2017 – Read the best of ADVENTURE Novel Stories from around the world:

Browse through these best of stories in the ADVENTURE genre and see where you can read the best of new novels from around the world. 

ARCHAEA, by Dain White

ALEX THE INVENTOR, by G.F. Bryn

THE LOBBY, by Randi M. Sherman

SECRETS AND LIES IN EL SALVADOR, by Sherrie Miranda

CHRISTMASVILLE, by Michael Dutton

INTO AUTUMN, by Larry Landgraf

THE TIMETRIPPERS, by Hamish Robertson

I’M KITA DURAN, by Veronica Purcell

UNCLE MJ, by Magdalena Stancheva

OFF THE BEATING PATH, by Danny Fisher

PURPLE MIKE, by Sin Mils

HEALER OF CARTHLAGE, by Lynne Gentry

GARRETT AND THE FEATHER SERPENT QUETZALCOATL, by Carl Gundestrup

PUHA, by J. Bradley Van Tighem

THE SECOND COMING, by Grant Leishman

ENCOUNTER IN NINEVEH, by Mahmoud Nafousi

THE TEMPLAR SUCCESSION, by K.R. Eckert

OPERATION STARLIGHT, by David Owen Powell

DIGBY’S DIARY, by E.D. Bird

THE CITY OF THE GUARDIANS, by JerrLyn Harrington

DEAD ENERGY, by James M Corkill

HELL TO PLAY, by Jenny Thomson
THE IRON ADMIRAL, by Greata van der Rol

BREATH OF THE TITANS, by Riley Amos Westbrook & Sara Lynn Westbrook

BEYOND CLOUD NINE, by Greg Spry

ELDORADO, by Jay Allan Storey

THE FURLITES OF ARORIEL ON MATISSIA WINGS, by Marie JS Phillips

THE LAST JUMP, by John E Nevola

RAYONNEMENT, by Romuald Reber

A CURRENT DECEPTION, by Arleen Allment

DISTRESS SIGNAL, by Jack Comeau

SHIELD OF THE PALIDINE, by Barbara T. Cerny

CORNELIUS, by Tanya R. Taylor

SPIN THE GLOBE, by Edward Oldenhauer

JACK SPADE: DREAM DETECTIVE, by Carl A. Chase
AMERICA TUWAQUACHI, by PJ Parker

DARK TIDINGS, by Ken Magee

BEYOND HERCULES, by Stephen Roffe

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2017 – Read the best of MYSTERY Novel Stories from around the world:

Browse through these best of stories in the MYSTERY genre and see where you can read the best of new novels from around the world. 

MURDER-GO-ROUND, by Phillip E. Hardy

THE BLOOD SPANGLED BANNER, by Barbara Schlichting

THE SHAPE OF US, by Yvonne Rediger

THE RISHIS BOOK OF SECRETS, by Robert Delgado

STARFALL, by John Hegenbeger

DOC’S CODICIL, by Gary F. Jones

GOLDEN, by Kathryn Robson

ONCE IN A PARK, by Fredric Maffei

THE DYING DANCE, by Ricardo O.M. Fleshman

FINAL HEARING, by Oscar Sanders

ANTI-GRAVITY, by Philip Craik

THE SEEDS: PROJECTS INTERVIEWS, by Mechelle Morrison

KILLER CONVERSATIONS, by Stephanie Parker McKean

EMMA THE NERD AT THE END OF THE WORLD, by Cathy Herbert

THE TWINS, by RG Miller

THE KA OF MATHIAS SCHINKEL, by HE Balinovsky

REALMS AND THE GIANTS SPEAR, by Maninder Singh and Vaspx

LOVE YOU TO DEATH, by Rita Ames

SHADOWWATER, by Wendy Shreve

PRESUMED DEAD, by Jearl Rugh

BLOOD IS THICKER THAN WATER, Aray Brown by 

ONCE UPON A TIME IN LA, by Caesar Nickson

THE HEART OF APPLEBUTTER, by Donna W. Hill

A WOMAN OF AVARICE, by Sam McCrea

CAUGHT STEELING, by Ronald Williams

PRODIGAL SON, by Kathleen Lopez

KILLERBYTE, by Cat Connor

WHO KILLED HONOR BRIGHT, by Patricia

FIREFALL, by JH Bogran

2017 – Read the best of DRAMA Novel Stories from around the world:

Browse through these best of stories in the DRAMA genre and see where you can read the best of new novels from around the world. 

LADY JOE, by Mark Saha

KILLING IS A SIN, by Christopher J. Harvie

THUNDERCLOUD, by Ronald Joseph Kule

ARA, by Haidar Hashim

IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER, by Allyson Olivia

WINDIGO, by E.C. Hunter

INTO THE AMERICAS, by Lance and James Morcan

FASHIONABLY LATE, by Jeffrey Radlauer

WHAT PASSES BETWEEN WOMEN, by Patty Fischer

STORY OF A GHOST, by Charles L. Mahoney

LUNA TREE: THE BABY PROJECT, by Maya Berger

THE MASKED INSURGENT, by Rishabh Choudhary

WHAT EVERY GIRL NEEDS, by Zara Mbangtang

PLEASE HOLD, by Tricia Stewart Shiu

IF WORDS COULD KILL, by Brandy M. Miller

TALES OF A SEVIE, by Sara Rose Salih

RETREAT, by Sushil Rauthan

THE MAVERICK EFFECT, by George Verdolaga

OUTBACK PROMISE, by Maggie Bolitho

COME AND TAKE IT, by Landon Wallace

THE LION THE LEGEND AND THE COAL MINERS DAUGHTER, by Anne Mayhew

 

