Novellas

For a quicker read, but a full story.

Blood Bound

Blood Bound by Sarah Cawkwell Cover Art by Jeff Preston From Sarah Cawkwell comes a fantastic fantasy novella. “Agreement is made this night between Jareth De’Roth and Taryanderon ap Pallerion. For the successful procurement and return of the item (as described) in its original state and undamaged, the promised and Read more →

Extricate

Extricate by Graham Wynd Cover Art by Sarah Anne Langton   Love hurts…but that’s the way she likes it.   EXTRICATE is a violent tale of sexual obsession, unfolding on the dark streets of a nowhere town. Peter falls for Judy the instant he lights her cigarette, but she’s his best Read more →

Got Ghosts

Got Ghosts by Fiona Glass Cover art by Vincent Holland-Keen Haunted manor house Greystones Hall is filled to the brim with ghosts.  It’s also falling to bits, and artist owner Emily doesn’t have the money to refurbish the place. When the makers of hit tv show ‘Got Ghosts?’ offer to Read more →

Heart for the Ravens

Heart for the Ravens by Colin F Barnes Cover image by Bill Munster Layout by Colin F Barnes This novella was originally envisaged as a short story for Tales of Eve, but the idea had so much potential for a novella that we decided to remove the word limit and publish Read more →

What is in the lonely dark?

The Lonely Dark by Ren Warom Available now in paperback, ebooks coming soon. Buy The Lonely Dark Ren Warom’s utterly exquisite SF novella ‘The Lonely Dark’ explores what happens when two people are sent to the edge of space each one being awake only when the other is sleeping. What Read more →

Spares

Spares by Alec McQuay Cover Art by Sarah Anne Langton Alec McQuay’s post apocalyptic novella ‘Spares’  offers an unsettling perspective on what happens if you live forever. No-one dies anymore. Ever. In the wake of the virus wars you are either undamaged and whole or a walking corpse, animated by Read more →

The Velocity of Constant

  The Velocity of  Constant by Hardeep Sangha Cover art by Daniele Serra I can only describe Hardeep Sangha’s ‘The Velocity of the Constant’ as P.K.Dick does beat poetry. It’s part prose, part poetry with hints of science fiction as it moves between the thoughts of the characters and shifts in Read more →