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About Tim Law
Tim (Timothy) Law, is a proud librarian from a little town in Southern Australia called Murray Bridge.
He only recently discovered the world of online publishing in late 2019 and hasn’t stopped submitting stories since.
His stories have appeared in Black Ink Fiction, Black Hare Press, The World of Myth Magazine, Inner Circle Writer’s Magazine, Spillwords, Short Story Avenue, Sweetycat Press, Short Story Town, Pure Slush, Academy of the Heart and Mind and narrated in The Poet’s Lounge—a channel on YouTube.
Tim has a host of stories and poems published in anthologies of various genres, his favorite being fantasy. He was awarded June 2021 Spillwords author of the month and was included in “Who's Who of Emerging Writers 2021.” His stories are inspired by everything and anything. For more about Tim you can check out his blog at https://somecallmetimmy.blogspot.com
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Vampires, djinns, spirits, werewolves, trolls, banshees, elves, mummies, skeletons, carnivorous jack-o'-lanterns, evil-seeking clowns, Halloween purges, sexy-but-hungry succubi, genius loci scarecrows voraciously guarding their pumpkin patches, revenge of the Hallowe'en candies.
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Everyone knows the zombie apocalypse is bound to happen, these authors just bring it to you sooner than you expected. Authors from all over the globe spin terrifying tales of the infected and undying in just 100 words per story.
From soccer mom zombies to military experiments; reanimated commanders directing an army of zombies to a monster-esque meteorologist. Get a fresh take on an undead theme with Infection from Black Ink Fiction.
5-4-3-2-1 by D.L. Shirey
A Change of Uniform by Birgit K. Gaiser
A Dose of No Closure by Barend Nieuwstraten III
A Fall in the Hall by Barend Nieuwstraten III
A Place to Call Home by Vijayaraj Mahendraraj
A Proud Death by Justin Hunter
A Siren’s Dilemma by Nathan Slemp
Advance of the GrimSails by Jasiah Witkofsky
An Ounce of Humanity by John H. Dromey
An Unexpected Guest by Toko Hata
Assassin by Blen
Attrition by Liam Hogan
Battle Spoils by Stephen Sottong
Blacktooth by Barend Nieuwstraten III
Cannibalism Day by Andrew Kurtz
Diversionary Tactics by Steven Lord
Drab by Olen Crowe
End Game by Lee Hammerschmidt
For Unconditional Love by Michelle Chermaine Ramos
Four Daughters : Prologue by Tim Law
Four Daughters : Prophecy by Tim Law
Four Daughters : The Game by Tim Law
Friend by Justin Hunter
Get to the Point! by Andrew Kurtz
Gone World by R.S. Nevil
Grimdar by R.S. Nevil
Hear Them by J.D. Wolff
I Worked the Vert by Darren Todd
Judgement by Vijayaraj Mahendraraj
Junkers by William Bartlett
La Petit Mort by Barend Nieuwstraten III
Last Orders by James Hancock
Last Words for the Dragonslayer by Nathan Slemp
Loverboy by Birgit K. Gaiser
Mercy by L.J. McLeod
Mote by A. Lily
No Laughing Matter by John H. Dromey
No Quarter by Jameson Grey
Once More into the Breach by L.J. McLeod
Organic Wine by Ryan Tan
Phantom by Vijayaraj Mahendraraj
Piñatas by Mike Murphy
Prophecy by Vijayaraj Mahendraraj
Raiders by R.S. Nevil
Red Sky's Morning by Daniel R. Robichaud
Rescued by Gray W. Wolfe
Returning the Favour by Blen
Sacrificial Lamb by Vijayaraj Mahendraraj
Soldier of Fortune by Maggie D. Brace
The Blind Lord and the Heretic King by Xavier Garcia
The Contract by Eric Lewis
The Dark Eye by Barend Nieuwstraten III
The Enchanted Mermaid by Andreas Hort
The Guy With a Life's Mission by Christopher T. Dabrowski
The Hand of Justice by Gray W. Wolfe
The Hibagon by Jasiah Witkofsky
The Invited and the Uninvited by Barend Nieuwstraten III
The Junkernaut by William Bartlett
The Last Warrior by Birgit K. Gaiser
The Right Thing by Blen
The Shadow's Pattern by Chad A.B. Wilson
The Shores of Triple E by John H. Dromey
The Silver Cog by William Bartlett
The Sorcerer's Sky by Sheldon Woodbury
The Story of Marcos by R.S. Nevil
The Time of the Night-Wacche by John Lane
The Weight of One by R. Wayne Gray
Turning the Tide by Birgit K. Gaiser
Unholy Grace by Vijayaraj Mahendraraj
Vampire World by R.S. Nevil
Wanted by Blen
Wolf-Bitten by Nathan Slemp
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Authors from all over the world bring you succinct stories to curdle your blood…such sweet, sweet blood. Check out Bloodlust from Black Ink Fiction now!
