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A.H. Syme

A.H. Syme is a new Brisbane writer and is a prolific reader and writer of Crime and Speculative fiction. She lives in Brisbane City with her husband David, who can make almost all things happen, and two of her three sons.

K.T. Tate

K.T. Tate is an English author inspired to write speculative fiction and has been featured in a plethora of anthologies.

Callum Pearce

Callum Pearce is a Dutch storyteller, originally from Liverpool. He is a fiction writer published multiple times across a variety of platforms.

Chris Hewitt

Chris lives in the beautiful garden of England and in the odd moment that he’s not walking the dog, he pursues his passion for writing fiction.

Zero Hour 2113 – Launches 23rd January 2021

London, 2113.Racked by riots and ruled by corporations, London has grown to house over twenty-million people. Its limits stretch across the south-west of England.Pollution chokes the skyline, hiding the stratoscrapers of The Mile, London’s exclusive centre, from sight; though its gaudy neon signs penetrate the smog. Corporations rule after the collapse of the mid-2000s. The NHS, under strain from underfunding and the barrage of pandemics, chemical attacks and terrorism, found itself sold off, piece by piece, to the highest bidder. The augmentation companies moved in; buying what they liked. The National Health Bank rose, supplemented by other privatised care centres.

Mount Terror by E.L. Giles – Launches 30th January 2021

The idea of Mount Terror first came when I was reading and studying the history of South Pole expeditions. From James Clark Ross’ scientific expedition and discovery of the Ross Ice Shelf, to Robert Falcon Scott’s deadly trip to the geographic South Pole, and the search party that followed Scott’s death, I was fascinated by the stories of endurance, of survival and the passion that animated these great explorers.

Whispers in the Dark by K. B. Elijah – Launches 15th January 2021

The twist is that there is no twist and that would be a hell of a twist in itself because you would be looking for a twist but there wouldn’t be a twist because I promised you a twist and you were expecting a twist so the twist is that there is no twist but then you’d just be disappointed that there was no twist and I couldn’t say I always include twists.