Book 2 of Val Hall
by Alma Alexander
$2.99 (Novel, Novel In Short Stories)
A BVC Original
There are many kinds of superheroes – but Val Hall is a care and retirement home for Superheroes, Third Class – the superheroes who are not gods or individuals of unlimited income who can buy supergadgets, just ordinary people who are… sometimes… somehow… extraordinary.
by Marie Brennan
$2.99 (Collection) ISBN 978-1-61138-854-1
A BVC Original
A young woman with an unreliable prophetic gift. A street musician searching for the magic she lost. A king whose voice is too dangerous for ordinary people to hear. This collection of short stories explores the Nine Lands, a realm created by award-winning author Marie Brennan. From the spirit-haunted jungle of the Nahele Peninsula to the cold archipelago of Kagesedo, from the occupied lands of Sahasrara to the decadent courts of Quilibria, the Nine Lands offer you visions of fantasy, peril, and wonder.
Regency Love and Laughter, Book 1
by Patricia Rice
$4.99 (Collection) ISBN 978-1-61138-697-4
Three novellas and a short story from Regency author Patricia Rice:
“The Borrowed Groom”
A bride-to-be’s sister borrows the groom left standing at the altar.
A work of art leads a lonely gentleman to his worst nightmare and a chance at love.
by Irene Radford
$3.99 (Collection) ISBN 978-1-61138-432-1
In Speculative Journeys, Irene Radford extends her short story collections into science fiction and contemporary fantasy with fourteen tales both old and new.
Why is time-travel reserved for wealthy tourists and forbidden to historians?
Can a spaceship captain keep secrets from her communication officer who speaks every language in the universe–even ones without words?
by Shannon Page
$4.99 (Collection) ISBN 978-1-61138-329-4
Stories by Shannon Page
“Like a good glass of wine, a good short story offers complexity and buzz. When you finish a good story, you take a moment to savor the experience, to let the resonance of truth ring a bit before it fades. I know that, for me, there’s nothing like reading a last sentence that just nails the piece: reinforces a metaphor, adds weight to a conclusion. I can’t help but lean back and sigh with satisfaction when a piece just works.” –Janna Silverstein
by Sherwood Smith
$3.00 (Collection) ISBN 978-1-61138-289-1
As a child, Sherwood Smith was always on the watch for magic: no fog bank went unexplored, no wooden closet unchecked for a false back, no possible magical token left on the ground or in the gutter. In these stories, the impossible becomes possible, magic is real, aliens come visiting. How would our lives change?