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Black Ink Fiction is a female-led, US-based based speculative fiction imprint focused on releasing exciting horror, sci-fi, and fantasy. Check out our upcoming works at www.BlackInkFiction.com.
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From murder conspiracies on medical stations to dealings with intergalactic pirates; exploration of new worlds to the code of ethics of a bounty hunter—Strange Orbits is a rapid fire collection of adventure and intrigue on every page.
Existence in an infinite universe may be insignificant, but it’s rife with good stories.
- Prince Adam wasn't always called a beast. After being disowned by his father, Adam imposed a self-exile, locking himself away from the world. One unexpected day, the beautiful Belle happened upon his doorstep. How will she accept him? Could she finish Adam's story with him?
- Gisele wants nothing more than to win the kingdom's archery contest, but women aren't allowed to enter. Can a mysterious man help her into the competition? When all goes awry, can the sorcerer's daughter aid her in time to save Gisele from a life of servitude?
- How far will the heart take its owner to find true love? Will it have the strength to survive the turmoil and distress of societies largest obstacles? Find out in these heart warming alternative fairytales.
Everyone knows the big names of summer horror and their stories. But what about the maintenance man who doesn’t like his rooftop encroached upon? Terror at summer concerts? Tentacles...lots of tentacles.
Rules for Summer fun:
- Wade into the ocean, lake or river with care this season...you don’t know what’s lurking beneath.
- Don’t get too ensnared by your noise-canceling headphones--you don’t know who may sneak up on you.
- Mind the jellyfish.
- Never, and I mean NEVER, put all your trust in your phone’s GPS.
- Question your neighbor's culinary treats, especially if they've just lost a loved one.
Get more tips on what not to do within the pages of Summer Terrors. Stories in 100 word format from authors all over the world from Black Ink Fiction.
New from Black Ink Fiction!Join the adventure through the wasteland of the world, where the only real goal is staying alive.
Featuring the following amazing authors:
Alex Avery - Firechild
Chisto Healy - Search Party
Chris Bannor - We'll Dance Together
Dawn DeBraal - The Promised Land
Dorian J. Sinnott - Sunless Dawn
Gabriella Balcom - Surviving
Jade Wildy - Mardigan's Maze
Jeremy Zentner - Opening Performance
Jodi Jensen - The Depot
Jodie Francis - The Trial of Linda Creed
Meera Dandekar - Post-Earth Selection
Mike Sherer - Timeon Entanglement
Patrick Winters - The Words
Rob D. Smith - The War on Ignorance
S.O. Green - Dragonpunk
Shelly Jarvis - Zappho and the North Star
Tiffany Christie - And Dust to Dust
Tony Logan - The Legend of Nana Kats
And who is Death? What does he like—how does he like his tea, does he really like using a scythe, is Death even gendered?
Death can take many forms, reap many souls. Death is unforgiving; yet can be gentle, almost kind. Death is the Ferryman; the driver of a cart with bones rattling against the road; Death is many things, but most importantly, Death is inevitable.
Find out answers to these questions and more, as authors from all over the world pursue Death in this collection of 100-word stories from Black Ink Fiction. When the Reaperman knocks, what will you do?
Tired of the same old vampire tropes? How about a sarcastic scientist accidentally turned? A feisty vampire grandma? Or Saucy Jack who craves women of the night? This anthology is sure to make you hang garlic and crucifixes to keep the vampires at bay.
Authors from all over the world bring you succinct stories to curdle your blood…such sweet, sweet blood. Check out Bloodlust from Black Ink Fiction now!
Everyone knows the zombie apocalypse is bound to happen, these authors just bring it to you sooner than you expected. Authors from all over the globe spin terrifying tales of the infected and undying in just 100 words per story.
From soccer mom zombies to military experiments; reanimated commanders directing an army of zombies to a monster-esque meteorologist. Get a fresh take on an undead theme with Infection from Black Ink Fiction.
himself facing the madness lurking beneath the wards of Hamer House Hospital. He soon realizes
it’s not just the poor souls that are locked away from the gaze of the visitors above that are suffering
with mental illness.
The Second World War has taken its toll of our young men and women during the campaign,
some cracking under the constant bombardment of the falling bombs and black-outs, some unable
to resist the evil thoughts that envelope them as they descend into the horrors of a tortured mind.
