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Elizabeth Bathory
Price: $3.99 $0.99 USD. (75% off until Dec. 31!) Words: 11,710. Language: English. Published: July 6, 2013 by Dragonfly Publishing, Inc.. Categories: Plays » Medieval, Plays » Ancient & Classical
When Elizabeth Báthory discovers that the blood of maidens will keep her young, she sets off on a bloody killing spree that lasts for years and results in the deaths of hundreds. [A play in five scenes and based on a true story | Drama (PG) released in 2012 by Dragonfly Publishing, Inc. | Available in ebook and print]
Orpheus and Eurydice
Price: $3.99 $0.99 USD. (75% off until Dec. 31!) Words: 6,430. Language: English. Published: July 6, 2013 by Dragonfly Publishing, Inc.. Categories: Plays » Ancient & Classical, Plays » Medieval
When Eurydice finds herself in Hades she is mocked and tormented by demons. Can her husband rescue her before the fiends of Hell destroy her last spark of humanity? Can Eurydice and Orpheus overcome the wrath of the Queen of the Dead? [Drama / Dramatic Verse (PG) 70 pages | Released in 2012 by Dragonfly Publishing, Inc. | Available in print and ebook]
MacBeth: His Own Tale
Series: No Fear Shakespeare Novels ยท Historical Novels. Price: $2.99 $1.50 USD. (50% off until Jan. 1, 2020!) Words: 19,840. Language: English. Published: March 6, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Historical » Medieval, Plays » Shakespeare
Come and read it again, but for the first time in MacBeth's own words! Through a mixture of verse and prose, W.Wm.Mee makes Shakespeare's most hated villain come to life! MacBeth himself comes back to tell his own version of 'the wickedest play ever penned', giving reasons why he did what he did and who he did it for!