Tag Archives: suspense


The Great Escape – 2013 Showreel

Posted by Rich - 10th May 2013


Gabriel Cushing vs the Zombie Vampires – Episode 8

Posted by Rich - 10th February 2013


Micro Fiction Vol 2 : Escape

Posted by Chrissey - 22nd October 2012

The following collection of micro fiction stories are the winners and runners up from our “Escape” micro fiction vs poetry contest (Sept-Oct 2012).  Competition entrants were asked to write 150 words with the theme of “escape”. For more details about … Continue reading


“Escape” Micro Fiction vs Poetry Contest Winners Announced

Posted by Chrissey - 22nd October 2012

Our “Escape” writing contest for micro fiction and poetry received a record 29 entries from 24 different writers. We’d like to extend a huge thank you to everyone who took part and helped make this the best and most exciting … Continue reading


Introducing Books from The Great Escape.

Posted by Chrissey - 17th October 2012

Since we launched in 2011, we’ve shared a lot of great fiction on this site and now we’re expanding our fiction division to include books and ebooks for sale. You can find all the information about the books we have … Continue reading


An Interview With The Ink Babes

Posted by Chrissey - 9th March 2012

The world of publishing is experiencing change. New electronic media, lowering print costs, and print on demand services are bringing a new sense of freedom to a market previously dominated by publishing companies. I had the pleasure of interviewing three … Continue reading


The Cardinal Ruins

Posted by Chrissey - 12th September 2011

“So they camp by these ruins of an old settlement. They go to check them out and bang a lot of stuff, move some logs, looking for anything good, I swear it was like they were expecting to find gold.” … Continue reading


Shifting Sands

Posted by Chrissey - 13th June 2011

(An ebook version of this story is available to download) Crisp, brittle dune grass scratched against my jeans as I hiked up the slope. Molly followed behind on her leash, head down, her soft, floppy ears drooping even more than … Continue reading


Page 1 of 2