WWI History Novel: THE HOMELAND, by John Edward Flynt

Title: THE HOMELAND 

Written by: John Edward Flynt

Genre: Historical (Based on a True Story)

Type: Novel

Logline: Following murderous pogroms in Warsaw at the end of World War One, eight young Jews, ages 14 to 16, risk their lives to reach Palestine, nearly freezing to death crossing the Alps in an empty freight car, then stowing away in a rusty Italian freighter; refused entry into the Holy Land at Haifa, they jump ship later in Alexandria and finally reach Eretz Israel thanks to some British army officers who face immediate arrest while trying to keep the youngsters from being deported back to Poland.

Interested in this logline, please email us at info@wildsound.ca and we’ll forward your email to the writer.

Have a logline? Submit your logline to the monthly logline contest.

May 2017 Novel & Short Story Winners

1st CHAPTER and FULL NOVEL FESTIVAL: https://novelwritingfestival.com/

Watch the May 2017 Winning Novel & Short Story Performance Readings. All stories read and performed by professional actors:

ACTORNOVEL Transcript: LIGHT OF HOPE
May 2017 Reading
by S.T. Collins

ACTORNOVEL Transcript: ELLA: A STEPMUMS TALE
May 2017 Reading
by J.L. Higgs

ACTORNOVEL Transcript: DIGBY’S DIARY
May 2017 Reading
by E.D. Bird

ACTORNOVEL Transcript: OUTBREAK MUTINY
May 2017 Reading
by Jay Sandlin

ACTORNOVEL Transcript: NO ACCOUNTABILITY
May 2017 Reading
by Keith Lawton

ACTORNOVEL Transcript: BE SILENT
May 2017 Reading
by Danie Botha

ACTORNOVEL Transcript: THE SCENT OF MY SON: IN GOD WE TRUST
May 2017 Reading
by Adrienne Miranda

ACTORMAY 2017 Poetry Readings
Watch readings performed by Becky Shrimpton & Val Cole

 

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Director/Producer: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com

Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne

Editor: John Johnson

Prologue Reading: VERONICA’S PAPERS by ANTHONY COLIN WRIGHT

Performed by Val Cole.

February 2017 Winning Novel Reading.

Get to know the writer:

 What is your novel about?

A group of almost-strangers is brought together for a week-long cruise, as an experiment orchestrated by Gerald Clayton and his mistress Veronica. A trained hypnotherapist, Veronica hypnotises former friends and lovers of Gerald into not recognising him as they board a cruise ship with him and must try and find out the connection between them. Religious belief is also a theme of the book

What genres would you say this novel is in?

Literary Fiction, Mystery.

How would you describe this story in two words?

Intriguing writing.

What movie have you seen the most in your life?

Shakespeare in Love.

How long have you been working on this story?

Twenty years, but with other writing at the same time.

Do you have an all-time favorite novel?

Mikhail Bulgakov: The Master and Margarita

What motivated you to write this story?

My own experience of hypnosis.

If you could have dinner with one person (dead or alive), who would that be?

Meryl Streep.

Apart from writing, what else are you passionate about?

Languages (I speak a number), Theatre, Birds, Basic Astronomy and Understanding of the Universe, Belief (non-traditional) in God.

What influenced you to enter your novel to get performed?

A wish for it to be better known.

Any advice or tips you’d like to pass on to other writers?

Never give up.

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Director/Producer: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com

Casting: Sean Ballantyne

Editor: John Johnson

January 2017 Novel & Short Story Winners

1st CHAPTER and FULL NOVEL FESTIVAL: https://novelwritingfestival.com/

Watch the January 2017 Winning Novel & Short Story Performance Readings. All stories read and performed by professional actors:

ACTORSHORT Story – THE MISCREANT
January 2017 Reading
Written by Lionel Walfish

ACTORSHORT Story – THE PAPERBOY
January 2017 Reading
Written by George G. Moore

ACTORSHORT Story – MURDER IS A BREEZE
January 2017 Reading
Written by M Maureen Skahan

ACTORSHORT Story – MARIONETTE
January 2017 Reading
Written by Melissa R. Mendelson

ACTORSHORT Story – SHADOWS
January 2017 Reading
Written by Kelly J. Kratz

ACTORSHORT Story – A CHRISTMAS MIRACLE IN BUTZBACH
January 2017 Reading
Written by D.K. Christi

ACTORSHORT Story – TELL ME TO GO
January 2017 Reading
Written by Thomas Cannon

ACTORNOVEL Reading – DEADLY SERIOUS
January 2017 Reading
Written by A.J. Thibault

ACTORNOVEL Reading – THE FOOTSTOOL INCIDENT
January 2017 Reading
Written by Stephen Karnaghan

ACTORNOVEL Reading – DAWN OF CHRYSALIS
January 2017 Reading
Written by Sam B. Miller II

ACTOR2016 CONTEST Poetry Readings
Watch the finalists.

 

 

 

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Director/Producer: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com

Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne

Editor: John Johnson