Author Interview – Richard Easter My Eleventh Author Interview is with the irrepressible Richard Easter, who in his book Cover Stories has taken eight classic songs, and given them an excellent backstory. He talks here about The General Theory of Haunting, part of a spooky trilogy. He spends the bulk of his time, when writing, … Continue reading Author Interview – Richard Easter
A memoir and a love-story to New York.
Summary: 23 short stories, or flash fiction as the style is known, the main themes of which are the darker sides of humanity, and dealing with the places where the visible and otherworld connect, and things break through. Plot: There are 23 short stories, some very short, and mainly in the horror genre. Given that … Continue reading The Sea Was A Fair Master – Calvin Demmer
13 Stories dealing with very human conditions of loneliness, love, insecurity and a desire to belong, mainly from POV of Muslim women
Potted history of the world's most famous people
True-life stories, of people who don't consider themselves refugees. Gritty, holding no punches, yet there is a strong message of hope.
Author Interview - James Maxstadt - Tales of a Nuisance Man
Read of the Valkyries.