POWER VACUUMBy Deidre J Owen Contemporary Humor (176 pages)Available in paperback and ebook formats. What do you do when you're a vigilante without a villain? The persistently mischievous Zenicon Zilch is at it again, wreaking havoc on the city and tormenting the daring foursome who dog his every step. But when a bizarre mishap throws … Continue reading New Novella: “Power Vacuum”
TERMINAL FAULTSby Deidre J Owen Science Fiction/Horror (180 pages)Available in 5x8 paperback and ebook formats. How complex our faults. Two young couples plot and scheme their way through life, unmoved by the havoc and heartache they inflict. A mother and daughter indulge in their most gluttonous desires, indifferent to the suffering of others. A serial … Continue reading New Novella: “Terminal Faults”
The Good, the Bad, & the CuteThe Secret Ways of Dolls Speculative Fiction, Science Fiction, Horror (174 pages)Available in 4x7 paperback and ebook formats. Check out the launch event on YouTube for readings by several of the authors, chitchat, and a fun Q&A. Modern or antique; benign or malevolent; porcelain, stuffed, articulated, or life-size, dolls … Continue reading New Minibook Anthology: “The Good, the Bad, and the Cute”
To Be a Dark Mother:A Shared Experience in the Patchwork LandsRonald Linson, Deidre J Owen, Benjamin Michael Greene, Tim Mendees, & E. L. Giles Lovecraftian Horror (184 pages)Available in 5x8 paperback and ebook formats. Go watch the Facebook launch event from Friday July 23. The Lord of the Lake deeply adores all his Dark Mothers, … Continue reading New Release: “To Be a Dark Mother”
Mannison Press is excited to announce that we have expanded into audiobooks! We now have not one, but TWO of our Mannison Minibooks available on Audible in audiobook format. Overworked on Audible Contemporary Fiction/Humor, 19 minsLaw student Joshua Jacobs is exhausted! He's deep into his final semester, the Bar Exam looms large on the horizon, … Continue reading Minibooks now on Audible
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