Wolf-men, and Beasts, Monsters in the Night – a True Tale of Halloween Pursuit
“Spooky,” Keith said. He was looking at the night too. “You shouldn’t have stayed so late.” “Hump. Ain’t nothing out here.” I glanced around the yard, saw no sign of the dog, then cupped …Continue reading →
Real Bats Flying All Around Our Head, Free to Read, Star Trek, Television
They say real bats are blind. I don’t believe it. I stood in there with the little sucker; it hanging on tiny clawed fingers from the curtain, and me pretending to be a man. If the bugger wasn& …Continue reading →
As The World Burns - A Sci-Fi Short Story by Rm Harrington
As The World Burns, a sci-fi look at the effects of greed and bitterness even in the mists of complete and total world destruction. Will Toby help the world or just himself. How important are the …Continue reading →
Teleportation Devices, Unexpected Consequences - FREE Read Short Story
In this FREE to read Rm Harrington short story involving the unique aspects of teleportation devices, we meet Marianne, a disgruntled old lady, her husband and the unexpected consequences tha …Continue reading →
MUTT, Monsters Under The Bed, Dealing with Bed-Wetting, Thumb-Sucking, and Other Trauma
Due to the alarming increase in bed-wetting, thumb-sucking, and other trauma related childhood incidents; sleepless and exasperated moms are determined to make an end to the ancient but …Continue reading →
Adrian Tchaikovsky was born in Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire before heading off to Reading to study psychology and zoology. For reasons unclear even to himself he subsequently ended up in law and has worked as a legal executive in both Reading and Leeds, where he now lives. Married, he is a keen live role-player and occasional amateur actor, has trained in stage-fighting, and keeps no exotic or dangerous pets of any kind, possibly excepting his son.Follow on Amazon at Adrian Tchaikovsky
Praise for Adrian Tchaikovsky and the "Shadows of the Apt" series:
‘Tchaikovsky clearly has a great deal of talent, and a real handle on the fantasy genre, with the ability to splice in different influences almost seamlessly’ SciFiNow‘Reminiscent of much that’s gone before from the likes of Gemmel, Erikson, Sanderson and Cook but with its own unique and clever touch, this is another terrific outing from Mr Tchaikovsky’ Sci-Fi-London
Ahmad Ardalan was born in Baghdad in 1979. At the age of two, he moved with his parents to Vienna, Austria, where he spent most of his childhood and underwent his primary studies. After his father's diplomatic mission finished at the end of 1989, he returned to Iraq, where he continued his studies and graduated from the University of Dentistry. As a result of the unstable political, military, social, and economic conditions in his home country, Ahmad decided to leave Iraq and move to the UAE. After facing difficulties to pursue his career in dentistry, he opted to pursue employment in the business world. Since then, Ahmad Ardalan has held several senior roles within the pharmaceutical and FMCG industries, throughout much of the Middle East. His early childhood in a mixed cultural environment, as well as his world travels, increased his passion for learning about cultures of the world and inspired him to pen The Clout of Gen, his first novel. After eleven years of being away, Ahmad returned to Baghdad in January 2013 on a visit that was full of mixed emotions. Inspired by his trip to Iraq, he wrote his second novel, The Gardener of Baghdad.
Ahmad Ardalan did not stop there, as "Matt" his latest Short Story Thriller Series became available beginning 2015. The Gardener of Baghdad, opened readers' eyes to a different picture of the city they had heard of. With hope and love as his message, Ardalan released Baghdad: The Final Gathering. For a sneak preview at new novels, promotions and more, sign up for my mail list: mad.ly/signups/130001/join
Andreas Christensen is a Norwegian science fiction and fantasy writer. His most recent work is Legion Rising, the second book in the brand new Legionnaire Series.
His popular series the Exodus Trilogy received rave reviews in both the U.S. and the U.K. and has been compared to classics such as Heinlein and Asimov. The Rift Saga is set approximately two centuries after the events of Exodus, and a reviewer described it as "Hunger Games on steroids". In a good way... He is currently working on new projects, including a "second generation" story set in the Aurora universe, and the Legionnaire Series, a military science fiction series set in the near future.
Andreas Christensen has a degree
in Psychology from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, and his professional background is mainly from public service. He has a weakness for cats, coffee and up until recently, books so heavy he'd need a separate suitcase in order to carry them every time he traveled. Luckily, the world has changed, and the suitcase has now been replaced by an e-reader.
