The Best of Penny Dread Tales

The Best of Penny Dread Tales

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The Best of Penny Dread Tales by Kevin J. Anderson, Aaron Spriggs, Vivian Caethe, Mike Cervantes

Four years of Penny Dread Tales have revealed some fantastic talent. In this edition we've collected the cream of the crop. Herein lies the very Best of Penny Dread Tales: fourteen stories of boiler-splitting steampunk with a blend of sci-fi, paranormal, western, and horror. These stories will take you on a thrilling ride and you will love every minute of it!
Including stories by: Cayleigh Hickey, Aaron Michael Ritchey, J.M. Franklin, Gerry Huntman, Laura Givens, Keith Good, Quincy J. Allen, David Boop, Vivian Caethe, Aaron Spriggs, David W. Landrum, Sam Knight, Mike Cervantes, and Jonathan D. Beer.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150750500
Publisher: WordFire Press
Publication date: 10/23/2014
Series: Penny Dread Tales
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 287
File size: 879 KB

About the Author

Quincy J. Allen, a self-proclaimed cross-genre author, has been published in multiple anthologies, magazines, and one omnibus. Chemical Burn, a finalist in the RMFW Colorado Gold Contest, is his first full novel. He made his first pro-sale in 2014 with the story “Jimmy Krinklepot and the White Rebs of Hayberry,” included in WordFire’s A Fantastic Holiday Season: The Gift of Stories. He’s written for the Internet show RadioSteam and his first short story collection Out Through the Attic, came out in 2014 from 7DS Books. His military sci-fi novel Rise of the Thermopylae is due out in 2014 from Twisted Core Press, and Jake Lasater: Blood Curse, a steampunk western fantasy novel, is due out in 2015.
He works part-time as a tech-writer by day, does book design and eBook conversions for WordFire Press by night, and lives in a cozy house in Colorado that he considers his very own sanctuary—think Batcave, but with fewer flying mammals and more sunlight.

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