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The Darkest Gift

A Paranormal Vampire Horror

CHAPTER 4 Laurent and Fabien (Laurent narrates) I ’ll always remember the first time I saw Fabien. It was a warm spring evening in May; the year was seventeen hundred and eighty-two. We met at the Parc Monceau. I was there for an evening of festivities celebrating the king’s visit. There would be a fireworks […]

By Len Handeland Posted in Uncategorized on August 11, 2021 72 min read Continue reading
Sanctuary (The Dark Days Series Book 2)

A Sci-fi Adventure Thriller

Chapter 1 Sonny As I sat hidden in the brush underneath a tree cooling in the shade, I looked at my wristwatch, it was 1:30pm. I wound it again. The watch was still in good shape, despite everything that had happened – military design I suppose. This watch was clearly built to last, water and […]

By Christopher Cole Posted in Fiction on July 18, 2021 40 min read Continue reading
VALAKOR: The Great Occult War

A Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction Horror 

I SAW A UNIVERSE OF UNIFIED FLESH. PARADISE. NERVE TENDONS FLOODED WITH SEROTONIN, NEURAL NETWORKS OF TRILLIONS OF INDIVIDUALS RACING WITH SIGNALS AND POSSIBILITY. I WAS CAPTIVATED BY THE BEAUTY OF THIS DREAM, AND THE MOMENT I DECIDED TO MAKE THIS MY GRAND QUEST, I WAS FINALLY ABLE TO EXIT THE VOID…200 MILLION YEARS OF […]

By Walter Black Posted in Fiction on March 23, 2021 3 min read Continue reading
The Dawn of Unions

The Cycle of Bones Book 1

Kaith felt the impact of something massive colliding against his shield. He’d braced his shoulder, and for a wonder his position held. Blows from weapons rarely made the bones and muscles of his shield arm vibrate so completely. In more standard engagements, the largest danger came from clever strikes that forced the shield off its […]

By JP Corwyn Posted in Fiction on March 26, 2020 11 min read Continue reading
Places Where The Moon Never Shines

8 Twisted Tales

A Fork Tongued Whisper The children rushed to the glass screen and immediately smeared it with their breath and fingerprints. On the other side, a pair of pink beady eyes watched, and a flickering tongue tasted the air. Its yellow head was poised and motionless above its large coiled maze-like patterned body. “Is it even […]

By Leon Thornton Posted in Fiction on February 21, 2020 15 min read Continue reading

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