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About Donna Cuttress
Writer of speculative fiction with a suspicion of the supernatural.
A bookish allotmenteer. Owned by a cat.
From Liverpool. U.K.
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Discover London’s dark side in a new collection of short stories written by award-winning and international bestselling authors!
Let us take you from Golders Green, in a tale of redemption, to Hope’s End, the final stop on a rambling Tube ride.
Then head to Jack the Ripper’s Whitechapel where you learn of an unforeseen murder – and not only one, as women fall prey to the most brutal crimes!
Onwards, we head to the shores of the River Thames, where a young girl fears a sea monster and always carries a knife. Then you visit a pub where the owner is losing the plot.
A Tube ride with an unexpected twist leads to a vision from the past. Then we introduce you to a ghost who stalks her friends.
Lastly, discover the splendour of Westminster Palace, but is it a safe place for a woman with her sights on the English throne?
Dark London Volume One: nine gripping short stories that leave you gasping for breath as London’s dark side is revealed!
With a foreword by Alice Castle, author of the bestselling London Murder Mysteries series.
Order your copy now of this first volume in a unique collection of short stories set in Dark London!
Twins are said to share special bonds, understand each other's unspoken communication, speak their own languages, even possess powers of ESP. Their doubleness continues to fascinate the rest of us. Adored or abhorred, sheltered or shunned, twins have universally and perpetually aroused attention and curiosity. It was that fascination that inspired this collection of twin-themed stories. In them you'll find all matter of twins: the good, the bad, the fantastic, the fearsome, the magical, the envious, the secretive, the devious, and more. Being a twin. Fun, right? Think about it. What could go wrong?
The Twofer Compendium contains 36 short stories based on the theme of twins, written by 34 international authors. The tales in The Twofer Compendium leap across genres, from science fiction to whimsical, to downright creepy. Enjoy!
Discover Dark New Orleans in our new collection of gripping, nerve-tingling short stories written by award-winning and international bestselling authors!
Let us take you on a journey to the dark side of the incredible place that is New Orleans.
We follow a shameless gang of middle-aged influencers, who go on a cryptozoology expedition in search of the mythical Rougarou, but they stumble upon much more than they expected.
Next, Nelle’s quick getaway to the French Quarter in New Orleans for some jazz, street art and a plateful of their Gulf oysters rapidly devolves into another kind of trip altogether: a nightmarish one. She must tangle with new demons in order to let go of old ones…but can she?
Then, the new economy meets the old as a software developer travels to New Orleans, but he has trouble connecting with the locals.
It’s been twelve months since Pam went missing. Lucy can’t understand why the police have made no progress in finding her friend. People don’t just disappear into thin air, do they?
Next, we meet a man with a grievance who plans the perfect murder…
Once a successful international DJ, David Grant arrives in New Orleans looking for a comeback. An unexpected and unlikely encounter tests his faith and leaves him questioning everything.
And we meet Sister Elizabeth, an ordinary nun–until frightful dreams and the whispering voice of a persistent Angel shattered any hope of a normal life. Now, death and madness are constant companions along with a strange warning of dire things to come. Either the good Sister has gone mad…or the world really is about to end.
Tread the boards when a visit to ‘The Dressing Up Box’& for a last-minute carnival costume ensures the Mardi Gras celebrations at the Vaudeville Arcade Theatre will be remembered for a very, very long time.
And finally, forced to move to New Orleans for his father’s work, Josiah comes to believe he is living in a haunted house. An hallucination in the French Quarter leads him to a Voodoo shop where he learns what – or who – has been really haunting him.
We hope you discovered a new side of New Orleans in this collection of nine thrilling and spine-tingling tales!
With a foreword by Miriam Van Scott, bestselling author of Bandun Gate and Encyclopedia of Hell: A Comprehensive Survey of the Underworld.
All proceeds of Dark New Orleans go to two organisations: Habitat for Humanity and Save our Cemeteries.
Whether it’s a mail delivery system with terrifying consequences, a sucker bet with an indelible foe, or a cellar full of family secrets – each of twelve stories contained within will leave you breathless and begging for more.
