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About Lee French
Lee French is a USA Today bestselling author living in Olympia, WA with two kids, two bicycles, and too much stuff. She is an avid gamer and active member of the Myth-Weavers online RPG community. Best known for her YA urban fantasy series SPIRIT KNIGHTS, she writes in a variety of fantasy and science fiction subgenres for teens and grownups.
She is an active member of SFWA and a Municipal Liaison for her NaNoWriMo region.
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Robert J. McCarter
Lou J Berger
Madison Wayward's best laid plan survived contact with the enemy. High on the rush of leading the first successful escape from the hellish nightmare of Rikor Six, she has one mission: find her uncle. The notorious Captain Wayward, the most wanted human in the sector, can protect her from the outrageous bounty on her head.
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The galaxy's tyrannical, immortal overlords must be stopped. To do it, the team will have to undertake the greatest challenge imaginable.
They'll have to convince a bunch of space pirates to work together.
Or die trying.
A warlord, a cruise ship, a splashdown, oh my. Dragons In Chains continues the story begun in Dragons In Pieces, taking Bobby to new places, new depths, and new buffets.
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Cyberpunk Little Red Riding Hood
Steampunk Hansel and Gretel
Atompunk Helen of Troy
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In Writerpunk Press's 6th anthology, we approach world myth and folklore through the lens of science fiction, with a variety of authors and perspectives. As with all previous volumes, profits generated by sales of the anthology go to benefit PAWS Animal Rescue in Lynwood, WA.
All Bobby wanted was a girl to come home to after a hard day of work. Like the last one said before she left, he was going exactly two places - no and where – and he was happy with that. But somebody had other plans for him. A murder. The Terrorist Watch List. For what? Underage drinking? Things couldn't possibly get worse. Right?
Oh yes, they could.
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Tiny robot dragons send him chasing his humanity and his future, on the trail to discovering his past and a place to call 'home'. If he's lucky, maybe he can get a beer there.
Sixteen authors each offer a tale of connection.
Featuring stories by:
William J. Cook
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Liam RW Doyle
Steven C. Schneider
Leila Rose Foreman
Connie J. Jasperson
Richard Gene Shanon
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In Undercurrents: An Anthology of What Lies Beneath, twenty-three talented authors, including New York Times bestsellers Kevin J. Anderson, Rebecca Moesta, and Jody Lynn Nye, have stood on the shores of their psyches and looked out over the ocean of possibility and wondered “What lies beneath?”
The sea creatures and sea monsters that answered their calls range from a giant kraken that rules the deepest ocean to the smallest puffer fish that creates intricate works of underwater art. Creatures of classic mythology—mermaids, sirens, and sea serpents—swim alongside more unusual beasts—underwater cats and singing whirlpools. These stories dive deep into the fears many of us face, including loss, abandonment, death, and physical, mental, or emotional danger. When the fears we keep buried beneath the surface rise up and threaten to consume, we must make a choice: conquer or be conquered.
This anthology is the fourth volume produced by the alumni of the Superstars Writing Seminar, and all royalties benefit the Don Hodge Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Now genuinely a Spirit Knight, sixteen-year-old Claire wants to know everything about the job. Fate dumps a dragon on her and she only has more questions. She knows how much she needs training and wishes she could snap her fingers to learn everything at once.
Justin can answer Claire's questions, but between his demanding young daughters, his sarcastic horse, and the recent loss of his own mentor, he'd rather just be a Knight. No one told him adopting an apprentice would devour all his free time and dredge up the past.
In this sequel to Girls Can't Be Knights, Claire and Justin face dragons, ghosts, witches, echoes, and memories. Their survival and the fate of Portland may depend on Justin's intellect.
Now that the Spirit Knights' demesne has accepted sixteen-year-old Claire
into the order, she only has to convince all its Knights she belongs. Forced
into a test to prove her worth, she discovers more than anyone wants her to.
Meanwhile, Justin runs around playing janitor. He made some big messes.
Cleaning them up puts him on a new path, one he never imagined his
future could hold. All on Thanksgiving.
In this third installment of the SPIRIT KNIGHTS series, Claire thinks she
knows what must be done to save herself and the world from the plague of
ghosts the Spirit Knights leave behind.
If she’s wrong, there may be nothing left to save.
...Nobody told Claire.
Can she survive proving them wrong?
After 6 difficult years in Portland's foster care system, sixteen-year-old Claire has given up all her dreams. Hope and trust? What are those?
But she'll need both.
Portland has a ghost problem, and it doesn't care about her issues.
Armed with a magical locket, the only thing she has left of her family, will Claire find the strength to accept the help offered by a would-be mentor?
You'll love this heartwarming young adult urban fantasy because finding family is best done in strange places.
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You’re not going to feel cohesiveness reading this thing. It’s not going to be several stories hitting the same note. But you are going to experience a wider panoply of stories than you would in other anthologies.
And as to what you make of them, or what stories they may inspire in you? Well…that’s your cow.
Death didn't solve anything for Claire. Now condemned to an eternity of roaming the Earth as a sixteen-year-old, she has to figure out this whole ghost thing from the other side. Lesson one: memories are power. Lesson two: this sucks.
Drew has no idea how to handle the loss of his best--and only--friend. With the questionable guidance and help of the ghost possessing him, he's trying. He's really trying.
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