The first in a fantasy series of dark fairytale stories, The Winter King. Stories in this series can be read as stand-alone pieces, but also weave together to form a broad plot arc. ... [click here for more]
A DARK MOON RISES OVER THE SLEEPY STREETS OF ARKHAM Jenny Barnes never guessed that she would be returning to America so soon, or under such circumstances. Arkham, Massachusetts, is a far cry from Paris, but when her sister’s regular correspondence became increasingly deranged before stopping entirely, Jenny could not shake the feeling that something terrible had happened to her. As Jenny begins... [click here for more]
The study of antiquities is no fit activity for a lady, according to Amaryllis Raven's guardians, the aunt and uncle who took her in after her father's death. Yet her Aunt Sessiletyn makes no effort to introduce her to the ton. Heir to a marquessate, Chaunce Boothsby would rather dig for buried Roman ruins than play a man-about-town. They might never have met, but for a duck-chasing dog.
Before long... [click here for more]
Things have a tendency to go wrong around privileged Twy and the whirlwind of violence that is Bess.
But can they hold it together for one fancy date at the hottest eatery around, on the most romantic day of the year? Probably not, but as they say, it's how you respond to adversity--or the bar fight your girlfriend starts because she's bored--that defines your character. And these two certainly have... [click here for more]
John Fortune is a street kid made good. Thanks to a genius for maths and physics, he carves out a successful career in interstellar engineering. But there's something not quite right about John. Something not quite human. His one true friend, Frank Patterson, is sure he knows the secret. Frank can't afford to be wrong. Mankind's survival depends on it. This 10,000 word short SF story/novella is... [click here for more]
On October 2. 1936. the SS Orient Princess, a vessel of some 8,000 tons, put into Valparaiso carrying a cargo of timber and crude rubber from the Dutch East Indies. Immediately upon arrival, her captain, one Willem van Groot, was met by two members of the local police and Professor Thomas Wilmerson of Miskatonic University, the latter having flown to Chile in response to an urgent radio message sent... [click here for more]