In this fourth book in the Rehoboth Beach Reads short story series, you’ll encounter a ghostly WWII tower and a couple with an unusual annual tradition; a girl who finds her voice at a jazz club and a boy who learns the snow cone king has a secret; an old lady who is inspired to get a tattoo, and a despondent man who is resurrected through the tango. An eclectic collection of delightful beach reads.
In eternity, all stories are timeless. Visit a dystopian future where the wealthy reside on high-speed trains-or risk certain death. Board a space station with a team of scientists as they discover a terrifying lifeform on a remote planet. Join the Army Ranger
s as they confront the deadly aftermath of a mythical creature in the sands of the Middle East. Travel to Ireland where an ancient artifact regenerates severed limbs while healing old family wounds. Hit the beach with two teenagers as they track down the owner of a mysterious bracelet and find the true meaning of love.
Journey from Earth to the stars with your tour guides Daniel Patrick Corcoran, Michael Critzer, Phil Giunta, Melissa Carta Miller, Susanna Reilly, Stuart S. Roth, April Welles, Steven H. Wilson, and Lance Woods.
In eternity, all stories are timeless. Devastated by war, a young couple finds healing through the intervention of a magical fox. A man obsessed with a burlesque dancer discovers she may not be the beauty she seemed from afar. Desperate to save his dying wife, an exiled scientist makes a discovery that could change the fate of a galaxy. An Irishman finally confronts the specter of death that has tormented him since childhood.An ex-con’s hearing aid picks up a vintage radio show that never aired, leading her to a confrontation with the unexpected.
These are but a few of the imaginative tales awaiting you within these pages as chronicled by Daniel Patrick Corcoran, Michael Critzer, Phil Giunta, Amanda Headlee, Susanna Reilly, Stuart S. Roth, Steven H. Wilson and Lance Woods.
The gods of ancient myth have returned. The change promised by the ending of the Mayan Calendar in 2012 manifested itself in an unexpected manner. Every pantheon of gods and goddesses, from every belief the world over, has returned, changing the world forever. As the pantheons settle into their ancestral lands, they vie for worshippers, gaining or losing power along the way. They find the world of man a bewildering, crazy quilt, and each wishes to remake their lands in their own image. Come and meet some of the inhabitants of this strangely familiar world in eleven new tales that explore what it means to worship in this new reality.
Chronicling this new tomorrow are Dave Galanter, Allyn Gibson, Phil Giunta, Robert Greenberger, Paul Kupperberg, William Leisner, Scott Pearson, Aaron Rosenberg, Lawrence M. Schoen, Dayton Ward, and Steven H. Wilson. Join them and discover a world where everything old is new again—even the gods themselves.
ReDeus: Beyond Borders a collection of tales exploring how the gods settle back in around the world beyond the United States. We’ll see some returning characters from Divine Tales and some very familiar gods, but the writers have also chosen to explore different aspects of life within the first two decades after the pantheons of myth have returned. Everything has not necessarily turned out for the best, especially in some lands, yet it isn’t completely terrible as we will discover. With so many gods vying for worship, there’s some interesting jockeying going on, for lands and for people. It’s a vastly different world the gods have discovered and while some embrace technology, others find it abhorrent. That in itself makes life among the mortals complicated, an ever-changing struggle to live and provide for their families.
Returning to ReDeus are the recently Nebula-nominated Lawrence M. Schoen, Scott Pearson, Steve Wilson, Phil Giunta, and William Leisner. Joining us for the first time are Kelly Meding, Janna Silverstein, David McDonald, Steve Lyons, Lorraine Anderson and of course, creators Aaron Rosenberg, Paul Kupperberg, and Bob Greenberger.
Two diverse collections of mixed-genre stories, some fiction, some taken from life (but fictionalized) by members of The Greater Lehigh Valley Writers Group. Scary, serious, inspirational and funny, these tales will transport you to other places, other times, or maybe just to your own back yard.