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About David Green
David lives in Co Galway, Ireland and grew up in Manchester, UK. A lover of the written word since childhood, David always harboured ambitions to write and is finally doing it. He has a passion for all genres and is an avid fan of fantasy, sci-fi and horror in particular. After studying film, David's writing has been described as visual and vivid, with readers able to clearly picture scenes in their minds.
David admires noir, and tries to add that flavour to most of his work, finding the ambiguity it lends to be a thrilling aspect of creating a story. He has published works across a number of genres, and will continue to write until he can physically no longer do it.
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The Banished have returned, and they will have their revenge.
Zanna Alpenwood, a powerful mage, stands atop Solitude’s walls staring down at an army bent on invasion. Two hundred aged and forgotten Sparkers are all that stand between the Banished and the nation of Haltveldt.
With time running out, Zanna is forced to reach out to her estranged daughter, Calene, and set her on an impossible quest. In doing so Calene must decide between her masters and her own conscience, as she teams up with unlikely allies to forge their way over land and sea. Will they arrive in time to save the fortress of Solitude from destruction?
Only one thing is certain. Ruin is assured if Solitude falls.
High Praises for In Solitude's Shadow...
★★★★★ "If you love dark epic fantasy I can’t recommend this book high enough. And I cannot wait for book 2."
★★★★★ "I strongly recommend this book to any lovers of fantasy. It's a short, but memorable first instalment from an author who is going places."
★★★★★ "A true epic fantasy. From the first page you are drawn into a world of races and war."
★★★★★ "Gripping from the start, I can't wait to read the second installment."
★★★★★ "In Solitude's Shadow is compelling, thrilling and deep. "
★★★★★ "In Solitude's Shadow stands apart from not only indie-fantasy but mainstream..."
It Calls From the Sea is an all-original anthology of twenty brutal tales of horror from the deep blue sea.
Prepare to die. The sea awakens.
Eerie River brings you another round of insatiable thrills. There is no end to the terrors we have in store and there is nowhere left to hide.
Within the Mariana Trench, a research vessel’s crew is threatened by a mysterious force. A father and daughter’s holiday by the ocean turns deadly as a sinister creature stalks them. A group of friends learn that some things should remain in the ocean. Filled with a sense of wonder, a young biologist discovers a new species of kelp, but with disastrous consequences.
Can you hear it, the call of the sea? The lulling rock of the water beneath you, the soft breeze as it moves along your skin. The slip and slime of the beast as it caresses your face and takes you under? Can you feel it? Will you join me?
Featuring stories by:
Chris Bannor “Euphoria”
Chris Hewitt “Reef Encounter”
Christopher Bond “The Ocean Sings Softly”
Dan Le Fever “Xook”
David Green “Into The Depths”
Georgia Cook “Dead Ships”
Holley Cornetto “Heaven's Lake”
Julie Sevens “Shoney's Revenge”
Lin Darrow “Cry of the Hunger Fish”
Mason Gallaway “The Sea Reaches Up”
McKenzie Richardson “The Hunter and the Prey”
R. L. Meza “Long Pork”
S.O. Green “The Shadow Over Innsmouth High”
Steve Neal “Hostile Territory”
T. M. Brown “Buoy 21415”
Tim Mendees “Fronds”
Trey Dowell “Abyssal Horror”
Watt Morgan “Please Leave”
Left Hanging by Beth W. Patterson
Fast Food by Chris Bannor
The Weathermaster by Christopher T. Dabrowski
Death Becomes Her by Cindar Harrell
Isolation by D.M. Burdett
Flock by David Green
Something Wicked Lives in the Woods by E.L. Giles
Open Windows by Frederick Pangbourne
Done Just Right by Gabriella Balcom
An Unknown Fact by Galina Trefil
A Recovered Letter by Horatio Marissa
The Watcher by Jacqueline Moran Meyer
Eyes for You by K.B. Elijah
The Seed by McKenzie Richardson
Rain by Sarah Jane Justice
Sissy Fuss by Shawn M. Klimek
Bus Trip by Stephen Herczeg
The Face in the Fabric by Tim Mendees
Grave Concerns by Zoey Xolton
Reeling from the events at Solitude, Calene Alpenwood embarks on a journey to find meaning in all that she's seen, and discover the answers she so desperately seeks. Finding herself more alone than ever, Calene is trapped between doing what's right, and doing what needs to be done.
