Beyond the Lens: A Surreal Narrative, by Ryan Sutherland
Blending 17 individual works spanning the storytelling genres of science fiction, gothic horror, stage theatre, prose poetry and song, Beyond the Lens presents a single narrative flow - a single existential meditation.
Another Day at the Office 2014: Jeremy and Hillary sell fire and brimstone in this satirical... [click here for more]
This book collects the first five parts of the serial novel Round Up At The Burger bar: The Legend of Trixie Pug. These stories are set in the year 3003.
By the year 3333 1/3 massive fast food corporations control the galaxy. Trixie is destined to become the galaxy's 2nd most powerful CEO for a fast food franchise called Heavenly Sky Burger.
These stories reveal the early adventures of Trixie and... [click here for more]
Welcome to the Evil Overlord’s Union, Branch number #666. We, at the Evil Overlord’s Union, firmly believe our that our members can and should learn from the mistakes of others, and for that reason we offer examples of those Overlords who have failed to find their place with us. Wow betide any hopeful member of the Union who fails to heed the warnings listed within this pages ... [click here for more]
Robots locked in deadly civil war, explorers faced with impossible secrets,
a continent-sized asteroid about to destroy the Earth...these are some of the stories
in this volume of fantastic fiction.
Welcome to the 21st century.
Note from publisher: When you purchase the trade paperback edition of this title at Amazon the ebook edition is free. Offer only good at Amazon. ... [click here for more]
Writer on Demand TM Vol. 2: Tales of Humorous Horror includes three stories:
"BunRabs" (approximately 3,500 words) tells the story of the real truth behind the connection between Easter and bunnies, at least from a unique point of view. The story originally appeared in Zombie Raccoons & Killer Bunnies, edited by Kerrie Hughes and Martin H. Greenberg (DAW Books, Inc. 2009). "Hell... [click here for more]
Writer on Demand TM Vol. 1: Tales of Gamers and Gaming includes three stories, one of novelette length: "The Quest" (approximately 8,000 words) tells the story of what happens when a group of MMORPG gamers get together in real life. The story originally appeared in Fellowship Fantastic, edited by Kerrie Hughes and Martin H. Greenberg (DAW Books, Inc. 2008). "Loser Takes All" (approximately... [click here for more]