The Wrecking Ball
"The Wrecking Ball" by Kelly Piner: A chilling tale unfolds as Jamie, facing her own battle with a rare disease, confronts the imminent destruction by an unstoppable force.
In “Class Act” by Doug Hawley, the disappearance of Jane on Halloween night sparks fear and panic among the sixth-grade parents. As the terrifying truth unfolds, they experience a mix of terror and amusement, ultimately realizing the importance of keeping a watchful eye on their children.
My First Good One
Join the adventure in Ralph Greco's "My First Good One" as two friends, fueled by their love for horror, dive into the world of "Nosferatu," a silent film that transcends time and culture, leaving a permanent mark on their young minds.
Unveil the hidden struggles of social anxiety within a world where laughter becomes a tool for mockery in “Panic” by L. Keith, shedding light on despair and loneliness in the unspoken battles fought within.
The Halloween Drive
Prepare for a spine-tingling adventure in 'The Halloween Drive' by Mark Ready. As the headlights illuminate the wet gravel, you'll be transported to a world where jack-o'-lanterns come alive and the boundary between imagination and reality fades away.
Autumn Lawns And More
"Autumn Lawns And More" by Doug Hawley: A reflective tale on the cyclical nature of life, symbolized through lawn mowing experiences across different cities.
Enter a world on the brink of darkness in “The Burning” by Lee Conrad. As a small town grapples with an apocalyptic reality, the library’s flickering fire becomes a lifeline, where a young woman’s storytelling offers fleeting moments of escape, uniting a community bound by the embers of knowledge.
The Shadow Man
Explore the gripping world of “The Shadow Man” by Mark Ready, where the boundaries between life and death blur, and forgiveness becomes the ultimate salvation.
He Never Gave Me a Pony
Journey into Shadows: ‘He Never Gave Me a Pony’ by Gia Porter. Witness the Unfulfilled Desires and Haunting Regrets of a Broken Promise, a Story That Lingers Long After the Last Word.
Doug Hawley’s ‘Bomb’ takes readers on a thrilling encounter between a super secret British agent and a notorious super villain, filled with witty banter and unexpected twists.
The Family Tree
Delve into the heartwarming tale of ‘The Family Tree’ by Jon Moray, where a young redwood finds solace and love among its forest kin. As roots intertwine, stories of survival and connection are passed down, creating an unbreakable bond.
In "Freedom Fruit" by Evie Groch, the symbolic naval orange becomes a gateway to the author's past, revealing the challenges, sacrifices, and ultimate freedom experienced through migration and cultural celebrations.