Here are some authors I highly recommend!



Author of The Strange Tales of Brennan and Riz

No courier job is too small, no pest control problem too big.

Strange goings on? Customers getting spooked?

Paranormal crime gone unsolved?

You need Brennan and Riz on the case.

Ever wonder what Fae creatures, ghosts and goblins inhabit our abandoned buildings, riversides and hills, even lurking in the tunnels beneath our streets? They're not all troublesome and most jobs pay well... but for paranormal detective and other-worldly trouble-shooter Brennan and his best friend Riz, a talking rat with a penchant for Rune magic, a greater, darker danger is never far behind.

Based on real folklore and real locations, combined with witty characters and a dry dynamic between Brennan and Riz, the first collection of short stories from Peter James Martin is packed with the familiar and the unusual.

Other titles by Peter  include: The Yeti in the Snow. 

Brennan and Riz also feature in Harvey Duckman presents...

A short story Anthology.

All titles are available to buy on Amazon.



Author of Bloodlines

When former hotshot homicide detective Tom "Doc" Holliday is recruited to join Special Crimes, he trades in his boring desk job for a second chance to do what he does best, hunt down killers. And his first case doesn't disappoint: a murdered woman with a bogus past, her body drained of blood, and two eyewitnesses wasted on the designer drug Goldjoy claiming a vampire did it.

But Holliday is no stranger to the unusual. He wields the Insight, a fickle clairvoyance that allows him to see the dark and terrible things that hide within his world. After all, when you live in Empire City, where magic and technology co-exist, and humanity endures behind walls of stone and spell-forged steel, anything is possible.


addled with a team whose past is as checkered as his own, Holliday embarks upon an investigation that pits them against bio-engineered vampires, interdimensional parasites and the magical masterminds behind it all.

Available to buy on Amazon.



Author of Where Ash Falls

Gunfighting, guts and glory.

Where Ash Falls is a western adventure you won't forget!

Other titles by Dani include: Pawns and the Fallen.

Queen's and the Fallen

How to Win an Argument.

All titles are available to buy on Amazon.



Author of How Not to be a Rogue

Trials of Amaford Novella

Amaford, a city of prosperity and trade. Merchants flock to it, sailors swear by it, but people curse its name. For a city of such stature, its dark side runs to its core. its people struggle to survive the harsh conditions that come with its popularity. More so, the people of its Bridge Districts, or better known as the slums. This is where we find our story, a story covered in filth and poverty.

What started out as a typical day in Amaford becomes something more as a young urchin finds himself constantly plotted against lady luck. Jimmy, a teenager with a long streak of bad jokes and a loose tongue, is forced into a situation that could change his life forever. Armed with a handful of knives, sub-par wit and the charm of a feral kitten, he finds himself struggling to save the day. It's in this day that only Jimmy can show you what it's like when shit truly hits the fan.

Other titles by Zack are: How Not to be a Scribe. Trials of Amaford Novella

Both novella's are available to buy on Amazon.



Author of The Face of a Monster

America's Frankenstein

The year 2018 will herald the 200th anniversary of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley's Frankenstein, or The Modern Prometheus. The timing seems right for the story of a real monster. German-born immigrant Anton Probst arrived in New York in 1863. Within two hours of his arrival, he enlisted in the Union Army. During the American Civil War, Probst bore witness to mankind's brutality. Afterwards, he became an inmate at the disreputable Blockley Almshouse in Philadelphia.

Frankenstein was first conceived by Shelley in 1816. Her monster was an embodiment of abandonment and loneliness, feelings Shelley shared. In despair, the creature resorted to violence. Fifty years after Frankenstein's conception, Anton Probst adopted characteristics of Shelley's monstrous creation. He became Philadelphia's first mass-murderer when he slaughtered members of the Christopher Dearing family.

After his death, Probst's story continued. The creature that he had become left a deep impression on the people of Philadelphia and New York. Researchers used Anton Probst's body to show the effects of galvanization, the same means by which Frankenstein's monster stirred to life. Incredibly, similarities surface between Shelley and her circle, her monster, and the events that transpired when the blood of innocents was shed an ocean away. One defining difference is present. Unlike Shelley's creature, the story of America's monster is very real.

Available to buy on Amazon.



Author of Octavius Guy & The Case of the Thieving Maharajah.

1852. With the business of the Moonstone diamond finally laid to rest, Mr Franklin Blake and his wife Rachel are now happily married, living in London, and blessed with a healthy baby daughter named Julia. Mr Blake has taken his late father's seat in Parliament, and his party's fortunes are on the rise--in fact they are about to overthrow the coalition government of the day.

