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Scambi di Corpi
C’è una strega in giro e può sconvolgere le nostre vite.
Samantha si diverte a giocare con noi e scambia corpi a piacimento.
E se ti svegliassi nel corpo di qualcun altro? Cosa faresti?
Questa è la sfida che devono affrontare Johnny e Marian, Ciaran e Harith e poi Pat e Babs.
Tre racconti lunghi con un comune denominatore: Samantha la strega!
Goditi queste umoristiche storie di scambi di corpi.
Copertina di Shafali Anand.
Rajveer the Vampire
A “sun clan” warrior can never become a true child of darkness.
Turned into a bloodsucker by an ancient Celtic vampire, Rajveer, a proud Rajput warrior of a Suryavanshi clan in 14th century India, becomes almost invulnerable.
Immortal, he loses his family to war and time and travels through northern India, seeing history unfold. Threatened by both human wars and evil vampires, can he remain true to his sworn vow not to take human lives?
A vampire’s journey through centuries.
In this new novel, Barbara G.Tarn combines her love for history (especially medieval) and fantasy. It’s the story of a vampire through the centuries that will appeal to both historical fiction readers and vampire lovers all over the world.
Interview with Rajveer:
On Amaranthine blog.
Star Minds Next Generation
Aristocratic adventurer on a starship called “outlaw”.
Raised as imperial prince, Shan-leo doesn’t miss his former status. At twenty-two, he gets to define his destiny without being forced on a path traced by his family. Following his love for calligraphy, he discovers a black market of stolen manuscripts, which starts the adventure of a lifetime.
The next generation of Star Minds is out in the galaxy.
A collection of stories set in the Queendom of Maadre a.k.a. Amazons Country. From the death of Queen Amazonia to shorter stories, meet the only country on Silvery Earth where women rule and men have no voice and no rights. Reprint of “The Death of Queen Amazonia”, “The Slave” (included in Tales of the Southern Kingdoms Volume 1) and Doreen (included in Books of the Immortal – Prequels). The dawn of the Queendom.
New story: The Public Man – or male prostitutes in the Queendom! Leone thinks he has the best job in the country – until he realizes not everybody likes Public Men…
Cover art by Cristina Fabris
King of Music – Zaphadin
The true story of the man behind the myth. A Star Minds novella.
He loved to entertain his friends with songs and dance moves. And one day at a wedding banquet he met the manager who made him a galactic phenomenon – he can dance, he can sing, he can entertain you like nobody else, he’s the king of the music business! During his fifteen years career, the star of Zaphadin kept rising in popularity while at the same time the man’s morale plummeted into desperation. That’s why at the height of his fame, he walked away from it all.
Character interviews Zaphadin and Rashaun.
The Young King
A mighty warrior kills his own general to save the gorgeous young king, and then struggles to keep control over his emotions.
This short story was included in Male Lovers of Silvery Earth and More Tales of the Southern Kingdoms. This version is slightly different from the above after the cover artist commented on the story…
Cover art by Cristina Fabris. Map by Federico Distefano.
Members of the Assassins’ Guild can be as honorable as anyone. They might be trained to kill, but they’re just people with loved ones to protect and avenge.
This short story is also included in “Saif&Kilig” and in the free anthology with various authors “Wyrd Worlds 2”
Kilig & Hakeem
The whole story of Kilig and Hakeem’s love – an assassin and his lover.
The southern kingdoms are no more, but the Assassins’ Guild is still there – honorable men who would never hurt women or children. Saif has been living as a woodcutter for fifteen years, but on his deathbed he calls for his former apprentice, Kilig. Saif’s legacy – his son Hakeem – will avenge him, and possibly mend Kilig’s broken heart.
The whole story of Kilig and Hakeem’s love.
Cover art by Cristina Fabris.