Fiction by Susan Bartholomew

Welcome to faceinterface. On this site you can read short stories and online novels by Susan Bartholomew. Susan welcomes any comments or criticism from readers. Please email Susan with anything you would like to say.

See Susan's news and events page for details of readings, signings and conventions.

New

Did you know Susan Bartholomew also writes interactive fiction? Read her interactive stories and play her text games on itch.io. Dracontias Keep and Wendelflame are set in the world of the Swords of Elyx trilogy.

Books

Susan Bartholomew has written a fantasy trilogy, Swords of Elyx, set in a medieval England where magic is real. Warrior Laura and mage Ciaran confront powerful magicians and fearsome demons. The books are The Lake of Destiny, The World Below and Taliesin's Heir. They are published by Algana Publishing and are available from Amazon.

Online Novels

Codename Chameleon

Codename Chameleon

The cops think he's a terrorist, the terrorists think he's a cop.

Meat Machines

Meat Machines

Nanomachines - a game or a deadly secret? Scientists and spies collide in this sequel to Codename Chameleon.

Vine Manor

Vine Manor

The return of the missing heir brings danger to an old manor house.

The Emerald Cross

The Emerald Cross

The Irish Crown Jewels vanished from a locked safe in a strongly guarded castle. A hundred years later, can they be found?

Short Stories

A Conversation about Vampires

A Conversation About Vampires

The first faceinterface story.

Crocodile Teeth

Crocodile Teeth

A visit to a haunted doctor's surgery leads to disaster.

The Sharpest Knife

The Sharpest Knife

Angie keeps cutting herself. Could it be that she's just accident prone?

Rain

Rain

Snakes and Ladders - just the thing for a rainy day.

January

January

Was it him? Or was it his twin?

November

November

A man returns to a magical place he knew as a child. Does the silent wood hide a secret?

Brixton Gun

Brixton Gun

A murdered man is found on Clapham Common. Lisa, watching TV, finds the dead man's face is all too familiar.