AIDAN J. REID is a writer and freelance blogger originally from Cloughmills, Northern Ireland.
His debut sci-fi thriller, PATHFINDERS, was released on March 1st 2016. Advance reviewers describe it as 'Inception' meets '28 Days Later'.
The theme of lucid dreaming as well as what is hidden in the deep, dark subconscious parts of our mind are explored.
A second book - Sigil - is scheduled for release on June 23rd 2016. It follows the adventure of a Catholic parish priest in a small village in Ireland who suspects that a local suicide has more sinister elements involved.
Aidan can be found on his blog where he writes regularly.
Ray Jones isn't like other tooth fairies. He curses too much. Enjoys snorting fairy dust. And recently, he's been tearing teeth out of kids' mouths for profit. He'll tell you it's because of The Rot. Then again, he'll tell you anything to avoid walking the plank.
(Part 1 of The Rot Collection)
As part of her University thesis, Molly Walker meets a mysterious man incarcerated on a prostitution charge. He believes a wandering prophet raised him from the dead two thousand years earlier. As the man's past comes to light, Molly realises that not only will her life be changed forever, but his actions will send shockwaves around the world.
A mysterious ancient artifact washes up on the beach of a small coastal town. For one man, the discovery is about to radically change his life for the better. But for those around him, it leaves a trail of unimaginable destruction.
The human brain decodes only 0.0035% of the entire electromagnetic spectrum. A tiny fraction which our eyes recognise as 'visible light'. BioLuminary Enterprises conduct early clinical trials and breakthrough medical research for pharmaceutical companies. Pushing the boundaries of science, they have developed a controversial study and are actively seeking volunteers. As far as the eye can see.