Unable to deal with their urges, society has locked them away, drugging them from the need
to harm others, the want to inflict their sick twisted fantasies on any other innocent victims.
But who watches these monsters? Who has to feed them? Who has to bathe them and calm
them when their ghosts come knocking on their cell doors at night?
That fine job belongs to the warden.
Arthur has spent a lifetime under Hamer House Hospital, walking the ward, mopping its floor
and ruling the corridor with ruthless, loving authority.
But now he needs help. Who will come to his aid when the monsters are off their leashes?
Stuff of Legends by C. Marry Hultman
When the women of a small village are abducted by an evil cult it falls upon two strangers to rescue them. Aemil, a shapeshifter, and the young-looking mage Ectar have just met that morning, but are quickly drawn into an adventure they didn't want, but still volunteered for. The kind fo action that will forever make them The Stuff of Legends.
Blight World by Chisto Healy
R'yuk is no warrior, as much as he wants to be. He is just as loyal to the king as any warrior that's ever been though, and he takes his job as lookout very seriously. When he sees the army of golems sailing towards his home, R'yuk realizes this is his chance to be a hero. Discovering his elemental water magic, the young elf realizes there's more than one way to fight. Not all warriors wield swords.
Photographs by Dale Parnell
Abandoned by his mother and ignored by his father, Jimmy Toffman is used to life mistreating him. With his older brother, Carl, in prison for burglary, Jimmy has no option but to follow in his footsteps.
Carl only had two rules – never break in when the house is occupied, and never take personal items. They may not be saints, but they won’t mess with people’s memories.
So when Jimmy witnesses a fellow house burglar stealing a family’s photographs, he can’t help himself but get involved. The only problem is the police are already hunting the gang, and what’s more – there’s something strangely unnatural about them.
The Water Bloom Incident by Jade Wildy
The Great Trees are the life blood of the Dryads that live in the city of Malvaceae, but when their leaves mysteriously begin to fall, the Dryads start to sicken and die. The clock is ticking and Ziggy, a Water Dryad, and her unlikely friend Togo, a 6-armed Ortük, must battle murderous skeletons to discover why the trees are dying to save the Dryads.
But Hotel Evil is more than a movie. Within these pages are the documented stories of the 13 cast and crew members and the horrors they suffered within those walls.
Dare you peer into the windows and pass through the doors into the Piedmont Hotel? Let your curiosity be your guide and book your reservation.
Welcome to Hotel Evil...enjoy your stay.
Join four authors on a journey across their dystopian worlds in this must-have novella bundle from Black Ink Fiction.
Wake the World by C. Marry Hultman
When the evidence in the apparent suicide of a congressman points to something more diabolical Detective Brian Bones and his partner Jasper Collins find themselves ensnared in a twisted conspiracy. Set in a not too distant future under the thumb of an ultra-conservative government. In a world where people are segregated, Death Squads roam the streets, minorities are moved to heavily monitored boroughs and outcasts go missing Bones and Collins are forced to confront a truth that might be better hidden from the people.
Tap by Shelly Jarvis
When Jordan's sick wife goes missing, he's left to assume the plague trucks took her out of the city to die. Until he finds her journal and the ramblings of a woman who believed the government was killing people through the city's water. After confiding her theory to his best friends, he finds one of them dead after police raid his home, while the other heads out with Jordan on the lam. Not knowing what to believe, he turns to a stranger with a criminal past and a compelling reason to follow her: she knows about his wife, about the journal, and the truth about the water.
They lie. We die. But the revolution is coming.
Recycled by Chisto Healy
Dawn was having lucid dreams, dreams where she was living as other people, people she'd never met. When she discovered what those dreams truly meant it would turn her overly simple, intentionally ordinary life, completely upside down. The only person she could trust would turn out to be a total stranger and that was exactly why. The only thing Dawn knew for sure was that nothing was what it seemed, and that she needed to run.
Cailleadhama by J. Scott Coatsworth
When a post-climate-change elf meets a transman urban fantasy adventurer, the two men find they have a common cause, and together they set off through a world transformed by the twin forces of greed and climate change. In the end, they find out more than they ever expected, both about the warming world and their own selves.