Category Archives: Dark Fantasy

Stories that focus on elements usually found in the horror genre but which take place in a setting more alike sword and sorcery or high fantasy.

Bloody Fae: A Dark Fantasy Reverse Harem (The Fae Hybrid Trilogy Book 1) by Keelan Hayward


My name is Redell of Overrealm, and after one snowy night with a vampire my life forever changed. No longer was I a fae born of light. I was resurrected in darkness as a hybrid—part vampire, part fae.
After two hundred years living in Centerrealm, the vampire king of Castle Bloodborne has discovered my existence. He plans to use me as a pawn to conquer Overrealm. With the help of my fated mates and the cold-blooded prince who turned me, I will use every ounce of my dual powers to stop the king’s plan and bring him to his knees. In a world where you’re either blessed by the light or cursed by the darkness, my existence will forever blur the lines.

Bloody Fae is book one in the Fae Hybrid Trilogy, a dark fantasy reverse harem series for readers 18+. It’s filled with lots of action, suspense, steam, and a splash of M/M because why not?



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Heirs and Outlaws by Lester Kavanaugh


The Blue, a shrouded mire in the heart of the American South. Seemingly harmless to most, but not to the citizens of Argo Fae as they are the world’s only defense against the monsters that call the dreadful marshland home. For thirty years, they’ve held the line between the weak, ignorant public and the beasts that hungered for their flesh. Lately, they’ve begun losing the war.

Caroline, the local religious leader and unpopular member of the town council, is the only one who is willing to admit it. In a desperate attempt to protect her people, Caroline seeks to enlist the help of Vergil Womack, the last of a legendary family of monster hunters. A family her father, and the people of Argo Fae, murdered decades ago.

The two form an uneasy alliance to protect the people and reclaim The Blue, but a foul and ancient evil conspires in the darkness plotting to end the long-standing war between the two worlds.

“Lester Kavanaugh brings a dark and dreary yet colorful urban fantasy set in the American South.” –


The night is ours: Shadows of the past by Maria Spotlight


Have you heard of them? The gruesome stories about the silent killers in the night, who approach their victims on inaudible steps to taste their blood? Or the beasts, which become giant wolves at a full moon and tear whole flocks of sheep in their greed?

The knowledge about them is enough for one coin and almost nobody knows where they came from and why they could outlast the times until today. To understand a story, you have to know its origin. Thus begins the story of the emergence of the three clans; the vampires, the werewolves and the witches, who hand in hand create their common realm. And then she is born.

On a stormy night Larissa sees the light of day, the only mixed creature of vampire and werewolf, equipped with the powers of a witch. Between the everyday madness, Larissa must not only keep her true form hidden, but also fight, because dark clouds have come up over the clans. More and more she becomes aware that the clan of witches, and thus their leader Claus, are playing a false game.

Can Larissa, together with her family and friends, stop the conspiracy in time or has the threat already progressed too far? Immerse yourself in a dark world full of fantasy, tension and adventure, the search for great love, but also power games, betrayal, bitter setbacks and bitter disappointments.


The Coven Queen (The Coven Series Book 5) by Lily Luchesi



Become the witch you were born to be.

Harley Sinclair has had more than her share of heartbreak, and now she’s all alone once again, trying to hold her life together and move on from the tragedies and the losses of both the dead and the living.

However, she cannot indulge in grief over heartbreak nor death.

Bodies are being found all over London, and then one turns up in the Coven’s confines. Someone is hunting witches and wizards, and with the Coven leaderless, they are more vulnerable than ever.

In order to escape the memories haunting her, she agrees to fly to Chicago to find the source of the murders before everyone she knows is killed.

Discover the magic, mystery, and mischief in the final installment of the #1 bestselling Coven Series!



The Astral Bow – A LitRPG graphic novel written by Conor Kostick



Meet Edel Harris, aka Estrella the Assassin and other avatars. Her job (which she loves): private detective for investigations in virtual worlds.

The two biggest online environments in the near future are those of Epic, a fantasy MMORPG and Star Divers, a space opera MMORPG. To do her job well, Edel has to be one of the highest level players in both.

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Once Upon a Time…When Things Turned Out Okay by Michelle von Eschen


Once upon a time…a woman wrote a collection of short stories, none of which end particularly well for their characters.

This is a mini collection showcasing the diverse skill of Michelle Kilmer (von Eschen) and written for debut at Crypticon Seattle, a horror convention, in 2019. Featuring five short stories of loss detailing how far life is from a fairy tale. Continue reading Once Upon a Time…When Things Turned Out Okay by Michelle von Eschen

Awakening (Legends from the Land of Shaarn Book 1) by P.D. Dennison


Ravak, a young hunter of the Winter Wolf Clan, becomes entangled in a quest to stop Graxxen, an undead wizard from a past age bent on enslaving the Land of Shaarn into his army of the dead.

Graxxen is a dark sorcerer whose evil ambitions drive him to turn himself into a lich, an undead mage of unimaginable malevolent power. He enslaves all the goblins of the Dark Fang horde, using their great numbers to overwhelm and exterminate the people of Shaarn, conscripting their fallen into his army of ghouls. Continue reading Awakening (Legends from the Land of Shaarn Book 1) by P.D. Dennison

The Bet: A Spooky Little Short by K. A. Denver


‘Sticks and stones may break my bones, names will never hurt me…’

This spooky little short shows us how pride really can come before a fall.
Greg and Bob take on a bet they think will clear their names, but they soon discover there is more to fear than being labeled a coward. Continue reading The Bet: A Spooky Little Short by K. A. Denver

Forest of Ancestors: The Guardians by K. A. Denver


Eli is not your average witch, he is a member of a group of elite male warriors fighting evil entities that torment the non-magical world.

However, when one of their leaders is murdered, questions are raised and an ancient foe of Dark Witches, who was previously thought to be long gone, reappears.

It will take all their abilities to defeat this enemy with the possible help of an unlikely ally. Continue reading Forest of Ancestors: The Guardians by K. A. Denver