Out This Week! 28th October 2019

28th October 2019 - Devil's Dream - Shayne Silvers The greatest trick the First Vampire ever pulled was convincing the world that he didn't exist. Before the now-infamous Count Dracula ever tasted his first drop of blood, Sorin Ambrogio owned the night…and now he's back. Fleeing Europe and starting a new chapter in his diary... Continue Reading →

Featured Friday! Jessica O’Toole

Animator, fighter pilot, knight, Thundercat – Jessica has wanted to be many things since childhood, but none of them as avidly as being a writer, her dream since age seven. Except perhaps Thundercat – that never gets old. Brought up in Hampshire but living in Sussex, she’s a big fan of castles, cathedrals and circles... Continue Reading →

Observers – Gareth D Jones

I was rather surprised when my Observer first appeared. I was watching TV – a reality show ironically – when he flickered into existence in the corner of the lounge. Like an old fluorescent light with a faulty starter, his image stuttered dimly, then sprang into full colour. I say colour, but he was pretty... Continue Reading →

Out This Week! 21st October 2019

23rd October 2019 - The Stolen Throne - Adam Alexander Haviaras At the peak of Rome's might, a dragon is born among eagles, an heir to a line both blessed and cursed by the Gods for ages. What happened to Lucius Metellus Anguis in the wilds of Dumnonia? The Gods have finally granted Lucius and... Continue Reading →

Review – Nosferatu – Miles Watson

Miles Watson is best known for his Cage Life series, consisting of Cage Life and Knuckle Down, which centres around cage fighting and crime both drawn from Watson's real life experiences, (before any reader gets the wrong idea, he was on the law enforcement side of matters). Cage Life itself is an award winning novel,... Continue Reading →

Featured Friday! Nathan Ayersman

Born in the flat rural terrain of the Eastern Shore of Virginia, I occupied my mind with the escapism of fantasy novels to explore the worlds created by Robert Jordan, Brian Jacques, and Christopher Paolini. Eventually, the image of a sword with a hilt in the shape of a dragon's mouth came to me and... Continue Reading →

Hecatomb 3019 – Callum Colback

Faint bubbling from the tubes in Carly’s nose was the only sound in the care home room. Helen stroked her sisters’ hair and gazed out the window at the city street. Magnetic Levitation, or MagLev, orbs zipped along the Admanium metal road, their drivers scrolling dataslates or talking into the screens built into their arms.... Continue Reading →

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