Alice Pleasance has just killed a man.Later, while suffering a heroin overdose, Alice visits a nightmare world of playing card royalty and violent tea parties. Worse, Alice discovers that her broken mind has dragged something out of her delusions and into her waking life. Something evil.Trapped in a psychiatric ward while dealing with... [click here for more]
This FREE Sampler contains the first 3 chapters of JW Schnarr's debut novel Alice & Dorothy, which will be available June 15th/2011. It also contains 3 bonus stories from his collection Things Falling Apart, which is out now in digital format and coming soon to paperback.
Taken from the Back Text of Alice & Dorothy:
Alice Pleasance has just killed a man.
Later,... [click here for more]
The Oilfields of Ghawar are bleeding evil into the atmosphere as a sleeping god awakens. And while the armies of the world descend on Saudi Arabia to do battle against this cosmic horror; one man will find that while blood may be thicker than water, there are some things thicker than blood...
This is the first release in JW Schnarr's Ghosts in the Machine lineup of affordable, pulpy fiction.
Looking... [click here for more]
A man stumbles upon the site of a UFO crash landing, only to find that the children of the nearby town have been horribly mutated and are now roaming the streets hunting for their next meal...
This is the second release in JW Schnarr's Ghosts in the Machine lineup of affordable, pulpy fiction. The Children of the Golden Day will also be appearing in Things Falling Apart, a collection of... [click here for more]
When Captain Lee Renfeld comes home after the war sporting his Congressional Medal of Honour, the small town of Emily's Burg is beside itself with pride. For Darnell, suffering under the yoke of small town racism and the cowardice of his own father refusing to join the war effort, Captain Renfeld offers him a real hero to look up to. But when teenage boys from town begin disappearing, Darnell will... [click here for more]
No other story has touched as many hearts and endeared itself into the American fabric as The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum. Often toted as America's First Fairy Tale, this heartwarming classic has been made and remade again and again across every medium known to man. The themes are timeless, the characters themselves beloved.
But like all fairy tales, The... [click here for more]