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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
The Lebensborn Alliance

A Historical Fiction from WWII era

Chapter Seven Adok is talking to his brother Hans. Adok recalls the day he sees Nazi Colonel Otto Strauss awaken from the dead weeks after WWII ends. “Did you see the colonel awaken?” Hans asked. Adok walked up to the window and stood beside Hans. “Yes, eleven years ago. It was two days after we […]

By Joyce Yvette Davis Posted in Fiction on June 5, 2020 6 min read Continue reading
Island Eyes

A Travel Adventure in Thailand.

Chapter 6 – GrungThep Bangkok City, late night. A smell like wet gas, if that’s possible. The smashed mirror of side-streets were tight and tall, voices sung from cut stone doorways, indecipherable at first. The broken system of the city that never slept showed me one of its sad sallow faces. She couldn’t have been […]

By Clem Posted in Fiction on June 2, 2020 10 min read Continue reading
The Untold Stories of a Water Dragon

A Juvenile Fiction Book on a Water Dragon

Chapter One In the mystical mountains of Scotland, created millions of years ago by huge volcanic eruptions, sat a great loch, deep, dark, and icy. Those magical, almost spiritual waters, surrounded by steep hills and sloping glens, lay between two small, isolated communities. Clouds like crumpled leather drifted hauntingly over this remote land. Above this […]

By Carmen Cardashian Posted in Fiction on May 30, 2020 12 min read Continue reading
Dragon Heart: Stone Will Book 1

A Wuxia LitRPG Book

Prologue Blue eyes peered at two yellow stars. Instead of pupils, he had sharp spindles. A man and a dragon looked at each other. The creature, which had been alive for millions of years, had spent its most recent ones in a tomb. Unable to move its tail or claws, it gazed into the infinite […]

By Kirill Klevanski Posted in Fiction on May 25, 2020 6 min read Continue reading
Jeska: Stories from the Plantation Book WA 1

A Historical Fiction

CHAPTER ONE Malqata was the most beautiful palace Jeska had ever set her eyes on. Never mind that, in all her five years, it was the only palace she had ever set her eyes on. Father never let her go too far without him because he never wanted her to go missing. “Stay close to […]

By Lady Dre Posted in Fiction on May 23, 2020 11 min read Continue reading
A Woman Does It Better 

A Political Satire from A Future Woman President

From the Publisher: The First Woman President (F.W.P) served two terms. Written twenty years after she held office, this condensed memoir is being released now, prior to taking place. Maybe we can learn from history before it happens. Introduction I RAN MY CAMPAIGN ALMOST entirely over the Internet, resulting in my fancy words and “sound-bite” […]

By Nancy Omeara Posted in Fiction on May 23, 2020 5 min read Continue reading
Nasu Rabi (Old Bear)

A Young Adult Coming of Age Fantasy

Autumn – 30 A.E. Chapter One Raiders The air was still, and Darius concentrated. The expanse of the wide meadow and the pine forest encroaching from the west faded from the edges of his vision. There was only the target: a flat, round piece of wood wedged against the trunk of one of the giant […]

By D.L. Roley Posted in Fiction on May 7, 2020 9 min read Continue reading
The Convergence

Where Tragedy + Hope Collide

Chapter 1: The Wreckage A closed, clenched fist drove hard and fast into the steel of his van door.  He did not feel it.  There was no pain, no agony involved, as the transmitters of all such feeling had long stopped functioning.  Only the popping sound of sheet metal denting and flexing could be heard, […]

By Chuck Carr Posted in Fiction on May 6, 2020 7 min read Continue reading
Jalisco

Latina Superhero: Graphic Novel (A La Brava Book 1)

By Kayden Phoenix Posted in Fiction on May 5, 2020 1 min read Continue reading

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