The third Tin Universe middle grade book finds our heroes, friends, and family going up against cracks in "not" reality, creepy childrens, and threats to those they love. Clear Cut has never faced these sort of stakes before and will not come out of it without a lot of scars.
A First Shot Fired: Part Five and April installments of Tin Universe Daily all for the low price of FREE!! Plus this month bonus 8 page comic book script story from the unpublished Tin Universe archives.
The second Tin Universe middle grade book bring Mildred and her friends a story where Sasha investigate strangers in town, Aisha is just happy someone else is dealing with sidekick leftover duties, and Mildred deals with Clear Cut wildlife going weird, including the football team.
Here in #17 you get eight stories including short stories, vignettes, and even a TV pilot script written and released in 2012 and collected as SUSHI WRITING WITH CROWD EDITING 2012. 30,000 words normally for $1.00usd but here you get it for free.
Introducing The Shaman Of The Earth Maker and the return of The Pearl. “Every sentient species has a secret joy in thinking they are the most creative harbingers of death but each and every one cowers in corners to what the natural order of things can do.”
An idea shouted has to be heard to mean something, “Ladies and gentlemen may I have your attention..." Billings Montana is about to become the center of a certain kind of revolution. Tin Universe Monthly #16 brings you the start of a hero. The story of a symbol and an call that will shape a city with triumph and tragedy.
For a long time the subject of Beyond Humans has been one that for the most part has been a stable stance across the world but that’s about to change in big ways. Also Canadian sisters in a small town.
The Tin Universe Monthly 2014 Easter Special gives you stories about mud rain and killer cults, and a conversation that mentions Zardoz. There's also Zombies! Ok, Zombie! Sorry, just one. I so fail at zombie day.
The monthly Tin Universe free story series continues as you are taken on a journey of the inner workings of the Tin Universe and perception. The ways in which some people are beginning to see all of creation and that insight might be the only thing to save everything... like in everything everything.
The monthly Tin Universe free story series continues as we get some back story on one of the universes youngest villains and hints about things to comes. Featuring moments with Joanna Osip, The Black Friar, and The Dead Of Nechiansmere.
Someone is zombifying athletes at Clear Cut High School in Utah. Lucky the school has its own young superhero in the person of Mildred Betbeze to try and figure out what's going on. Pep rallies, cheerleaders, new kids in the neighborhood are just some of things our hero and her sidekick slash best friend Aisha have to deal with in the first book in Tin Universe's new middle grade series.
School For The Blind 2.0 is the re-release of a cut chapter vignette from The Past Forward that focuses on a dream of a character at the beginning of her journey to becoming one of the greatest heroes of the Tin Universe. And it has new cover!!!
Dhaka 2.0 is the re-release of a cut chapter vignette from The Past Forward that focuses on a dream of a character that will have a great impact on the future of the whole Tin Universe. And it has new cover!!!
FLIGHT OF THE COMING STORM 2.0
What are the small everyday events for a hero that are very big? A solo tale about the hero Pulpy.
THE DAWGS OF WAR
Following on from events seen in Stereo 2.0 comes this story of what happen to The Dawgs Of War after Death waved his hands to set their destiny in motion.
Karen, Jeff, and Fox set their minds to some quite time in the Smokey Mountains but a battle is brewing that will throw their lives around like a rag doll in a hurricane. Part Three of The Hillbilly Jungle.
THE PAST FORWARD In this book for the most part you will find people saying things like: “I’m old enough to make my own underwear choices.” And “Can I kick your ass and it be ok if the ERA passes? I’m a supporter if you say yes.” And probably way too many pop culture references. Anything else on the high or low brow measure is highly due to delusions of grandeur on the part of the writer.