A fast-paced space opera with politics, betrayal, love and shenanigans. Follow Princess Sun and her mother, Queen Eirene, as they fight to protect and grow the Chaonian Empire from enemies internal and external, if they don't drive each other mad first. A first-class tale that sets up a multi-layered world with a bright future.
In a little over a week Soaring Penguin Press will be launching their Kickstarter campain for The Glass Wall, their upcoming publication. This move comes on the heels of the revelation that only 13% of creators earned their sole income from comics. Soaring Penguin Press want to reestablish the balance and provide content creators with […]
”A love story…but a little broken.
Everyone wears a mask. What we see of people on the surface is so rarely what’s ticking underneath. And, in Cortland Hunt’s case, what he’s hiding might just be more than Ian Tanner is prepared for.”
In a world hungry for more diverse reads, Breaks bring us ‘the story of two young men discovering who they were, who they are, and who they will become. It’s a love story…but a bit broken.‘ Appealing to the LGBT+ audiences and more, Breaks promises a romance story that slowly unfolds in three separate arcs. […]
Vampire: The Masquerade, the ground-breaking roleplaying game of personal horror, is no stranger to tie-in fiction. Indeed, the Clan Novel Saga and Clan Brujah trilogy, which chronicled the ongoing conflicts between the Camarilla and the Sabbat, were used to progress the in-game storyline. However, since 2004, there has been no new fiction, and certainly no […]
Investigating sordid political corruption, journalist Harry Hendrick grows uneasy when he hears rumours of a chilling figure behind it. Mistress Hel plies her dark arts from a luxurious suburban lair, motivated by a desire for revenge from a past marred by terrible wrongs.
Harry hears of demonic visions, of people under a supernatural thrall, and is slowly drawn into her web. Inside are diabolical ceremonies and visions that threaten both his sanity and his life; something black and infernal reaching out into...
When washed-up journalist Harry Hendrick wakes one morning with a hangover and a strange symbol tattooed on his neck, he shrugs it off as a bad night out. But soon more tattoos appear: grisly, violent images which come accompanied by horrific nightmares – so he begins to dig deeper. Harry’s search leads him to a sinister disappearance, torment from beyond the grave, and a web of corruption and violence tangled with his own past. One way or another, he has to right the wrongs.
Reading more like Harry Palmer than James Bond, the Spider Dance is memory of a simpler time, when World War 2 was a recent memory, and the Iron Curtain carved the battered, burgeoning and caged chaos of the 50s asunder.