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Blog Tour: Peter Welmerink's TRANSPORT

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                                                                Peter Welmerink                                                           Featured Book Release:                                                                   Transport                                                       June 23 to June 29 , 2014 About the author: Peter Welmerink was born and raised on the west side of pre-apocalyptic Grand Rapids, Michigan. He writes Fantasy, Military SciFi, and other wanderings into action-adventure. His work has been published in ye olde wood pulp print and electronic-online publications. He is the co-author of the Viking berserker novel, BEDLAM UNLEASHED, written with Steven Shrewsbury. TRANSPORT is his first solo novel venture. He is married with a small barbarian tribe of three boys. Find out more about his works and upcoming projects at: www.peterwelmerink.com The HURON, a 72-ton heavy transport vehicle and an army of four; tracked, racked and ready to r

For the Summer Solstice/First Day of Summer: Part 1 of Descent

Hey all, ALMOST finished with the final edit of Descent (The Birthrite Series, #1) and decided to share Part 1 as a preview for those who have not previewed it yet. And for those who read an earlier draft, its been edited heavily since then. Oh yeah, and this part in the book also takes place on the Summer Solstice of 1844. :) Enjoy and feel free to share! BOOK ONE, DESCENT PART 1:  HECTOR’S CAVE June 20, 1844 Tuxpan , Mexico 1 The serenity of early evening surrounded Hector as he walked along the shore. He reveled in the ocean’s tide swallowing his bare feet as he headed toward the secluded area pocketed at the other end of the beach. It was a place only he knew of. A place never visited by anyone. Except him and Samuel. Even at sixteen, Hector thrilled at the idea of a secret retreat that was all his own. Most young men his age were long passed such things, but Hector was not like his peers and finding common ground with someone was rare for him. He still quest

Blog Tour: Jason Sizemore's "Iredeemable" and His Top Ten Vacation Spots!

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Iredeemable by Jason Sizemore Jason Sizemore is a writer and editor who lives in Lexington, KY. He owns Apex Publications, an SF, fantasy, and horror small press, and has twice been nominated for the Hugo Award for his editing work on Apex Magazine. Stay current with his latest news and ramblings via his Twitter feed handle @apexjason. Synopsis Flowing like mists and shadows through the Appalachian Mountains come 18 tales from the mind of Jason Sizemore. Weaving together elements of southern gothic, science fiction, fantasy, horror, the supernatural, and much more, this diverse collection of short stories brings you an array of characters who must face accountability, responsibility, and, more ominously, retribution. Whether it is Jack Taylor readying for a macabre, terrifying night in The Sleeping Quartet, the Wayne brothers and mischief gone badly awry in Pranks, the title character in The Dead and Metty Crawford , or the church congregation and their welco

Hero's Best Friend: An Anthology of Animal Companions Blog Tour

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Hero’s Best Friend: An Anthology of Animal Companions June 16 to June 22 , 2014 Editor, Scott M. Sandridge About the Editor Scott M. Sandridge is a writer, editor, freedom fighter, and all-around trouble-maker. His latest works as an editor include the Seventh Star Press anthologies Hero’s Best Friend: An Anthology of Animal Companions, and the two volumes of A Chimerical World, Tales of the Seelie Court and Tales of the Unseelie Court. Book Synopsis for Hero's Best Fried How far would Gandalf have gotten without Shadowfax? Where would the Vault Dweller be without Dogmeat? And could the Beastmaster been the Beastmaster without his fuzzy allies? Animal companions are more than just sidekicks. Animals are more than just sidekicks. Animals can be heroes, too! Found within are twenty stories of heroic action that focuses on the furries and scalies who have long been the unsung heroes pulling their foolish human buddies out of the fire, and often at great sacrif