I really like to give books away for free. It lets you – the reader – discover my work and decide if I’m worth your hard-earned book money!
Keep in mind, my books generally have foul language, sexual encounters (though not overly explicit!), and violence. If you prefer clean, sweet reads, I’m not for you.
Below, you’ll find every instance of my work FREE online. Happy reading!
Delve into the realm of magick, shadow, light, and air with seven phenomenal authors and their fae tales of danger, betrayal, and love.
Dive into The Witchwood with Kolin Gates
Flee the enemy with Brittany White in Finding Home
Find yourself Fae Touched with Heather Marie Adkins
Make a wish with Victoria Escobar in Tricky Wishes
Prepare for battle in Ethereal by K. Laslie
Become Exiled with J. Laslie
Discover Burning Love with Ava Wood
Jingle Spells is a feel-good holiday collection of witch-themed tales, from a witch hunt at the winter solstice, to a Christmas dinner in danger of being ruined by an imp. Here you will find a sparkly pair of shoes holding one woman’s destiny, and a magical, mystery-solving cup of latte. Meet a broken young woman unaware of the powers she possesses, and a teenage boy with the fate of the world on his shoulders.
Featuring short stories from veteran authors J. Laslie, Sidonia Rose, and Heather Marie Adkins, and introducing Sammi Cox, Brittany White, and K. Laslie. Sit back with a steaming mug, light up the fireplace, and enjoy these six tales of magic, mayhem, and love.
Solstice Flames by J. Laslie
A Midwinter Manifestation by Sammi Cox
The Witch’s Shoes by Sidonia Rose
Molly by Brittany White
Holiday Dreams by K. Laslie
The Witch’s Brew by Heather Marie Adkins
Before there was Christmas, there was Yule—the Winter Solstice. For modern-day witch Mena McGinty, it may still be the season of rebirth, or at least second chances.
Mena flees a dark past, leaving behind everything she knows for the cold north, only to find that as the longest night of the year approaches, a new life may be her gift of the season.
The Darkest Night is a ten-thousand word novelette, approximately forty pages. It is the prequel to the Hedgewitch Mysteries, and was originally featured in the Eclective’s Holiday Collection.
An ancient city, entombed beneath a museum that seeks to understand the brutal race that once inhabited the underground world.
A young woman with special empathic powers offered a job to create an exhibit of the city’s artifacts.
Underneath, they wait for her.
Underneath is a ten-thousand word novelette, approximately fifty pages.
A young woman inherits a southern mansion from her grandmother only to find the original owners want company.
May I Go Play? is an eleven-thousand word short story originally featured in The Eclective’s Haunted Collection.
It is a part of my ongoing Old Houses series – stories about haunted houses to quench my thirst for ghosts.
The Eclective: The Apocalypse Collection
It’s the end of the world as we know it, and the Eclective feels fine.
The Shifting Sands by Tara West: When a jealous goddess threatens to destroy all of humanity, a young woman and her family must overcome impossible odds to survive.
Light by Emma Jameson: In the zombie apocalypse, the hope for humanity’s survival is pinned on Daniel. Unfortunately, Daniel is an android. And humanity may be past all hope…
Alien Butt Plugs by PJ Jones: The aliens are coming! And Jeb’s first line of defense may be worse than the anal probe he fears.
Seeds by M. Edward McNally: For Meats and his fellow Guns, life was simple. Keep your respirator clear, your weapon ready, and an eye on your neighbors. Until one day Meats found some seeds, and everything got complicated.
Cleavers by Heather Marie Adkins: Creatures such as the Cleavers should never exist. But in Tora’s world, they’re real, and death is more likely than survival.
The Last Christmas by Alan Nayes: On the verge of the Apocalypse, a young couple wish to spend one last Christmas together.
Combustion by RG Porter: Kate wakes to find her world scorched and survivors in short supply. She needs to unravel the cause before time runs out.