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Zeus’ Warriors From Michael West Now Available in eBook Formats!

Zeus' Warriors, the third installment in bestselling author Michael West's Legacy of the Gods series, is now available in eBook formats from Seventh Star Press! Zeus' Warriors - Cover Art - Web Featuring cover art and illustrations by Natasha Alterici, Zeus' Warriors continues the dark fantasy adventure that began with Poseidon's Children and continued with Hades' Disciples. The eBook is priced at just $2.99 and is available now at these links:

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  Synopsis of Zeus' Warriors:  Zeus' warriors, the defenders of humanity, have suffered terrible losses. Presumed dead, Earl Preston has been forced to retreat into a forgotten underworld beneath New York City, but he is still far from safe. Hades' disciples need only to recover the two remaining crystal skulls — ancient vessels of indescribable power — and their dark quest to return the vanquished gods to earth will be all but complete. To save civilization as we know it, Earl must rise to confront his greatest challenge yet, but this is a fight he cannot win alone. Trapped inside an alien environment, Alan Everson and Kari Hannigan must put aside their differences and work together to help a gravely injured Carol Miyagi — a woman they both claim to love. Theirs is a journey to discover the secret of life itself. And they may not like what they find. Zeus' Warriors is the third book in the Legacy of the Gods series.   Be sure to also read Poseidon's Children and Hades' Disciples!  PoseidonsChildren_Web_267X400 HadesDisciples_Web_260X390   michaelwestzeuswarriorssoftcoverphotobwAbout Michael West: Michael is the bestselling author of Cinema of Shadows, Spook House, The Wide Game, Skull Full of Kisses, and the critically-acclaimed Legacy of the Gods series. He lives and works in the Indianapolis area with his wife, their two children, their turtle, Gamera, and their dog, King Seesar. West collects many different skulls which he displays throughout his home. His favorites include the skull-shaped candy dish he takes with him to various events, and the human skull lamp that sits atop his desk.

Irredeemable, Jason Sizemore’s new SF/Horror/DF Collection, Now Available on eBook!

Now available in eBook format!  Jason Sizemore's Irredeemable, a great new collection of science fiction, dark fantasy, and horror tales featuring a special introduction by Geoffrey Girard. Many people know of his amazing work as an editor with Apex Magazine that has garnered Jason no less than three Hugo Award nominations, but now everyone has the chance to discover for themselves the very talented and creative writer that he is in this wonderful collection of 18 tales. Pick Irredeemable up today in Kindle or Nook formats for $3.99.  Kobo, iBookstore, and other channels will be live shortly. Kindle Edition Nook Edition
Synopsis of Irredeemable: Flowing like mists and shadows through the Appalachian Mountains come 18 tales from the mind of Jason Sizemore. Weaving together elements of southern gothic, science fiction, fantasy, horror, the supernatural, and much more, this diverse collection of short stories brings you an array of characters who must face accountability, responsibility, and, more ominously, retribution. Whether it is Jack Taylor readying for a macabre, terrifying night in “The Sleeping Quartet,” the Wayne brothers and mischief gone badly awry in “Pranks,” the title character in “The Dead and Metty Crawford,” or the church congregation and their welcoming of a special visitor in “Yellow Warblers,” Irredeemable introduces you to a range of ordinary people who come face to face with extraordinary situations. Whether the undead, aliens, ghosts, or killers of the yakuza, dangers of all kinds lurk within the darkness for those who dare tread upon its ground. Hop aboard and settle in, Irredeemable will take you on an unforgettable ride along a dark speculative fiction road.
About Jason: Jason Sizemore is a writer and editor who lives in Lexington, KY. He owns Apex Publications, an SF, fantasy, and horror small press, and has twice been nominated for the Hugo Award for his editing work on Apex Magazine. Stay current with his latest news and ramblings via his Twitter feed handle @apexjason.