When Shadows Fall, the Conclusion to the Dark Sun Dawn Trilogy by Stephen Zimmer, Available Today in Print and eBook formats!

When Shadows Fall, the final installment in the Dark Sun Dawn Trilogy by Stephen Zimmer, is available today in print and eBook formats!

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A spectacular finale to the Dark Sun Dawn trilogy, When Shadows Fall is a novel that readers of sword and sorcery, fantasy, and dark fantasy will love! The follow-up to Heart of a Lion and Thunder Horizon, When Shadows Fall features the heroine Rayden Valkyrie!

Synopsis of When Shadows Fall:

When shadows fall, the dominion of light reigns.

Rayden Valkyrie and her companions enter the Imperial City, the heart of the rising Teveren Empire.  Never before has her gaze taken in a city so vast, wealthy, and populous.   

Sensual delights, grandiose spectacles, and the spilling of blood enthrall wealthy and poor alike.  Beneath the surface, Rayden senses an undercurrent of a darker nature.

Learning everything she can of the venomous secrets lurking within the shadows, little time remains before a host of northern tribes arrives outside its walls. 

Power lies within blood, and dark rituals have unlocked mysteries from the depths of the abyss. 

Legions are on the march, a storm is about to unleash, and a dark sun will soon rise.

When Shadows Fall, the conclusion of the Dark Sun Dawn Trilogy.

About the Author:

Stephen Zimmer is an award-winning author and filmmaker based out of Lexington Kentucky. His works include the Rayden Valkyrie novels (Sword and Sorcery), the Rising Dawn Saga (Cross Genre), the Fires in Eden Series (Epic Fantasy), the Hellscapes short story collections (Horror), the Chronicles of Ave short story collections (Fantasy), the Harvey and Solomon Tales (Steampunk), and the Faraway Saga (YA Dystopian/Cross-Genre).

Stephen’s visual work includes the feature film Shadows Light, shorts films such as The Sirens and Swordbearer, and the forthcoming Rayden Valkyrie: Saga of a Lionheart TV Pilot.

Stephen is a proud Kentucky Colonel who also enjoys the realms of music, martial arts, good bourbons, and spending time with family.

Find Stephen online at:
Website: www.stephenzimmer.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/stephenzimmer7
Twitter: @sgzimmer
Instagram: @stephenzimmer7

Cover Reveal for Nathan Day’s Orphan – Desecration, Book Two of the Orphan Saga!

Seventh Star Press is proud to reveal the new cover art by award-winning artist Martina Stipan for Orphan: Desecration, the second book in the Orphan Saga from award-winning author Nathan Day! Orphan: Desecration will be released in print and eBook editions on Friday, December 20th!

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A cross-genre thrill ride, Orphan: Desecration is a story that readers of urban fantasy, paranormal fiction, contemporary fantasy, dark fantasy, thrillers, science fiction, and several other genres will love! Get ready for a thrill ride in the followup to the multi-award-winning Orphan: Surfacing!

Synopsis for Orphan – Desecration:

“We ascend and the Godsend wither.”

God has been murdered.

The souls of humankind hang in the balance. The Angelic hosts have scattered as the continuous loss of their Heavenly Grace leaves them weakened and erratic. The Demonic hordes lash out with newfound power, dragging the innocent into infernal darkness. A secretive organization wages its own war using technology to systematically hunt down the armies of both Heaven and Hell.

A child of supernatural ability struggles to escape the will of his unholy sire. A young priest places his faith in a Divine warrior in the hopes that together they might defeat the unspeakable evil that threatens to spread across the city of Lanza del los Santos like a hellish plague.

When the wicked dare to enter the house of the murdered God…can even the righteous hope to survive?

About the author: Nathan Day is the first winner of the Author Academy Award for Fantasy (2018) as well as the 2018 Imadjinn Award for Best Urban Fantasy. He has been called a Renaissance Man, passionately expressing himself as an actor, director, screenwriter, songwriter, producer of film and music and now author.

A Kentucky native, he harbors an obsession for telling and collecting stories through any medium. He has appeared in over 50 film and television projects including Stash, Rayden Valkyrie: Saga of a Lionheart, Return to Dust, Bulletsong (which he also wrote and directed) and won two best leading actor awards for his role in Broken Contentment.

The Unabridged AudioBook of Dan Jolley’s Suspense Thriller The Storm Now Available!

