This special bundle product contains the following titles.Oriental Stories, Vol. 3: A Texan in AfghanistanRegular price: $3.99 Bundle price: $1.99 Format: Watermarked PDF Gordon knew it was his life or that of the man who had crept up to stab him in thedark. In that unmapped corner of the Afghan mountains all fights were to the death….
Francis Xavier... [click here for more]
YARRR! HERE BE PIRATES!
September 19th is Talk Like a Pirate Day and NUELOW Games is enriching the festivities with an anthology featuring old-time pirate yarns. The book contains:
- An illustrated tales of Lila the Corsair Queen by Joe Millard and Chuck Winters
- Black Vulmea's Vengeance by Robert E. Howard (the creator of Conan)
- A ROLF! battle scenario (with a... [click here for more]
The End of the Trail...
In the summer of 1936, the pressures of life became too much for writer Robert E. Howard to bear, and he took his own life at the age of 30. While he is best remembered for putting in place the foundation of the "low fantasy" genre with characters like Conan and Kull, he had all but left that genre behind in favor of action/adventure fiction, historical... [click here for more]
Cormac snarled like a mad dog, his eyes blazing with a fearful light. "Who did the deed? He shall die, were he Emperor of Byzantium!"
Although groundbreaking fantasy writer Robert E. Howard is best remembered as the creator of Conan the Barbarian, more than a dozen other larger-than-life heroes and heroines sprang from his fertile imagination before his death in June of 1936.... [click here for more]
On a rainy afternoon, Alice's traveling companions from her trips through Wonderland and the Looking Glass appear in her room with an irrestiable offer: "The Hatter has founded a model city, where everything goes just right, and we came to ask you to pay us a call."
And so begins Alice's adventure in Blunderland, a place where everything is owned by the City, including people's teeth; politeness... [click here for more]
“I wish to Hell I had a dozen markets for historical fiction—I'd never write anything else.” --Robert E. Howard
Although best remembered for laying the foundation of the sword-and-sorcery genre with the creation of Conan the Barbarian, Robert E. Howard had all but abandoned the fantasy genre at the time of his death in 1936.
Howard began transitioning... [click here for more]
Gordon knew it was his life or that of the man who had crept up to stab him in thedark. In that unmapped corner of the Afghan mountains all fights were to the death….
Francis Xavier Gordon, nicknamed El Borak ("The Swift") during his wanderings in the Middle East, was the last major series character from the legendary Robert E. Howard before his death. El Borak an... [click here for more]
"I do you a great honor, Mr. Costigan; among a very few, even of my own servants, you may say that you saw my face and lived. I think you will be more useful to me living than dead."While trying to silence the demons he carried with him from the battlefields of World War One, Stephen Costigan becomes hopelessly addicted to hashish. As he wastes away in... [click here for more]
"The true werewolf is not, as many believe, a man who may take the form of a wolf, but a wolf who takes the form of a man!"
From the frozen wilds of Scandinavia, through the dark forests of central Europe, and to the sun-sorched velts of Africa, shapeshifting demons prowl in search of flesh to rend and innocent blood to spill.
White Fell and Other Stories presents four... [click here for more]