Do You Want To Play a Game?

jack-o-lantern-1679164_640It’s been a while! How are you doing?

I’ve been working in the shadows lately to prepare new things. Since Halloween is near, I wanted to do something special other than the usual giveaway.

So I created this little interactive horror game for browser (I haven’t got to the mobile version yet):

Do You Want to Play a Game?

At the end you can win free ebooks, but even if you’re not interested in my writings, the point is having fun playing, so I hope you enjoy it.

I also created a Facebook event if you want to stay in touch and let me know what do you think of it.

And if you just want to read some of my things, there’s still a 20% discount on the Digital Store.

Have a spooky holiday!

Menhir: Opening to Fantasy

I’ve been quite absent on this blog lately. I was just thinking about the future and I’m currently writing on two different projects, so I need to set my priorities.

Some changes will happen to Wade Books in general, because, as always, change is the only constant.

Today I’m going to open the horizon and move away for a little from horror while bringing home this Fantasy novella that’s really dear to my heart. From now on, my “sister” Dominique Bisset will be a new crew member in our sailing on stranger tides.

I hope you enjoy this story too. But let’s see what’s all about!


Under The MenhirUnder the Menhir
by Dominique Bisset

(19,000 words)

“An ancient Breton legend says that when someone dies, the Menhir sinks a little bit. When it will be totally buried, the world will come to its end.”

Jean has run away from Italy, with an old postcard in his hand, depicting the Menhir du Champ-Dolent. Coming to Brittany to start anew, he will find himself in the middle of a fight that goes on since the beginning of times.
An Irish man with an eyepatch claiming to be his brother, a circle of druidesses guarding the ancient stone, and a mysterious woman who bears the weight of an unforgiving fate.
A fantasy story born in the cradle of the Megalithic Culture, passing through the Celtic tradition, until the present day France.

Available on Amazon.com

There is also an ItalianSpanish, and French version!

For more info wisit the official blog: armaenhir.wordpress.com