Spaulding Taylor’s response to the pandemic lockdown blues was to create Last Star Standing, a darkly comical dystopian tale of a future Earth so messed up that coronavirus seems a
The 1957 novel, On the Road, by Jack Kerouac, is considered to be one of the greatest road trip stories ever told.
A young general practitioner with lung cancer searches for his identity and for an “answer to my existential struggle”.
Bullying has always been a big problem, especially in schools. Getting hurt or frightened by others can leave not only physical but also emotional scars and a lifetime of self-esteem problems.
With earth destroyed and nothing like it was, humanity is floundering in their new reality, and Jamie has nothing but revenge on his mind.
The start of each new year is always hectic, but by March when everyone is back into the swing of things there's always a bit more time to read. Of course, our readers never need an excuse to lose themselves in a good bock and March is certainly no exception.
The 18th and 19th century saw the release of numerous Gothic stories that would go on to become classics. Books such as Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, Bram Stoker’s Dracula and even A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens set the tone for this genre of fiction. However, these authors were by no means the only ones to write Gothic stories and many others also came up with some great stories. Thankfully, many of these books are now available for free online as eBooks, which means it is easier than ever before to discover the interesting blend of horror, fiction, death and romance that they offer.
The Bishop And The Rose is a family saga, following the Bishop family in Virginia and South Carolina.
From the entertaining to the bizarre, everyone experiences dreams at some point. Some people attempt to influence these dreams, while others are content to let the experience carry them along.
Death in the Cloud opens with a hijacked commercial airliner full of Russian passengers heading towards a collision course with the White House, and the pace doesn't let up until the end.