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michele-hart's picture
Something's Rotten at the Gates of Heaven   Under conspiratorial inspiration of Olympian thrones,Thalia, the muse of comedy,sends a blessing of love and laughter to Drew Murphy,a young man cursed to a short and miserable life. But when her favorite messenger Daisy Sullivan accidentally...
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Lizzie Mason just wanted to buy a birthday present for her older brother who loves antiques. What she doesn't expect is to end up in a world far from her own with a mission to save a man's life before it's too late. Genies are only fairy tales. At least that's...
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Six months ago, Cynthia Guerrero's lover and fellow archaeologist Rafael Santiago trekked into the Mexican jungle in search of one of the fabled Cities of Gold—and never emerged.  Guilty over their parting, Cynthia won't rest until she knows what happened. When the discovery of a conquistador's...
kiki-howell's picture
After a Wiccan ritual opens her eyes to her old friend, Maddie’s first week together with Ryan, goes by in a blur of knots and ropes.   Creative in their endeavors, they tie each other to everything from the coffee table to the kitchen cabinets while also implementing various positions.   Neither...
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A witch rejected…a few spells for revenge…an arrogant Prince turned into a Beast…a beautiful woman taken captive … And, that is just the beginning of this tale of a Beauty and a Beast told by the Witch who cast the spell that began it all. A dismal castle, possessed candles, and a little mangy fur...
peter-conners's picture
Emily Ate the Wind tells the story of the drinkers, gamblers, lifelong friends, and frustrated lovers whose lives revolve around The Bar. Told in a series of vignettes, love letters, question and answer formats, newspaper clippings, short stories, and prose poems, the familiar dramas of these...
larry-r-smith's picture
Novella set in industrial Lorain, Ohio, along with short stories set in industrial Ohio Valley and four works of creative nonfiction.
david-niall-wilson's picture
  When Dark Regions publisher Joe Morey told me he wanted this to be “the definitive David Niall Wilson collection,” I wasn’t sure what to do. How do you choose? I’ve written and published over a hundred and fifty short stories over a couple of decades of writing. I have tried very hard over those...