Archive for July, 2012

Newly added! Hunting the Five by Maria Violante

Sunday, July 29th, 2012

Book One in the De La Roca Chronicles It’s a side of the southwest never glimpsed by mortal man – a heartless, barren outback riddled with ruthless demons. In its ignorance, humanity is powerless to stop these escapees from Hell and the havoc they create with their dark magic. Good thing De la Roca isn’t […]

New release! Fat City Blues by Charlie Brown

Saturday, July 28th, 2012

Crescent City Heat Season Two In 1971, Paul Hornung lost his Superbowl ring in a poker game in the section of the suburbs of New Orleans called Fat City. Three generations fight and struggle over its possession, paying the price for their greed. Fat City Blues, inspired by Richard Wagner’s ring cycle, is the second […]

New release! The Bialy Pimps by Johnny B. Truant

Wednesday, July 25th, 2012

Life is good at Bingham’s Bagel Deli. The loathed customers are dealt the poor treatment they seem to deserve, bad rap music is played loudly, and The Rat is killed often enough to stem his immortality. And the insane homeless regulars — like drunken Little Johnny Redbeard — keep life interesting. But when a rival […]

Podioracket-Ep 73 Ransom Stephens and Mark L Berry

Tuesday, July 24th, 2012

Welcome to Podioracket’s Episode 73. In this 28 minute show we will be interviewing Ransom Stephens author of The God Patent and Mark L. Berry the author of Pushing Leaves Towards the Sun and you are going to hear about The Masters of the Macabre Contest. Interviews The God Patent by Ransom Stephens Science Fiction […]

New release! Pawn, Book 3 of The Turner Chronicles by Mark Eller

Wednesday, July 18th, 2012

In Betrayed, Aaron Turner defied politicians, defeated child slavers, and saved an entire people from exploitation by Isabella, his adopted country. Now, ten years later, he and Isabella have parted ways. Aaron has moved across the ocean to Jutland, intending to run a men’s clothing store in the small city of Galesword.

New release: Visions of My Father: Ode to Killer Joe by MaryJo Romano

Thursday, July 12th, 2012

His hand gripped my bicycle seat as he ran alongside me that warm summer day. Even though he was young and strong, he was breathing heavily, keeping me upright while we made our way down the street. “Don’t let go me go, Daddy,” I said as I concentrated on steadying myself. “I won’t let go […]

Pushing Leaves Towards the Sun by Mark L Berry is now available!

Wednesday, July 11th, 2012

When Oso gets yanked off his motorcycle and killed by a closed parking lot chain, Billy feels guilty for having taught him to hop curbs and shortcut traffic lights. Billy’s survivor’s guilt drags him down a spiral of excessive alcohol, one-night stands, body painting, and reckless driving. He’s now all too aware that life is […]

Just launched: Slab City Blues: A Hymn to Gods Long Dead by Anthony Ryan

Sunday, July 8th, 2012

The Slab. A vast orbiting slum where sweat falls in rain and the gene-spliced come in all shapes and sizes. Inspector Alex McLeod, recently suspended for excessive force and nurturing a growing addiction to bourbon, has been reduced to tending bar when an improbably beautiful vampire comes to him with a bizarre theory: there’s a […]

New release! Tools and Means by John Mierau

Saturday, July 7th, 2012

Meet Tom Brogan. An ordinary guy. With a sister in a coma. Seeing visions of a mass murderer. Becoming one himself. Tom knows the voices in his head aren’t real…but a new voice is about to force its way inside his head. One that’s very real. And deadly.