FOUNTABLE II - - RELEASED|
Terry Martin continues his series about the slightly unrepentant math savants. After taking down one Galactic Emperor, and paying the high price, what could possibly entice them to do it again?
Finally, a volume where the slightly unrepentant math savants do not have to battle against the Emperor of the Galaxy. Once again, however, politics seeks out Tervan and his group an distracts them from getting on with their further researches into the amazing new math they have been developing. And though the trouble is not with an Emperor, the escapee is the former Emperor they ousted in volume one. And this guy wants to start trouble. But Tervan is aided by a new ally, but one that he does have that much faith in. Can he really trust his brother-in-law?
A TOUGH NUT TO CRACK - - RELEASED|
FLYERS OF CONDOR - - RELEASED
THE MISSION - - RELEASED
THE TIXE SYNDROME
STAR WARS HOAX
The works of Rod Martin (1928-1992) are being prepared for publication on kindle as soon as the editorial process is complete.
ASSAULT ON HELL - - the Script version has been RELEASED|
the novel version is nearing completion now
Volk Presmaren calls this tale "science fantasy". The U. S. Army has discovered the realm of Satan is actually a parallel universe, and the demons have discovered a way to keep the door open on a more permanent basis.
THE EVIDENCE FOR THE EXISTENCE OF THE MYTHOLOGICAL UNITED STATES - - RELEASED|
Norman Scozzafova's interesting "historical" text from the future that happens to mention the wizard Anaboraxus, the subject of his previous work. He is also finishing the sequel in the Anaboraxus series, Wizard on the Run.
A WASTE OF TIME|
Ralph A. Thomas' next science fiction novel proves that he cannot seem to leave time travel alone. And neither can this visitor from the future.
Norman X. Scozzafova worked for several years to bring this set of characters to the screen (both big and little) and is now developing it for the world of print.
OVER THE WALL|
Terry Wayne Martin's first novel not in the Fountable series, about three juveniles escaping a dystopic society to find that the world was nothing like they had been told it was.
Volk Presmaren gets slightly experimental in this rather warped, time-justing, existential novel of the battle for the afterlife.
CULT OF THE BLACK LOTUS|
The black lotus is a very rare plant and its medicinal properties are legion. But then its psychotropic uses makes it prone to being controlled by certain people who want to reap a fortune. Muldaur doesn't care about any of that, she just wants revenge on the drug lords who killed her parents.
YOUNG WIZARD ON THE RUN|
Anaboraxus has to find a safe place for his group of wizards to set up a community, and learn to interact with others. After centuries of hiding from their mortal enemies, the tribe of Pi'esuref have to come out of hiding and flourish. But the young wizard has his own problems to overcome as well.
BEAMISH BOYS - - RELEASED|
Leif Baumann's expansion of the classic Lewis Carroll poem, Jabberwocky wherein a lad goes after the beast that is terrorizing the area. His interpretation is slightly different than the usual story told.
HEROES OF BEDLAM|
Anise Barboza treats us to a look inside the famous insane asylum in its heyday in the 1830's. There is a denomic threat lose in the world that only the inmates can bring down.
CONVERSATIONS WITH THE ALMIGHTY|
James Allocar shows us that making contact with the Almighty is easier than you think. And receiving confirmation of such contact is as easy to see. In fact, he contends, the conversation is wide and continuous, if you only know what to look for.
Jim Wayne's tale of ancient Britain, from the period of the early Roman occupation of the island. A daughter of Boudica has survived the awesome battle against the Roman cammander Aulus Plautinus and is sold into slavery. She becomes a gladiatrix and thinks only to win her freedom and return home. About the time she obtains the long-awaited prize, she discovers her sister had also survived and became a gladiatrix as well, but she has won her freedom some time before and has no interest in returning home. Though the younger cannot understand this refusal to go home, they can at least agree it is good to see one another alive.
EIGHTEEN PAGES MORE|
Fenway Braxton returns to the tale of John Wilkes Booth and the reporter, Donald Ethridge, to catch up the tale eighteen years after the end of Eighteen Pages. Booth's earlier summation of the conspiracy has been set aside and he is able to answer all the reporter's questions about what happened that fateful Good Friday in Washington. But now, the actor needs the reporter's help in piecing together the final bit of the puzzle and they must travel to Texas to close the books on the mystery.
THE PLOT TO KILL JOHN WILKES BOOTH - - RELEASED|
Fenway Braxton draws up the notes of research for his two novles about Booth (Eighteen Pages and Eighteen Pages More) to discuss several plots going on in Washington in 1865. Yes, they all hinge together, but the one least touched on by many - and overlooked completely by most - was the plot to kill John Wilkes Booth. Eisenschimyl was correct in pointing the finger at Stanton, but NOT for the assassination, just the cover-up. So, if he was not involved in the killing of Lincoln...? Why did Booth have to die?
PRISONERS OF EDEN|
Fenway Braxton's tale about a disaster forecast being disastrously handled by the government. Several scientists squirreled away in order to survive the holocaust have figured out a way to possibly circumvent the end of the world. Now if only the government will stop trying to thwart their rescue efforts.
Richard Gaunt takes us behind the scenes at a popular ghost hunting television series and into the lives of the primary paranormal investigators. One of the men always deflects the question of his motivation for doing this sort of thing by claiming it is "personal". But the question lingers: How personal? And why?
IF THE WORLD'S A VILLAGE, I'M ITS IDIOT - - RELEASED|
Carlton Welsh is feeling a bit marginalized today. He blames the technology. Rather he blames the technology coming at an ever increasing rate, faster than he can assimilate it. As he says: he doesn't facebook, he doesn't tweet... hell, he doesn't even text!
R • 3 • R|
Angela Parsons takes the summer of from college and goes to visit her grandfather in London. The grandmother has recently passed away and, with his recent retirement, Angela wanted to make sure he was getting along all right. His ex-employer, Scotland Yard, interrupts his retirement for some information on a very old case he had worked on near the start of his career. As Angela is majoring in police sciences, she tags along to get a few pointers. But the plot they unravel will probably be unequalled in America... their history does not stretch back as far as the starting of this case. Wesley Thanderin plans this as the first in a series with Angela Parsons, detective.
ON THE HEAD OF A PIN|
Morris Thyme's next tale concerns a terrorist, a rather big name in Al Quaeda, who wishes to defect to America and he does this by calling the American Embassy in Paris. The Security chief is pleased at the offering but is surprised to find out the man is not in Paris. And he will only defect if they bring along his wife... And she is currently being held in a cell in Munich. Undaunted, the Security attache and the clerk race to Munich to finagle the woman out of German custody and race her to Baghdad to entice her husband into defection. Oh, if it were only that simple!
SWORDS AND SAUCERY|
Griselda is a chef's apprentice. When she is captured by a dragon, she is forced to cook for the other prisoners so they can be fattened up for his eating pleasure. Her culinary skills introduce him to a finer cuisine than charred meat and she parleys this into freedom for the captives. She really should not feel any loyalty toward the dragon but she stays in his employ. And when he becomes excited about an opportunity, she smells a rat. Should she help the guy or assist in his demise?