Working as a corporate assassin was supposed to be Brandon’s dream job, but so far it just sucks! His boss hates him, he’s behind on his bills, he’s the laughing stock of the entire assassins’ guild, and now everyone is trying to kill him. Friends can’t be trusted, inter-office relationships are frowned upon, the dental plan isn’t great, and you might get stabbed in the back at any moment, figuratively or literally… But that’s just part of the job when you work for Assassins Incorporated.
Assassins Incorporated: Rehired
Brandon has given up the fast-paced career of a corporate assassin. As far as he’s concerned, that part of his life is over. He’s hung up his armor and enrolled in med-school, just like his mother always wanted.
But when assassins show up on campus, he’s forced to go on the run. And when he learns that his assassin father and brother have both disappeared under mysterious circumstances, he’s got no choice but to suit back up and jump right back into the business.
Tales of The Warden
There are villains. And there are heroes. And then there is The Warden. An enigma feared by all who stand for justice. He strikes where least expected, capturing heroes society depends on. Some say he collects them for display in his own private prison. Others doubt his existence. Yet all who bravely stand against the darkness have felt a tremor of fear at the utterance of his name. Now, one of the Warden’s favorite hunting grounds has become dry. A new criminal mastermind has taken up residence in Hope City, with an army of villains at his disposal. A hero named Lament stands against them, but he’s short on allies, outgunned, and has nothing except skill to rely on. The helpless Lament is of little interest to the Warden, but this shortage of heroes is a minor irritation he won’t allow. Just once, can the Warden find it in himself to play on the side of the angels? Tales of the Warden: Hope City by Phillip Drayer Duncan. From Pro Se Productions.
A Fist of Thorns
In the modern day hills of the Ozark Mountains, lives a mid-twenties moonshiner and all around slacker named Waylon Drake (his friends call him Bert). At least that's how the world of humans knows him, but to the supernatural world he is something else entirely. Bert is a wizard that, under the careful scrutiny of the Hand of Magic, works as a low wage mercenary to make ends meet. Living as a wizard in a human world has become rather stagnant for Bert. But when a series of dark supernatural forces start showing up and threaten to harm him and everyone he cares about, he is forced on a mission to attempt to find a mysterious object that no one seems to know anything about. Wielding his wizard staff and a talking sword, the charismatic Bert must face off against hordes of wizards, vampires, were-creatures, and other powerful entities. In a high paced fantasy thrill ride, packed with action, humor, and even a little romance, can the Moonshine Wizard come out on top?