Resistance Front features thirty-one short stories and five essays from the widest variety of authors available in literature, coming together in the name of supporting the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
Luminaries such as Harlan Ellison and Alan Dean Foster; best-selling authors Jon F. Merz, Bernard Schaffer, Tony Healey, and William Vitka; International up and comers from the US, UK, New Zealand, and Nepal.
ALL profits from the sale of this book will be donated to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Thank you for supporting the cause, and enjoy.
This collection features:
An original version of "Emissary From Hamelin," exclusive to Resistance Front, by none other than Harlan Ellison
"Redundancy," a futuristic tale of a little girl trapped in space and her unexpected rescuer by Alan Dean Foster
"The Price of a Good Drink," featuring Jon F. Merz's famous vampire Lawson
"In a Mind," by pulp sensation William Vitka
"Wheelchair Fight," a brutal account of a bizarre spectacle by Matt Posner
Cyber-Noir tale "Perks of the Job," by Simon John Cox
"The Shroudmaker," a tale of revenge by Angela McConnell
Thoughtful speculative fiction piece "The Color Forest" by Robin Reed
Magic and Noir combine in "Arcanoir: Slay Bells Ringing" by Joshua K. Unruh
"Silence," a tale as deep and lonely as space, by James Martin
You will always remember "The Endgame" by 17-year old first-timer Natasha Whearity
"Cooper's Creek," a tale of the future (and roadside diners) by Mike Lewis
"Burden of Innocent Lady," by author Dwaipayan Regmi from Nepal
Victorian ghosts haunt "A Certain Doorway," by Keri Knutson
"Exhuming Harry Truman," is a tale of regret and revenge by Douglas J. Lane
"Deconstruct," is the story of Plot, Sentence and Word by Miles Cressman
"A Rat's Tale," a fairy tale about magical rodents by Richard Roberts
An investigator travels to a distant island to uncover "The Ghosts of Los Hellas," by R.J. Astruc
Psycho-sexual thriller "Fear of the Dark," by Laurie Laliberte
In a future where religion is outlawed, the "Morituri," will fight, by AD Bloom
Enviro-thriller "Badwater," by Toni Dwiggins
Leonardo DaVinci and Machiavelli team up to investigate a murder in "Crimson Lake," by David Wisehart
An outer space research vessel receives strange coded messages in "Children," by J.J. Toner
"Mabel," is the story of a haunted young man by David Hulegaard
An author's imagination gets the best of her in "If This Were a Stephen King Story," by Courtney Cantrell
"Redd," is the story of an intersteller badass by Tony Healey
Just deserts are served in "Creating a God," by Alix Rendell
An ordinary patient exam at the eye doctor goes wrong in "Peripheral," by Joseph S. Walker
Not all ghosts are scary, as proven in "The Gift," by Frank Zubek
Someone else is talking to us in "Psych Evaluation," by Victor Redman
And finally, "Old-Time Lawmen," is a story set in the world of Guns of Seneca 6 by Bernard Schaffer.
In addition, there are introductions and essays throughout the collection, celebrating the rise of the Independents. All profits go to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.