A World of Deviant Behaviors #1: Lee Barsten

A World of Deviant Behaviors: Lee Barsten by Adan RamieOrphaned, abused, and addicted, Malena “Lee” Barsten has had a hard life.

From her earliest memories until just before her appearance in the novel Maladaptation, this is her progression from bad to worse in five short stories.


A World of Deviant Behaviors #2: Harry Thresher

A World of Deviant Behaviors: Harry Thresher by Adan RamieDetective Harry Thresher is the protector of the downtrodden and the champion of the abused.

She will put her life on the line for yours without the blink of an eye.

But there’s more to her than meets the eye, and in these six stories, you’ll find out what makes her tick – and twitch. (Anthology)

Take-Out (Deviant Behaviors #1.5)

Take-Out by Adan RamieSome say she’s a rollercoaster ride, and you never know if you’re going to get hot or cold.

Detective Harry Thresher is more than a little rough around the edges. The first time she meets CSS “Busy” Biznicki, she thinks the younger analyst is sweet, and smooth talks her into more than a little crush. The second, however, she’s angry over a case, and lashes out.

Over the course of a few months, Busy has run the gamut of emotions, and has officially had it with Harry’s fickle affections. She’s put a stopper in the blossoming feelings between the two – or so she thinks.

A decision made strictly out of relief and whimsy will leave her wondering what could bloom between them in this short story which covers the ground between Maladaptation and Cluster B(Short Story)


Crumbling (Dark Fantasy Romance)

cover of Christmas LGBT horror tale, Crumbling by Adan RamieWhat comes out of her oven this time might not be all sugar and spice.

Sandy lives to bake. Passed down through the generations, Candyhouse is the only thing the awkward baker has to connect her to the strange, confusing world around her.

So when a miscommunication with a lesbian couple threatens her livelihood, Sandy loses herself in a childhood friendship and a secret world of her own creation where the shellac of sugar hides something much more sinister than she could ever imagine.

From the Ash (Dystopian)

cover of From the Ash by Adan RamieAfter her leader is murdered, a young neophyte named Angela-Maria must take up the reins and lead her indigent troop of wanderers to a stronghold for the fight against a a fierce, unknown enemy.



Lines Blur (Romance)

cover of short sweet lesfic romance Lines Blur by Adan RamieTragedy brings old friends back together and heals the wounds that time could not.

Bonnie and Mandy used to be best friends. That is, before everything changed. Before Bonnie moved away, and stopped taking Mandy’s calls. Before the kiss.

Now, fifteen years later, Bonnie’s finally coming back home to face the best friend she thought she lost, and address the feelings she has tried to hide from for years.

Unfamiliar Territory (Speculative Romance)

cover of short lesfic story Unfamiliar Territory by Adan RamieReporter Sheridan Weeks is ready to move on to front page features, but her editor has other plans.

Assigned to investigate what she considers a nothing story about the strange behavior of deer in the area, she resists – until she meets the woman who will change her perspective.


My Stories in Anthologies

Beyond the Nightlight (Horror)

Fears fade as years pass. They are never as salient or real as they were when you were a child. Unless they are. Though these terrors stem from children, the stories are not for them. From the dark to boogeymen to real life horrors, there is no innocence here. Featuring stories from Adrian Ludens, Alex Schvartsman, Adan Ramie, James Michael Shoberg, Jill Corddry, Robin Kirk, Kurt Newton, Stanley Webb, Shannon Iwanski, Kristin J Cooper, Eric Blair, Amanda Davis, Michael Schutz-Ryan, Lonnie Bricker, Stephanie Madan, Jack Burgos, John Biggs, Kerry B. Black, M.J. Pack, Shenoa Carroll-Bradd, Ian Shoebridge, Mary Pletsch, Lisa Finch, and Douglas Ford covering everything from the monsters under the bed, to the skeletons in the closet, and all of the little fears and insecurities that drive people to become monsters.

Bite-Sized Stories (Horror)

33 Flash Fiction Stories for Life’s Stolen Moments

From a creepypasta horror farm to a bullish love tale and from the bloody metal deck of the ESSArclight to superhero octopus food trucks, you can transform your shortest stolen moments into utter delights with this diverse collection of 33 flash fiction stories.

Commuting to work? Grabbing a quick coffee? Each story tells a complete tale in but a few short minutes with the added promise of a lifelong introduction to new indie writers.

You never know, you might just find your next favorite author.

Faed (Horror)

The good neighbors, the folk under the hill, the fae. Spirits, ghosts, and outsiders, often thought to be gods. They step into the real world to play, not caring or knowing how humans live. And like children playing with dolls, they have the power to completely change the story. Featuring stories from Theric Jepson, Jack Campbell, Jr., Matthew M. Bartlett, Nicole Tanquary, Franklin Charles Murdock, Aubrey Campbell, Thomas Mead, Adan Ramie, Adrean Messmer, Betsy Phillips, Amanda C. Davis, Sophia Rose, Alexis A. Hunter, Shannon Iwanski, Kristin J. Cooper, Alex Shvartsman, James Michael Shoberg, Guy J. Jackson, Sandra M. Odell, Deborah Walker, Lynda Clark, Robin Wyatt Dunn, Stephen S. Power, Erin K. Wagner, Tracy Fahey, Samantha Kymmell, Diandra Linneman, Preston Dennett, and Senoa Carroll-Bradd, Faed will take you back to the fairy tales of your youth and into realms where no child would dare to tread.

Strange Portals (SFF/Horror)

Just in time for a much needed holiday break, twenty-two stories about fairies, vampires, werewolves, zombies, and everything in between. Visit a witch’s body swap victims (Samantha’s Day), find what happens when a girl is buried alive (Buried Alive), learn the origin story of Harper (from Night Touched Chronicles) and Verchiel (from the Amaranthine series), and much, much more. So kick up your feet, relax, and indulge in a short story by a new favorite author.