Publication Date: January 28, 2010
Publication Date: January 28, 2010
Publication Date: July 4, 2014
In The High King’s Embalmer by S. Copperstone, someone is trying to kill the royal family. Jibade, the royal family’s half man and half jackal embalmer is intent on trying to discover the culprit. When he finds himself hunted by the royal family themselves can he stay alive long enough to save the royals that remain?
We put together something for your entertainment and musings for the last days of 2014. We’d like to thank the authors Clive S. Johnson and D.L. Morrese for their contribution and we hope all readers will enjoy the reviews and poems that we selected.
Publication Date: March 31, 2012
Adrian Bolt was convicted by a German court of killing his wife at Verliege Castle, their new home. Adrian is sent back to West Virginia where he hasn’t spoken in the two years since she was found at his feet. Dr. James Pellitier is able to get a terrible story from him and heads to Germany with a paranormal investigator at hand. Will they prove that Adrian killed his wife or are darker forces at work?
Publication Date: May 16, 2014
In Ashbourne: The First Chronicle by Cas Blomberg, an epidemic is sweeping Sarond killing all in its wake. Joelle, a cleric, is on a journey of faith while Riatha, an Elvin Archmage, is looking to use the illness to her advantage. What better time to rise to the top when those who would fight are weak and dying?
Publication Date: July 7, 2014
An anthology of 11 fantasy and paranormal short stories by popular authors: “Hooves and the Hovel of Abdel Jameela” by Saladin Ahmed (author of Throne of the Crescent Moon), “The Children of the Shark God” by Peter S. Beagle (author of The Last Unicorn) , “Misery” & “Shadow Children” by Heather Brewer (author of Vladimir Tod), “Even Hand” by Jim Butcher (author of The Dresden Files), “Red Run” by Kami Garcia (author of Beautiful Creatures), “Pale Rider” & “The Adventures of Lightning Merriemouse-Jones” by Nancy Holder (author of Wicked), “Frost Child” and “South” by Gillian Philip (author of Rebel Angels) and “A Knot of Toads” by Jane Yolen (author of Owl Moon).
Continue reading Beyond the Pale by the Authors: Jim Butcher, Saladin Ahmed, Peter S. Beagle, Heather Brewer, Kami Garcia, Nancy Holder, Gillian Philip, Jane Yolen – Editor: Henry Herz – Cover Design: Abigail Larson
Publication Date: March 14, 2014
In The Vitandi by Denver Batiste, Emo Vampire, Kellen Donnelly, must find a descendant of Mary, the Mother of Christ, and impregnate her in order to preserve his people. His people lost track of the bloodline hundreds of years before and have been working with a blood bank to find a link. Nicole Ervin is a niece of Christ living in New York. Kellen finds Nicole easily enough but there are complications that could not have been predicted. Will he be able to fulfill his mission in time to save his people?
Publication Date: May 22, 2014
Olivia is a woman who was traumatized by a former lover. Phthonos enters her dreams and makes all her sexual fantasies come true, but when the reality comes knocking at her door fully aware of the shared dream history, what’s a girl to do? Phthonos, son of Aphrodite, has also been running from his own destructive past. Is Thon the god of envy or the demon of envy? With Thon’s jealousy ruin what might have been?
Publication Date: July 15, 2014
In How to Date Dead Guys by Ann Noser, Emma Roberts has seen ghosts all of her life and desperately tries not to see them. She is a sophomore in college when she meets Mike, the brother of her roommate’s boyfriend. When Mike and Emma go for a midnight swim and he dies, she turns to her the Book of Shadows, which belongs to her roommate’s sister, in an attempt to bring him back. Things go awry when she brings back the wrong dead person and as Emma delves into the book, her powers grow. Will she find Mike and correct a terrible wrong for which she feels responsible?
Publication Date: December 4, 2013
Seemingly disconnected deaths and abductions around the world are connected with a symbol branded on them or in their living environment. In The Beholder by Ivan Amberlake, Jason, an average New Yorker, has been having strange dreams of a beautiful woman warning him of a power lurking within him that is the only thing to stop coming evil. Will Jason embrace his power in time to stop the ultimate destruction?