Hunting through the knick-knacks and tchotchkes left behind by others can be both fascinating and dangerous. You never know what magical doodads you’ll find in antique shops. Our protagonist has found several that she uses. However, some things have been discarded for a reason. — A.L.M.
We all pay for our sins in one way or another. Nine figures life in prison is the worst they can do to him. He has a painful lesson to learn about the power of karma. — A.L.M.
Guest Editor Cory J. Herndon is the author of numerous novels and short stories, many as part of the Magic: the Gathering line. His first novel, The Living Dead, was written under the pseudonym T.H. Lain. He is currently working on original novels and short stories.
Paris Crenshaw currently resides with his family in San Diego, California, although his years of service as a Surface Warfare Officer in the U.S. Navy have given him the opportunity to live and work in a variety of locales around the world. While pursuing his Naval career, he has maintained a love of writing and creating, focusing most of his energy on the sci-fi and fantasy adventure genres. Paris’s published work has mainly been in…