A collection of short stories set in the Imperium Chronicles Universe by W. H. Mitchell. Stories include content that was incorporated into the novels The Arks of Andromeda (2017), The Dragons of Andromeda (2018), and the upcoming novel The Robots of Andromeda (late 2019) ... [click here for more]
The Imperium is a vast human empire spanning hundreds of light years in a distant galaxy. The Imperium encompasses thousands of planets, each teaming with tales of intrigue and adventure.
The Imperium Chronicles Collection includes short stories set against the backdrop of these innumerable worlds. They include people of different social and economic backgrounds, from a wealthy,... [click here for more]
The eerie laughter echoing across the graveyard was the least of his problems!
Murderer's Acre: the home of the peculiar and the destitute. Dotson has just arrived, his young charges in tow, seeking shelter in an odd town that overlooks a vast necropolis. The townsfolk cower in fear as a giggling entity picks them off in the night, and Dotson may be the next victim!
If that wasn't... [click here for more]
The beginning of the Newmark serial, in which he sees the unrepetant evil of his Stitchmen masters. Includes some gore and violence. Set in the Wreck-Age universe (http://wreck-age.net) ... [click here for more]
In this harsh land, Death is a constant companion.
Dotson is many things. Doctor. Natural philosopher. Avid reader. Living soul trapped in a steam driven clockwork automaton.
As a adventurer and person of medicine, he has seen death before. But this discovery, this killing, will set him on the path to confronting the biggest scourge Everash has ever known! ... [click here for more]
When you rock the watercraft, there is always a price to pay.
There's always one. One who upsets apple carts, one who can't just let business happen. Someone always notices; someone with the power to punish vigilantes. And a killer-for-hire has been summoned.
Dotson is just trying to keep a low profile while riding through bandit country. But there's always one, the troublemaker who... [click here for more]