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Steve’s Web Operation: Stay Safe Online – Charles Conway

Steve’s Web is a collection of short stories for children with a strong Internet Safety theme. Steve is looking forward to telling you about the time his online gaming account was hacked, how he convinced his English class that Martians had landed and how a virtual monster put him in hospital! This special first edition also contains a bonus story from another book in the series, Lucy’s Web, in which Steve’s friend Lucy relates her online adventures.    Read More >

Lucy’s Web – 6 Short Stories About Staying Safe Online – Charles Conway

Lucy’s Web is a book of short stories following 11 year old Lucy as she learns to use the Internet to keep in touch with her friends and have fun. Lucy’s dream is to become a famous video blogger and earn a trillion pounds a year, but she has a long way to go! Lucy’s Dad says that he hopes her stories will help your children to spot some of the common pitfalls that they might encounter while using the Internet and learn a little ...    Read More >

Missing Children – Caren Rich

Missing Children is a bittersweet tale of friendship, Alzheimer’s, and quilting. What do you do with fabric scraps? You make a quilt. Memories are the scraps of life. Louise’s memories are missing because of Alzheimer’s. After being moved to a nursing home, her family donates Louise’s fabric to her old quilting bee. Hannah and the ladies of the quilting bee are happy to have the fabric but have mixed feelings over the nursing home. Before they can make quilts in honor of Louise they must ...    Read More >

Thirty Days Later, Steaming Forward: 30 Adventures in Time – Edited by AJ Sikes, BJ Sikes, and Dover Whitecliff

Hang on to the edge of your seat with the latest anthology of Steampunk flash fiction, featuring pairs of stories thirty days apart. Filled with rayguns and corsets, ghosts and gamblers, dragons and airships, Thirty Days Later is the latest from the Treehouse Writers, fifteen talented authors, artists and poets returning with a sequel to Twelve Hours Later, the must-read Steampunk anthology of 2015. Thirty Days Later features stories of intrigue and deceit, of comeuppance and conspiracy, of myths and monsters, of defectors and dilettantes, ...    Read More >

The Raven Bride – Sean Fesko

What do you do when the ones that should save you are the ones that accuse you? The year is 1692, and sixteen year old Victoria Crowe lives with her mother and sister just north of Salem, Massachusetts. Her father passed away earlier in the year, leaving the duties of tending to the crops to Victoria. It’s hard work, and with winter pressing in, she’s not sure if they’ll be able to survive the winter. The church helps out when they can, but not even ...    Read More >

One More Thing – B.J. Novak

B.J. Novak’s One More Thing: Stories and Other Stories is an endlessly entertaining, surprisingly sensitive, and startlingly original debut that signals the arrival of a brilliant new voice in American fiction. A boy wins a $100,000 prize in a box of Frosted Flakes—only to discover how claiming the winnings might unravel his family. A woman sets out to seduce motivational speaker Tony Robbins—turning for help to the famed motivator himself. A new arrival in Heaven, overwhelmed with options, procrastinates over a long-ago promise to visit ...    Read More >

Bloody Gullets – Michael Golvach

Do you feel like a little light reading, or do you prefer your short stories dark? When the average circular saw tears through flesh, meat or anything that lives, breathes and bleeds, no matter how long you let it run afterward, the teeth will be sparkling clean when it finally comes to a stop. But the evidence of the damage is still there. Because of its functional design, the blood wells up in the gullets. Those places where the teeth intersect. The stories in this ...    Read More >

Dark Heaven – Timothy Murangiri

Leo is a high ranking officer in the defense forces. In that position he’s entitled to benefits like working at the headquarters as well as having access to unfiltered military reports. And so far everything seems to flow well. But then one day he awakens to a wild report, which changes the course of his career, and by extension, his life. Apparently, the country’s surveillance system in orbit has been disrupted. In consequence, there arise two differing schools of thought; whereby on the one hand ...    Read More >