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About Angeline Trevena
Angeline Trevena is a British science fiction, fantasy, and horror author. Creator of The Paper Duchess series, she is best known for her feminist brand of dystopia.
She’s been writing stories since she was old enough to hold a pen, and after gaining a BA Hons degree in Drama and Writing, she honed her craft with horror and fantasy shorts which are published in numerous magazines and anthologies.
Angeline grew up on the edge of Dartmoor, Devon, amongst its legends and ghost stories, but now lives in central England with her husband, their two young boys, and a somewhat neurotic cat.
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Well...the harvest is here. And it's dead.
With these 50 dark tales (and nearly 700 pages of terror!) readers will experience fear, depravity, love, and loss. And a kind of chill that won't soon leave your bones.
DEAD HARVEST is a crop like no other—and includes stories from: Richard Chizmar, Tim Lebbon, Jeff Strand, Ronald Malfi, Greg F. Gifune, James A. Moore, Benjamin Kane Ethridge, Tim Waggoner, David Bernstein, Richard Thomas, Jon Michael Kelley, Brian Kirk, Chad P. Brown, Lori R. Lopez, Stuart Keane, Tim Jeffreys, Ahimsa Kerp, C.M. Saunders, Martin Reaves, M.L. Roos, Gregory L. Norris, Angeline Trevena, Jeremy Peterson, Christine Sutton, Gregor Cole, Lori Safranek, Jaime Johnesee, Bear Weiter, Kyle Yadlosky, Aaron Gudmunson, Sara Brooke, C.L. Hernandez, Patrick Lacey, John Grover, Todd Keisling, Jason Andrew, Dana Wright, Andrew Bell, E.G. Smith, Amy Grech, Mark Patrick Lynch, Wayland Smith, Jonathan Templar, Marie Robinson, Michael McGlade, Jordan Phelps, Nick Nafpliotis, Matthew Pedersen, Bryan Clark—and introducing Billy Chizmar.
Enter the harvest and get lost . . .
(Editor: Mark Parker, Scarlet Galleon Publications, LLC)
This thrilling anthology includes twenty-two stories, written by some of today's most talented authors.
Be tempted and fascinated with peeks into worlds of Ghosts, Vampires, and Fantasy, to Crime and Science Fiction.
Many of these short stories are brand new, penned just for Glimpse, and features bestselling authors Michael Anderle, (The Kurtherian Gambit series), Sarah Dalton (The Blemishedl) and Kindle Scout winner Debbie Cassidy,(Sleeping Gods Series), plus nineteen more cutting edge authors enamored with telling stories and sharing them with YOU.
Get a Glimpse... and be captivated.
Falside is about to crumble. The city is running out of women and the administration’s control is beginning to falter. The slums now finds itself under their gaze.
Kerise has an ally on the inside, and now is the perfect time for revolution. But the resistance is in tatters, and everyone already has their own burdens.
Before the city breaks, they must reunite for one last crusade. Whatever the cost.
Would you die for it?
Maeve was six when they took her mother away, and left her in the care of her Uncle Lou: a drunk, a misogynist, a fraud.
For eleven years she's lived with him in Falside's slums, deep in the silt of the Falwere River. She bottles his miracle medicine, stocks his apothecary shop, and endures his savage temper.
But as his violence escalates, and his lies come undone, she devises a plan to escape him forever. Even if it means people have to die.
If you love epic struggles for justice and dark dystopian thrillers, you'll love The Paper Duchess series. Grab your copy of The Bottle Stopper and start exploring this dark future today.
Inside you will find 19 stories that delve into the world of the faeries of the Unseelie Court, from authors both established and new, including Michael Shimek, Deedee Davies, and Nick Bryan.
But don’t be surprised if these faeries decide to play with their food.
Stories included in Tales of the Unseelie Court:
“In Plain Sight” by Rebecca Leo
“The Wunderhorn” by David Turnbull
“Treehouse” by Kim Smith
“I’ll Watch Over You” by Angeline Trevena
“The Enemy of my Enemy” by Deedee Davies.
