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    The Lost Prince: Part IV – The Good Captain’s Men

    The Good Captain's Men is the fourth chapter in The Lost Prince Saga, which explores the age of the reign of King Tamburlaine III.

    Billy Winkler Always Wanted To Fly

    Billy Winkler has had a pretty rough weekend. His pet goldfish, Mr Orange has gone to a watery grave and his parents have been arguing non - stop. To make matters worse, his father is in the mood for some good old fashioned bonding time! Little Billy's wildest dream is about to become his worst nightmare...

    The Erebus Accounts: His Last Christmas – Chapter 1

    The Erebus Accounts: On Queen Victoria's summons, supernatural scholar, Henry Morscroft, accompanies his father to Her Majesty's residence on the Isle of Wight, where the two experts in the Occult must contend with the lingering Spirit of the late Prince Albert.

    The Lost Prince: Part III – The Sinking Woman & The Drifting Men

    The Sinking Woman & The Drifting Men is the third chapter in The Lost Prince Saga, which explores the age of the reign of King Tamburlaine III.

    The Desecration of Boris: The Tale Of A Drunken Dictator.

    The Supreme President General Boris Devotchky, He borne of a virgin unicorn on the peak of Mount Olympus and soon-to-be God-king of the world, had a foul hangover.

    The Lost Prince: Part II – The Seeds of Tyranny

    The Seeds of Tyranny is the second chapter in The Lost Prince Saga, which explores the age of the reign of King Tamburlaine III.

    A Poem By Brett Mottram: Fresh Fruit Without The Fishmonger

    Fresh Fruit Without The Fishmonger is an absurdist poem written by Brett Mottram & illustrated by Sanni Pyhänniska.

    The Lost Prince: Part I – The New King of Ashenmore

    The New Kingdom of Ashenmore is the first chapter in The Lost Prince Saga, which explores the age of the reign of King Tamburlaine III.

    A Reflection of Horror

    Bella had lived a distinguished life. She had always tried to do the right thing, attending demonstrations, writing provocative articles for high-profile media outlets, and putting all her spare energy into setting the world right on social media. However, nearly fifty-years after her death she would see all her efforts crumble before her.

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