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If you have a reader to buy for this holiday season, we have something special for you. Purchase our short fiction collection This and That but Mostly the Other and receive a bonus gift! With local delivery, you’ll receive a limited-edition book flower, crafted from pages of the book and designed with the stories in mind. Any shipped book will include a watercolour ghost holiday card. Happy shopping!
Not sure what to get the horror lover in your life for Christmas? Not to worry, we have just the thing! We have bundled the limited-print edition of the Storm Series for a great price, AND you’ll receive a free holiday card as well. Just the spooky kind you’ll need for this gift! Have you found out what happens in the Storm yet? Shop now!
For this holiday season, we’re offering This and That but Mostly the Other with a bonus gift. For local delivery, you’ll receive a limited edition book flower, crafted from pages of the book and designed with the stories in mind. Any shipped book will include a watercolour Ghost holiday card.
This and That but Mostly the Other is an eclectic collection of flash and micro fiction that explores the breadth of the human experience – love, loss, and being devoured by monsters on a late-night bus ride.
“This” represents gratitude, and a light shining in the darkness. “That” shows us introspection, heartbreak, and that not all endings are happy. “The Other” is filled with the dark and twisty bits that keep you up in the night – fantastical and surreal.
This bundle includes the entire Storm series in a limited edition print collection: Into the Storm, Surviving the Storm, and Chasing the Storm for a reduced holiday rate. We’ll also throw in a holiday card from our collection.
Into the Storm
Home is meant to be a place of sanctuary. For Jason, it means being forced to live life as a shadow, in constant fear of being seen. In an attempt to escape his abusive father, the young boy sets out on his own. What he doesn’t know is that blood connects them, and blood will link them to a storm that will shatter an already broken family.
Into the Storm is the first dramatic instalment in a trilogy that confronts the darkness that lies deep within humanity. The Storm series brings to life personal stories of coping with a world living under the threat of destruction and delves into the consequences of surviving.
Surviving the Storm
No electricity. No communication. No way to escape the storm raging on the horizon.
The search for somewhere to belong leads two strangers, Jacob and Mati, to a secluded Ontario community as its residents encounter unthinkable tragedy. In the shadows, an outlier, Alex, faces the end of the world head-on and finds a new way forward. As the full extent of the sickness unfolds, the reality of what it will take to survive is brought to light, and the consequences will forever change who they are.
In the second gripping instalment of the trilogy, Surviving the Storm captures the spectrum of humanity and redefines what family can mean. It highlights how adversity provides opportunities to bring us together, and also how it can tear us apart.
Chasing the Storm
It’s been two years since the storm forever changed the world. An experienced hunting guide, Krystal, leads a group of amateurs on an outing to commemorate the anniversary of the event. After stumbling upon a facility concealed in the wilds of northern Ontario, she is forced back into a conflict she thought was far behind her.
With daylight fading, the hunting party is promised a luxurious night away from the cold. Far from being an oasis, the facility was created by those intent on using an engineered disease for their own benefit. Once the nature of their situation is revealed, help comes in the form of a kindred spirit who shares their urgent need to escape, and the group faces a brutal struggle to free themselves from a place few are meant to leave.
In the final thrilling instalment of the Storm trilogy, Chasing the Storm highlights how easily the quest for stature and dominance can turn us against our humanity and proves how surviving alone does not mean you are immune from the effects of the storm.