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Whether they are unwitting, plucky, or just plain epic, heroes capture the imagination and rescue us from everyday life. With stories set in fantastic, magical realms, gritty urban landscapes, and fairytale kingdoms, our heroes stand fast as defenders of good. Struggling against evil governments, wicked demi-gods, wrathful nature, supernatural con-men, and their own insecurities, each must find the strength to triumph and the will to persevere.
In the second anthology from the Fellowship of Fantasy, twenty-three authors explore the theme of heroes, covering genres ranging from steampunk and fairytale to urban and Arthurian. These are the heroes you’ve been waiting for.
Enjoy Heroes: A Fellowship of Fantasy Anthology and join the adventures!
What good is immortality if you can’t remember yesterday?
Elle is a typical doomsday bunker teenager, living under the crush of routine. She attends classes, tries to follow the rules, and endures the same petty jealousies and anxieties teens have endured since fire was used as the first hangout. But a crumbling section of tunnel exposes a big lie about her world, and Elle’s life quickly spirals downward.
She’s harassed by the enigmatic Commander. She must ward off unwanted advances from older male survivors. And, as the ultimate insult, everyone seems to know more about her past than she does. Elle seeks freedom in the plague-ravaged wasteland outside her home, but discovers the true threat to her people, and her own future, lies coiled inside the dark tunnels she left behind.
Can Elle uncover and expose the secrets buried with her underground home? Or will they fade away like the memories of everyone who thinks to oppose the Commander?
Sky Dancers is a dystopian read that will have you turning the pages! If you like mysterious wastelands, abandoned bunkers, and strong female leads, you will love the Eternal Apocalypse series!
Confirmed bachelor, Cole Baxter, finds himself raising his sister’s four young children. After one week of leaving his ranch in the hands of his foreman to take care of the grieving, needy children, he has to admit the task is beyond him and he needs help. But hired help won’t suffice: those children need a mother’s hand. Cole needs a wife.
Approximately 18,000 words.
This novella is a supplementary short story which has slight connections to Amazing Grace (Hymns of the West, #3).
When rumors of war and uncertainty make their way into the everyday activities of her little town, Miriam puts her energy into preparing Christmas gifts and surprises for her family and friends. But when Moses goes missing there is little celebration left in Miriam’s heart. It seems only a Christmas miracle can bring back the joy of the season, but how many miracles can one really expect in a single year?
Wes Cooper is a man of the west, tall and handsome, with a great love of the mountains and ranch life. But what he loves most is his son, Joseph, a boy injured from birth. Unable to send Joseph to school, Wes asks Jenny to come and teach his son. But will she bring more to their life than reading, writing, and arithmetic?
I was trained from birth to be the best Agent possible. Growing up in a Military Training Academy for unwanted children has its perks. I might not have ever been to a dance but I am a sharp shooter, master at hand to hand combat and best hacker the Academy has ever seen. I trained my whole life to pass the final and become an Elite agent. The only problem? My entire life has been a lie. My father is a monster and I’ve been trained to kill monsters.
Ya, Na, suspense, Teens, black ops, military, strong female, thrillers, espionage, action, Social & Family issues, self esteem & reliance
Freedom is lost, but not forgotten.
In 2040s America, life is cheap and necessities are scarce. Most have given up, too busy trying to survive. Yet even in the midst of drudgery and despair, unbroken spirits remain.
Julie is a young woman with a plan to ignite the spark of resistance.
Randy dreams of winning Julie’s love and escaping the emptiness of over-regulated life.
Joseph seeks revenge on the system for a family tragedy.
Daniel is a young artist, who can’t seem to stay out of trouble.
Chris is an orphan prepared to do the unthinkable to protect his younger sister.
Whether by choice or by accident, each will take a path on a collision course with the oppressive regime. Will they find the freedom they desire? Or will the cost of defiance prove too high to bear?
Marina Fontaine is an immigrant from the former Soviet Union. She uses personal experience to take an intimate look at life in a totalitarian society and the role that individual choices play in advancing the cause of liberty.
DEEP MAGIC is a bi-monthly electronic magazine that publishes clean short fiction in the fantasy and science fiction genres (epic, paranormal, steampunk, etc). Our issues are also filled with author interviews, art features, book reviews and tips for writers.
In this issue we feature “Metamorphistry” from Wall Street Journal bestselling author Jeff Wheeler. We also include a short story by NYT bestselling author Terry Brooks from his Shannara universe called “The Black Irix.” We’re also pleased to welcome the writing duo Tony Pi and Stephen Kotowych in their creative fantasy “The Waxing Disquiet”. You’ll also be thrilled with an alien invasion story told from the point of view of a canine – we loved “Bad Dog” by Patrice Sarath! And last but not least, you’ll find a great story by Christen Anne Kelley on library magic called “Dreams of a Radiant Sentry”.
In this issue you’ll also get sneak preview of two new novels: “The Fifth Doll” by Charlie N Holmberg and “The Gold-Son” by Carrie Anne Noble. Both are Amazon bestselling authors. We’ve also interviewed literary agent Matt Bialer who represents Patrick Rothfuss and Tad Williams. And we feature two writing craft articles, one from the voice of The Passive Voice blog, attorney David Vandagriff, and the other about worldbuilding from author Sara Larson. As you can see, this issue is full of treats!