The right name is important when working magic.
It is the night of the Spring Equinox, a time for beginnings, and Rommy Haward is in search of a new name. Remy isn't very happy about it, but he won't say no to his twin when goody-two-shoes Rommy asks him to help him to be naughty and work magic to find the name.
The Haward Mysteries is a set of Contemporary Fantasy, short stories and bargain priced novels full of magic and mystery with a side of CSI thrown in. Follow the Agatha Christie style whodunits of the novels, delve into the artfully rendered sorcerous science of the magical crimes and explore the enchanted world of the Haward Twins as they face supernatural trials in both their professional and private lives. Or enjoy a briefer, less investigative sortie into the twins lives in the short stories.
Rite Name was released at the Spring Equinox 2012 as a FREE gift for fans of the Haward Mysteries. Check out the other books using the series link.
In July 2012, Wittegen Press gave away a short story, or story part every day to their readers. Each story was only available for one day, but now the 6 horror stories from The Wittegen Press Giveaway Games have been gathered here into 1 volume.
Sleep Of The Damned by Natasha Duncan-Drake
How would you cope if you discovered your bed was haunted?
BFF by Sophie Duncan
New school, new best friend, but Karen discovers that Debbie has dark secrets.
Just One Day by Sophie Duncan
The house was a bargain and Georgie loves it, so she's not going to listen to the strange warning from the estate agent that for one day every year it is haunted.
The Crosses We Bear by Natasha Duncan-Drake
Shitty hotel, shitty team bonding weekend, but Lyle gets more than he bargained for when he removes the cross from above his bed.
Queen Of My World by Sophie Duncan
Alfred doesn't like people very much, but he knows how to use them to get what he wants and he wants Lissy.
Dead Not Dying by Natasha Duncan-Drake
Jo loves her cat, Tigger, but when he comes back from near death, Jo eventually realises that it might actually have been death itself.
In July 2012, Wittegen Press gave away a short story, or story part every day to their readers. Each story was only available for one day, but now the 5 paranormal romance and paranormal fantasy stories from The Wittegen Press Giveaway Games have been gathered here into 1 volume.
The Name Is The Game by Sophie Duncan
A new placement, a new start together for orphans Paul and Amanda. However, they soon discover all is not as it seems with the mysterious Miss Torris.
Cleave To Until Forever by Natasha Duncan-Drake
Paralysed by an explosion, Adam must heal more than his legs when he discovers his wereleopard ancestry.
The Vampire Who Loved Me by Natasha Duncan-Drake
Jack Boddington was your every day, jobbing spy until his last assignment goes horribly wrong. Then he wakes up twenty years later with a thirst for blood.
Girl In The Mirror by Sophie Duncan
Penelope Beverly must discover the secret of the ghost girl in her mirror when she takes a position as companion to Miss Verinace.
Timothy by Natasha Duncan-Drake
Darcy is a modern girl, but even she is shocked when her mother gives her the family heirloom as she is about to go off to university and it's a dildo named Timothy.
In July 2012, Wittegen Press gave away a short story, or story part every day to their readers. Each story was only available for one day, but now the 6 science fiction and fantasy stories from The Wittegen Press Giveaway Games have been gathered here into 1 volume.
Queen of Heaven by Natasha Duncan-Drake
Karla is a princess, Karla is getting married, but first she has to sort out a teensie weensie little problem to do with her betrothed's father being poisoned.
To Life Reborn by Natasha Duncan-Drake
Tren has been on the streets all his life, but when he is plucked from a prison cell to become a Dragon Soldier, he discovers a world he has never dreamed of.
The Gift by Sophie Duncan
Ythran doesn't want to be at Zephyr Keep, his father's home, but he will not defy the magic of the ages that called him there and the magic has more in store for him than he bargained for.
The Machine by Natasha Duncan-Drake
When he is kidnapped by one of his old rivals, a retired figure skater is confonted by the fact the other skater is far more than he seems, possessing mental powers that should not exist.
Song For A Soverign By Sophie Duncan
Beriel is a thief and a minstrel on the side. She sings well, but when her master, Gaven, takes her to a place seeped in magic, she must sing for far more than her supper.
All In The Mind by Sophie Duncan
Merlin, a university professor, had his research stolen by his tutor, Professor Lawson and governmental men In black, when he was a post graduate, so he has a healthy paranoia of the Government. However, there is nothing he can do when they come asking for his help but go along with them and hope they do not discover his secret, that he can interface his mind directly with machines and the human brain.
In July 2012, Wittegen Press gave away a short story, or story part every day to their readers. Each story was only available for one day, but now the 5 young adult stories from The Wittegen Press Giveaway Games have been gathered here into 1 volume.
Samling Born by Sophie Duncan
When his friend is bitten by one of his kind, Luka must reveal his werewolf heritage to his band mates in order to save Ben.
Lost Kitty by Natasha Duncan-Drake
It's not every day a guy in a loin cloth with cat ears and a tail steps out of your swimming pool.
The End Of The Journey (The Hidden War #1) by Sophie Duncan
Damon Wulfres and Zac Kithrall are sworn enemies on opposite sides of The Hidden War between demon raisers and those wishing to stop them, so Zac had no idea why he is in Damon's custody, nor why he instinctively trusts him.
The Beginning by Natasha Duncan-Drake
Discover how Lexie and Nate, witch and vampire hunter, met and halted the vampirism infecting them both.
A New Path (The Hidden War #2) by Sophie Duncan
Damon and Zac are now a team in The Hidden War, joined by magic and affection and wanted by both sides. However when Damon discovers he is a danger to Zac, he must make a choice, leave or risk the only person he cares about.
The body of a beautiful girl dressed in a ceremonial robe is found on a playground roundabout. Her throat has been ripped out and the roundabout has a bad case of perpetual motion. Is it a ritualistic, magical murder or a setup to distract from the real killer? That is the question that faces twins, Theo and Remy Haward, detectives in the Sorcerous Crimes Task Force (SeCT), when they are called to the scene in the middle of the night. That and who could commit such an act. They must find the answers to these and other questions, all the while ensuring the general public finds out nothing about the magical world that co-exists with their own. Armed with their experience, their natural magical abilities and their complimentary instincts, Remy and Theo must identify the victim, follow the evidence and find the killer before anyone else dies.
Forced out of the police by scandal and illness, Tris is trying to rebuild his life through the renovation of the home he hopes to share with Xander, his husband. A sprawling Gothic pile, Berwick House is in need of attention, but Tris soon realises the attention is not all one way. Faced with a presence in the house only he can sense, Tris must decide if his damaged brain is playing tricks on him, or if Berwick House really holds a dark and dangerous message from beyond the grave.
The Visitor by Natasha Duncan-Drake
Alice is spending the night in a dreary little seaside guest house, which is hell, and the last thing she expects is a late night visitor, the significant word being ‘late’.
Ruderbaker by Sophie Duncan
Ellie meets Jack and he tells her and her friends a story of the ghostly, horror kind and sometimes stories have consequences.
This book has content not suitable for children and non-explicit scenes of a sexual nature.
If Wishes Were ... by Natasha Duncan-Drake
Essie and her friend Beth are taking a trip to commiserate Beth's loss of yet another boyfriend. When they visit a spooky old graveyard and Essie makes a wish on a haunted mausoleum, things don't turn out how she expected at all.
Happy Families by Sophie Duncan
Bridget loves Happy Families, so when she finds an old pack in a junk shop she buys them. She lives to regret it, as strange and nasty things start to happen to her house-mates.