At last, the mysteries of humans’ strange habits and bizarre desires are revealed in this clever, timely guide for the modern cat. Discover answers to timeless feline questions such as: Why does my human refuse to groom herself with her tongue? For decades felines have been meowing for such a guidebook – don’t deny them any longer!
Twelve Tales of Adventure, Horror, and Magical Realism
A dozen tales of murder, magic, betrayal, loyalty, duty, sisters, daughters, mothers, dreams, future, and past. This anthology of short stories and a novelette will intrigue fans of horror, dark fantasy, magical realism, and science fiction.
Brydon’s quest for the Gauntlet of Ven-Kerrick continues as the mysterious Dark Master sends him on an unexpected journey through ruined cities and forgotten castles. On the way, he gathers new friends and new enemies, but will time run out before he can save his former companions?
Brydon’s quest was simple. Borrow the fabled Gauntlet of Ven-Kerrick, bring it home to prove his worth, marry the princess, and ascend the throne. He had planned for the dangerous terrain and Redolian assassins, but he did not count on slavers and werewolves. He did not expect the Gauntlet to be missing, nor to find …
In “Prop Z,” California has granted voting rights to zombies. See what happens next. Answers the age old question: whose brains taste better – Democrats or Republicans? In ”It’s all Fun and Games Until Someone Loses an Eye,” you heard that warning from Mom growing up. Do you think Mom ever envisioned you growing up to be an optometrist to multi-eyed aliens?
In “Wishing Well,” Tasa wants to have a baby. The village midwife’s plan to prevent Tasa from fulfilling that wish has horrifying consequences. Originally published in April, 2011, at Horrotica.com. In “Blood on the Scarecrow,” the village believes Daavea and her babies have cursed them all …
In “The Human Jean Gnome Project,” (previously published as “Middle Earth Memorial?” at Stitches.com): a strange hospital lab, a confused intern, a dwarf…and puns. In ”Yeah, but can it drive a car?” (previously published at From The Asylum.com), you’ll encounter an amphibious alien, a stressed-out DMV employee, and driving like Starsky and Hutch.
Epic fantasy and sorcerous intrigue
In an ancient desert city where the spirits of long dead rulers rustle through the winding streets, a prison guard is forced to save the life of a young priest whose lost memory holds the key to the fate of two cities. Become entangled in the web of political rivalries …