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Making The Most Of It by Jim LeMay

Making the Most Of It by Jim LeMay

The novel Making The Most of It follows the travels of Conrad Colby and the friends he makes along the way to Tin Cup, Colorado. You can read the first two chapters below. They find a devastated, dangerous world containing bandit bikers, a religious wacko, small-time dictators, violence between rival gangs, another gang out for their blood, deteriorating infrastructure, sand storms, rattlesnakes, hunger, thirst and other dangers they never dreamed of. How do they cope? With courage, ingenuity, luck, gonzo schemes, humor, and by just…Making The Most of It.

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The second issue of this vanguard edition delves into the apocalypse. With a dozen stories from some of today's best speculative writers, they will thrill and entertain you.

“Deathball: Hunt For The Playoffs” by Charles Eugene Anderson.
“And Then What?” by Denise E Dora.
“More Precious Than Gold” by Wayne Faust.
“The Working Class” by Rebecca Hodgkins.
“King of Cats” by De Kenyon.
“Last Song on the Titanic” by Mario Acevedo.
“Flex Time” by Richard E Friesen.
“Shelter From The Storm” by Shannon Lawrence.
“Scavengers” by Russ Crossley.
“A Fairy Rainbow” by Jim LeMay.
“After” by Jamie Ferguson.
“Spindle Worms” by Lucy Taylor

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Anthologies

Edward Bryant's Sphere Of Influnce

Only On Sale Until Nov. 2020...buy will it's still for available!


Edward Bryant influenced a generation of readers and writers. Edward Bryant’s Sphere of Influence includes stories by Connie Willis, Steve Rasnic Tem, Kevin J. Anderson, Gary Jonas, Lucy Taylor, Bruce Holland Rogers, and many more! Over the years Ed Bryant influenced many writers. In this collection, you’ll find stories of dinosaurs roaming the Earth, Zombies rampaging a small town in Colorado, a Norse god in a rock band, and a family road trip to view the solar eclipse in Montana when something strange becomes visible in the darkness. Edward Bryant’s Sphere of Influence contains twenty-four stories influenced by a master of science-fiction and horror. Editors Chuck Anderson and Jim LeMay are proud to find and work with so many talented writers who called Ed their friend and mentor. In this book you’ll discover the extraordinary influence of a master’s touch!

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A Fistful Of Dinosaurs

From “Jurassic Park” to “Godzilla,” dinosaurs have a rich history of exploring the idea of the creatures of the past. We love dinosaurs because they are big, we love them when they are terrifying, and we love them because they are dangerous.

Think Like A Dinosaur by James Patrick Kelly
Dinosaurs by Walter Jon Williams
The Measure Of All Things by Richard Chwedyk
If You Were a Dinosaur, My Love by Rachel Swirsky
Ford T-Rex vs Dodge Triceratops by Charles Eugene Anderson
The Other Side of the Portal by Jamie Ferguson
Outside the Box by Wayne Faust
The Serpent of the Loch by Lou J Berger
Out of the Ashes by Kent W Johnson
Damn Dinosaurs by Denise E. Dora
Flawless by Mario Acevedo
13 Ways of Looking at a Dinosaur by Rebecca Hodgkins
Dinosaur by Bruce Holland Rogers
The Place Where Camels Fear to Go by Lucy Taylor
Creature by Carol Emshwiller
Just Like Old Times by Robert J. Sawyer
Dinosaur by Steve Rasnic Tem
Thinking About Dinosaurs by James Patrick Kelly

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Coming Soon...A Few Dinosaurs More

A Few Dinosaurs More...Coming Soon!

Vagabond Magazine

Vagabond 001: Fantasy Issue

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Fairy Tales are in our DNA. We think we know them. Read along to explore the familiar, the unique, and the undiscovered - reimagination of the Fairy Tale.

The Changelings By Melanie Tem

How Baba Yaga’s Hut Got Its Legs By Rebecca Hodgkins

Faithless By Denise E Dora

The Society of Secret Cats By De Kenyon

Hansel and Gretel in the Enchanted Forest By Jim LeMay

Magic and Machinery By Jamie Ferguson

Prenuptials By Lucy Taylor

Little Poucet By Steve Rasnic Tem

Eight talented authors explore what these words mean to them in stories ranging from the silly to the sublime.
Join us for the first exciting issue in a new quarterly speculative fiction magazine. 

