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STORGY BOOKS was established in 2018 to further publish and promote the exceptional literary talent we continue to discover in STORGY Magazine. As an independent publishing house which receives no public funding or government grants, we rely on the support of our readers to provide publishing opportunities for authors from across the world. Find out

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You Are Not Alone; An Anthology of Hope and Isolation

EBOOK & PAPERBACKAVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER! EBOOK PUBLISHED 1st JUNE 2020 PAPERBACK PUBLISHED 1ST JULY 2020 With great thanks to contributing authors, artists, and designers, STORGY Books is proud to present You Are Not Alone; An Anthology of Hope and Isolation. Working in close partnership with UK charities The Big Issue Foundation (registered charity number 1049077), Centrepoint

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This Ragged, Wastrel Thing by Tomas Marcantonio: Available now!

PAPERBACK & EBOOK AVAILABLE NOW! PUBLISHED 1st AUGUST 2020 “ “I really enjoyed This Ragged, Wastrel Thing – a dystopian noir set in gloomy, booze-drenched streets crawling with scoundrels. Tomas Marcantonio’s writing is slick and intoxicating.” – Adrian J Walker –Author of The End Of The World Running Club This Ragged, Wastrel Thing is alive with

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STORGY FLASH FICTION: VOLUME I AVAILABLE IN PAPERBACK!

Limited edition paperback format of The STORGY FLASH FICTION: VOLUME I Anthology available now! The FLASH FICTION: VOLUME I Anthology features the finalists of the 2019 STORGY FLASH FICTION Competition and includes 30 flash fiction stories by a selection of the most talented writers from across the world. STORGY FLASH FICTION: VOLUME I LIMITED EDITION PAPERBACK

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HOPEFUL MONSTERS: Paperback & Ebook available now!

HOPEFUL MONSTERS PAPERBACK & EBOOK AVAILABLE NOW! “Roger McKnight is a very slick writer with an incredibly quirky sensibility. Miss him at your own peril.” – Mark SaFranko – Author of Hating Olivia, Lounge Lizard, God Bless America, Dirty Work, and The Suicide “Roger McKnight is an extremely talented writer, and among his many gifts

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Seeing Things by Sonora Taylor

Seeing Things by Sonora Taylor is one hell of a creepy offering, one that is full of dread and menace but one which is also intrinsically beautiful in the macabre – this in part is due to the masterful storytelling one comes to expect from Taylor. Given her beautifully crafted vision that was Little Paranoias

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Such Freedom By Bishan Morgan

The building was scheduled for demolition. A former apartment block on the outskirts of Bristol, it was built in the sixties in two hinge-like columns joined at the corner. Below lay a large unused courtyard, empty save for dead leaves, a heap of white refuse sacks and a few shattered wooden pallet boards. Graffiti covered

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Night of the Mannequins by Stephen Graham Jones

Night of the Mannequins is a descent into madness at the hand of a masterful and unique storyteller. Straight off the bat I have to say that Night of the Mannequins is nothing like I expected it to be. The cover illustration, the B-Movie font, even the title of the book all allude to something

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One Last Drink by Sarah McPherson

It was a family tradition, to greet each new calamity with a party. It might seem strange, but it was actually rather joyous; the absurdity of cheering and clinking glasses when something had gone terribly, terribly wrong. My earliest memory was of celebrating some failure of my father’s with canapes and champagne. So when the

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Young Boys By Sean Arnett

Ramon bites his lip as he agonises over a perfunctory hand job. We’re sitting in a swan boat chained to the pier in The Cabecera Park. You’d think he was trying to hand start a motorboat the way he’s going at it. I’ve whispered instructions into his ear. I’ve closed my eyes and thought of

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Salt Blood by T.C. Parker

T.C. Parker delivers the creeping unease of past masters with a story that is as beguiling as it is terrifying – Salt Blood is a story that keeps on giving from the very first page! Salt Blood is an interesting concept for a book and one that seems far removed from the brooding cover (although

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Isolated By Claire Maxwell

“From this evening I must give the British people a very simple instruction – you must stay at home. Because the critical thing we must do is stop the disease spreading between households.” Marcy had one eye on Boris Johnson and one eye on the Instagram stories of a guy she’d met on Tinder and

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Unbecoming Me and Other Interruptions by Christopher Stanley

Christopher Stanley is an author who when he releases a book I go straight out and purchase it, such is the quality that he brings to the table with ever outing. There are only three other authors that I do that with; Stephen King, Chuck Palahniuk, Donald Ray Pollock, Kealan Patrick Burke, Gemma Amor and

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This Revolutionary Moment By Michael Washburn

Mike Hanneman followed his father down a corridor in St. Joseph’s Hospital. Leading them was a prim, middle-aged man in a white jacket, who moved briskly and said little. The overhead lights reflected off the well-polished floor and the silver plates of the numbers of the doors on either side. More doctors in white coats

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The Silence by Annette Edwards-Hill

When I heard Barney’s body hit the ice on a frosty morning it was like a gunshot. I held the phone away and shouted into the mouthpiece, then lay in bed holding my pillow over my head as the ambulance sirens drew closer. Barney, like me, had kept to himself. It was just the two

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