A master thief sees the perfect opportunity to frame his rival, and learns that best laid plans are often the first to go awry.
About Brandon O'Brien
Brandon O'Brien is a poet and writer from Trinidad and Tobago whose work has been shortlisted for the 2014 Alice Yard Prize for Art Writing and the 2014 and 2015 Small Axe Literary Competitions, and appears in Strange Horizons, Uncanny, Reckoning, Arsenika, New... [click here for more]
M.E.T.A. Force Origins: Lord FoulwindGenre: Fantasy
Length: 2,100 words (6 pages)
M.E.T.A. Force Origins is a series of short stories revealing the backgrounds and early adventures of the greatest heroes of M.E.T.A. Force and their most villainous adversaries. In this issue we explore Lord Foulwind's otherworldly... [click here for more]
All Elizabeth hoped to do was to rekindle the love in her marriage. Yet despite ignoring her social obligations and immersing herself in her husband's important work, somehow this only made things worse.
Her last hope is her unborn child, a source of unrequited love to fill the void inside her. But that too is taken from her. How? Why?
Her doctor avoids her. Her husband berates her. And there are... [click here for more]
Terrifying nightmares, strange visions, haunting apparitions, and worse. In his book of Scottish Ghost Stories, Elliott O'Donnell includes four accounts of hauntings at the infamous Glamis Castle. Listen to them all in this creepy collection of tales from the Square Tower! ... [click here for more]
Keep your wits about you! This is the place where the death bogle appears. When this monstrous apparition manifests at the crossroads, whosoever he touches with his strange, spidery fingers will surely be dead within the year.
From the book of Scottish Ghost Stories compiled by Elliott O'Donnell in 1911. ... [click here for more]
A minister and his wife are confronted by a terrifying apparition while staying at a spooky old inn in Scotland.
From the book of Scottish Ghost Stories compiled by Elliott O’Donnell in 1911. ... [click here for more]
An unsuspecting cyclist encounters a group of ghost soldiers and Highlanders whose spirits are locked in battle. As if that wasn't terrifying enough, she is then confronted by a murderous grave-robbing ghost girl. From the book of Scottish Ghost Stories compiled by Elliott O'Donnell in 1911. ... [click here for more]