We are excited to announce that the unabridged AudioBook version of Dan Jolley’s riveting suspense thriller The Storm is now available through Audible, Amazon, and iTunes! Narrated by Jk Gregg!

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Synopsis of The Storm:  Red Springs. A tiny town in Georgia’s northwest corner – 95 percent white. Five percent black. Utterly unprepared for the devastating tornado that rips and smashes through it one dark August day. Sheriff Zandra Seagraves already faced an uphill battle. Elected by a fluke, Red Springs’ first-ever black, female sheriff leads the recovery efforts, despite knowing how much the townspeople – and her own department – loathe her. But Zandra has no idea just how hellish things are about to get. Because one of the relief workers stumbles across a ghastly secret: The tornado tore a long-abandoned house off its foundations, revealing a grisly, recently-used torture dungeon below it.

The Unabridged Audiobook Version of First Born- Tales From the Liber Monstrorum by Bob Freeman is Now available!

We are excited to announce that the unabridged AudioBook version of Bob Freeman’s fantastic collection First Born – Tales From the Liber Monstrorum is now available through Audible, Amazon, and iTunes! Narrated by CJ Gold! 

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Synopsis of First Born:

From the arcane sorceries of “The Wickedest Man in the World” to the supernatural exploits of Occult Detective Landon Connors and the harrowing investigations of Agents Wolfe and Crowe,this collection of macabre tales of the black arts treads the dangerous landscape between this world and that populated by angels and demons, gods and devils, ghosts and spirits, and the legendary creatures of our darkest imaginings.

First Born is the beginning of the journey into the Liber Monstrorum, the Chronicles of those Occult Detectives who are the last line of defense against those preternatural forces that threaten to destroy a world that refuses to believe that such things exist…

Descendant, A Novel of the Liber Monstrorum by Bob Freeman, Now Available in Print and eBook!

Bob Freeman’s supernatural horror and thriller novel Descendant, A Novel of the Liber Monstrorum, is now available in print and ebook formats from Seventh Star Press, right on Halloween!

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A supernatural thriller/horror novel, Descendant includes several original illustrations from Bob Freeman! The novel is interrelated with Bob’s short story collection First Born: Tales of the Liber Monstrorum, but can be read on its own.

Synopsis: Descendant is a supernatural thriller filled with daring action, adventure, and artifice set against the backdrop of a very familiar world – but it is a world in which preternatural entities, clandestine magical orders, ancient bloodlines, and unholy alliances converge within the shadowed recesses of our darkest imaginings.

Federal Agents Selina Wolfe and Martin Crowe are called in to investigate a series of bizarre deaths in a small rural community. What first seems to be a misadventure involving black magic and satanic ritual soon takes on even more deleterious overtones, as the agents become embroiled in a plot by a sinister cabal intent on unleashing Hell on Earth.

About the Author:

Bob Freeman is an author, artist, and paranormal adventurer whose previous works include Shadows Over Somerset, Keepers of the Dead, and First Born.

A lifelong student of mythology, folklore, magic, and religion, Freeman has written numerous short stories, articles, and reviews for various online and print publications and is a respected lecturer on the occult and paranormal phenomena.

He lives in rural Indiana with his wife Kim and son Connor.

The UnAbridged AudioBook of Jackie Gamber’s Redheart Now Available! Book ONe of the Leland Dragon Series!

We are excited to announce that the unabridged AudioBook version of Redheart, the first book in the YA Fantasy Leland Dragon Series from Jackie Gamber, is now available on Audible, Amazon, and iTunes! Narrated by Caoilainn O’Horen!

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Synopsis of Redheart:

Enter the lands of Leland Province, where dragon and human societies have long dwelled side by side. Superstitions rise sharply, as a severe drought strips the land of its bounty, providing fertile ground for the darker ambitions of Fordon Blackclaw, Dragon Council Leader, who seeks to subdue humans or wipe them off the face of the land.

As the shadow of danger creeps across Leland Province, a young dragon named Kallon Redheart, who has turned his back on dragons and humans alike, comes into an unexpected friendship. Riza Diantus is a young woman whose dreams can no longer be contained by the narrow confines of her village, and when she finds herself in peril, Kallon is the only one with the power to save her. Yet to do so means he must confront his past, and embrace a future he stopped believing in.

Tattered Men, the Final Novel of the City Quartet by Michael Williams, Available Now in Print and eBook Formats!

Tattered Men, the final novel in the City Quartet from Michael Williams, is now available in print and eBook formats from Seventh Star Press!

