Ben Stahl


Ben Stahl has loved stories and valued sharing creativity his entire life. Now, he’s decided to pull some of the heroes, villains, monsters, hopeless situations, and shining triumphs out of his head and put them on paper (or screen) for all to enjoy. His focus is on science fiction and fantasy, and some of his favorite books include the works of Hugh Howey, Orson Scott Card, Terry Goodkind, and Joe Halderman.

Ben likes to think of himself as a laid-back geek. When not writing, he enjoys gaming of nearly all sorts, reading, and painting. He lives in Raleigh, NC with his girlfriend and two Chihuahuas.

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Mercury, Sulfur, & Salt
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 13,460. Language: English. Published: September 15, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
After an argument with her father about learning alchemy, Rhea runs to seek comfort from her surrogate mother, Aurora. What she finds goes against everything she's ever known. Strange cloaked figures swarm the village, reducing it to cinder and ash. Rhea must wade through the chaos to find her father and some answers, before it is too late. Worst of all, she knows that everything is her fault.

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