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About Rebecca M. Senese
Based in Toronto, Canada, I write horror, science fiction and mystery/crime, often all at once in the same story. Garnering an Honorable Mention in "The Year's Best Science Fiction" and nominated for numerous Aurora Awards, my work has appeared in Obsessions: An Anthology of Original Fiction, Fiction River: Visions of the Apocalypse, Fiction River: Superpowers, Fiction River: Visions of the Apocalypse, Fiction River: Sparks, Fiction River: Recycled Pulp, the anthology Tesseracts 16: Parnassus Unbound, the anthology Tesseracts 15: A Case of Quite Curious Tales, the anthology Imaginarium 2012, the anthology Ride the Moon, the TransVersions anthology, Deadbolt Magazine, On Spec, The Vampire's Crypt, Storyteller, Reflection's Edge, the anthology Future Syndicate, and Into the Darkness, amongst others.
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Maeve Hemlock, lead detective, rests her boots on her desk as she taunts her partner, Trevel, who hurries to finish his overdue reports. Maeve looks forward to a relaxing weekend while Trevel suffers.
Until a call about a dead boy ruins the weekend for both of them.
Not just any regular boy. The eldest son of the mayor. And a werewolf.
Can Maeve find the killer before they take another life?
Urban fantasy with an edge, the stories of Crossroad City weave tales where magic and the normal world collide. Where detective Maeve Hemlock and the Spells and Misdemeanours Bureau struggle to keep the law and the magic in check to save all.
Your itinerary of short flights includes:
Watcher Ghost by Linda Maye Adams
In Search of the Perfect Cup by Russ Crossley
Chimere by Marcelle Dube
Finder by Michael Jasper
The Bear in the Cable-Knit Sweater by Robert Jeschonek
Unsafe, Unsound by Kate MacLeod
Ghosting by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
Moon Spell by Rita Schulz
By Her Hand, She Draws You Down by Douglas Smith
The Librarian by Blaze Ward
And some package deals (collections!):
One Horn to Rule Them All by Lisa Mangum (ed.)
The Cache and Other Stories by Sherry D. Ramsey
Decision Points by Bryan Thomas Schmidt (ed.)
Bad Ends by Rebecca Senese
S, F & H by Harvey Stanbrough
“If you haven’t checked out Fiction River yet, you should. There’s something for everyone.”
—Keith West, Adventures Fantastic
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“Dead Fred” by Liz Pierce
“Under the Skin” by Leslie Claire Walker
“Subpar Super” by Lee Allred
“Terrors” by Deb Logan
“And Through the Haze You See Your God” by Chuck Heintzelman
“The Laser Point” by Diana Benedict
“Timeless” by Thomas K. Carpenter
“The Weaver” by Michele Lang
“Roxie” by Annie Reed
“Moonshine” by Kim May
“Murklyn” by Sharon Joss
“A Family to Choose” by Rebecca M. Senese
“Impressions in the Snow” by Mark Leslie
“Salem Week” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
“Ignite the Night” by Dayle A. Dermatis
Seeking answers, seeking revenge, seeking a cure to affliction, seeking blood, seeking answers or seeking love—a gathering of beasts abounds. Dare you walk beneath the moonlight?
Table of Contents
1. "By Howl & Claw" by Rebecca M. Senese
2. "Spirit Dance" by Douglas Smith
3. "Big Bad Wolf" by Annie Reed
4. "Badlands" by Michele Lang
5. "Family, Pack" by Michael Jasper
6. "Serpent's Foe" by J.M. Ney-Grimm
7. "The Night Mischief Became a Real Cat" by Annie Reed
8. "Silver Light" by Rita Schulz
9. "Wolf Warlock" by Meyari McFarland
10. "Stolen by the Werewolf" by AJ Tipton
11. "Beware the Easter Moon" by De Kenyon
12. "Moon Spell" by Rita Schulz
Nuns. With Guns.
I challenged folks to give me a story with that as their theme. Here are nearly twenty authors who answered that crazy call, ranging from fantasy to science fiction. Modern. Historic. Urban fantasy and gritty realism.