You can find Andreas Christensen here:
Website and blog: christensenwriting.com
Brian Lumley, author, born 12/2/1937. Known for Necroscope series as well as various other outstanding horror/scifi titles. Served in the Germany based Corps of Royal Military Police. At an early age, Brian Lumley published in a number of Arkham House anthologies. Projects included the likes of: Beneath the Moors, The Caller of The Black and The Horror at Oakdeene. By nature of his love for the works of Lovecraft, Lumley set many of his early works to the echo of the Lovecraft archaic style of adjectival writing. But the Brian Lumley breakthrough came with the 1984 crafting of Necroscope®, a graphic horror featuring Harry Keogh as the man who speaks with the dead. Afterward came: Demogorgon, Dreamlands, and then a return to the man with dead speak, Harry Keogh. But there was yet another gap between Necroscope II and Necroscope III. But that's allright, for in the mean, we reaped: Wamphyri! Bestsellers in the USA, Lumley's books quickly accumulated one million sales with a lead toward two million. The success of previous Keogh-based works brough about the massive Lumley Vampire World Trilogy. It's a horror collection totaling over 3/4 million words. Thirteen countries and counting have now published, or are in the process of publishing these and other Lumley's novels and short story collections. In the US alone, Brian Lumley books have topped sales of over three million copies. When they're not travelling, the Lumleys keep house in Torquay, Devon, England...
Chris Guthrie defines the online money machine as literally hundreds of ways to earn extra cash. His focus is on helping people drop the day job. But he also looks at matters of making extra cash. Most of his Kindle Unlimited books focus on strategies and techniques that have succeeded for him. Chris Guthrie self published his Kindle book way back in the early days of October 2012. That primary book title... "How to Make Money as an Amazon Associate." He tags it as a book designed to explain how to earn money from the Amazon affiliate program. However, it does not quiet hit that mark. The real focus is on how to craft a website that works as an Amazon Associate core center. So if you are new to the process, this is a great read. His more in-depth reads include the likes of "How To Get More Amazon Product Reviews" Here he tells us hot to get more reviews by emailing our Amazon customers with an ask for a product review. Do it manually one by one or automate the process. Either works for you.
Christopher Schmitt is the founder of Heatvision.com, Inc., an Austin-based new media publishing and design firm. An award-winning web designer who has been working in the medium for twenty years, Christopher interned for both David Siegel and Lynda Weinman as an undergraduate at Florida State University. He has a Masters in Communication for Interactive and New Communication Technologies, and is the author of six books, Including CSS Cookbook, which was named Best Web Design Book of 2006.
Graham Sclater, author Cowboys and Angels, and more.... background...
Graham Sclater: studied at the Phoenix Arts Centre in Exeter, where he concentrated on creative writing for the screen and television. His key interests are teleplays, and screenplays as well as developing and writing original drama series' for television. Those recently completed include the television series "Pebble on the beach" set on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus and "Yesterday man" a psychological thriller.
Jeanette Vaughan is well established as a writer and story teller. Not only is she published in the periodicals and professional journals of nursing, but also in the genre of fiction. Out on her sheep farm, she has written several novels and scripts. She is the mother of four children, including two Navy pilots. She lives in a Victorian farmhouse out in the pastures of northeast Texas with her sheep, chickens, donkeys and sheep dogs.
Joel Shepherd -- Author of Sci-Fiction and Fantasy Novels
Joel Shepherd, writer with over 14 Science Fiction and Fantasy novels beneath his name. including the Spiral War series, The Cassandra Kresnov Series' and 'A Trial of Blood and Steel'. Living in Australia, Joel Shepherd holds a degree in International Relations. He also takes great pleasure in cyclist activities and traveling. His books have been published in the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Poland and now Germany, where the Cassandra Kresnov series has been published by Fischer Tor as 'Die Androidin'.
John Steakley, born 1951 in Cleburne, Texas. Two major sci-fi novels: Armor (1984) and Vampire$ (1991. Vampire$ serves as the root for John Carpenter's Vampires movie. Although making an occasional trip to Hollywood and to South America, John Steakley lived most of his life in Texas.
Best selling writer of multiple science fiction stories, including the Invasion series, The Beam, Fat Vampire, Axis of Aaron, Unicorn Western, and others. His style incorporates science fiction into the genre of political science fiction, western-based fantasy and more.
