Mark Stone

Biography

Mark Stone splits his time between the United States and Spain with his greatest inspiration, his wife Cinta – an author, editor, and Spanish-English translator.

He has written award-winning Flash Fiction and is now a novelist. While writing tales mostly of Fantasy and Sword & Sorcery, he sometimes ventures into other areas; namely, Western Horror and Historical Fiction, the last in the near future.

Most of his stories are based in Calasade, a fantasy world heavily influenced by Ancient Rome and the Medieval period.

Please refer to http://www.authormarkstone.com for keeping up-to-date on his writings.

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Books

Gunslinger Greed: A Weird Western Tale
Price: Free! Words: 9,280. Language: English. Published: October 10, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Horror » Weird fiction, Fiction » Fantasy » Historical
Earl C. Wade, gunslinger he is, he ain’t for everybody. Ornery cuss. Ill-tempered. Twisted. Dark. Sick. Bad man, though he’s not the scariest thing you’ll come upon roamin’ these pages.
Calasade: Sanguinem Isle - Ancient Roman Fantasy
Series: Calasade. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 51,350. Language: English. Published: September 20, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » General, Fiction » Mystery & detective » General
Getting the woman can return him the past. Saving the girl stolen could grant him a future. Choosing one will cost the other everything.
Calasade: Wayward (Greco-Roman Fantasy Graphic Novel)
Series: Calasade. Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 1,010. Language: English. Published: January 3, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Graphic novels & comics » Fantasy, Fiction » Graphic novels & comics » Horror
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After the deaths of her parents, Cristiana Rowe comes down from her mountain home in search of companionship and shelter. She finds it. Or rather, it finds her. Now all she wants to do is escape from the nightmare in which she’s been imprisoned.

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  • A Foreigner in London on March 24, 2013

    The trouble with a lot of shorts is there simply is no time to get emotionally invested in them. With "A Foreigner in London" that is DEFINITELY not an issue. Beyond beautifully written, "A Foreigner in London" seeps into your heart from the very first words. You will be moved. You will have no choice but to be moved. This short story is (in a word) astounding.
  • Never Again on Oct. 31, 2014

    This story brings home with startling clarity how life can get twisted. Wonderfully written from the mysterious beginning to the chilling end.