Anthologised and novelised works…
Pitstop, Harvey Duckman Volume 6. 2020
Looking to escape to another world with a super fast read? Looking for urban fantasy that is a bit different? Or weird stories to make you think? Wanting to discover speculative fiction from writers that could become your new favourite authors?
Harvey Duckman presents the sixth in a series of short story anthologies featuring some of the most exciting voices in science fiction, fantasy, horror and steampunk today.
In Pitstop, a human and an alien crash-land at their fuel station stop teeming with tempting cargo, but no longer teeming with life.
Revelation, Fauxpocalypse. 2013
Life on Earth is predicted to end on 15 July 2015. But the oncoming megatons of rock and ice break up shortly before impact. Now humanity must live in a world most believed would not exist. Across the planet, people are haunted by the future they did not fear, and even those who did not embrace death must face the consequences of others’ decisions.
A collection of twelve stories about rebuilding hope.
In Revelation, an Oxford student makes a promise to God to be saved from the apocalypse. When the comet misses, it raises doubts about the old life, about what has been right or wrong.
Out of print
She, Stark, UCL Publishers Prize 2018: Light and Dark
The flames in one girl’s skin ignite the lives of those closest to her.
A woman struggles against the inescapable pull of a black hole.
The thin light from a mobile phone illuminates a new birth.
Thirty original works of fiction and poetry on Light and Dark from the next generation of UCL writers.
She, Stark explores the darkness in a mind and soul. How far would you go to protect your child from the man who took her from you?
A Rosary, A Fume Cabinet and A Music Book, charity anthology Scream For Charity. 2011.
Horror stories with a Christmas theme – for charity. In A Rosary, A Fume Cabinet and A Music Book, a student searches for her teacher’s murderer…but many people will stop the truth escaping.
2 thoughts on “Books”
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