Cosmic Love and Parasite of the Sun - two sets of haiku romantically infused into one. Solemn, dreamy and strange, they paint a vivid image of love and hurt in the wake of an unknowable future. Updated April 2018 with a new introduction exclusive to eBook format.
In a world where magic reigns and history is rewritten by the emergence of magic, Alexandra Blair comes into her powers and discovers that she possesses the rare ability to dream-walk: to willfully enter the Collective Subconscious made of the dreams and beliefs of all human kind and extract from it all that she may need to solve a limitless array of problems, including saving the world.
Young misfit Ewan Colin Coupar escapes from taunts and teasing of classmates in the hills behind Greenock Scotland, finds friendship with Winthrop once a druid now a Faerie spirit. Paving the way for Ewan to meet a host of magic, mythical friends, human and Faeries. With 9 other special children they form the Cruach. Why is this? Dark forces using the Cruach to gain ancient knowledge of the Fae.
The second installment of my “Reality Dream Fiction” takes me back in time to a place of oppression where only the “Dance of the Naga” can summon a Deity with the ability to bring knowledge and peace. Read more like tales in the anthology Dream Time.
From best selling authors comes an award winning short story series called 'Dreamscapes: Monsters, Misery and Mayhem'. This first volume collection combines grim and ghastly stories that are bound to keep you sleeping with one eye open. Includes such stories as 'Belladonna: A Vampire Journal', 'The Devil's Bluff' and other terrifying tales.
While on training to join the World Space Agency, Abby’s demons threaten to undermine her efforts. A saviour appears just when she’s about to collapse under the intensity of her fear, stirring emotions deep within. But can she keep relying on him to rescue her from herself? Or can she come through to save him when the tables turn?
Dreams may be pleasant or some times a little disturbing. Nightmares are all too different. For the dreamer the best thing about a nightmare is waking up. For the narrator however this was not actually the case.
A collection of three stories that end mid-thought. One takes place in and around a resort one might happen upon at the end of their given line. One takes place somewhere I've never been, but it's hot and not so safe. One takes place in some section of Brooklyn, not that it matters.
On a spring evening in 1982, a thousand people are killed in Sanctuary, a country founded by genocide survivors and devoted to pacifism. Decades later, Brian, a congenial and underemployed American, goes there to look for the sister of a former girlfriend who disappeared while visiting there. As he looks for clues and tries not to marry anyone accidentally, he learns he may be a target too.