Let yourself get lost in the different voices. Let their horrific nature speak to you from the shadows. Let them pull you in and wring the marrow from your soul…
Brent Abell, Shaun Avery, Kevin Bannigan Jr., Donna Cuttress, Trevor Firetog, Kameryn James, Katie Jones, Jon Olson, Elaine Pascale, Katerina Russell, Justin M. Ryan, and Tim Wellman
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ALL PROFITS from TWENTY TWENTY will be donated to the following organisations who are providing emergency veterinary care, etc to wildlife in the affected bushfire zones;
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Love Always, Vera by A.R. Dean
Just One Bottle by Amber M. Simpson
Blood Talkies by Andrea Allison
Body Parts by Andrew Kurtz
The Cost of Diamonds by Catherine Kenwell
Death Was Her Voice by Chris Bannor
The Sacrifice by D.J. Elton
Leahy Castle by D.J. Tyrer
Nosferatu by D.M. Burdett
Little Brass Tin by David Bowmore
When the Leonids Come by David M. Hoenig
St. Valentine's Day Massacre by Dawn DeBraal
The Death of a Nation by Derek Dunn
The Lovers by Destiny Eve Pifer
A Song For the Prince by Donna Cuttress
The Healer by Drew Starling
Night Flapper by Eddie D. Moore
The Devil's Own by Emma K. Leadley
Speakeasy Jane by Erica Schaef
Transatlantic Plight by Evan Baughfman
Straight to the Bone by Gabriel Hart
The Liquid Lucifer by Galina Trefil
White Wednesday by Hannah Retallick
Someone to Watch Over Me by Henry Snider
Three Colours by J.A. Hammer
The Devil's Den Speakeasy by J.B. Wocoski
Coward No More by J.M. Ames
Another Day by J.W. Garrett
A Flood Bigger Than The Ritz by Jack Lothian
Taxi Dancer by Jacqueline Moran Meyer
Bath Tub Gin by Jim Bates
A Dry Run by John H. Dromey
An Odd Song by Joshua Gessner
The Final Coffin by K.B. Elijah
A Lad Named Jack by Kevin J. Kennedy
The Emperor's Curse: The Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923 by Lyndsey Ellis-Holloway
Pigs for Pigs by Lynne Phillips
The Pinch by M.A. Smith
Clean Sneak by Matthew A.
But you can’t close your heart, as it now belongs to me.
This book will show you, the horror of our love.
Forever and always, now bound by blood.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
~Featuring stories from many award winning authors! ~
Adam Davies: Alexa, Tell Me His Past
Alanna Robertson-Webb: A Woodland Gift
Alanna Robertson-Webb: Surprise!
Alanna Robertson-Webb: Written In The Stars
Andra Dill: Ruby Heart Necklace
Andrea Allison: The Women With My Face
Andrew Kurtz: A Hex For My Ex
Ariana Ferrante: Happy Ending
Ashley Franklin: Me To You/You To Me
Aurora Lewis: His Heart Is On Ice
Brianna Witte: Bad Romance
C.L. Williams: Pictures And A Necklace
Charlotte O'Farrell: Hearts And Flowers
Christopher T. Dabrowski: Until Death Do Us Part
Christopher T. Dabrowski: Yin And Yang
Danny Nicholas: Valentine's Pink
DeBickel: Be Predictable
DeBickel: Bear Of Hearts
DeBickel: Dead End For A Duet
Donna Cuttress: Buy A Rose For Your Valentine
Gabriella Balcom: Yummy
Galina Trefil: A Sweet Ingredient
Galina Trefil: Leave An Impression
Galina Trefil: Primordial Instinct
Jay Levy: Anniversary
John Kujawski: Candy Trail To Hell
Joshua Borgmann: Real Woman
Kevin J. Kennedy: Special
Kim Plasket: The End
Kim Plasket: Until Next Year
Kimberly Rei: The Ruby Garden
Kyle Harrison: Blind Date
Kyle Harrison: Love Is In The Air
Kyle Harrison: Match Maker
Lamont Turner : Valentine's And Voodoo
Lisa Acerbo: The Good Date
Lisa Flanyak: Digits
Mama Creep: I Hope I Wasn't Too Rough
Matthew A. Clarke: Looking For Love
Melody Grace: Women Must Serve Men
Michael Jess Alexander: A Slave To Love
Michael Jess Alexander: Intimate
N.M. Brown: Hidden Valentine
N.M. Brown: Undying Love
Nerisha Kemraj: Never Yours
Nicole Henning: First Love
Nicole Henning: Special Delivery
R.C. Mulhare: The Vampire Lonnigan's Valentine
Ravyn Blackhurst: Carolina Valentine
Richard Prime: Valentine Dinner
Scott McGregor: Nuts About Love
Scott Savino: One Last Kiss
Shannon Grant: Wallpaper
Stuart Hardy: First Time
Thomas Baker: Burning Desire
Thomas Baker : Stony-Hearted
Tony Logan: Joyeuse Saint-Valentin
Tor-Anders Ulven: Lover's Embrace
Wynne F. Winters: Heartless
Sweet Christmas Hell
All us will say,
Throw cares away!
Christmas is near,
Bring holiday fear
To young and old
Snippets to be told!
Ding dong... ding dong
Horror we bring
One seems to hear
Screaming in fear
Filling the air.
Oh how spirits pound,
Raising the sound,
O'er hill and dale,
Telling their tale.
Gaily they write
Of people’s fright
Snippets of fear,
Christmas is here.
Merry, Merry, Merry, Merry Christmas,
Scary, scary, Scary, Scary Christmas.
This collection brings together over 50 bite-sized Easter and St Patrick’s Day themed horror stories from around the world.
Eat, drink, be merry... and die.
"Twelve Days" is an anthology of short stories based on the twelve items in the Christmas song, written by some of the best up and coming indie authors from across the globe. They range from fantasy to realism; from uplifting to creepy; from the hard streets of New York to the fantastic bridges of an almost-Venice.