should have been at the height of my concerns, but the dread sitting heavy in my chest was mostly due to the fanatical ramblings of my […]

By Rosaline Morgan Posted in Fiction on June 19, 2020 14 min read Continue reading
Kaji Warriors: Shifting Strength

A Science Fiction Adventure Novel

Amid her meditation, something in the forest sends the hairs on the back of Atae’s neck on end. When the distinct and high-pitch zing of a hilt forming a blade flitters through the wilds and settles on Atae’s ears, panic overrides her senses. She launches to her feet and twirls around. Her eyes bounce from […]

By Kelly A Nix Posted in Fiction on June 13, 2020 11 min read Continue reading

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