Meanwhile, Kade Besem continues his search for his son, Arlo, and the strange warrior-monk Tilo. His hunt takes him deep into Banished territory and into the jaws of danger.
Revelations are revealed, ancient secrets are uncovered and those who stand in the Empire's way can't hope to win when Haltveldt walks the Path of War.
Death God antagonists are portrayed as villains, further popularising the view that Voodoo is centred around death and necromancy.
Here in Bones, we looked to explore some of these tropes in five-hundred-word stories.
So, adorn your top hat and tattered tuxedo, get cosy in the armchair, and enjoy twenty-six dark tales, inspired by the movies.
The Bones of a Dead God by Alannah K. Pearson
Fast or Slow by Andra Dill
Louisiana Voodoo by Ashleigh Cattermole-Crump
The Bones Know by Brandi Hicks
The Truth Was in the Bones by Chris Bannor
Doctor John by David Green
Soul Stealer by David Green
Bones Don't Lie by Dawn DeBraal
Mr Saturday by Eric Butler
Hedge Witch by Gabby Gilliam
Law of Threefold by Jodi Jensen
The Switch by Joshua E. Borgmann
Good Dog by Karen Bayly
Sung by L.J. McLeod
Cheap Labour by Lamont A. Turner
Sleep Tight by Lauraine S. Blake
Miss Evita by Luis Manuel Torres
An Impressive Spectacle by Lynne Phillips
Voodoo Queen of New Orleans by Lynne Phillips
Edge of the Knife by Maggie D. Brace
Crucial Binding by Meera Dandekar
Oliver Jones, Boy Detective by Michelle Brett
Pinned by Michelle Mellon
The Guédé by Patrick Winters
A Shift in Life by Sophie Wagner
Throwing Bones by Stephanie Scissom
Delve into these pages of darkness and horror. Revel in tales of revenge-seeking witches, haunted houses, bizarre carnivals, possessed earrings - just to name a few. Featuring 24 tales of horror, this disturbing anthology holds nothing back this collection is deliciously-packed with a wide variety of bite-sized horror fiction.
But beware, there is evil lurking among the shadows.
Joel R. Hunt
One Dissonant Interval by Beth W. Patterson
With An agreement With the Headquarters by Christopher T. Dabrowski
Left Into Paradise by David Green
No Way Out by Dawn DeBraal
Pieces of Grace by Hari Navarro
Android Bounty Hunter by J.B. Wocoski
Peg by Jacqueline Moran Meyer
The Apollo Containment by James Pyles
Pearls that Were His Eyes by Jen Downs
Stairs to the Sky by Joanna Michal Hoyt
What Happened To The Patrons? by Martin Lochman
Rex by Mike Adamson
Our Heroes Are Few by Stephen Herczeg
Eye of the Storm by Zoey Xolton
SPECIAL EDITION: INCLUDES BOOKS ONE AND TWO
Hell is real. We’re all living it.
Nick Holleran learned that truth the hard way the day he took three bullets to the chest and bled out in an alleyway. Only death didn’t stick, and it’s been five long years working among the ghosts and monsters, demons and fallen angels, hoping that next time he’ll make it to heaven. But things are never that simple, are they?
After a night from Hell, private investigator Nick Holleran finds himself face to face with Diana, the mystery ghost from his office, and a job that he can’t say no to. With unseen evils on his heels, and a dead girl at his side, Nick uncovers horrific truths that put him at odds with the Haven Police Department, and even closer to death than ever before.
Nick will soon realize the Devil isn't the only one that walks in blood.
“Holleran series is an immensely enjoyable and piercingly clever read that will keep you hooked and asking for more.” - Pan Reviews
How will you celebrate the holidays?
Dark Halloween is book 5 in the holiday horror collection
With stories from:
Lamont A. Turner
Jay T. Levy
J. A Skelton
V. J. Reed
Patrick J. Wynn
Rex M. Graves
J. Edwin Buja
Melody E. McIntyre
Joshua E. Borgmann