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About Rhiannon Lotze
Rhiannon Lotze is a Canadian author from Windsor, Ontario, which means she's 97% maple syrup and 3% Timbit. Her published works include the short stories "Barrens and Brine," "Non-Prophet," and "Rattenfänger," as well as the short story collection "Of Gods and Myth." Rhiannon is also an avid reader and camper, and her favourite place to do both is on the shores of Lake Huron.
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In "Tentacles Attack!" movie set designer John Fjord is down on his luck and desperate to land a job with a production company in old Hollywood. His fate will be sealed by two chance encounters: one with true love, the other with ultimate evil.
In "Cthulhu Chicks," Kevin and Dale head to a fan convention to meet twin starlets Stacey and Vanessa. Much to the young men's delight, they hit it off with the starlets, who agree to a double date. However, the starry-eyed fans soon discover that truth is stranger than fiction, and far more terrifying.
In "Y'ha-ntlei Rising," friends Drew and Mike sneak onto the set of a new horror movie. Drew is there to catch a glimpse of the stars, while Mike cares only about finding his girlfriend, who was hired as an extra and hasn't returned his calls in days. Both men encounter more than they'd bargained for on this unconventional modern movie set.
Innsmouth Cinema: An Eldritch Triple Feature is a Mannison Triplet by Rhiannon Lotze, Ronald Linson, and Tim Mendees, published by Mannison Press.
Genres include horror, psychological horror, science fiction, and speculative fiction with moods ranging from sweet and heartwarming to disturbing and horrific.
Featuring all original stories by:
K. B. Bailey
Benjamin Michael Greene
Deidre J Owen
"The Good, the Bad, and the Cute: The Secret Ways of Dolls" is a Mannison Minibook Anthology published by Mannison Press, LLC.
Some stories contain depictions of violence and disturbing allusions to the deaths of young persons. Discretion is advised.
But immortality comes with a cost, one which he is unwilling to acknowledge until anti-SimBod activist Nora comes into his life. Together, they set about repairing the damage done by his indiscriminate experiments...that is, until Nora grows sick with an incurable disease, and the only way to save her is to find a cure or turn her into the thing she abhors most.
"I Am Become Death" by Rhiannon Lotze is a novella published by Mannison Press, LLC.