New: Dark Short Story Collection

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A lovelorn witch and her scheming cat, a carpenter who manifests revenge through alchemy, a star spanning genocidal AI and a sculptor of such skill that his creations come to life.

From witchcraft in 17th century England to the loneliest outreaches of the galaxy, from the scourge of The Edict to the slaughter of the black death.

With Elashom The Great Refuses and Other Stories, Erick Drake brings you six new tales of sci-fi and magical fantasy ranging from the dark to the darkly comic.

“A lush, clever read of the supernatural and strange featuring six enchanting science fiction and fantasy tales set everywhere from seventeenth-century England to the futuristic darkest reaches of space: the soul of a witch’s boyfriend trapped in a dreamcatcher, a seance with a devilish twist in play format, a declinatory sculptor inspired by William Blake. Every piece is captivating, and a joy to follow Drake’s distinct voice on the page.” – SPR


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I thought the book was superbly written, with brilliantly drawn settings and characters. The author weaved a well-crafted and hilarious space adventure that will captivate the reader from the opening chapter.

Thoroughly enjoyed it and highly recommend it. A well deserved five stars from me and looking forward to reading more from this talented writer.

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