But then the inexplicable occurs. Miss Rachel and her elderly aunt are attacked in the street by a  gang of feral children, whose only purpose, it seems, is to plant a photographic portrait of a young, rich Indian lad in the old lady's handbag.

Enter the Blakes' lawyer's office boy, Octavius Guy--better known as Gooseberry--who once helped the family bring the mystery of the Moonstone to a close. Join Gooseberry, the fourteen-year-old boy detective, as he and his ragtag bunch of friends descend into London's Victorian demi-monde and underworld to ferret out the truth, while spending as much as they can of his employer's money along the way!

Other titles by Michael  include: Octopus: Octavius Guy and the Case of the Throttled Tragedienne (Send for Octavius Guy Book 2) 

Big Bona Ogles, Boy!: Octavius Guy and the Case of the Mendacious Medium (Send for Octavius Guy Book 3)

The Bridge of Dead Things (The Involuntary Medium Book 1)

The Scarab Heart (The Involuntary Medium Book 2)

Why the Victorians Saw Ghosts - An Illustrated Guide to 19th Century Spiritualism                       

All titles are available to buy on Amazon.                              

More amazing authors!



Author of Woodrush Towers - Agents of Odd: Supernatural Suspense Horror. 

Can the walls of Woodrush contain the evil within?

He walks the corridor; unaware the evil lurking behind reinforced concrete can reach him and anyone he knows.
Will a golden book foretell his future?
Should he side with the criminally insane? Or trust the suited strangers who visit his friends killer and the only person he trusts?

Set in present-day Southern England. This character led supernatural suspense horror sees Danial Morris, an unconfident single male thrown into a world of spies, murder and paranormal activity.  

Inside Woodrush Towers, a prison for the mentally insane. Danial befriends Len Happy. Len warns of pending doom and needs Danial's help to find the only thing able to stop an ancient spirit from unleashing its full potential. Can the walls of Woodrush contain the evil within?     

Thrust into otherworldliness, Danial questions his sanity. Struggles to believe the unbelievable and endeavour’s to uncover the reason for his involvement. And who – or what – he’s fighting…   

Three entwined journeys collide in this high-octane tail leaving the door open for the next instalment.

Other titles by Steven  include: Zeta - Resin Pines

Both books are available to buy on Amazon.



The Day of the Martians: The War of the Worlds audio drama sequel. Martian Tripods return to Earth in volume one of the Martian Diaries.

No one would have believed that the War of the Worlds would erupt and flare again in the last days of 1913. Only Ogilvy the astronomer realizes the true significance of the greenish streak of the comet hurtling towards Earth, as he himself investigate the discovery of an old Martian cylinder, found unopened and intact in the mountains of Wales. In a matter of months, countless Martian cylinders will arrive with a million fighting machines and it becomes clear to him that the invaders must have developed a weapon to destroy the Earth's bacteria. On the eve of a new invasion from Mars Ogilvy, the Artilleryman and the writer from HG Wells' original alien novel, become embroiled in events as Martian tripods are once again set to terrorize the south east of England. Can mankind hope to survive as the tripod killing machines prepare for their ultimate attack? The Day of the Martians continues the iconic theme of The War of the Worlds in a compelling, unmissable adventure complete with original music, in this first volume of The Martian Diaries science fiction series. 

Available to buy on Amazon.



Author of The Last Titan.

On the run from the government and a local gangster, Daniel White thought things couldn’t get any worse. But he’d not reckoned on meeting a woman he discovered lurking in his bedroom the previous night again. 

He soon realises that things may just be about to get a whole lot worse after all...

WARNING: This contains adult themes which make it unsuitable for children

Available to buy on Amazon.



Author of Q.W.E.R.T.Y

In the tradition of "Twilight Zone", Q.W.E.R.T.Y. takes you into another dimension. A place where all things are possible. Luke is an author and a widower. His aunt gifts him a Remington typewriter and he soon discovers that everything he types, comes true.

"What if I can bring her back?"

In this novella, that is a cross between time travel and paranormal romance, you'll read a compelling, poetic tale that follows Luke on a heart-breaking journey - one that will change everything. 

Available on Amazon.

Barb is a multi-genre author of many published titles. Visit Goodreads to view the full list of her titles.


365 authors in one book!

Including me!

We tasked a talented global writing community to produce their best work. We provided them with 37 challenging prompts. We gave them a strict 280 character limit. From thousands of entries, we selected just 365.What can be achieved with just 280 characters? On these pages you will feel the fabric of love and depths of loss, you will explore mortality and ponder what it truly means to be alive, you will find poetry, prose, wonder, despair, humour and courage. Most of all you will find exceptional thought-provoking authors who are pushing their form to the very limits and beyond. All royalties of this anthology go directly to a children's literacy charity.

Available on Amazon.


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