MYSTERY & SUSPENSE BUNDLE
Get caught up in webs of intrigue, betrayal, and cold-blooded murder as tough guys and gorgeous gals dish up the danger in tales of Mystery and Suspense.
Includes 10 Mystery & Suspense Titles: Brass Keys to Murder, Cargo of Coffins, The Carnival of Death, The Chee-Chalker, Dead Men Kill, False Cargo, Hurricane, Killer’s Law, Mouthpiece and Spy Killer
“This horror/mystery tale roars to life through the kaleidoscopic auditory fabric of its carnival setting.” —Publishers Weekly
Listen to an excerpt from The Carnival of Death here:
NATIONAL BESTSELLER — AWARD-WINNING SCI FI & FANTASY
From Alien Invasion to Alternate History, from Cyberpunk to Comic Fantasy to Post-apocalyptic Worlds, these are the winning writers who have mastered every version and vision of Sci Fi and Fantasy.
Don’t be left behind. Get a read on what’s next.
NEWS AND EVENTS
Have you ever wondered what the benefits of reading are for you? If you are like most people this is not a question you ask yourself a lot.
Share this:The famous Writers of the Future Workshop, previously only provided to Contest winners, has been made available to anyone wanting to attend. The first workshop was taught by David Farland (Wolverton), Orson Scott Card, Kevin J. Anderson, Rebecca Moesta and the Winner Twins (Brittany & Brianna). We had a great turnout with attendees from […]
Writing stories is one of civilization’s most cherished art forms. It is also one of its oldest, exceeded perhaps only by storytelling, its venerable ancestor. Whatever time or place, whether by word, symbol or pictograph, the writer has succeeded only by embracing the audience and transporting them to another place or time or a different sense of life with the certainty of an artist and the authenticity of an imagination shaped by experience.
WRITERS OF THE FUTURE WORKSHOP
Writing Workshop based on the famed Writers of the Future Annual Winners Workshop now available for any and all aspiring writers! SOLD OUT. August 29–30th 2015.
“This gave me the confidence that I could actually write a novel
that would sell.”