Off the LeashBy Matthew Brady Dark Fantasy/Grimdark/Horror (46 pages) Available in paperback and ebook formats. Young Peter Hackles has never lacked for anything, having been raised in the household of his mysterious Uncle Rackham: the wealthiest landowner in Egbert Valley. But that all changes on the day Peter and his friends discover a savaged corpse … Continue reading New Minibook: “Off the Leash”
O Sister, Where Art Thou?By Connor Kuntz Crime Drama/Paranormal (36 pages) Available in paperback and ebook formats. Beth Gilroy was abducted from her bed in the middle of the night. Her brother, Mike, had a chance to save her, but failed. Months go by and Dayton residents lose hope...all except Mike. Armed with that unwavering … Continue reading New Minibook: “O Sister, Where Art Thou?”
Non-ProphetBy Rhiannon Lotze Urban Sci-Fi/Family Drama (46 pages) Available in paperback and ebook formats. Staring down the barrel of university, Logan Diaz faces a choice: choose a program that follows his passion for cooking, or one that will benefit humanity, which is in desperate need of assistance. When the choice becomes impossible, Logan hires a … Continue reading New Minibook: “Non-Prophet”
Time ServedBy Ronald Linson Science Fiction (46 pages) Available in paperback and ebook formats. Ralph Goodman has been sentenced to five years hard time. Imprisoned in the past—no bars, no walls—he wonders if this was, in fact, a death sentence. However, with a little unexpected assistance, Ralph might just make it back alive. BUY HERE: … Continue reading New Minibook: “Time Served”
"I've discovered that I derive a twisted pleasure out of making my husband cringe over my writings."
"...I'll be honest: Writing about time travel isn't all that easy. You have to get things right."
"...for years afterward I had to put up with being accused every time my family didn't believe something I said with the bitter phrase of 'Is this another Flying W story?'"
"I never really thought it would get published, so I've shamelessly stolen ideas, names, and plot points from it to use in short stories."
... "At first, I thought it was the dumbest thing I’d ever read, and I laughed and rolled my eyes before moving on."
Today's Mini-Interview is with CECILY WINTER, author of Mannison Minibook "The Many Ways of Heartbreak."