We are delighted to announce the launch of the first book in Anne Michaud’s trio of collections that put girls and women at the fore of their own stories.
In the first volume our heroines find themselves face to face with alien forces.
Five Girls, Five Aliens. Five Tales of courage and outer space. In this collection by Anne Michaud the lesson is clear, never underestimate the power and resolve of ordinary women in extraordinary circumstances.
‘Anne Michaud’s writing is haunting, powerful and often beautiful’ – Amanda Rutter
Snakes and Ladders
Stories by Anne Michaud
Cover by Daniele Serra
Edited by Amanda Rutter
Formatted by HandEbooks
Cover layout by Vincent Holland-Keen
You can find the paperback and ebook on Amazon worldwide and the ebook in mobi and epub on our own estore.
5 Girls, 5 Aliens. Five Tales of courage and outer space. In this collection by Anne Michaud the lesson is clear, never underestimate the power and resolve of ordinary women in extraordinary circumstances.
The world lies in ruins: overrun by an endless tide of self-replicating killing machines known as the Bugs. Only a fraction of its population managed to flee the planet aboard whatever ship would carry them, heading for jump points that would take them to new solar systems and, hopefully, to safety.
PROMINENT PROFESSOR STABBED TO DEATH AT KINGSLEY COLLEGE
Unfortunately, the murder may get lost in the confusion of new vice presidents, marketers, focus groups, assessors and protestors as the administration tries to make education profitable. There’s no time for mystery!
Time is the Death of Heroes. Time is the Eater of Names.
The old knight is lost.
Sir Aethed, disguised as a merchant’s bodyguard, travels the world seeking to reunite his crusading king Aaren with the mythical blade Moontalon, so that the crusader king might turn the tide against Ivak Mornscour and save Guien from his horde of travesties.
Still not sure? Read the opening chapters of all four in the free download on our front page.
I am very excited to finally announce a book that we have had bubbling away as a plan for quite some time!
Ian Whates of NewCon Press and author of multiple amazing series, novels and short stories is entrusting Fox Spirit Books with a collection!
Dark Travellings will be launched at Edge.Lit this summer with a stunning image from Michael Marshall Smith for the cover.
This project started with a conversation at Nine Worlds a couple of years ago and is a collection of thirteen new stories and reprints in multiple genres that I am delighted to see it come to life. With an introduction by Storm Constantine, these are Ian’s darker tales, so take a trip with us.
Always a Dancer and Other Stories by Steve Lockley is live today in paperback and ebook.
Cover art is by Steve Upham, model is Miss Doubtfire.
A collection of tall tales from author Steve Lockley that ranges from the whimsical to the horrifying, from wistful to chilling. There are dark tales of old rites and all manner of men and beasts to encounter. Featuring some established favourites and some never before released stories collected together for the first time.
‘… more than anything there are tales of Mystery and Imagination, trust me on this. This particular thing, this collection, has been too long coming. ‘ Steven Savile
“Always reliable, Steve Lockley spins tales to delight, disturb and horrify, and with this exciting new collection you’re in safe, capable hands.” Tim Lebbon author of The Hunt and The Silence
‘Good, solid story telling. Steve Lockley is a master craftsman.’ Simon Clark author of His Vampyrrhic Bride and The Night of the Triffids
Always a Dancer
Life in a Northern Town
The First Time
The Mermaid’s Tears
The Long Wait
When Two Hearts Beat in Time
The Last Frost
Life and Life Only
Don’t Leave Me Down Here
This Valentines Day we are delighted to offer something much better than chocolates or flowers. A new shiny book!
‘Margret Helgadottir’s kinetic prose immerses the reader in a future woven from the threads of Nordic history, studded with jewels pillaged from our mythic past.’
– Damien Walter, Columnist for The Guardian
‘Finely observed, beautifully written; Margret Helgadottir’s stories have the chill brightness of new myth. She is a writer to watch.’
Weird Wild a collection of themed mixed genre shorts by Geraldine Clark Hellery is out now!
Have you been down to the Weird Wild Woods? You’re sure for a big surprise. For down in the woods the wild things lurk, from hungry trolls to battling fae. Join the bears for the teddy bears picnic and enjoy more than a slice of pie. Beware the chime of the bluebells and those who dance to their ring. Basque in the shade of the Dragon Tree but beware it’s flaming leaves. The lake is a beautiful place to be and for many a site of pilgrimage while the campsite is always a busy hive of activity. If you’re into history, there’s a cairn and a stone circle all ripe for exploration with locals who know their history as intimately as if they lived it. So join us in the Weird Wild Woods, I can guarantee it will be a visit you remember for the rest of your life.