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Tattered Men is the fourth and final installment in the City Quartet, a group of interrelated novels that can be read in any order. Readers of mythic fiction and magical realism will love this literary gem!

Synopsis of Tattered Men:

When a body washes ashore downstream from the city, the discovery saddens the small neighborhood south of Broadway.  A homeless man, T. Tommy Briscoe,  whose life had intertwined with a bookstore, a bar, and the city’s outdoor theater had touched many lives at an angle.  One was that of Mickey Walsh, a fly-by-night academic and historian, who becomes fascinated with the circumstances surrounding the drowning.

From the beginning there seems to be foul play regarding Briscoe’s death, and, goaded on by his own curiosity and the urging of two old friends, Walsh begins to examine the case when the police give it up.  His journey will take him into the long biography of a man who might have turned out otherwise and glorious, but instead fell into and through the underside of history, finding harsh magic and an even harsher world.  Despite the story of Tommy’s sad and shortened life, Walsh begins to discover curious patterns, ancient and mythic, in its events—patterns that lead him to secrets surrounding the life and death of Tommy Briscoe, and reveal his own mysteries in the searching.

About Michael Williams:

Over the past 25 years, Michael Williams has written a number of strange novels, from the early Weasel’s Luck and Galen Beknighted in the best-selling DRAGONLANCE series to the more recent lyrical and experimental Arcady, singled out for praise by Locus and Asimov’s magazines. In Trajan’s Arch, his eleventh novel, stories fold into stories and a boy grows up with ghostly mentors, and the recently published Vine mingles Greek tragedy and urban legend, as a local dramatic production in a small city goes humorously, then horrifically, awry.

Trajan’s Arch and Vine are two of the books in Williams’s highly anticipated City Quartet, to be joined in 2018 by Dominic’s Ghosts and Tattered Men.

Williams was born in Louisville, Kentucky, and spent much of his childhood in the south central part of the state, the red-dirt gothic home of Appalachian foothills and stories of Confederate guerrillas. Through good luck and a roundabout journey he made his way through through New England, New York, Wisconsin, Britain and Ireland, and has ended up less than thirty miles from where he began. He has a Ph.D. in Humanities, and teaches at the University of Louisville, where he focuses on the he Modern Fantastic in fiction and film. He is married, and has two grown sons.

Anybody Want to Play WAR? by Tommy B. Smith Available Now in Print and eBook Formats!

Award-winning author Tommy B. Smith’s brand new suspense and coming of age novel Anybody Want to Play WAR? is now available in print and eBook formats from Seventh StarShadow!

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Synopsis of Anybody Want to Play WAR?:

Brutal injuries can leave scars.

As the teenaged survivor of a savage dog’s rampage, it’s a lesson Bryce Gallo will never forget.

Struggling to cope with his damaged appearance, along with a newfound fear of dogs and mounting anxieties at home and school, he flees his suburban home into the moonlit streets of St. Charles.

Along the roads of suburbia and through the shadowed heart of the city, he encounters Wheels, a maintenance worker for a series of apartment buildings; Paloma, known to some by the moniker of Lady Luck; and a woman in a dark house who is, as far as Bryce can fathom, like no one else he has met before.

His new life is not without obstacles or enemies, he learns. The future is a battlefield. Fire and smoke loom on the horizon, and his dangerous course may see the lives of his family and friends forever changed.

About the Author: Tommy B. Smith is a writer of dark fiction, author of The Mourner’s Cradle, Poisonous, and the short story collection Pieces of Chaos, as well as works appearing in numerous magazines and anthologies throughout the years. His presence currently infests Fort Smith, Arkansas, where he resides with his wife and cats. More information can be found on his website at http://www.tommybsmith.com.

The Best Is Yet to Come, the New Short Story Collection by John F. Allen, Available Today in Print and eBook Formats!

The new short story collection The Best is Yet to Come by John F. Allen is now available in print and eBook formats from Seventh Star Press! Ten tales of science fiction, urban fantasy, fantasy, sword and sorcery, horror, and more await you! Pick up a copy today!

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Synopsis of The Best Is Yet to Come:

Featuring ten stories collected for the first time ever, The Best Is Yet to Come, presents nine years of creativity spun from the mind of John F. Allen. Action and adventure are ever present in these stories, but be prepared for some drama, horror, fantasy and science fiction as well.

