Fiction

Communism Survivor Monalisa Foster Keeps ‘Strong Female Characters’ Out of Her Fiction

Monalisa Foster survived in communist Romania and that experience influences her fiction—including by helping her write realistic characters.

Read More

Mike Baron’s ‘Thin Blue Line’ One of Many New Tales!

Mike Baron has a bunch of tales in the works with a crowdfunding campaign for the ‘Thin Blue Line’ graphic novel being just one of them.

Read More

‘Dragon and Fury:’ Intrigue & Romance in Space!

‘Dragon and Fury’ is the 10th book in M. A. Nilles’s Forgotten Worlds space opera series. And there’s more to come!

Read More

Book Review – ‘Love & Aliens’

‘Love & Aliens’ is a farcical, fictional fusion of comedy, satire, political commentary, cultural critique and sci-fi.

Read More

Cloak & Dagger: Simona Mangiante & a New Spy Novel

How about a brand new novel featuring a spy character inspired by fashion designer and actress Simona Mangiante?

Read More

The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff’s Treason: A Satirical Tale

What happens when a spy discovers the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff is engaged in treason? A satirical re-imagining of the thriller.

Read More

Man vs. Women in ‘Thor vs. the Valkyries’

Man vs. woman always makes for a good story. In ‘Thor vs. the Valkyries,’ it’s even better because it’s man vs. women.

Read More

Denton Salle’s Fiction Is an ‘Extension’ of His ‘Terrible Tendency to Tell Lies’

Denton Salle figured out that his ‘terrible tendency to tell lies’ actually makes for good storytelling. And so he became a fiction author.

Read More

More Thrilling Adventures in Summer 2021 Issue of ‘Cirsova Magazine’

Summer 2021 Issue of ‘Cirsova Magazine’ rolls along with new short stories, a novelette, and part 2 of 3 of a serialized novel.

Read More

Pulp-Like Thrills & Shocks Fill ‘The Best of Appalling Stories’

‘The Best of Appalling Stories’ features shocking and thrilling tales, all reminiscent of pulp fiction from years gone by.

Read More