Strange Nations is a collection of more than thirty cultures ready to be dragged and dropped into your world, with cultures appropriate for every kind of setting from high fantasy to contemporary horror to space opera. While each entry has certain setting assumptions, there are also suggestions for adapting them to other genres.
Here is the city-state of Iditt, where necromancy is an accepted... [click here for more]
Set in Phoenix, AZ during an apocalyptic plague that alters human behavior. A mother and son, like many trying to go on with their lives as the chaos builds up around them, find themselves trapped in the city having waited too long to make an escape. An old biker, fighting his way out of the city, making the choice between going on alone as he always has, or taking a chance on helping others. A young... [click here for more]
With a common threat, two humans are sent in search of help from the distant centaur people.
These stories are set in the world of Aioskoru in the region of Ekouinmanus Kapos. ... [click here for more]
Before Wells wrote Little Wars, he created what some would consider to be a sort of companion book to it. Published in 1912, Floor Games instructs creative children of all ages on some very imaginative activities for rainy days... or even sunny ones.
This edition includes the photos from the original publication and faithfully retains the integrity of the antique font. ... [click here for more]
THE COINThe first Tommy Hopkinson Story
When Tommy reluctantly agrees to join Carl on a blind double-date, little does either realize the danger they both face. As the evening unfolds, events build into a darkly supernatural climax! ... [click here for more]
PREVIEW the first 32 pages of the upcoming 3rd City of the Gods novel and get a taste of what happens to some of the main characters in the seires that has spawned a gamebook comics and a line of canvas art from the books.
What the 3rd novel is about: Is this the end of the gods?
Life as a mortal under the rule of the gods had always been hard. But when heroes reveal a sweeping... [click here for more]