Come with us now on an amazing journey into other lands and other minds, as we explore what it means to first become a nun, and then to take up the sword.
Or the gun.
Part of the Blaze Ward Presents anthology series, be sure to pick up An Interpretation of Moles and I Like My Science...MAD! wherever you get your books.
Book 2 of the Beyond Saga, "Beyond Bounds" is a 58,000 word novel.
But when a friend’s nephew, Robbie, calls about a disappearance at his arts camp, private detective Noel Kringle heads off to summer camp to investigate.
Because not only did a boy disappear. No one remembers him. Not the counsellors. Not the other boys.
Leaving Noel with questions and no answers. And a lingering dread that not even the bright summer sun dissipates.
Mystery with a dash of fantasy, Noel Kringle mixes Christmas and sleuthing in a tale of magic and suspense.
Book 3 of the Beyond Saga, “Beyond Limits” is 73,300 word novel.
Corporate magnet Reginald Breckworth hires master Tracker Devon Fisher for a routine job: find his missing daughter, Chandra. But Devon learns no one knows the real Chandra. Least of all her father. How can Devon find a mystery girl who doesn’t want to be found?
Stranded on a space station, renegade Assassin Nadia hides from the Tracker following her, Devon. Killing him would be easy. Tempting. Overwhelming. Desperate to resist her nature as Devon closes in, Nadia finds it harder and harder to fight the overpowering urge to kill.
But when Marshall, the school’s pushy bully, challenges her to visit the old Hawthorn manner, how can she say no? So up the stairs she goes. Ignoring the chill in the air. The warning from her friend. The threat of the ghosts or monsters that might lurk behind the old door.
Anna must brave the darkness inside and come back with proof. Or not come back at all.
A creepy horror story of a brave girl and her willingness to pay The Visit. Beware of the old house on the street.
Paranormal detective, Amanda Dark, seeks answers at the haunted Moonrise Diner from the ghost of her dead uncle.
Dean Wesley Smith asks the question, can a ghost and a superhero find true happiness and sex and stop a few killers along the way?
When Helmie—a pampered Persian cat worth millions—goes missing, the estate hires not one but two investigators to find him.
Lead detective Maeve Hemlock arrives at a crime scene at the banks of the Incantation River to find the remains of a human liver containing magic residue. What creature would kill and leave a liver behind?
A vampire princess detective fights for the survival of her race.
Table of Contents
1. "Big Hairy Deal" by Russ Crossley
2. "Moonrise Diner" by Russ Crossley
3. "Silk Spider: Behind the Eight-Ball" by J. D. Brink
4. "The Machine" by Blaze Ward
5. "Butterfly Stomp" by Michael Warren Lucas
6. "To Each Her Own" by Rebecca M. Senese
7. "Addicted to Love" by Sherry D. Ramsey
8. "Helmie" by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
9. "The Cop Car" by Dean Wesley Smith
10. "Dark Night" by Rita Schulz
“…a unique collection 15 tales worthy of the Fiction River name. … Don’t miss Recycled Pulp for a great set of unique and fast-paced tales of the imagination!”
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“The Revolt of the Philosophers of Fomalhaut” by Phaedra Weldon
“Marvelous Contrivances of the Heart” by Cat Rambo
“The Flower of the Tabernacle” by Annie Reed
“Lost in the Tarnished Cube” by Thomas K. Carpenter
“Crypt of the Metal Ghouls” by Angela Penrose
“The Imperfect Otter Empire” by Dayle A. Dermatis
“The Unknowable Mansion of the Night” by Sandra M. Odell
“The Portal of Wrong Love” by Dean Wesley Smith
“Sacred Poet from the Future” by Kelly Cairo
“Swamp of the Prehistoric Clan” by Christy Fifield
“The Magnificent Citadel” by Rebecca M. Senese
“Night of the Dancing Champions” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
“The Delicatessen from Beyond the Monolith” by Lisa Silverthorne
“Prism of the Crab Gods” by Kelly Washington
“The Gleaming Crater” by Thea Hutcheson