Author: storgy

Daylight Savings Time, Part III By David Lohrey

P.K.’s assistant, the guy famous in the office for banging secretaries against the wall of the powder room in the office’s main corridor, a guy named Nate Binswanger, told me to get over it. What exactly “it” meant to him, I wouldn’t know, but it pertained to my sulky attitude, he said, following the death

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Perpetual Dread by Brian Bowyer

  Horror – an intense feeling of fear, shock, or disgust. Perpetual Dread is the perfect title for this books as with each turn of the page I was unsure what would face me. It is one of the darkest and most depraved books I’ve ever read – it is full on extreme horror –

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A Woman’s Guide To Breaking The Glass Ceiling By Nicola Ashbrook

Don’t shag your boss. It seems obvious but it isn’t when the only time he pays you attention is if you wear your fitted pencil skirt and stockings with seams snaking up the back of your calves. He certainly notices you then. But don’t fall for it – remember what happened at the last place

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Special Mentions of 2020 by Ross Jeffery

Through my platform here at STORGY and also now becoming a published author I have come into contact with a great many people, writers, professionals and many other people that I just wanted to say a huge thank you to and what better way than to do a special mentions of 2020… thank you to

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Best Novel of 2020 by Ross Jeffery

It’s been a brilliant year in the indie and small press (self published author) world and with this review I’m hoping to shed some light on this years best novels that I’ve had the pleasure in reading and reviewing and hopefully give you something to pick up in 2021! Reviewed by Ross Jeffery Unlike many other Arts

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Darkened Wings Flutter by Lou Yardley (A Well Read Beard Review)

Today we are very excited to be featuring the YouTube review by Well Read Beard of Darkened Wings Flutter by Lou Yardley. This is the start of some cross over work / cross promotion by Well Read Beard and STORGY Magazine – to help further promote Indie and Small press work. We’re thrilled to be

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Best Novella of 2020 by Ross Jeffery

So here we go, the best novella of 2020 is… watch the video to find out! Reviewed by Ross Jeffery Unlike many other Arts & Entertainment Magazines, STORGY is not Arts Council funded or subsidised by external grants or contributions. The content we provide takes a lot of time, money and hard work to produce, and relies on the

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Lightseekers by Femi Kayode

Here’s an interesting premise for a thriller: three students are brutally attacked and lynched by a mob in the Nigerian university town of Okriki. Everybody knows who did it – the whole thing was captured on social media – but nobody knows why. Dr Philip Taiwo, a psychologist and expert on the behaviour of crowds,

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Best Collection of 2020 by Ross Jeffery

So the best single authored collection of 2020 goes to… Reviewed by Ross Jeffery Unlike many other Arts & Entertainment Magazines, STORGY is not Arts Council funded or subsidised by external grants or contributions. The content we provide takes a lot of time, money and hard work to produce, and relies on the talented authors we publish and the

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Christmas is A Sad Season For Everyone By Sean Nishi

I always find Kendra by the corgi pen in the courtyard at lunch. We have two hundred square feet of mulch and rubber for the pups to run around down there. The corgis were donated by a local animal shelter after they went belly-up during citywide budget cuts. In December our phones went off the

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