Allen Taylor is the publisher at Garden Gnome Publications and editor of the Biblical Legends Anthology Series. He has authored several digital poetry chapbooks and fiction books and continues to work as a journalist and commercial blog content writer.
If you are a writer or business leader with a desire to become a published author, E-book Publishing: Create Your Own Brand of Digital Books will give you step-by-step detailed instructions on how to publish your books in the various digital formats as an independent author. This is a good book for fiction and nonfiction writers alike.
Lohir is lured into the forest by a gnome to search for his lost limerent, a rubberflesh girl he loves and knows will never love him back. Will they reconnect and negotiate their differences? Will they finally solemniate their limerence and live together in disunited bliss?
Speculative fiction authors imagine how Sodom & Gomorrah were destroyed, and what happened to its citizens during and after the calamitous rain that ransacked it. This is apocalyptic fiction at its finest from some of the best authors on the planet.
Speculative short stories, flash fiction, a poem, and an essay explore the denizens of the Garden of Eden beyond the well-known Adam, Eve, and the Serpent. You've never imagined the Garden quite like this before.
In August 2009 I published one Twitter poem per day (except one) for an entire month. Sorry, I forgot that day.
Still, as a part of a six-month long Twitter poems experiment, August Twitpoems rock harder and louder than all the rest. Even in their quiet humility.
30 poems published over the course of one month, one poem per day for 30 days. Each poem consists of 140 characters or less and ranging from the profound to the absurd. Silly, witty, thoughtful, and poetic. Each poem is its own gem.
These 30 short poems were first published on Twitter as a part of the #twitpoem project. Each poem is 140 characters or less. Allen Taylor's wacky, whimsical sense of humor comes through in these short lyrical verses. You won't be able to get enough.
Jake's monthly anthologies are great fun and good reading. His selections in stories are awesome. For a 16-year-old editor, he really knows what he's doing. I'd recommend any of his anthologies and especially the Bizarro anthology.
Great stories. I tried Jake's Punk Anthology just to see what kind of editor he was so I could determine whether or not to send him stories for another anthology. His story selections are awesome. Because he satisfied me with this anthology, I went ahead and submitted stories to his Bizarro anthology and purchased it as well. I'm on my way now to buy another anthology. Jake's got class.
I really liked this book. I liked it better than the other Sexy Briefs book: Tasty Little Tails. The stories are all vivid and creative. Some of them are a little bizarre, but I like bizarre. If you are more a plain vanilla kind of sexaholic, then these may not be for you (although I'd say you'll likely find at least one story you'll like no matter your tastes).
If you like erotica, these stories can't be beat for free.
I almost didn't read Sexy Briefs: Knickers In A Twist because I found Tasty Little Tails to be somewhat mediocre. There are a couple of good stories here, but one or two I found were poorly written. Still, for free, it's a nice read and a good introduction to each of the authors.