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About Su Haddrell
Su Haddrell lives in a quiet and picturesque corner of Worcester that's been cleverly disguised as a noisy council estate. She has had stories published by Fox Spirit and Phrenic Press. Her other interests include drumming, painting and running comic conventions. She loves rum, her cat, her boyfriend and movies where things explode within the first fourteen seconds.
Titles By Su Haddrell
“It's hard to go wrong with pirate stories that cross time and space, and every story in the collection delivers in full. There's adventure in plenty, but beyond that, these are stories that will stick with you. Highly recommended.”
Author of the Astreiant series and Stargate Atlantis: Pride of the Genii
“Scourge of the Seas is a fast fun read filled with buried treasure and pirates of every description. The strength of this anthology comes from both its diversity and its dedication to adventure on the high seas. Pirate stories are all about the freedom to explore and the joy of new settings and this anthology delivers on that promise.”
Author of the WebMage and Fallen Blade series
When the temperatures drop, people and creatures gather around the camp fires to share warmth, friendship and tales, to chase away the frost and the knowledge of the terrifying creatures lurking in the darkness.
We are collecting these winter tales, to chase away the grim winter and bring you the wonders and magic of the winter.
Full Contents: Mat Joiner: The frost sermon
Su Haddrell: The Bothy
Sharon Kernow: The Wolf Moon
Ruth Booth: The love of a season
Masimba Musodza: When the trees were enchanted
Fiona Clegg: Sunday’s Child
Tim Major: Winter in the Vivarium
Lizz-Ayn Shaarawi: Snow Angel
Amelia Gorman: Under your skin
B. Thomas: Among Wolves
Eliza Chan: Yukizuki
DJ Tyrer: Frose
G.H. Finn: Cold-Hearted
David Sarsfield: Voliday
Kelda Crich: Coldness Waits
K.N. McGrath: The Siege
Jonathan Ward: Spirit of the Season
James Bennett: The Red Lawns
Anne Michaud: Frost Fair
Jan Edwards: Shaman Red
Adrian Tchaikovsky: The Coming of The Cold
Verity Holloway: The Frost of Heaven
Too often the hero is held high and celebrated whilst their sidekicks and comrades are brushed to the side; their own battles forgotten, and their actions airbrushed to nothingness from the tales of victory.
These are the stories of the ones who aren’t remembered; the ones who helped save the day, and got cast aside; the ones who don’t want the applause, and the ones who deserved the applause and never received it.
These stories didn't make the headlines - but they happened, and they're glorious.
Two young lads, flush on the adventure of war, scamper through the rubble in search of treasure and other spoils. They thrive on the peril; find fascination with the dangerous and grotesque. When they stumble across a prize that might be their best yet, they soon discover there are horrors beneath the city…
Something far more terrifying than the Jerrys flying overhead.