Novellas

Burning

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From the author of psychological horror Shadows, taut murder mystery Requiem in E Sharp and the post-apocalyptic Oasis, Burning is a fiery tale of magic and dark desire.

Marcie Grove is a lonely witch. After a full moon ritual she decides to do something about the abysmal state of her love life. Making use of a powerful spell to cure her sad state of affairs, she puts her own life, as well as her coven, in danger when her apparent success brings forth a dark power with explosive and deadly results.

‘This is not the first time I’ve read a book by Joan De La Haye and although she might not be a writer that everyone is familiar with, I am hopeful that it will change soon.’ – Killer Aphrodite on ‘Requiem’

Read an excerpt

Read the reviews: Tony’s Thoughts, Sci-Fi Bulletin,

Get the Paperback: Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk,

 

 

Oasis

oasis cover 600x800The planet has been fried by solar flares turning it into a desert. The surviving population has been effected by solar radiation, turning them into Zombies. Only a handful of people remain unaffected. A family of civilians, guided by a crack army unit who has seen more action than they can handle, must make their way to the safety of a UN base at the South Pole called New Atlantis.

But can they make it to this oasis alive or will they only reach it as the undead?

Read an excerpt.

Read the reviews: The Eloquent Page, Kat’s Book Shelf, Tentacle Books, Pearls cast before a McPig, Dave Brendon’s Fantasy & Sci-Fi Weblog, Tony’s Thoughts,

Download it! Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, Wizard’s Tower Books

Get the Paperback! Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk

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