This short story set in Medieval England during the turbulent War of the Roses tells how the events of one cold and stormy winter night caused an old and storied inn for travelers to have its name changed. It includes some pleasingly evocative imagery, particularly with regard to the proprietors of the inn and the men-at-arms that converge upon it.
“The Christmas Inn” was written by author Ella... [click here for more]
The Amphirite was a prison ship bound for Austrailia. She went down at sea, taking her cargo of women and children to a watery depth. This historical fiction is about that event and maybe... what happened after. ... [click here for more]
Edgy. Controversial. Thoughtful. Brilliant.
There are a lot of adjectives that have been used over the decades to describe the writings of Victor J. Banis. From his start in gay fiction, to forays into other genres such as mystery and horror, Banis’ unique voice has brought to life a myriad of characters and creatures, excitement and entertainment, as well as the trials and tribulations... [click here for more]
Achtung! Cthulhu is a world packed full of heroes, and this brand new revised edition of Tales from the Crucible features eight individuals who have well and truly seized their moment; eight drawn into the chaos of the Secret War, whose very actions are instrumental in giving Section M, Majestic and the Allies a fighting chance against the insidious power of The Order of the Black Sun... [click here for more]
Nights of the Crusades is set in a land and time that is familiar on the surface, but within its cracks lie tales of alchemy, madness and violence. It is a world that could have happened and then been lost to barbarity and time. Within these tales you will find a dark mixture of the One Thousand and One Nights, the history surrounding the Crusades and both modern and ancient tales of terror.
Set in... [click here for more]