Pages Review | “The House Plant” A Short Story by Jeremy Ray

"It would be the plant that lived." George, a fern, doesnโ€™t appreciate being bought by Brenda at Garden Palace. And he certainly doesnโ€™t appreciate being trapped in her house of humans. He yearns to be with the plants outside in the garden. With time, George learns to trust Brenda and think of her as his … Continue reading Pages Review | “The House Plant” A Short Story by Jeremy Ray

Book Giveaway PH | “Vacant Steppes” by Steven Sy

"Feet on the ground, eyes to the sky. Gaeon ride with us all." As a second invasion by the Empire threatens the nomads of the Great Steppe, a new generation of leaders must mend the broken alliances of their fathers or face certain destruction. Vacant Steppes is a Mongolia-inspired epic fantasy novel about inheritance, family, … Continue reading Book Giveaway PH | “Vacant Steppes” by Steven Sy

Pages Feature | “Off My Feet” by Rachel Tremblay

"All we are is intelligent dirt." Lone wolf coffee-slinger and accidental oneironaut Edie Stacks has her life turned upside down by reality-altering lucid dreams, and space invaders! Off My Feet is a Neverwhere-meets-Inception psychedelic chronicle of female experience where trust is learned the hard way, the hard knocks of life are explored, and love and … Continue reading Pages Feature | “Off My Feet” by Rachel Tremblay

Pages Review: “Pyotra and the Wolf” by Elna Holst

"All creatures were alike, all were either eater or eaten, under the wide expanse of the all-consuming night." For the space of a breath or two, that wolf had entranced her, mesmerised her, made her believeโ€”the impossible. And that was all it took. Nothing about this wolf was as it should be. Pyotra Nikolayevna Kulakova … Continue reading Pages Review: “Pyotra and the Wolf” by Elna Holst