In The Last Dragonslayer by Jasper Fforde, Dragons and the people of Hereford have lived by the Dragonpact for 400 years. When 15-year-old Jennifer Strange, the acting manager of a magical employment agency, hears that the seers are predicting that the last dragon will die at the hands of the Last Dragonslayer, she has no idea that she is indeed that Dragonslayer. She’s determined not to carry out the prophecy but something big is coming and no one, not even the Last Dragonslayer, may be able to stop it.
In The Warden Threat (Defying Fate Book 1) by D.L. Morrese, Prince Donald of Westgrove is a huge fan of adventure stories and believes that his life should be an adventure. While traveling with his world-wise companion, Kwester, Donald sees his shot at living an adventure story become a reality. Donald, Kwester and Muce (a notso — not-so-tall — that they picked up along the way) discover that there is a magical statue known as the Warden of Mystic Defiance and that the Gotroxians intend to bring it back to life to use against Westgrove in a coming war. Donald sees his chance to live his dream and save his kingdom.
In The Dirty Parts of the Bible by Sam Torode, it’s 1939 and Tobias is a sheltered 19-year-old from Remus, Michigan when his father, a fire and brimstone Baptist preacher, wraps his car around a tree drunk driver and is blinded. In the preacher’s younger days, he was very accomplished and successful musician, but after being kicked in the head by a cow, he found God and buried the money as he could not live with the idea that it had come from evil work. Now disgraced and on the verge of homelessness, Tobias’s father sends him on a mission to travel from Michigan to Texas to find the money he buried. Along the way, Tobias meets up with the reality of living in the 30s from which he’s long been sheltered.
In Some Like it Hawk by Donna Andrews, the former mayor of the small town in which Meg Landslow lives mortgaged all of the public buildings and absconded with the cash. Local records clerk, Phineas Throckmorton, barricaded himself in a basement and has been there for a year surreptitiously helped by a few faithful locals. When one of the “Evil Lender’s” employees is killed by a shot that seemed to have come from the barricade, no one can tell the “Evil Lender” that Phinny has an alibi without giving away the supply game that the lender had recently stepped up efforts to crack by bringing in a PI and a Hawk to kill the barricaded Clerk’s pigeons. Can the townsfolk prove Phinny’s innocence without losing the buildings?
In Bite Me by Mike Faricy, Devlin Haskell is a private investigator from St. Paul, Minnesota. After an ill-advised encounter with a woman he already knows to be a ten on the crazy meter, Dev finds himself arrested for kidnapping, rape… and the murder of the woman’s husband. As the bodies pile up and the crazy lady disappears, Dev realizes that getting out of this one will not be easy. Aided by his somewhat alcohol-impaired lawyer and countered by a determined police detective, Dev sets out to connect the dots that will prove his innocence.
The Funky Butts: An Unauthorized Autobiography by The Blade is the story of the rise and fall of a fictional band in the pre-grunge and early MTV era. The Blade tells the story of Marathon Man, Slinkmaster and M.C. Mike rising from the ashes of Denton, Texas to a National stage and then realizing that fame isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
In Alien Invasion of the Zombie Apocalypse by Ford Forkum, aliens who are bored decide to attack a planet and enslave a few hundred people just for the kicks, choose Earth. They arrive to find the planet in the midst of a Zombie Apocalypse and themselves no match for zombies. The lone survivor, Ursa Minor, teams up with students that he finds on the roof of a building and their vapid and affectionate vampire friends to find a way out of the ultimate invasion gone wrong.
In No Such Thing as a Secret by Shelly Fredman, Brandy Alexander is a Philadelphia girl living in L.A. and working as a human interest journalist. She returns to Philadelphia after four years away to participate in a friend’s wedding to find that her best friend is embroiled in intrigue relating to a murder at a popular S&M club. When a boat explodes and the friend goes missing and presumed dead, Brandy sets out to solve the mystery with a new friend, Nick Santiago. She hopes to avoid Bobby DiCarlo, the childhood boyfriend who broke her heart. Problem? He’s the lead investigator on the case.
[easyazon-link asin=”B005PK42BS” locale=”us”]Dumb White Husband vs. The Grocery Store (A Short Story)[/easyazon-link]
[easyazon-image align=”left” asin=”B005PK42BS” locale=”us” height=”160″ src=”http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51X3sOwlCQL._SL160_.jpg” width=”107″] John has his day planned—he’s going to watch sports. Plans change when his wife needs a couple of things from the grocery store. Not a big deal, he can be there and back and catch up with the live game in no time. Of course, not everything goes as planned and John may be his own worst enemy.
Publication Date: October 10, 2011
[easyazon-link asin=”B005UNHDEI” locale=”us”]Dumb White Husband vs. Halloween (A Short Story)[/easyazon-link]
[easyazon-image align=”left” asin=”B005UNHDEI” locale=”us” height=”160″ src=”http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51HKAkGyM%2BL._SL160_.jpg” width=”107″]Chris’s goal every year is to have the most terrifying yard on the block and to give the best candy. What happens when someone not only copies Chris’s idea, but is giving KING-SIZED CANDY BARS?
Publication Date: December 2, 2011
[easyazon-link asin=”B006HDODUW” locale=”us”]Dumb White Husband vs. Santa (A Short Story)[/easyazon-link]
[easyazon-image align=”left” asin=”B006HDODUW” locale=”us” height=”160″ src=”http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51daTIVbPXL._SL160_.jpg” width=”107″] Eric wants his family to have the best Christmas ever but a wrench is thrown into the works when his son meets Santa Chris outside? Can Eric keep the promises Santa Chris made?
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