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Although Stephanie Barr is a slave to three children and a slew of cats, she actually leads a double life as a part time novelist and full time rocket scientist. People everywhere have learned to watch out for fear of becoming part of her stories. Beware! You might be next!
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Innocent by Shereen Vedam
The Wrong Bitch by Stephanie Barr
Nerra’s Story by Mirren Hogan
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Judgment by N. M. Zoltack
The Iron Heart by Stacey Jaine McIntosh
Mortal Sword by Joe Quackenboss
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The castle's caretaker couldn't help her though he's just was trapped as she was. He was also a crazy, eclectic, shameless man with no pretensions to beauty except for his expressive eyes. So, why did he set her aflame?
Those stupid cats got her into this. Maybe they can help her out.
These were women who needed no one to take care of them. Until now.
It wasn’t enough that Jenri women had been stolen, including his wife, Layla It wasn't enough that those who had stolen them had nefarious plans. And phenomenal magic powers. And could escape in seconds. And an underground fortress in the midst of frozen mountains so cold Tander was afraid he’d shatter if he stumbled one more time. It wasn’t enough that he was surrounded by angry husbands worried about their wives and willing to take their tempers out on him if he was leading them in the wrong direction. It wasn’t enough that he was also surrounded by the remaining women from his tribe who were equally angry and more than capable of kicking his butt.
No, on top of all those little issues, he discovered he's no longer “just” an extraordinary swordsman, but also a great and powerful sorcerer with absolutely no idea how to use his powers. He was not just any sorcerer, either, but one chosen by six tiny kitten familiars who did know how to use his powers and who had no problem telling him. All the time. While they demanded to be carried all over his person, purring and taking inopportune naps. He didn’t want these powers or a flock of noisy but helpful kittens, but he was going to need them. He'd need all the skills and talents he and his companions possess in order to save their women—and Layla.
But we love you, Tander! Solace insisted, purring and licking his neck.
Things have got to get better soon.
So, why now? Why couldn't he just leave without suddenly falling for someone? And, if he was going to care, why did it have to be the Tarot Queen, that invaluable resource our kings have considered their exclusive property?
So, we're not just losing Dante but also the Tarot Queen? I don't need a handful of cards to tell me that's going to cause nothing but trouble, and for Dante probably most of all. Well, and me, of course, since I'll be dragged in to try to get them back. Because there are people who will move heaven and earth to keep Dante.
And they sure aren't letting the Tarot Queen loose. The Gods only know what will happen.
Cops and maintenance personnel in wheelchairs.
Taking on bad guys with only one leg or no arms.
It's not what you are that makes you something special. It's who you choose to be.
Seventeen stories about people who rise above anything that tries to stop them, even their own limitations.
With stories by Stephanie Barr, Misha Burnett, J. A. Busick, Adam David Collings, Steve Curry, Scott G. Gibson, Joyce Hertzoff, Jane Jago, Clarence Jennelle, Jeanette O'Hagan, Layla Pinkett, Jen Ponce, Connor Sassmannshausen, Lynne Stringer, E. M. Swift-Hook, Margret Treiber, Andy Zach.
Coordinated by Stephanie Barr with all proceeds to go to the Special Olympics
Follow Melan as she navigates the dangerous shoals of her own power, finds her own vengeance, and struggles for the benefit of those that beg her for readings, but her child, and even the child of the only man she ever loved.
Find also a story to introduce Dante da Silva and his methods for success.
Xana was a slave.
Fylyx and Xylyx, well, defy description.
What brings them all together?
Delicate Dangerous Queens - Saldomar has lived the life of a solitary mage until an unfortunate even washes him on shore, all but dead. But all but dead is still alive. Find out how he finds his familiar and a reason to take a companion.
Not a Doxy - There's nothing the assassin, Cristo, hates more than the sound of women or children crying. But how do you help a green girl who's coming face to face with the evil sorcerer who is Cristo's own nightmare. Not that she's crying...yet.
Hidden Treasure - Denra agrees that the town she's guarding will be attacked, but she can't rid her mind of the thought she's waiting at the wrong place--and her only help when she finds the real point of attack is a pretty cantankerous amputee. How can they possible hold off the attack by themselves?
Not Quite a Knight - Tasked to protect the area from the demons and monsters that seem to be coming far more often, Riko happens upon people who refuse to let him do his job alone--and it's a damn good thing.