A Short And Sweet Promo Post – Free Range Oyster

A Short And Sweet Promo Post – Free Range Oyster

J.M. Ney-Grimm

The Troll’s Belt

Young deceit sprouts timeless trouble.

Motherless Brys Arnsson digs himself into trouble. Bad trouble. Tricked by a troll in J.M. Ney-Grimm’s richly imagined North-lands, Brys must dig himself and his best friend back out of danger. But that requires courage… and self-honesty. Traits Brys lacks at depth.

A twist on a classic, THE TROLL’S BELT builds from humor-threaded conflict to white-knuckle suspense.

John Van Stry

Wolf Killer

The Hammer Commission

With having to leave the Commission for a year while things cool off politically, Mark finds that the Church has loaned him out to the FBI, who have been trying for years now to get an experienced monster and demon expert in their newest division, to help train and educate the agents there on just what they will be facing. Finding out that Mark actually is one of those very monsters has made them want him even more; not just for what he can bring to the table, but because they do need to check off that newest minority checkbox, even if no one knows they exist.

Mark doesn’t mind the new assignment, being closer to home, it means it will be easier to visit with family, and the agents all seem nice enough. Plus the FBI has a bigger budget and gets a lot nicer toys than Mark is used to. However, while Mark knows how to deal with devils, demons, and even the nastier monsters out there, he doesn’t know anything about how to deal with a sociopath werewolf who has gone full psycho and started to murder co-eds.

That’s more of a ‘human’ problem, after all.

11 responses to “A Short And Sweet Promo Post – Free Range Oyster

  1. “Humans. Why did it have to be humans?” }:o)

  2. Thanks for the links, more reading to add to the library!!! 🙂

  3. My question is, why isnt Mike’s rifle a SBR-length M4?

    Well, at least its select-fire.

  4. Damn, getting screwed by Amazon again. I should be somewhere in the top 100 Science Fiction action and adventure best sellers list (because I have the sales numbers) but they’re not listing me there. Even though it is one of the two categories that I selected.

    Very frustrating, and I can’t call them, because they don’t work weekends. No idea what to do now.

  5. Can anyone point me to a guide for copyright pages when you’re republishing stories and need to list “originally published in”?

    (I’m looking to collect all my Sword and Sorceress and other works.)