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About Hank Garner
Hank Garner is the author of Bloom, Mulligan, The Witching Hour, Seventh Son of a Seventh Son, Writer's Block, and has contributed to several anthologies. He also hosts a weekly podcast called Author Stories where he interviews successful authors each week about writing and the creative process. Find the podcast at http://hankgarner.com/category/podcast/
Hank's days are filled with interviewing the bestselling authors of today for The Author Stories Podcast and writing stories about life. Hank lives in Mississippi with his wife of over twenty years and five children.
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In this title in the acclaimed 'Future Chronicles' series of speculative fiction anthologies created by award-winning author Samuel Peralta, discover tales of dark futures, tragic pasts, and a present that’s run off the rails are presented in landscapes as varied as their authors’ imaginations.
Set in bestselling worlds fully realized by their authors, these stories unfold as seen through the eyes of animals — tamed and feral, domestic and savage — as they traverse a world of perdition where often their capacity for nobility and self-sacrifice transcends our own.
Enter these worlds with some of the most inventive authors writing today, including USA Today bestselling authors David Adams and Cheri Lasota, Wall Street Journal bestselling authors Daniel Arthur Smith and Ann Christy, and Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award winner Rysa Walker.
Dystopian deserts, post-apocalyptic mountain ranges, the medieval English countryside, the far reaches of the galaxy - in each of these and more, animals and their human companions discover heart-stopping adventure among the ruins - and you will, too.
Discover 'Chronicle Worlds'. Discover 'Tails of Dystopia'.
"The best place to discover new SF authors, I think, is any of the anthologies coming from Samuel Peralta"
-- Hugh Howey, NY Times bestselling author of Wool
"A powerful new voice in speculative fiction"
-- Nick Webb, USA Today bestselling author of the Legacy Fleet trilogy
About the Author
Created by award-winning author Samuel Peralta, and edited by some of the most-respected editors in the genre, The Future Chronicles is the #1 bestselling anthology series that brings together work from visionary new voices and from the grandmasters of modern speculative fiction.
Its unique take on major science fiction and fantasy themes - A.I., aliens, time travel, robots, dragons, telepaths, zombies, immortality, galactic battles, cyborgs, doomsday - has made it one of the most acclaimed anthology series of the digital era.
We are tied to the ocean. And when we go back to the sea--whether it is to sail or to watch it--we are going back from whence we came.”
- John F. Kennedy
Underwater cities, lost civilizations, crops, climate change, and dead zones.
In this collection of ocean-themed stories, twelve of today’s top speculative fiction writers explore our morality, our built-in societal restraints, and reflect upon our state of grace.
The waves roll in, the waves roll out.
“OCEANS: The Anthology” features stories from bestselling authors such as winner of the Nebula, Hugo, and World Fantasy awards Ken Liu, Rysa Walker (the Chronos series), Daniel Arthur Smith (Tales from the Canyons of the Damned), R.D. Brady (the Belial series), Alex Shvartsman (the Unidentified Funny Objects series), P.K. Tyler (the UnCommon series), plus six more of today’s top authors in speculative and science fiction.
Daniel Arthur Smith presents OCEANS: THE ANTHOLOGY, book 2 of the 2 book Frontiers of Speculative Fiction series that began with the top-ranking CLONES: The Anthology!
This Omnibus edition of Tales from the Canyons of the Damned consists of Eighteen sharp, suspenseful, thought provoking short stories - from Nine of todays top speculative fiction writers.
Dark Sci Fi Slipstream Tales like you've never read before.
Technology evolves faster than we do.
The law shields us from our worst temptations.
But the opportunity is there, dangling just out of reach—perfection and ascension… or delusion and destruction.
In this collection of clone-themed stories, ten of today’s top speculative fiction writers explore our morality, our built-in societal restraints, and reflect upon our state of grace.
Similar is not necessarily the same.
“CLONES: The Anthology” features stories from Amazon bestselling authors Rysa Walker (the CHRONOS series), R.D. Brady (the Belial series), Susan Kaye Quinn (the Singularity saga), Best American Science Fiction notable Samuel Peralta (Faith), and USA Today Bestselling and Multi-Award Winner P.K. Tyler, plus five more of today’s top authors in speculative and science fiction.
“CLONES: The Anthology” is Book 1 of the 2 Book Frontiers of Speculative Fiction
In Alt.History 102, twelve top speculative fiction authors re-imagine the world - as one where a beautiful actress becomes a spy for the Allied forces, as one where the Internet is tightly held only by an elite few, as one where the Native American population is resistant to European diseases - and nine other compelling stories charting the histories of our world.
Enter worlds so much like our own, yet so different - where everything you know... is history.
Feast your eyes on this feast of horrors. Twelve all original and never before published stories that'll make you ask who the villains really are. Under the right lens, you might find your works to be dastardly, horrible—vile.
Discover what makes a villain in Jessica West's "Villainous Origins". What happens when a hero murders and refuses to take responsibility? Find out in Meta Universe author, Tom Reynold's "Rare". If you could see a crime committed in your dreams, would you tell? Hank Garner, of podcast fame brings an all new collection of diary entries from a "Dreamer".
Read these and so many more exciting stories today for less than a quarter a story.
S. Elliot Brandis' Bloom is an eerie magical realism tale of nature and grace... and sacrifice.
Hank Garner's The Hereafter a man learns there is a price to pay for doubting everything
Jon Frater and Daniel Arthur Smith each with their own tale, journey to the heights of the Canyons of the Damned
Nobility. Self-Sacrifice. Unconditional Love. These are the qualities of the heroic animals in this collection.
The Walking Dead meets The Incredible Journey in 14 amazing tales by today’s most talented independent authors. Seven stories set in all-new dystopian landscapes. Seven stories set in the bestselling post-apocalyptic worlds of David Adams’s Symphony of War, Michael Bunker’s Pennsylvania, Nick Cole’s Wasteland Saga, Hank Garner’s Weston Files, E.E. Giorgi’s Mayake Chronicles, Deirdre Gould’s After the Cure, and Edward W. Robertson’s Breakers.
When the world ends, the humans who survive will learn an old lesson anew—that friendship with animals can make the difference between a lonely death among the debris and a life well lived, with hope for the future.
'Every story here is well-written and moving. It’s reassuring to know others have loved and lost their beloved furry or feathered friends, and glorious to see them immortalized in fiction. “Tails of the Apocalypse” is a beautifully rendered collection of stories with a fresh twist on a genre that I normally don’t even like. For me to find it so moving is a testament to the authors and their furry friends."
--5 Star Review by Carol Kean writing for Perihelion Online Science Fiction Magazine (http://perihelionsf.com/1512/reviews.htm)
Ernie Howard visits an astral plane.
Hank Garner continues the crossroads series.
Will Swardstrom tells the tale of man machine unity.
And Daniel Arthur Smith introduces The Pirate.
Kevin Lauderdale mixes Lovecraft with humor with his tale James and the Dark Grimoire
Hank Garner takes us back to Weston, where we meet an author with Writer's Block.
And Daniel Arthur Smith introduces us to The Don.
Weston is a place like every other small town you've ever been to, but in Weston the veil between this life and whatever is beyond it is a little bit thinner. Maybe it’s the intersection of Native American history, Creole Hoodoo, the infamous Crossroads, air saturated with the strains of African-American spirituals, Irish and Scottish folklore and myths brought down from Appalachia, or maybe it’s just something in the rich soil. Weston is different.
Eight stories of rural fantasy and speculative fiction, each with an introduction by the author.