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About Jade Wildy
Jade Wildy is a lover of the arts in every form and holds several degrees. A swift change in the direction of her own career saw her return to creative writing after a hiatus of several years.
Through her writing, Jade addresses themes like death, psychological state and being different, and delights in slipping in the unexpected. She believes in the power of storytelling as a motivator for change, and her writing has been included in numerous publications internationally.
A self-confessed wallflower, Jade lives in South Australia on the traditional lands of the Kaurna People. She can be frequently be found writing or drawing in the local cafes.
She is a member of WritersSA, and as a wife and parent, she believes in the power of storytelling as a motivator for change.
To date, she has had numerous short fiction accepted for publication in 2021, including:
“Alices Hope” - Short Story in ‘Stories of Survival,’ Dead Set Press/Aussie Speculative Fiction;
“The Occam’s Razor” a Short Story in ‘Death Ship,’ Breaking Rules Europe;
“The Water Bloom Incident”, a novella included in Field's of Ruin, a fantasy Bundle, Black Ink Fiction.
And numerous Drabbles and other micro-fiction in anthologies by publishers including Black Ink Fiction, Raven & Drake, Ghost Orchid and Black Hare Press.
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We all have a fascination for things that scare us—the thrill, the heart-stopping jump scares, the terrifying suspense. From the youngest age, we’re fascinated by the fiendish and furry, the creepiest critters, the naughty and the nasty. Horror is all around us, from the clowns who hide under our bed, to the things we might drag up from the brook at the bottom of the garden, and the zombies who crawl our streets.
As author, Megan Feehley, so beautifully says; there is beauty just before the terror…a silken breath taken before the spill of righteousness…the warmth of a licking flame preceding the scald.
So, close the drapes, check the locks, turn on all the lights and get comfortable. But don’t close your eyes…
Never close your eyes...
From spooky ghost kids to zombie trick-or-treaters, poisonous treats from serial killers to statues coming alive, this anthology from Black Ink Fiction has 150+ bite-sized horror treats for your enjoyment.
New from Black Ink Fiction!Join the adventure through the wasteland of the world, where the only real goal is staying alive.
Featuring the following amazing authors:
Alex Avery - Firechild
Chisto Healy - Search Party
Chris Bannor - We'll Dance Together
Dawn DeBraal - The Promised Land
Dorian J. Sinnott - Sunless Dawn
Gabriella Balcom - Surviving
Jade Wildy - Mardigan's Maze
Jeremy Zentner - Opening Performance
Jodi Jensen - The Depot
Jodie Francis - The Trial of Linda Creed
Meera Dandekar - Post-Earth Selection
Mike Sherer - Timeon Entanglement
Patrick Winters - The Words
Rob D. Smith - The War on Ignorance
S.O. Green - Dragonpunk
Shelly Jarvis - Zappho and the North Star
Tiffany Christie - And Dust to Dust
Tony Logan - The Legend of Nana Kats
Everyone knows the big names of summer horror and their stories. But what about the maintenance man who doesn’t like his rooftop encroached upon? Terror at summer concerts? Tentacles...lots of tentacles.
Rules for Summer fun:
- Wade into the ocean, lake or river with care this season...you don’t know what’s lurking beneath.
- Don’t get too ensnared by your noise-canceling headphones--you don’t know who may sneak up on you.
- Mind the jellyfish.
- Never, and I mean NEVER, put all your trust in your phone’s GPS.
- Question your neighbor's culinary treats, especially if they've just lost a loved one.
Get more tips on what not to do within the pages of Summer Terrors. Stories in 100 word format from authors all over the world from Black Ink Fiction.
Maybe a female knight saves the damsel in distress; or the Queen never guesses Rumplestiltskin’s name. Perhaps the sleeping princess isn’t quite who you thought she was. If you’ve grown tired of the same old “once upon a time” stories, check out Black Ink Fiction’s “Once Upon a Drabble” to get a new twist on these 100-word stories.
Contained within these pages are 13 riveting steampunk tales set within a diverse range of alternative-history worlds, from the Wild, Wild West to Victorian-era Europe. Experience adventure, romance, and drama as you enter into a fantasy world where the lines between man and machine intersect.
Stuff of Legends by C. Marry Hultman
When the women of a small village are abducted by an evil cult it falls upon two strangers to rescue them. Aemil, a shapeshifter, and the young-looking mage Ectar have just met that morning, but are quickly drawn into an adventure they didn't want, but still volunteered for. The kind fo action that will forever make them The Stuff of Legends.
Blight World by Chisto Healy
R'yuk is no warrior, as much as he wants to be. He is just as loyal to the king as any warrior that's ever been though, and he takes his job as lookout very seriously. When he sees the army of golems sailing towards his home, R'yuk realizes this is his chance to be a hero. Discovering his elemental water magic, the young elf realizes there's more than one way to fight. Not all warriors wield swords.
Photographs by Dale Parnell
Abandoned by his mother and ignored by his father, Jimmy Toffman is used to life mistreating him. With his older brother, Carl, in prison for burglary, Jimmy has no option but to follow in his footsteps.
Carl only had two rules – never break in when the house is occupied, and never take personal items. They may not be saints, but they won’t mess with people’s memories.
So when Jimmy witnesses a fellow house burglar stealing a family’s photographs, he can’t help himself but get involved. The only problem is the police are already hunting the gang, and what’s more – there’s something strangely unnatural about them.
The Water Bloom Incident by Jade Wildy
The Great Trees are the life blood of the Dryads that live in the city of Malvaceae, but when their leaves mysteriously begin to fall, the Dryads start to sicken and die. The clock is ticking and Ziggy, a Water Dryad, and her unlikely friend Togo, a 6-armed Ortük, must battle murderous skeletons to discover why the trees are dying to save the Dryads.
This collection contains fifteen stories written by both award-winning and emerging authors in the Australian and New Zealand speculative fiction scene, all based around the theme of survival.
Authors include Kylie Fennell, Louise Zedda-Sampson, Pamela Jeffs, Monique McLellan, Nikky Lee, Tim Borella, Leanbh Pearson, Jade Wildy, Claire Fitzpatrick, Lisa Rodrigues, Kaybee Pearson, Brianna Bullen, Tansy Rayner-Roberts, Kirstie Nicholson and Aiki Flinthart.