Ashael Falling

Shona Kinsella

Ashael seeks allies from across KalaDene, a journey that could cost her everything, while the Zanthar face interference from Zan before resuming their conquest of Ashael’s world.

5% funded

Lomita For Ever

Trevor Eve

A dark, philosophical thriller set in contemporary Los Angeles

103% funded

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Red Soil

Jamie Chipperfield

For one Mars lawman, a multi-disappearance shall have great implications for the colony he calls home.

7% funded

Let Sleeping Dogs Lie

Elfan Jones

An international story of crime and murder – but in the midst of the fear and mayhem, true love might blossom, goodness could overcome evil and there might really be a happily ever after.

38% funded

Breakfast In Bogotá

Helen Young

Set in 1940s Colombia, Breakfast In Bogotá is about a broken architect trying to build something new

69% funded

Guerrillas

Chris Bonnello

A near-future war novel, where teenagers who escaped an attack on their special school become the last hope of freeing the British people.

152% funded

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Quiet Pine Trees

T. R. Darling

Time-travelling, mind-bending micro-fictions from the creator of @QuietPineTrees

61% funded

In Other Words

Edited by Miranda Prag and Katya Balen

A remarkable anthology of short stories by eight autistic writers, with forewords by David Mitchell and Joanne Limburg

31% funded

The Pleasure of Sinking

Mic Wright

An actress in her fifties, a painter in his thirties, their relationship, her alcoholism and their families. Is there pleasure in sinking?

56% funded

Horse Destroys the Universe

Cyriak Harris

"I think our horse might be eating the internet"

117% funded

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The Frost Fair

T. Q. Chant

When a mysterious enemy destroys the Habsburg Sky Armada's latest skyship over London, the ship's designer and her captain will expose a truth that will rock the foundation of the Empire.

12% funded

Black Box

Kevan Manwaring

Paradigms collide in this gripping journey beyond the limits of cosmos and consciousness: delving into the big questions around humanity’s survival and the existence of sentient life.

13% funded

Moonstomp

Tim Wells

Youth cult meets occult in this New English Library style tale of a skinhead werewolf running riot in late 70s London.

100% funded

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No Good Deed

Ewan Lawrie

Moffat the Magniloquent along the Mississippi

72% funded

King Arthur's Death

Michael Smith

An epic poem of the fall of kings, vibrantly translated and stunningly illustrated with linocut prints by the author of Unbound’s Sir Gawain

64% funded

Valkyrie

William J. Meyer

A Valkyrie appears before four separate warriors in the hour of their death, seeking to recruit each for her own secret purpose.

24% funded

An Other's Look

James Ellis

Sometimes, for one’s own sanity, it’s best to rip up an entire life and start again. The question is: whose life? And who does the ripping?

92% funded

The End of Magic

Mark Stay

A sweeping fantasy of magic's ending; a new name to set alongside Jen Williams and Den Patrick.

113% funded

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The Life of Death

Lucy Booth

A dark compelling tale in which Death makes a pact with the Devil.

116% funded

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Unscripted

Claire Handscombe

No-one is a bigger fan of actor Thomas Cassidy than Libby. No-one. That's why she's totally going to marry him

103% funded

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East of England

Eamonn Griffin

Sharp and atmospheric; a rural take on the noir thriller. A vivid new voice.

105% funded

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The Other Things

Jonathan Dransfield

An extraordinary story of how six children became the first astronauts to go to Mars.

118% funded

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Note To Boy

Sue Clark

A comic novel about what happens when the worlds of a 1960s fashion diva and a modern teenager collide: she wants revenge and her reputation back; he’d settle for a safe haven and a warm coat.

69% funded

The Rooms We Never Enter

PJ Whiteley

If one of the wealthiest people in Britain falls for one of the poorest, will the money be a salvation or an unsurmountable obstacle?

92% funded

Sanzaru Killer

Kevin Bragg

Daniel Helmqvist is back, but this time he's a suspect...

40% funded

New Times

Matt Jordan

Politics and culture, naïvete and cynicism among ’80s radicals, ’90s Blairites and beyond, from Manchester to London to the verges of Putin's Russia

101% funded

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