Do you believe in fate? In kismet, destiny? Marilyn Pickford didn’t. Oh, she held a vague belief in some supernatural power, but figured anything that happened to a person was caused solely by that person’s efforts or was pure coincidence. The fault in her logic was just around the block and headed in her direction. CLICK HERE TO READ THE ENTIRE STORY
Michael Killbride, a convicted Irish terrorist just released from prison, has no money, no job, not even a family to welcome him home. All Michael Killbride has is a blank space in his life 14 years in the making. CLICK HERE TO READ THE ENTIRE BOOK REVIEW
The Big One hits Los Angeles, and Marty Slack finds himself shaken but in one piece in the rubble of what was once a TV studio. Marty, a pampered television executive, thinks he’s prepared with his bag of supplies in the trunk of his car set there for just such and emergency. There is no radio, no cell phone service, and, effectively, no Los Angeles. Marty sets his mind to one goal, reaching his home and his wife in the hills above the late great city of Los Angeles… CLICK HERE TO READ THE ENTIRE REVIEW.
Mary Russell awakens in an unfamiliar bed in an unfamiliar room in an unfamiliar body. She doesn’t know how she got there, how she received the cuts and bruises on her body, or even who she is. What she does know is that she can’t be taken prisoner by the two armed French soldiers knocking at the door of the house in which she finds herself…CLICK HERE TO READ THE ENTIRE REVIEW
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One more surprise, a short piece of fiction was posted yesterday…CLICK HERE TO READ CARNAGE
Finally, some Fiction for Entertainment! A piece of Flash fiction for a quick read to get you started storming your own castles today … click here to read the entire piece.
The Stephanie Plum series of novels has been called Romantic Comedy by many, Romantic Mystery by others, and Romantic adventure by even other readers. I’ve heard rumors of three readers who call them Trash, but what do they know? No matter what you call them, how you categorize them, or where you find them, Janet Evonovich’s Stephanie Plum novels are fun to read…CLICK HERE TO READ THE ENTIRE REVIEW
Millicent Boarder’s second cousin, Mr. North, took in the Boarder family when her father died leaving them penniless. Now, after years as near-slaves, the reclusive Mr. North dies in his bed, an act which leaves the Boarder family once more without a home or male protector, an unseemly plight for a 18th century woman no matter her age, for, it seems, Mr. North’s considerable estate passes to his brother, Percival…CLICK HERE TO READ THE ENTIRE STORY
Ever wonder what it would be like to save earth from destruction by an alien race? Or, how about being the Empress of an alien culture that spans hundreds or even thousands of planets? Jennifer Hodges finds out what both will be like…CLICK HERE TO READ THE ENTIRE REVIEW.
The here and now is Brasenose College near Oxford, England, 2054. There and then is an unnamed village near Oxford, England, 1300. Time travel isn’t a common practice in 2054 but Historians manage it. Careful planning, specially trained technicians, electronic magic and brave volunteers look into the past for the sake of history. Kivrin is one such volunteer, a student historian eager to experience the past…CLICK HERE TO READ THE ENTIRE REVIEW.