After reading the Icelandic Sagas in his childhood, and having a great interest in the world history, the author creates his own world, “Esthopia.” A continent of six kingdoms, and ... Read full author bio >
"A well-rounded cliffhanger of an opening to a series likely to engage fans of medieval-themed fantasy."
Before The Telegraph (October 2014) and The Independent (January 2015) discovered the appeal of Suburban Noir fiction, I took to categorizing my novels under that banner because my work doesn ... Read full author bio >
"... the nuanced and believable story paints its picture in striking colors."
Eliza Sherlock worked in the insurance business while writing fiction in her spare time. Her part-time creative pursuit became full-time in 2013 when she left to begin a writing career ... Read full author bio >
"An often beautiful and insightful set of stories about people both lonely and in love."
As an Author, speaker and educator, it is my aim to enlighten and uplift with stories of transformation and hope. My work seeks reconciliation: racial, spiritual and personal. I have ... Read full author bio >
"A poignant short story collection that examines African-American males in the modern era."
Eusebius Clay studied creative writing at Goucher College with Jonathan David Jackson, Madison Smartt Bell, and Laura Lippman, who was the writer in residence. He was accepted into a selective ... Read full author bio >
"This entertaining, if not ultimately groundbreaking, collection provides readers with a range of fiction's possibilities."
Dave Gordon was born in the foothills of Mt. Laramie in Wyoming. He grew up in eastern Washington State in Yakima, graduating from Marquette Jesuit High School, located there, and ... Read full author bio >
"Particularly for readers interested in pursuing their own spiritual development, Steve’s story may serve as a useful and enjoyable model."
Randy Thornhorn is the teller of many tender and eerie tales, including this one. Most of Mr. Thornhorn's stories occur in a displaced world, a fable-infested Southern region some ... Read full author bio >
"A thriller that’s as Georgian as peach pie, with a darkness that creeps like kudzu."
Jim Story is a novelist, short-story writer, poet, and author of the recently published and much-acclaimed novel Problems of Translation, or Charlie's Comic, Terrifying, Romantic, Loopy Round-the-World Journey in ... Read full author bio >
"A sure-handed narrative led by a hapless but resilient adventurer."
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