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News / WebSite
« Last post by Shane Ward on December 17, 2016, 06:45:19 am »
Having issues with this website, but I think its time for a update so will get something sorted soon. Most links should still work and all my projects are still listed. So stay tuned.

News / Anthology Builder
« Last post by Shane Ward on August 07, 2015, 11:16:36 am »
Anthology Builder


More of my stories have been added to the Anthology Builder archive. If you did not already know, Anthology Builder is a website that allows you to create your own anthology with a list of story's that have. It gets printed and sent to you...

Click Here to view my listed stories on the Anthology Builder website.
Various Publishers / Re: Static Movement
« Last post by Shane Ward on June 13, 2015, 09:28:04 am »
Static Movement website has gone down, probably for good. Many of their titles can still be found on amazon and such. If I find any new sites relating to this I will update.

News / Terminus X Novel
« Last post by Shane Ward on March 16, 2015, 09:34:23 am »
Terminus X Novel


The Novel has been released! Download or grab your paperback copy NOW!
Click Here for more information.

General Discussion / AccentuateWriters
« Last post by Shane Ward on February 25, 2015, 06:40:41 am »

Another writers forum of markets.
Published Short Stories / Re: The Girl who Wanted to Fly
« Last post by Shane Ward on January 13, 2015, 09:19:40 am »
The Girl who Wanted to Fly in (Celestial Horizon)


Name: - The Girl who Wanted to Fly
Author: - Shane Ward
Anthology: - Celestial Horizon
Genre: - Sci-Fi/Adventure
Word Count: - 36 pages
Page Anthology Count: - : 178 pages
Direct Link: -


Below you will find the links necessary to order this publication.
Anthology Builder


Abstract of Navigator: -
 I always knew I was destined for a bright and promising future, but at the moment I was still young, living my way through life. But there was one thing that always drew my attention and it was the sky. It always beckoned me, promises of essence and freedom. I often wondered what it would be like to fly in the sky, unhindered by human limitations.

Then I stared towards the mountains and sighed at our first settlement nestled within its embrace. It was a warm place, sweet, small and homey. Not like my house back on Earth, but still a place I could call home.

I then focused my gaze on my long-term friend, Adam, who trotted behind me with a stick in his hand.

“Do you know the history behind this path, Sonya?” Adam asked.


“They said that many years ago, the first explorer landed his ship in this clearing and made the first walk along the path to the colony below. This path was later described as the ‘New World Walk.’ Years later the settlers paved the way with concrete so any would-be adventurer would not have to suffer the hardships the first explorer experienced.”

News / Celestial Horizon
« Last post by Shane Ward on January 13, 2015, 09:10:20 am »
The Girl who Wanted to Fly


Look what Google found me... I did not know one of my stories was selected.
I am pleased to say that The Girl who Wanted to Fly has been added to Celestial Horizon Anthology.

Click Here To Buy or Click Here for more info.

News / Terror Outside the 128th Floor
« Last post by Shane Ward on December 06, 2014, 07:59:55 am »
Terror Outside the 128th Floor


I am pleased to tell you all that my short story is now in the "Last Night Anthology" for order.

Click Here for more information.

Published Short Stories / Terror Outside the 128th Floor
« Last post by Shane Ward on December 06, 2014, 07:54:29 am »
Terror Outside the 128th Floor
Last Night Anthology


Name: - Terror Outside the 128th Floor
Anthology: - Last Night
Author: - Shane Ward
Genre: - Horrer
Word Count: - 2,654
Word Anthology Count: - Around 70,000
Direct Link: -


Below you will find the links necessary to order this book. If you like the work I have done you are welcome to leave a donation below, thank you.

Lulu Store, (PaperBack):
Buy through


Abstract of Story: -
On August 29, 2023, the No. 12 elevator descended, transporting its inhabitants to the lobby on the ground floor. There was nothing extraordinary about this lift as it travelled thousands of miles per day, transporting hundreds of people to their destinations.

Boasting state of the art technology and a cable-less structure, this particular lift broke down frequently and became the sour spot on a breathtaking building. As it was on the outside, it offered customers an awe-inspiring view of the city's skyline and maximised much needed office space.

It was twelve thirty in the multi billion-dollar building in New York City and lift number 12 was the only elevator operating at this time of night. Coasting down from the 200th floor, it had already picked up two passengers who hugged in their respective corners, waiting for the doors of freedom to open. The lift offered no soothing tunes and the left over smell of perfume and clammy office workers still resided in the soft fabric of the floors and ceiling.

The silent bubble finally burst when the bald headed man, named Matt, began, "Looks like the storm's picking up."

News / Retribution 2
« Last post by Shane Ward on November 03, 2014, 01:14:38 pm »
White Face Death Anthology (AKA Here be Clowns 2)


It has finally arrived. Everybody gather around for the greatest show on Earth. Want to take a trip in London? Then ride one of the finest clown drivers around. He will slash, he will dice and he will wear that funny clown costume and give you a ride you will never forget.

Download Retribution 2 for a blast. Click Here

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