Brittany M. Willows


Brittany M. Willows is a self-published author, gamer, and freelance digital artist living in rural Ontario, Canada. Her love of video games and the stories they told is what inspired her to write her own stories, and she has been building fictional universe ever since. When she’s not writing about post-apocalyptic lands and robots and people gallivanting through the stars, she can be found hunched over a tablet drawing the very same things.

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To keep up with the latest news regarding both current and future novels, or to contact the author, you can follow her on Twitter, her blog, “like” the Facebook page, or visit the official Calypsis Project website!


Where to find Brittany M. Willows online


We Have Each Other (A Calypsis Project Short Story)
Price: Free! Words: 8,460. Language: English. Published: August 21, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Apocalyptic, Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories
After their camp is attacked by the Converted—the barely-human products of the Metamorphosis plague—Darcy and Liz must make their way to North Gate—a government-controlled safe zone located in the heart of Toronto. The only thing that stands between them and safety . . . is four hundred kilometers of unfamiliar, and very likely plague-infested, territory.

Brittany M. Willows' tag cloud

action    adventure    dystopia    epidemic    lgbt couple    monster    postapocalyptic    thriller    virus   

Smashwords book reviews by Brittany M. Willows

  • Suicide Plunge on March 14, 2014

    While the Suicide Plunge is a perfect read for young adults, it's a story that would appeal to people in any age group. Phillip Arnold has a wonderful set of well-drawn characters and great a talent for writing. His writer's voice is clear and fluid, very easy to read. I was sad when I reached the end of this book, because I was hooked on it and wanted more! Only reason for the four-star review is that it's not the genre I typically read in and enjoy, but it was still a truly fantastic book!