Owner / Writer Johnny B. Truant
As co-owner of the Sterling & Stone Story Studio, Mr. Truant works together with partners Sean Platt and David W. Wright. Expect to see them hosting a weekly Podcast on Self-Publishing and more. Want to learn more. Pick up a copy of:
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Bestselling author Leslie Wolfe is passionate about writing fiction, despite spending a significant number of years climbing the corporate ladder. Leaving the coveted world of boardrooms for the blissful peace of the Florida-based "Wolves’ den," Leslie answers one true calling: writing. Leslie’s novels break the mold of traditional thrillers. Fascinated by technology and psychology, Leslie brings extensive background and research in these fields, that empower and add texture to a signature, multi-dimensional, engaging writing style. Leslie released the first novel, Executive, in October 2011. It was very well received, including inquiries from Hollywood. Since then, Leslie published numerous novels and enjoyed growing success and recognition in the marketplace. Among Leslie’s most notable works, The Watson Girl (2017) was recognized for offering a unique insight into the mind of a serial killer and a rarely seen first person account of his actions, in a dramatic and intense procedural thriller. Leslie Wolfe enjoys engaging with readers every day and would love to hear from you. Become an insider: gain early access to previews of Leslie’s new novels.
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Mark Mittelberg is an author, speaker, and evangelism strategist. He is coauthor with Bill Hybels of Becoming a Contagious Christian and coauthor with Bill Hybels and Lee Strobel of the Becoming a Contagious Christian curriculum. He previously served as evangelism leader for the Willow Creek Association.
Mary DeMuth is the author of 17 traditionally published books, and she intimately knows and understands the publishing industry. She often speaks at major writing conferences around the United States, and she mentors writers toward publication at The Writing Spa. She lives with her husband and three teens in Texas.
When I began writing about a distant future--in the 42nd century--a woman named Tanis showed up. Her strength and drive took over my stories and I couldn't help but write about her. Tanis lives in a future where there is no faster than light travel and no teleporters. However, humans have created structures as large as moons, and have shifted planets. They share their minds with AI and talk to one another almost telepathically.
N. J. Lindquist is the creator and publisher of the best-selling Hot Apple Cider books, and the author of the award-winning The Circle of Friends YA series and the standalone novel, In Time of Trouble. In past lives, she has been a high school Teacher of the Year, a homeschooler, part of several church planting teams, a youth leader, a CE Director, a church planter, a small group leader, and founder and executive director of a national writers group. She has been speaking to groups of all sizes since she was in her early twenties with messages of hope, creativity, leadership, and making disciples.
Nancy Grisham launched the speaking ministry Livin' Ignited in 2004. She has been a frequent teacher at Willow Creek Community Church's midweek classes and an adjunct faculty member at Wheaton College. She lives in Denver, Colorado.
R. E. McDermott is a merchant seaman by training. After graduation from the Merchant Marine Academy, he sailed for several years, and then spent thirty years as a marine consultant. He has traveled widely, seen interesting things, and lived in several countries. He has come to know more than a few interesting characters in his travels, and bits and pieces of them populate his novels.
Randy Ingermanson is the award-winning author of six novels. He is known around the world as "the Snowflake Guy," thanks to his Web site article on the Snowflake method, which has been viewed more than a million times. Before venturing into fiction, Randy earned a Ph.D. in theoretical physics from the University of California at Berkeley. Randy has taught fiction at numerous writing conferences and sits on the advisory board of American Christian Fiction Writers. He also publishes the world's largest e-zine on how to write fiction, The Advanced Fiction Writing E-zine. Randy's first two novels won Christy awards, and his second novel Oxygen, coauthored with John B. Olson, earned a spot on the New York Public Library's Books for the Teen Age list.
Author, content writer, programmer and web designer with a heart of Jesus Christ. First published works appeared in The ST Informer back in 1989. Other publishes include software reviews in Atari Explorer, short stories in The Charlotte Spectrum, and over 3000 paid content articles all across the Internet. Current published short story works include The Bushmaster Tech Battles, The Clintonian Overlay, Trial Run, and others.
Quote from about Vanessa Ravel home. "Writing my first novel wasn’t easy, but it was (mostly) fun. And as for the genre, I can attest that once you go underworld, you don’t come back. Much to the chagrin of my loved ones, I powered through terrible bouts of writer’s block. Sometimes it’s easy. And on days when I “just can’t”… I just stare at the ceiling."