“Maestro” by Nicholas Paschall
“Prey of the Boggart” by Rony Blechman.
“Fear of Little Men” by Mike Pieloor..
“Faerie Stories and the Bean Nighe” by Carmen Tudor..
“Gifts” by Michael Shimek..
“Djinn and Tonic” by S. Clayton Rhodes
“The Bet” by Jodi Ralston...
“The Fool and his Money” by Nick Bryan
“The Yielding” by J. A. Ironside.
“The Tamer of Beasts” by Doug Blakeslee..
“The Last Sword of Barrow Thorns” by Matthew A. Timmins
“The Rose and the Dragon” by Steven S. Long
“The Brothers Doran” by John A. McColley
“Wonderland” by Stephanie Jessop
Be sure to also see A Chimerical World: Tales of the Seelie Court, for more tales of the Fey!
How long could you hope?
Within just two years, more than five billion people disappeared, leaving no trace behind. When her parents vanish, Leanne clings to hope and waits for them to come home, all the while worrying she’s losing her brother to a local gang.
When a missing girl returns, Leanne sees her chance to get some answers. But as the world unravels around her, it releases horrors that were best kept hidden.
And she’s not the only one wanting to know. Can they stay ahead of those who will kill for the truth, and survive to face a future they can’t even imagine?
If you enjoy fast-paced tales of survival with plenty of unexpected twists, you'll love While We Were Waiting. Grab your copy today and find out why some truths are better left unknown.
Within just two years, more than five billion people disappeared, leaving no trace.
For those left behind, it was a matter of survival. Some opted out, unable to find a place for themselves in this new world. Others struggled on, trying their best to reclaim the lives they once had. And some people thrived.
This is a collection of their stories. The survivors, the deserted. Those still clinging to hope, and those who have abandoned it.
After generations of freedom from the administration’s rule, the slum women find themselves facing a census. But as officers try to list and tag them, their efforts are met with violent resistance.
Maeve needs to keep Faith safe, and hidden, but she has another demon to battle. Powerful psychic Corinn, the girl nobody wants, is playing deadly games, and no one’s safe from her influence.
Maeve’s learning to fight back, but her powers aren’t the only thing being unlocked, and she doesn’t have long to decide who to trust.
In Falside, girls are a rare commodity; protected, controlled, and tracked by the administration. They spend their days idly waiting to be married off to the highest bidder.
When the marriage announcements include Tale’s lover, Freda, the women will do anything to stop the match from happening.
Their relationship is forbidden, and as members of the resistance, they’re already risking everything.
But as their attempts to stop the wedding fail, both women have to decide what they’re willing to sacrifice for love.
A generation of defective children were abandoned. They grew up on the fringes, without rights, without a way to change their fate.
Small-time journalist Kenton Hicks is driven to tell their stories, but these are not stories everyone wants told. As he digs deeper, he finds that the discovery of the criminal gene, the foundation of their crime-free utopia, isn’t quite the salvation it promised to be.
Armed with a book that could bring down the government, Kenton finds the country’s future in his hands.
Some see him as a saviour, others as a traitor. Time is running out for him to choose which he wants to be.
A fast-paced, page-turning political thriller set in a future dystopian Britain. If you like stories of political corruption, oppressive governments, genetic selection, the loss of humanity, if you like everyday heroes and are always rooting for the underdog, you'll love Cutting the Bloodline.
“Cutting The Bloodline is a vivid portrayal of a scarily real future, and the man who risks his life to expose the truth. Insightful, original, imaginative, and a great read.”
Tony Benson, author of An Accident of Birth
Now includes BONUS spin-off short story The Vincent Orphanage.
For more than 200 years, the harbourside street has existed in isolation, walled off from the city it was once a part of. Its people live happily, never wanting more. Most of them, at least.
Erinyth has never felt like she belonged. When she gains an apprenticeship under the notary, she uncovers how deep the secrets run, and just how much of an outsider she is.
After two centuries, the cracks in the wall are beginning to show. Erinyth needs to decide who she can trust: the boy who loves her, the girl who sees everything, or the man they say is the devil.