Anders Benet had murdered his mother in the womb. He had no memory of this, nor could he say he intended the woman any harm. Indeed, it wasn’t until his fourteenth year that he killed […]
The doctor’s eyes bulged from shock and asphyxiation as Mariko pulled the power cord taut. Her arms shook amid spittle and gasps, and she watched the frail man’s squirming tongue turn blue in his mouth. […]
We tracked the kidnapper to a swanky private club on the Upper East Side. The old stone building looked like any other row mansion on the street—walled and immaculate and seemingly impenetrable. The only hint […]
I am not someone who likes to pick things apart, although I used to be. My adolescence was misspent on it. (See quote below.) I suspect the people who pick at Star Wars are also […]
Kou Takano, AKA Kotako, paints fierce depictions of gods and dragons. Find more on ArtStation.
Alexandr Komarov, AKA Ghostbow, is a digital painter from Ukraine who makes classic, high fantasy paintings elves, dwarves, dragons, adventurers, and deep forest gods. You can find more by the artist on his DeviantArt page.
What the fr@^k is a ‘soft launch’ anyway? Research into purchasing behavior confirms my personal experience that in a market filled with many alternatives, readers tend to choose books with a demonstrated readership over those […]
“Brief, violent, and unpredictable, yet thrilling to be in the middle of.” -goodreads reviewer A scoundrel with a secret seeks the key to escaping the end of the world. An exiled gunslinger, waiting to die, […]