Habberdashed, part 3 of 3

September 29, 2017 0

Habberdashed By Robert Lee Beers part 3 of 3 San Francisco’s fashion mavens are dying in odd and gruesome ways. It is up to Tony Mandolin to find out who is doing the killings, and […]

Last Dance

September 25, 2017 0

Last Dance By Stephen T. Brophy   If you want to reclaim your place in Heaven, sometimes you have to put yourself through Hell.   Contact info for Stephen T. Brophy      * Website […]

Habbardashed, part 2 of 3

September 22, 2017 0

Habberdashed, part 2 of 3 by Robert Beers   San Francisco’s fashion mavens are dying in odd and gruesome ways. It is up to Tony Mandolin to find out who is doing the killings, and […]

of Monsters and Mushrooms, Ch. 10

September 18, 2017 0

Of Monsters And Mushrooms By Lesley Herron Chapter 10 Cantharellus   There were very few instances that Vel could say he genuinely felt like throttling the life from someone. This. This was one of those […]

Habberdashed, part 1 of 3

September 15, 2017 0

Habberdashed A Tony Mandolin Mysteries Short Story By Robert Lee Beers Website  –  Amazon  –  Graphic Audio – More Stories by Robert Beers – Chapter 1 “The victim appears to have been punctured by something […]

In Season

September 11, 2017 0

In Season by Kate England Website  –  Twitter  –  Patreon Platters of cheese, crackers, chopped veggies and dip cluttered all the available surface space. Summer maneuvered a crock of salsa onto the crowded coffee table […]

The Woven Ring

September 8, 2017 0

“The Woven Ring” by M. D. Presley Website  –  Facebook  –  Buy the Book (affiliate link) Marta was mad. Carmichael had lied to her. Again. Her older brother’s lies were nothing new, Marta expecting them […]

of Monster and Mushrooms, Ch. 9

September 4, 2017 0

Of Monster and Mushrooms Chapter 9, By Lesley Herron   Sticks and stones may break your bones, but harsh words will lead to propane bottle trebuchets. Our heroes must trek through the remains of Harmony […]

Above the End of the World

September 1, 2017 0

Above the End of the World By Jonathon Burgess Website We clung to Goraru’s back for fear of the horrors below. The weather proved dangerous, up so high. Rain made our footing treacherous. The air […]