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The Exit One Bed & Breakfast has a secret rule: no matter how many rooms are actually available, travelers are told there’s only one room, with a single bed. When Chloe Ang gets a job working the desk, she tries to solve the mystery of the inn… And its mysterious owner, the enigmatic Leland. But will she end up getting more than she bargained for?

Peppered through the novella are stories about the Exit One’s visitors that fans of Archie Comics, “Once Upon a Time” and “Supernatural” might recognize…

Splickety Magazine

Christmas: the very word evokes warm, familiar memories. The smell of Grandma’s cinnamon cookies, the handmade ornaments that deck the tree—much of the holiday’s joy springs from well-worn traditions and past celebrations. But how do you embrace the season when nothing is familiar?

From frozen Siberia to sunny Costa Rica, a glistening ice hotel to an endless red-eye flight, this issue explores the heartaches and delights of an abnormal Christmas season. Join our protagonists as they seek comfort on a lonely Christmas morning or use what’s at hand to celebrate in a new way. Who knows? Perhaps a chance encounter with a stranger or a family member will unearth holiday joy that would never have been found at home.

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Thuggish Itch: Viva Las Vegas

Las Vegas, Nevada: a city with so much to offer and so much to hide. The Mirage with its hellfire and brimstone. Paris with its ceilings painted in a continuous day. The rhythmic and hypnotic motion of the Bellagio’s fountains. A city with everything one might want and then some. Thuggish Itch’s first collection, Viva Las Vegas, contains sixteen horror and sci-fi stories from sixteen inspired authors, all of which delve beneath the city of Las Vegas’s bright lights and serve up a glimpse of what may lie within.


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Third Flatiron Anthologies: Galileo’s Theme Park

Third Flatiron presents “Galileo’s Theme Park,” a new anthology of science fiction, dark fantasy, horror, and humor. Twenty short stories by an international group of authors explore how the universe has changed since Humanity took a closer look at the stars. Journey with us on a speculative expedition to the lands beyond Earth opened to us by
Galileo’s telescope. 

Are we alone in the universe? Third Flatiron’s new speculative fiction anthology, “Galileo’s Theme Park,” explores themes such as space exploration and adventure, religion, and cosmology. A flash humor section, “Grins and Gurgles,” is also featured.

“Galileo’s Theme Park” is an original and varied collection of science fiction/fantasy, humor, and horror from an international group of contributors. Writers include Alexander Zalben, Ginger Strivelli, Steve Toase, Dr. Jackie Ferris, Eric J. Guignard, Jemima Pett, Erica Ruppert, Connie Vigil Platt, Justin Short, Wendy Nikel, Jimmy Huff, Adrik Kemp, Neil James Hudson, G. D. Watry, Jo Miles, Martin M. Clark, Rachel Rodman, Ville Nummenpää, Art Lasky, and Lisa Timpf. Edited by Juliana Rew.


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Enchanted Conversation Magazine: Folklore, Fairy Tale And Myths

Enchanted Conversation Magazine
our June 2018 Summer Issue:
A Midsummer
Night’s Dream

In this issue, EC features stories that use the magic of summer and summer nights as the backdrop to the nine tales below. Here, you’ll find some traditional fairy tales and re-tellings of folktales and myths, along with some modern stories that evoke the feeling of warm days under the sun and cool nights under the stars.

Where does a Sound Seeker find words thought lost forever?
Why should one never eat Ladybug cakes, even if they’re dripping in delectable icing?
How can the Monarch of the Rains transform himself into something a princess can love?
When a goddess decides to go home, who can stop her?
And how can catching a golden bird be the key to a kingdom? more stories to enjoy on an afternoon when the sky is an endless blue and summer stretches beyond the horizon.

Read: “The Offense Of Shadows