Sometimes you need to be broken to be made whole.
Oddities & Entities 2: Vessels, multi-award winning author Roland
Allnach returns to the strange and surreal path forged by his critically
acclaimed Oddities & Entities. Consisting of nine new tales spiced
with elements of horror and speculative fiction, Vessels explores the
communion of spirit, substance, and the eccentricities of flesh between
those conjoined realms.
"Allnach is a master storyteller with a powerful pen." Cynthia Brian, New York Times Bestselling Author
Allnach has authored five previous titles, Remnant, Oddities &
Entities, Prism, The Digital Now, and The Writer's Primer. His books
have been recognized with over a dozen national book awards from
Foreword Reviews, National Indie Excellence, Readers' Favorite, Pacific
Book Review, Feathered Quill Reviews, and USA Book News. Visit
www.rolandallnach.com for excerpts, reviews, interviews, and insights to
writing and publishing.
About the author:
After more than twenty years of hospital night shifts, Roland
Allnach has witnessed life from a slightly different angle. He's been
working to develop his writing career, drawing creatively from literary
classics, history, and mythology.
His short stories, one of which
was nominated for the Pushcart Prize, have appeared in many
publications. His first anthology, Remnant, blending science fiction and
speculative fiction, saw publication in 2010. In 2012 he followed with
Oddities & Entities, a collection spanning the supernatural,
paranormal, horror and speculative genres. His third book, Prism,
published in 2014, follows a winding road through diverse genres and
narrative forms. In 2015 he saw publication of two more books, the
dystopian science fiction novel The Digital Now and his first foray into
nonfiction with The Writer's Primer: A Practical Guide for Aspiring
Authors Seeking Publication.
Roland's books have received unanimous
critical praise and have been honored with more than a dozen national
book awards, including honors from National Indie Excellence, Foreword
Reviews, Readers' Favorite, Feathered Quill Reviews and Pacific Book
When not immersed in his imagination, Roland can be found at
his website, rolandallnach.com, along with a wealth of information about
his stories and experiences as an author. Writing aside, his joy in
life is the time he spends with his family.
Friday, September 9, 2016
Thursday, September 8, 2016
A Cape Cod ThrillerAuthored by Don Weeks
When the mutilated body of renowned cosmetic surgeon Randall Landry turns up at a secluded bayside marsh in the town of Sandwich, Police Chief Thom Burrough's life is turned upside down. While investigating the murder, he and Barnstable County coroner Abby Rhodes will uncover a plot more sinister than anything they could have imagined.
On the outskirts of Chatham, a group of terrorists has assembled to unleash destruction on Cape Cod.
About the author:
For over thirty years, Don Weeks was among the most popular radio personalities in the Capital District region of New York State. He received a Marconi Award for radio excellence in 2005 and was inducted into to the New York State Broadcasters Hall of Fame four years later. He had just completed a rough draft of Scarecrow on the Marsh when he died of Merkle Cell Cancer in March of 2015. Author royalties from this project will be donated to the WGY Christmas Wish Campaign. Weeks worked tirelessly over the years to help raise money for the charity.