Dragon Writers: An Anthology featuring “Manifest”
Dragons are creatures of legend. Of magic. Of wisdom, nature, and the power of creation. They have been in every culture and mythology since the beginning of time.
Writers are creatures of legend. With magic, wisdom, and the power of creation at their fingertips. They, too, are in every culture and have been creating their own mythologies since the beginning of time.
Within each writer is the power of a dragon. . . . The power of creation.
Gathered together are twenty-six stories from writers who dared to tame this power, including New York Times best-selling authors Brandon Sanderson, Jody Lynn Nye, Todd McCaffrey, and David Farland. Through fantasy, sci-fi, romance, and poetry, this anthology celebrates the magic and majesty of dragons, writers, and creativity.
Within these pages, you’ll find dragons who fly through space, who raise hatchlings, who carry the power of life and death. Some dragons are even featured as swords, planes, and origami creatures.
Dragon Writers is a special collection where magic and myth combine to create something legendary.
All profits benefit the Don Hodge Memorial Scholarship fund for the Superstars Writing Seminar.
A Game of Horns: A Red Unicorn Anthology featuring “Scrapyard Paradise”
Red. The color of blood, of war, of passion—and of a new unicorn herd.
A Game of Horns: A Red Unicorn Anthology has gathered 21 original stories about red unicorns from famous and soon-to-be-famous authors, including New York Times best-selling authors Jody Lynn Nye and David Farland. Some stories feature physical unicorns; most do not. Some unicorns are kind; most are not.
From a battlefield to a candy store, from zombie unicorns in rural America to telepathic unicorns on the dark side of Europa, from the fantastical past to the possible future, no creative avenue or conflict remains unexplored by these talented storytellers.
Pick a story. Take a chance. And play A Game of Horns.
All profits benefit the Don Hodge Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Tales of the Fourth World
Spear Mother: A Tale of the Fourth World
Sandrena of the Mist Clan has been chosen for an impossible task: to kill an ancient god bent on consuming the Fourth World. Failure leads to the destruction of mankind. Yet even success could end in true death for Sandrena and her five companions.
Armed only with a magical spear whose power she can’t unlock and plagued by memories of a life she never lived, Sandrena must bind her group together if any of them hope to survive.
She must become Spear Mother.
“The story was well written and I was pulled into Sandrena’s story… I would definitely read more of Brandon M. Lindsay’s work.” – 2 Book Lovers Reviews
“There were places where I felt the book was BRILLIANT in terms of the concept and the end really blew my socks off.” – The Bookish Foodie Reviews
Dark Tree: A Tale of the Fourth World
When the Dark Tree comes, people start dying.
Only Mirek, a tired old guardsman in Suridruun, seems to be able to see the Tree and know what it portends. His sole comfort is that the Tree always disappears after a few days, taking with it the murderous rage it instills in the hearts of men.
But this time, it is not leaving without him.
“A snappy and extremely well-written fantasy story.” – bestchaplit.com (see full review here)
“Original and engrossing! … Dark Tree has everything I seek in fantasy fiction; original, diverse range of characters, interesting and unique world-building, and action packed fight scenes.” – Amazon review
The Clans: Tales of the Fourth World
The Fourth World is ending. Brother Willfonde, the man destined to save it, is dead. Yet he left behind six clues—one historical text from each clan—in the hope that someone could finish what he started. Or so it is believed.
Led by a novice named Kularro, a group of young geniuses is tasked to find what the Magisters of the Church of the Overarch could not: an answer to the riddle of Willfonde’s six texts. Will they be able to find a way to save their world? Or is Willfonde’s final message one of despair?
“An enjoyable read.” – bestchaplit.com (see full review here)