We publish mainly Fantasy and Science Fiction, but will consider any book which takes the reader into a world other than our own. We believe that readers who love reading deserve rewarding books, and our mission is to make such books available to them. Two Moons Books represents a promise of great entertainment and good literature. At present we publish only ebooks.
Two Moons Books
PO Box 1042
A vampish romance, this is a short story with fangs! A gentleman from Eastern Europe is looking for a new home. In his search he discovers Juliet, a delicious young estate agent who finds him equally irresistible. There is just this one little obstacle to their mutual happiness...
This tale of the dark, twisted truth lurking behind the children's fairy tale will set its fangs in you and not let go. You thought you knew the story of Little Red Riding Hood? Think again. Think hard. Do you really want to know the truth? Some books are better left unopened.
A collection of four SF short stories which feature monsters. Set in space, on earth, on other planets and at the end of days, encounter strange and fearsome creatures from beyond your imagination - or your nightmares!
Becky loves Sam, but there's a pretty young teacher who's moved into town, and Sam is charmed. So are all the other boys. Now what? This is a rather evil short story set in the context of a young adult romance. NOTE: This is a revised and complete version!
A romantic drama set in London, this is a contemporary short story about the uncertain business of living. On the knife's edge between love and tragedy, Adam Reid is a young doctor who finds that mending broken lives is not a vocation for the faint-hearted.
This is a short story. Dragonfire is the name of the game, a new, totally immersive computer game set in a fantasy world. Figurative dragons lurk in hidden places, the stakes are high, and losing the game means losing your life - or does it?
Gwen Against the Nerd
on Dec. 09, 2018
A delightful novella with a short-story feel. Jahn is an exceptionally skilled writer, and delivers an entertaining tale of Gwen and the events that completely change the direction of her life. Dialogue that rings true is coupled with great characterization, and although Mark is perhaps just a touch over the top, I believe his nature is essential to the resounding success of the story. A clever plot, fast pace, and a whop in the tail make this a great quick read. I'm looking for more.