Monthly Archives: November 2016

Think The World Is ending? It Is Now!

Okay, so I’ve grabbed you in with a shamelessly clickbait title there. But I promise there’s something fabulous waiting in this post! 😉 So, yours truly has the awesome pleasure of bein…

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Think The World Is ending? It Is Now!

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Okay, so I’ve grabbed you in with a shamelessly clickbait title there. But I promise there’s something fabulous waiting in this post! 😉 So, yours truly has the awesome pleasure of being in a new apocalyptic/dystopian boxset with 13 other incredible authors. VISIONS OF THE FALL has over 1 MILLION WORDS! So you’re not going to run out of reading material any time soon – and all for just $1.99.

I know, pop your eyeballs back in, and we’ll take a closer look at the stories within. 🙂

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Due to mature content, situations and language, this collection is recommended for audiences 18+. Some stories are written in American, and some in British English. The authors have chosen to stay true…

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Author of the Month – Ronesa Aveela

This month’s Author of the Month is Ronesa Aveela – author of several books (non fiction and fiction) inspired by Bulgarian myths, folklore and mythology. Ronesa grew up in Bulgaria and…

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Christmas Past: a short story by Julie Elizabeth Powell

Julie Elizabeth Powell has an admirable talent for writing. Her works include novels, memoir, poetry and short stories, covering a wide range of genres. This particular piece, Christmas Past…

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Christmas Past: a short story by Julie Elizabeth Powell

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Julie Elizabeth Powell has an admirable talent for writing. Her works include novels, memoir, poetry and short stories, covering a wide range of genres.

This particular piece, Christmas Past , is a short story, set many years in the future. According to the Law of the New Earth, curiosity was considered to be dangerous and it had, on the whole, been bred out of the population. However, this dangerous attribute that had once been such a driving force for humanity, seems to have escaped extinction.

Thomat and Draven are determined to find out the secrets that have been hidden from them by the Elders. In their search, they discover an archive full of details about Christmas and its associated traditions. Their eyes are opened to the possibility of life that can be lived in a new and meaningful way.

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Where have all the readers gone?

Grant Leishman has now published several fiction novels across different genres. Having received strong acclamation for his writing, and success as a best seller on Amazon, he poses an interesting …

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