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The Academy Saga Book 1

A Young Adult Suspense Romance

Prologue FIRST ORDERS We are all the walking wounded. Some scars are just more visible than others. Mine are the inside kind: unhealed, pink, festering. Outwardly, I’m still a perfect specimen. That’s why I was chosen for Missions. “Cadet Davenport . . . it’s time.” The voice came from the generically pretty assistant, standing in […]

By CJ Daly Posted in Fiction on January 3, 2021 20 min read Continue reading
The Ingenious, and the Colour of Life (The Ingenious Trilogy Book 1)

A Young Adult/New Adult Science Fiction

PROLOGUE Innocence is a beautiful thing. But 13-year-old Jemima Jenkins should have learnt by now to be more suspicious of strangers. She had never really grown out of that youthful virtue of trusting everyone without question – yet there was an unspoken charm to her idyllic little world and her complete obliviousness to anything that […]

By J.Y. Sam Posted in Fiction on December 11, 2020 6 min read Continue reading
The Quest: Search for a Lost Brother

A Young Adult Fantasy Adventure Book

Prologue The battle had been raging for hours, and the king could see his fighters were getting tired. Perched on top of his old trusted mare, the king looked over the battlefield in despair. He knew that going in, there was no way he was going to win this battle, but he could not entertain […]

By Dorothy Mbori Posted in Fiction on November 27, 2020 31 min read Continue reading
Pitch: The Adventures of Danger Rabbit

A Middle Grade Fantasy Novel

When I was younger, it was my dad who decided to cut ties and move away from my mother. Knowing this to be true, you wouldn’t expect him to have been the first to give her a second chance, but he did. He seemed to think my rebuilding a connection was worth the risk as […]

By DeLawrence Washington Jr. Posted in Fiction on October 8, 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 Boy Who Sailed To Spain

A literary fiction

Gibraltar Then all hell broke loose. The sirens on the destroyer started to wail, echoing loudly and eerily all across the bay, red lights flashing on and off throughout the ship. We could see her forward gun turrets move. She was huge and so frightening, a war machine, bristling with power and bearing down on […]

By Paul O'Garra Posted in Fiction on March 30, 2020 12 min read Continue reading
Chronomancer and the Time God

Death of a Paradise

Father Amberdeen led Cameron and Aleister across the sanctuary to a small hallway. At the very end, they rounded the corner and entered a prayer room. A young woman in traveler’s garb sat inside, holding a lute in her lap. She was an attractive lady, with long flowing brown hair, brown eyes, and smooth skin. […]

By James J Meadows III Posted in Fiction on February 22, 2020 7 min read Continue reading

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