Twilight, Dusk, Mirrors, Dreams: Tales by Dan Djurdjevic

‘To sleep, perchance to dream- ay, there’s the rub.’ Hamlet (III, i, 65-68) For when you are dreaming, you will wake. You assume. But what sort of waking will it be? I think we have all experienced at some time that dread, dripping, crushing sense of fighting our way back up from .. something .. out from .. something. And to emerge as though breaking … Continue reading Twilight, Dusk, Mirrors, Dreams: Tales by Dan Djurdjevic

Girl In The Attic, by Dan Djurdjevic

‘She’d checked her room three times and yes, the lock on her door was fastened .. She was safe. She finally felt her self drifting off to sleep. Until she heard a cough – a girl’s cough- coming from the attic.’ Rose’s dad started doing pointless things up there in his man-cave attic that didn’t even make the grim space more habitable. Then he quarreled … Continue reading Girl In The Attic, by Dan Djurdjevic

The Brotherhood of the Dragon, by Phil Hore

We begin with Amun Galeas confiding in us about certain events in 1888 in London and .. Wait a minute, who is this Amun Galeas? He doesn’t seem to know that himself. Each time he carries his throbbing head out of a strange bedroom to seek answers he gets bashed. The mutiplying bandages on his head come to resemble a near-cosh proof turban. I, for … Continue reading The Brotherhood of the Dragon, by Phil Hore

Happy 10th Anniversary Odyssey Books!

https://wp.me/p372pG-2zN Plonk a paw on the link above to read all about Mawson’s publisher. Small Presses forever! Young Adult, Gift books, Memoirs, historical fiction, medical dramas, fantasy, myth based story telling, poetry, fairy tales flipped and retold – 100 books in 10 years from Odyssey, where reading is an adventure. There is even a bear you know among those writers. Continue reading Happy 10th Anniversary Odyssey Books!

Only Freaks Turn Things Into Bones, by Steff Green and Bree Roldan

From the book’s cover: It’s little Grim’s first day at his new school. But the other kids .. call him ‘freak’ and refuse to play with him. A parent drops his kid off at school. Ok, he’s the Grim Reaper, but what of that detail? Just another parent doing a drop off, whatever that parent’s job might be. His son, Little Grim, like every new … Continue reading Only Freaks Turn Things Into Bones, by Steff Green and Bree Roldan