The Unexplained

By David Serra

“I never gave much thought to magic until the day I went for a walk through the woods.” In The Unexplained by David Serra, a young man, Scott, encounters a strange magician who holds him captive when he tries to cross a woodland bridge. If...

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The Day You Were Born

A Prologue to the Deathweaver Series
By Daniel Greenbrook

Following the defining fantasy tradition of Tolkien, The Day You Were Born by Daniel Greenbrook presents us with a dark fantasy tale set in an age-long war between humans and elves. The war is not the subject of the story; rather it shows us the...

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So Absurd It Must Be True

The collection of surreal humor, mystery, and satire (Unique and Absurd Book 2)
By Victoria Ray

So Absurd It Must Be True: The Collection of Surreal Humor, Mystery, and Satire by Victoria Ray is the second book in the Unique and Absurd series, preceded by book one, Funny Tales for Dirty Minds. Ray introduces over two dozen original short stories that...

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How Ferris Wolfe Got Fired

By Beverly Garside

How Ferris Wolfe Got Fired by Beverly Garside is a novella that brings the office to life in a fast-paced, humorous whodunit. Garside puts together a cast of characters to rival the hit series The Office. Ferris Wolfe, the publisher of Aquatic Hobbyist Magazine, thinks...

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Agape and Ares

By Ksenia Sein

Agape and Ares by Ksenia Sein, an Estonian poet and musician, is a lyrical narrative poem about an erotic meeting between a captivating Estonian tourist and a Greek Casanova. But placing the libretto under the title of the Greek God of War and the Goddess...

Neon Noir

Episode 1
By Jayme Lee

Neon Noir: Episode One is a serial hard-boiled detective novella written by Jayme Lee. Dalton’s office was not the polished affair some imagined the natural habitat of a private eye, but it did mostly conform to the reality of an often gritty and danger-filled occupation....

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Barrack Five

A Holocaust Story (Book 1 of the Barracks Series)
By Elyse Hoffman

"He had hoped that working at a concentration camp would give him a reprieve from graffiti. The guests were normally quiet and respectful while touring the grounds. He had hoped they would respect the memory of the murdered Jews and refrain from leaving graffiti in...

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Remember Me at Christmas

By Debra Curwen

In Remember Me at Christmas by Debra Curwen, when Andi meets Mike for the first time, a potential new relationship is quickly dissolved, and Andi could have socked her brother for introducing them. Although Mike was attractive enough, he was only after one thing...

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Short Stories from Saskatchewan and Beyond

By Ryan Thaddeus

Have you ever asked yourself, or someone else for that matter, what is the meaning of life? It’s a profound question that haunts all of us at one time or another and many of us spend our lives searching for the answer. There are other...

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Litost

Sliced Stories
By Samir Satam

Litost: Sliced Stories is a collection of short stories around a similar atmosphere and mood, written and compiled by author Samir Satam. Written for adult reading audiences owing to their dark emotive themes and the presence of some contextually relevant abusive language, this is a...

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