What is Adventure Worlds?

Adventure Worlds Press releases fringe titles including Horror, Science Fiction, Short Story Collections, Anthologies, Graphic Novels, and more. Our vision is to create not only quality books and enjoyable reads, but to make them cool products as well. Founded in 2016, we are based in LaSalle, Ontario, Canada.

For information on submitting a manuscript, please refer our Submissions section.

For a list of our titles, refer to the Books section.

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The blog section of Adventure Worlds is still open. See the Submissions section for information on submitting a short story to the blog.

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6 thoughts on “What is Adventure Worlds?

  1. This is an interesting site. I like what you’re doing here. Keep up the good work.

    I’m not sure where else to post this suggestion, so I’ll say it here: The completed stories page is a good idea but now that there are so many stories, it would be nice to have at least part of that page simply be a link list of the stories, instead of (or in addition to) the full texts. It would be easier to return to the site multiple times and read individual stories, rather than scrolling through all of them at once, with only the titles to mark the transitions.

    I realize this is a bit of extra work, since the beauty of your current set up is that all you have to do is mark a story with the “completed-stories” category and it’s in there automatically. If you do decide to add some sort of list functionality, it would also allow you the opportunity to write one-sentence synopses and/or list genre & other information for the sake of users.

    Just a suggestion. However, another suggestion might be to provide an official way to contact one or all of you, without commenting publicly either here or on one of the posts. Maybe this was just a one-time problem of mine, though.

    • Thanks man. We appreciate the nice comment and your suggestions are very insightful. Criticism is as important as compliments. We wanted the completed story section to make it easy for people to go and read the older stories, so we will definitely look into making it even easier. As far as the contact, we thought that the facebook page would be a good place for that, but we will have to find a way to make that more clear.
      Thanks again, and keep reading!

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