This volume includes a holiday story, “An Ivory Christmas,” featuring Ivory Blaque, Allen’s bold heroine from his acclaimed urban fantasy series The God Killers, and the center of his literary universe, The Ivoryverse.

Also included are:

“Forest of Shadows” the debut of a fabled, ancient warrior named, Jaziri, Prince of Kimbogo Province.

You may want to think twice before venturing out into the dark woods of rural Indiana in “The Legend of Matchemonedo.”

A young, set assistant of a 50’s science fiction serial gets to embark on the journey of a lifetime in “The Adventures of Star Blazer.”

A young woman in late 1970’s Indianapolis, learns to be careful what you wish for in “HoodRatz.”

When a woman struggles to care for her ailing father, she discovers the truth behind her troubled past in “The Sweetest Autumn.”

Long ago, a noble samurai finds forbidden love with a beautiful, ebony skinned princess in “The African Princess.”

A mysterious, military operative is sent on a covert mission in Egypt, when he encounters an alien monster bent on revenge in “Lazarus.”

Forty years ago, a young boy discovers that family means everything in “The Chocolate Malt.”

The Best is Yet to Come also features the special bonus short story, “Witch Way is Up.”

Explore the words of John F. Allen today!

About the author:

John F. Allen is an American writer born in Indianapolis, IN. He is a founding member of the Speculative Fiction Guild and a member the Indiana Writers Center. He began writing stories as early as the second grade and has pursued various forms of writing throughout his career. John studied Liberal Arts at IUPUI with a focus in Creative Writing and Literature, received an honorable discharge from the United States Air Force and is a current member of the American Legion. John’s debut novel, The God Killers was published in 2013 by Seventh Star Press, and he has had several novellas, short stories and articles published since. He is also an avid reader, accomplished visual artist and Jazz music aficianado.


John currently resides in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Cover Reveal for Tattered Men, the New City Quartet Novel by Michael Williams! Kindle Pre-orders open too!

Seventh Star Press is proud to reveal the new cover art by Enggar Adirasa for Tattered Men, the final installment in the City Quartet from Michael Williams! A Kindle pre-order window is now open too! Tattered Men will be released in Print and eBook formats on Friday, October 11th

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Tattered Men is the fourth and final installment in the City Quartet, a group of interrelated novels that can be read in any order. Readers of mythic fiction and magical realism will love this literary gem!

Synopsis of Tattered Men:

When a body washes ashore downstream from the city, the discovery saddens the small neighborhood south of Broadway.  A homeless man, T. Tommy Briscoe,  whose life had intertwined with a bookstore, a bar, and the city’s outdoor theater had touched many lives at an angle.  One was that of Mickey Walsh, a fly-by-night academic and historian, who becomes fascinated with the circumstances surrounding the drowning.

From the beginning there seems to be foul play regarding Briscoe’s death, and, goaded on by his own curiosity and the urging of two old friends, Walsh begins to examine the case when the police give it up.  His journey will take him into the long biography of a man who might have turned out otherwise and glorious, but instead fell into and through the underside of history, finding harsh magic and an even harsher world.  Despite the story of Tommy’s sad and shortened life, Walsh begins to discover curious patterns, ancient and mythic, in its events—patterns that lead him to secrets surrounding the life and death of Tommy Briscoe, and reveal his own mysteries in the searching.

About Michael Williams:

Over the past 25 years, Michael Williams has written a number of strange novels, from the early Weasel’s Luck and Galen Beknighted in the best-selling DRAGONLANCE series to the more recent lyrical and experimental Arcady, singled out for praise by Locus and Asimov’s magazines. In Trajan’s Arch, his eleventh novel, stories fold into stories and a boy grows up with ghostly mentors, and the recently published Vine mingles Greek tragedy and urban legend, as a local dramatic production in a small city goes humorously, then horrifically, awry.

Trajan’s Arch and Vine are two of the books in Williams’s highly anticipated City Quartet, to be joined in 2018 by Dominic’s Ghosts and Tattered Men.

Williams was born in Louisville, Kentucky, and spent much of his childhood in the south central part of the state, the red-dirt gothic home of Appalachian foothills and stories of Confederate guerrillas. Through good luck and a roundabout journey he made his way through through New England, New York, Wisconsin, Britain and Ireland, and has ended up less than thirty miles from where he began. He has a Ph.D. in Humanities, and teaches at the University of Louisville, where he focuses on the he Modern Fantastic in fiction and film. He is married, and has two grown sons.