Apocalypse-definition: the complete final destruction of the world, especially as described from the Book of Revelation in The Bible; an event involving destruction or damage on an awesome or catastrophic level.
Eighteen bestselling and award-winning authors have contributed their visions of the apocalypse.
Uncharted Worlds: Xeno Encounters
Stories by New York Times bestsellling and award winning authors: Michael A. Stackpole, Jeff DePew, Matthew Costello, Lance Taubold, Patrick Freivald, Ed DeAngelis, Thomas F. Monteleone, Aidan Russell, F. Paul Wilson, and Richard Devin
Never Fear - The Tarot: Do You Really Want To Know?
13Thirty Books asked twenty-six authors to agree to write stories based on the Tarot, with the cards determining which stories the authors would write.
Over the course of several months we reached out to some of the best genre authors and proposed our idea.
Once we had our authors, we took a tarot deck and a list of all twenty-six names.
The Excelsior Hotel and Casino. Built in Las Vegas in 1960 by mobster Louis “The Lip” LaFica.
For decades the towering hotel has been the subject of incredible stories and rumors that have kept it in the public eye the world around.
Why have so many lovers been mysteriously, magically, magnetically drawn to this magnificent edifice?
Twenty-Two Tales of Christmas Terror ranging from ancient Iceland to modern-day Iraq by New York Times Bestselling and award-winning authors, including: a new ghost story by Heather Graham, a Repairman Jack Christmas adventure by F. Paul Wilson, a spine tingling tale by master of horror Thomas F. Monteleone, and a special tale of Christmas wonder by Jon Land
For those who like their stories on the darker side ...
19 Stories of phobia from New York Times Bestselling master suspense authors F.Paul Wilson and Heather Graham with a "krewe" of dynamic award winning story tellers.