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Vagabond 002

Vagabond 002

The second issue of this vanguard edition delves into the apocalypse. With a dozen stories from some of today's best speculative writers, they will thrill and entertain you.

“Deathball: Hunt For The Playoffs” by Charles Eugene Anderson.
“And Then What?” by Denise E Dora.
“More Precious Than Gold” by Wayne Faust.
“The Working Class” by Rebecca Hodgkins.
“King of Cats” by De Kenyon.
“Last Song on the Titanic” by Mario Acevedo.
“Flex Time” by Richard E Friesen.
“Shelter From The Storm” by Shannon Lawrence.
“Scavengers” by Russ Crossley.
“A Fairy Rainbow” by Jim LeMay.
“After” by Jamie Ferguson.
“Spindle Worms” by Lucy Taylor.

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Our next issue is all about the dinosaurs. Coming Soon!

Charles Eugene Anderson

Quick Flash Fiction by Charles Eugene Anderson

Quick Flash Fiction: Unleashing Your Creativity: 52 TIPS FOR WRITING Flash Fiction, Sudden Fiction, Drabbles & Other Short Fiction

Struggling to write flash fiction? Learn how a writing Flash Fiction can make your writing career soar!
Do you hate coming up with ideas? Do you wish there was an easier way to get published? Author Charles Eugene Anderson knows how to make your flash fiction a success. Let him show you exactly how to craft you need to write your own.

In this book, you’ll discover:
-How to simplify your plot to create flash fiction
-The types of flash fiction that your readers will find interesting
-How to narrow down your fiction to make it even better
-Give your readers stories they'll remember
-Where to get paid for your fiction
-How to find initial success with your writing

If your flash fiction needs a boost and a touch of humor, then you’ll love Charles Eugene Anderson’s look behind the scenes at how he creates flash fiction that sells.

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Europa Nightmare Wayne Faust Charles Eugene Anderson

Europa Nightmare

In the farthest reach of mankind’s space colonization, near Jupiter's moons, the crew of the frigate Simpson is in a fight for their lives. A veteran captain must find a way to survive against the horror of a long-lost freighter infested with an alien vanguard force, invading Earth’s solar system.

Europa Nightmare is the first book in Wayne Faust and Charles Eugene Anderson’s Dark Curtain Series, a brand new, military sci-fi horror space opera. If you liked Alien, The Thing, and the Expanses, then you’ll love this face-paced, captivating, richly populated - dark science fiction.

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Mech Troopers Charles Eugene Anderson

Mech Troopers

There's beer in Texarkana, and there's civil war in Texas. Armed with combat mechs, Bandit and his small platoon of fighting machines must fight behind enemy lines to save themselves. This novella is the first tale in Mech Trooper series.

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Jim LeMay

Making The Most Of It by Jim LeMay

Making The Most Of It

The novel Making The Most of It follows the travels of Conrad Colby and the friends he makes along the way to Tin Cup, Colorado. You can read the first two chapters below. They find a devastated, dangerous world containing bandit bikers, a religious wacko, small-time dictators, violence between rival gangs, another gang out for their blood, deteriorating infrastructure, sand storms, rattlesnakes, hunger, thirst and other dangers they never dreamed of. How do they cope? With courage, ingenuity, luck, gonzo schemes, humor, and by just…Making The Most Of It.

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Tin Cup by Jim LeMay

Tin Cup

n 2072 a pandemic sweeps across the world, killing almost everyone. Known as Chou’s Disease after the Chinese physician-scientist who first isolated it, it is caused by antibiotic resistant bacteria. Con suffers the loss of his true love Gloria and everyone else he knows. This short story follows the beginning of his odyssey through the deadly new world in search of a new meaning of life.

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A Princess of Bars

What if Captain John Carter, for the sake of self-aggrandizement, lied to Mr. Edgar Rice Burroughs about his trips to Barsoom? What if Dejah, instead of descending from a lineage of “ten thousand jeddaks” (emperors) as Carter claimed, had begun life as an orphaned street urchin? And what if she preferred a giant, four-armed green man to him? Maybe the Martians looked upon Jack Carter with less favor than he claimed, some indeed with open contempt. Read Dejah’s assessment of Captain Carter in this action-packed short story, “A Princess of Bars.”

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