Once upon a time, there lived a Big, Bad Wolf. He blew down the houses of swine; stole from little girls visiting their grandmothers; led others on a journey to their destinations. Maybe the wolf wasn’t so big or bad. Maybe the canine saved the damsel from an abusive relationship or protected the lands from those that would destroy it.
Find twisted fairy tales centered around the majestic creature in New Tales of Old Volume 2, featuring over 45 indie authors from all over the globe to give their own spin on what really went down with the Big, Bad Wolves.
We created them, putting the spark of life into the machines we built so they could make our lives easier. But now, intelligent machines are taking taking over, turning us into their slaves while they become masters of the human race. Whether it's the rise of the refrigerator army, a GPS falling in love with their human driver, or the too-realistic robots body-swapping with our friends and relatives, there's sure to be a story for you.
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The effort of this series of Poetica anthologies is to contribute to the creation of a market for poetry throughout the calendar year. The idea is that, by providing a regular, published venue for poetry from all over the world, poems as media for the communication of important and heartfelt ideas and reflections will gain in respect and become more widely acknowledged. Voices will be heard; channels will be opened.
Poetica # 7 features, in order of appearance, the work of: Justin Wiggins, Catherine A. MacKenzie, Michal Reiben, Kelli J Gavin, Suranjit Gain, Dawn DeBraal, Lesley Mace, metaphysical poet Andrew Marvell, Gabriella Balcom, Lisa H. Owens, Linda Sparks, Ikechukwu Obiorah, Jim Bates, Bobbi Sinha-Morey, Tony Fyler, Thomas R. Bates, Dr Chanchal Sarin, Richard Rose, Linda M. Crate, The Birch Twins, DJ Elton, Sultana Raza, Mike Turner, Medha Godbole Singh, Tim Law, Trish Bailey, Festus Nwachukwu, Shawn M. Klimek, Aminath Neena, Michelle Chermaine Ramos, Craig Tickner and Kerri Jesmer, with a special essay about Philip Larkin.
Clarendon House Publications
Authors who have contributed to this edition are Mehreen Ahmed, Susan Sams Baggott, Gabriella Balcom, Amanda Jane Bayliss, David Bowmore, Bernie Brown, Cheryl Burman, Eva Marie Cagley, Steve Carr, Vonnie Winslow Crist, Tim Curry, P. C. Darkcliff, Dawn DeBraal, John Drudge, J. D. Edwards, Natalie Gasper, Nancy Lou Henderson, Kerri Jesmer, Shawn M. Klimek, Tim Law, Ruth Littner, Lynn Miclea, Lady C. E. Miller, Jack Mulcahy, P. A. Oneil, Shiloh Osheen, Lisa H. Owens, A. L. Paradiso, D. A. Ratliff, Paula R. C. Readman, Bruce Rowe, Mark Scheel, Sue Marie St. Lee, Ann Stolinsky, Christine Tabaka, Mike Turner, Virginia Watts, and Justin Wiggins.