The Warning Signs
Something lurks beneath the waves on an island where the sun never sets; a ghost tries to stop an up-and-coming serial killer; a heartless sorceress is thrilled when she finds access to the human realm; a boy tries to win his crush’s heart by challenging a horrifying local legend.
50 States is a debut collection of short stories that captures the human condition and how perception shapes destiny. The book spans several literary genres with each short story set in a different state across America.
Driving In Budapest
Budapest is a true crossroads capital, very much at home in the east or the west. Follow five very different people as they navigate their lives as well as the crazy, hectic streets of this fascinating city. Love, loss, despair, hope….. you know, life!
Through the Magic Sunglasses
When Mariia storms out of her boyfriend’s Kyiv apartment forever, she has no idea what is awaiting her. She is handed a pair of ‘magic’ sunglasses by a mysterious cabdriver on her way to Berlin, and what begins as a journey to get over her breakup turns out to be the adventure of her life.
Dark Tales of Fantasy
Dark Tales of Fantasy – In the end, when Evil Things happen to Good People, there never is a happy ending. Five stories (novellas) of classic fantasy with a touch of horror from debut author Wayne C. Hannis.
26 Absurdities of Tragic Proportions
RANKED #3 in HOT NEW RELEASES (Dark Humor) on AMAZON in its Second Week! Great American cartoonist Edward Gorey illustrated the unusual and absurd fates of 26 children in his famous ‘Gashlycrumb Tinies’ alphabet book. ’26 Absurdities of Tragic Proportions’ captures the essence of Gorey’s dark humor and satire with one tale for each child depicted.
Aphrodite’s Curse: 21 Tales of Love and Terror
Aphrodite’s Curse By Charles E.J. Moulton 21 tales of Love and Terror The characters are plagued and inspired by memories. In Leaf in the Wind, the painful death of Jennifer’s late boyfriend sends her back to the Spanish dance-club they used to visit
Mother Knows Best
Mothers like to think they know what’s best for their children. Kids being kids will do it their own way and make their own choices – Only to find out, if years later, that Mother was probably right.