|A Mika Moose Xmas by Thanos K & Asa B|
Welcome to our Christmas story about a moose named Mika and his unlikely sidekick Matti, an irritating magpie.
|A Mika Moose Xmas (Greek) by Thanos K & Asa B|
A 14-part festive talke about Mika Moose and his unlikely sidekick Matti Magpie - in Greek!
|The Trunk by Bohdan Yuri|
There were earlier signs. Like the time Taissa refused to talk to her science teacher for almost the full school year because, during a discussion about the big bang theory, he'd made the class laugh at her expense...
|Hemingway's Curse by Alexandra Pereira|
A fire deflagrated Friday morning destroying the museum of Ernest Hemingway and the Compleat Angler Hotel on the island of Bimini, in the Bahamas. Photographs and objects, which had belonged to the writer, were consumed in the flames that destroyed the wooden building that constituted the greatest tourist attraction of the small island and was, in the 1930s, one of the favourite refuges of the American novelist.
|The Famine by Bohdan Yuri|
A touching story about the journey of a Ukranian man, who goes to visit his brother only to discover the ravages of famine have gripped the countryside.
|MESECINA - moonlight by Trol|
A fairy tale in-progress about The Little Girl that stole a Star and about the Witches of Unhappiness that hunted her to the deepest of forests, the widest of oceans and in big, chaotic cities across this planet.
|Matti & Mika: Spring Meltdown by Thanos K & Asa B|
Matti Magpie and Mika moose are back for another exciting adventure. After saving Christmas, they are ready to take on a new challenge: the city.
|Matti & Mika: Spring Meltdown (Greek) by Thanos K & Asa B|
Matti Magpie and Mika moose are back for another exciting adventure. After saving Christmas, they are ready to take on a new challenge: the city. In Greek.
|The War on Terror by Thanos K & Asa B|
Every day we all fight a war against terror, but do not be mistaken into thinking that terror merely comes from terrorists. Oh no, you will find it in the most unlikely of places.
|Full Measure by Bohdan Yuri|
It was a spring day, hazing the brisk side of change. Josef Korn sat on a park bench waiting for his friend, Myron Melnyk. But Myron was late. It was so unlike him. Josef tried to distract his feelings by stretching his patience with measured motions, tossing peanuts to the grey squirrels.
|Walter's Heart by Bohdan Yuri|
Walter was buried in California, where he'd lived the last twenty-five years, but my destination, instead, was Bluefield, New York. It was what he'd remembered.
|Perception Point (a parody) by Alexander Mikhaylov|
A literary parody of one of the well-known books by Dan Brown.
|A Frosty Chill by Thanos K & Asa B|
Welcome to our new Christmas story about Harry and Henry, two snowmen who guard the gate into Santa's Toy Factory.
|A Frosty Chill (Greek) by Thanos K & Asa B|
Welcome to our new Christmas story about Harry and Henry, two snowmen who guard the gate into Santa's Toy Factory (In Greek).
|Atalanta's Quest by Matt Williamson|
“Why have you come?” The voice was so vast, so powerful, that it brought her down to her knees. The voice of a god, inside her head, no ears had heard that question. Afraid for the first time that she could remember, she opened her eyes slowly, looking up into the eyes of a god.
|Michigan Jones: Hit Man by Asa Butcher|
It's a bleak future. A future in which hit men and assassination have been legalised. Michigan Jones is a hit man, one of the best... if not the best. This is his story.
|Matti & Mika: The New Assistant (Eng) by Thanos K & Asa B|
Matti Magpie and Mika moose are back for another exciting adventure. Only this time their adventure is inside Santa's workshop and one more time their mission is to ...save Christmas!
|Matti & Mika: The New Assistant (Greek) by Thanos K & Asa B|
Matti Magpie and Mika moose are back for another exciting adventure. Only this time their adventure is inside Santa's workshop and one more time their mission is to ...save Christmas! And all this in ...Greek
|Children Stories for Grown-Ups by Rene Davila|
These are part of a collection of children stories for grown-ups that I have been working on for the last few months.
|10 Helsinginkatu by Thanos Kalamidas|
How far will it go? Will it last a week or will it last a year? Either way, enjoy "10 Helsinginkatu" while you can!All characters and events depicted are fictional, and any resemblance to persons living, dead, or fictional or situations past, present, or fictional is purely and completely coincidental.
|You Are History by Alexander Mikhaylov|
Perhaps, an introduction to my new book is not strictly necessary: those who feel like reading it will do so. Yet, I would like to say a few words first.Although the main story takes place in Ancient Rome, it is by no means a historical fiction. (Even though I made use of several historical figures - Caligula, his sisters, a few senators and … well, Caligula’s horse - the rest of personages, such as the three time travellers, for example – are products of my imagination).By choosing a historical setting for a fantastic novel, I wished to try out an idea of mine – a conception of ‘vulgar history,’ - which, in a plain language, means a story full of anachronisms. I have no idea if the ancient world would have felt drastically different from the one I am familiar with; all I wanted to achieve was to picture the past as a humorous antithesis to the huge bulk of already written historical fictions with the Imperial Rome as their main topic.I know (or rather suspect, for there is no historical proof way or the other) that pizza parlors, hostels, private investigators, coffee houses and rebellious street youth did not exist back then. I am also well aware that ‘lictors’ were not a police force, although it is possible that Caligula could have indulged himself in getting high on unnamed ‘substances’ (his famous dilated pupils, tendency to hallucinate and to behave erratically are the historical facts).Therefore, I limited my true historical references to only two books: Svetonius Tranquillus’ ‘Live of 12 Caesars’ and Petronius Arbitrus’ ‘Satiricon’ (I borrowed some details from the latter).Finally, I would like to present my apologies:To those, who might find some scenes and innuendos unduly racy – after all, I cannot be hold responsible for the morals and attitudes of the decaying Imperial Rome. To those, who will find my writing somewhat ‘unbaked’ – yes, I realize that my book needs thorough cleaning by a professional editor but… such an opportunity is still out of my reach.And to those, who might get confused by the author’s double name. Dale Radwin is my pen name (now I have blown it!). It is just I did not see much sense to put my book on Ovi under an alias’ name.I will greatly appreciate all responses, including even the harshest critique! And…thanks!
|Green Skulls! by Pamela Hunt|
In the valley of bones….In the depths of Hades….was a weird place called Golgatha! A pyramid of green skulls….could be seen, which glowed ominously day and night!
|Screenplay by The Ovi Team|
Here you can find an ever-growing selection of original screenplays written by members of the Ovi team. Feel free to submit your own screenplay - contact email@example.com to find our more details.
|Matti & Mika: Start school by Thanos K & Asa B|
Matti Magpie and Mika Moose are back for another exciting adventure. After saving their adventures in 'Spring meltdown', they discover that it time to start school...
|The wool blanket by Thanos K & Asa B|
Mika Moose and Matti the magpie in new adventures, Christmas adventures and very cold!
|Back to Helsinginkatu 10 by Thanos Kalamidas|
And the adventure continues with the blood ring remaining a mystery.
|Footsteps in the dark by Abigail George|
Excerpt from a book from Abigail George
|The missing tree by Thanos K & Asa B|
Another Christmas story with Mika Moose and Matti Magpie.
|The Single Chapter Stories 2 by The Ovi Team|
Miscellaneous stories from all your favourite Ovi authors!
|Formatting the Easter egg by Thanos Kalamidas|
A ...unique Easter story
|SSQQ by Mike Jennett|