US Marshal M D (Shorty) Thompson received a letter asking if he could come up to Leadville, Colorado. Outlaws had overrun the town and were stealing silver and gold ore from mines and any shipment. Leadville was their town and they meant to keep it, even if it meant a crooked sheriff legally hanging a US Marshal.
He only wanted to build a plaything - a small, simple device born of innate curiosity and a fascination of things mechanical. Scavenging parts and repurposing components, a country gunsmith assembles what is supposed to be a conversation piece - a trinket to show his friends... a toy really... a small rail gun.
"Such Potential....but fell short (DARN IT!!)"
Walking Wolf is the orphaned son of white settlers, found as an infant and raised to be a proud Comanche warrior. He also happens to be a werewolf. When he loses control of his darker nature, Walking Wolf heads out into the White Man's world to learn more about who - and what - he is. This is his story of self-discovery as he travels the Old West, crossing the paths of deranged serial killers, a traveling medicine show, a vampire gunslinger, even a fellow werewolf, as well as such historical figures as Quanah Parker and Sitting Bull.
"Awesome story and great narration!!"
At the end of the Civil War in 1865, RJ Murdock is looking for direction. His family's home was destroyed during the war, his siblings are long gone, and other business interests haven't panned out. RJ and his buddy Calvin McCoy concoct a plan to head to Deadwood, South Dakota, a lawless boomtown where mining for gold has become big business. Along the way, the two discover that bounty hunting and its ensuing reward money can be a lucrative - but dangerous - endeavor.
In a world without magic, an ancient evil arises from myth to rule the known realms. Only two teenagers from impossibly different backgrounds stand in his way. Before they can stop a magic sucking litch, Princes Ambria and Greymar of the Swamp must find each other and discover their own power. No one believes Rancor has returned but our heroes...but do they believe in themselves.
Brian and Brooklyn have a great life, two wonderful children, and they love what they do. Life is perfect. Too perfect, and it's about to change in the form of a junkie's dirty hypodermic needle. Faced with the real possibility that he has just become HIV positive, Brian is forced to undergo the dreaded PEP protocol. In the course of his treatment, he is forced to face some dreadful possibilities and reevaluate his life. The first real trial of their marriage has begun...