Future humanity has found the secret of faster-than-light travel, but it comes with great dangers. To minimize these dangers, man can pilot ships through the up-and-out with cats as their partners. Underhill shares his mind with his cat-partner, the Lady May, and must travel to the terrible open places between the stars. Only by working together can they defend themselves and the ship's passengers against the dragons in the emptiness of space.
"How to meet the love of your life"
Fans of Godzilla, Pacific Rim, and classic giant monster movies will enjoy this short story set in my story world Daikaiju Universe, where, on a planet Earth much like our own, horrific, ridiculously large, ambulatory forces of nature have been a periodic fact of life since the 19th century!
"good short story, but somewhat confused"
The first short story collection from Matthew Wayne Selznick focuses on revelations of clarity and epiphanies of character in the face of emotional challenges. Also included are brief essays exploring the formative experiences and memories that inspired each short story, making this collection Matthew Wayne Selznick's most personal creative work to date.
"A rare audio gem"
Shattered by family tragedies, Harry Turpin does his best to lead a life of mediocrity, sheltering himself from strong emotion and the risks of love and commitment. When his girlfriend dumps him for a snide would-be magician, Harry's life begins to take a very strange turn.
The Sexton and the Reaper is a novelette labeled as Paranormal Romance but it is not scary and it is not erotic by any stretch of the imagination. It's really a good old fashion love story with Ghosts, Soul Collectors, Angels, Jewish & Christian Mysticism, and of course fantasy.
Tony Fallow has a sticky problem: Everything that isn't bolted down literally wants to be near him! Fearing he must be one of the Sovereign, a remarkable new minority of superpowered people who recently revealed themselves, Tony travels to the Donner Institute for Sovereign Studies with hopes of being cured. But as he tells his story to a human doctor working at the institute, the boorish Tony soon finds his problem might be more complicated than he suspected.
"A great visit to the Sovereign Era"