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About Nils Nisse Visser
I was born in Rotterdam in 1970 and grew up in the Netherlands, Thailand, Nepal, Oklahoma, Tanzania, England, Egypt and France. I've taught English at various Dutch secondary schools for 18 years but my firm belief that education is most effective when it is fun raised a few eyebrows. Having been told too often that I live in my imagination I took the hint and moved there on a full-time basis. Sending you best wishes from the Wyrde Woods.
Rather confusingly I sometimes write as Nils Visser, Nisse Visser or Nils Nisse Visser. It made sense at the time. My sincere apologies.
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In Writerpunk Press's 6th anthology, we approach world myth and folklore through the lens of science fiction, with a variety of authors and perspectives. As with all previous volumes, profits generated by sales of the anthology go to benefit PAWS Animal Rescue in Lynwood, WA.
Book One: Earth
Book Two: Air
Book Three: Fire
Book Two: Air
Book Three: Fire
Book Four: Water
Harvey Duckman presents a Pirates special edition in this awesome series of collected works of suspense and mystery in the genres of science fiction, fantasy, horror and steampunkery…
This anthology features work by exciting new voices in speculative fiction, including both established authors and previously unpublished writers.
These short stories give a glimpse into some fantastic worlds that are already out there for you to enjoy, as well as a taste of more to come… so get your bottle of rum ready and hunker down to read...
The Harvey Duckman Presents… PIRATE SPECIAL includes stories by Amy Wilson, Ben Sawyer, Kate Baucherel, Mark Hayes, Melissa Wuidart Phillips, C.G. Hatton, A.L. Buxton, Reino Tarihmen, Liz Tuckwell, R. Bruce Connelly, Mark Sayeh, Christine King, Joseph Carrabis, Loïc Baucherel, Nils Nisse Visser, Peter James Martin and Andy Hill.
Inspired by a Sussex legend. Please be advised, it's a short novella, not a full novel.
This book can be read separately from Will's War in Brighton and closes off the Will's War series by Nisse Visser. Fans of the Secret of the Wyrde Woods series might find it to their liking as the story picks up where Forgotten Road leaves off and leads to the beginning of Hidden Springs, the next book in that series. Although Exile from Brighton does not form essential reading for that series it is an interesting extra as the main characters from Secrets of the Wyrde Woods make a guest appearance.
Just as Will's War in Brighton was based on the recollections and anecdotes about wartime Brighton, Exile from Brighton seeks to capture the evacuee experience based on people's personal memories.
With contributions by Neil Campbell, LM Cooke, Bonsart Bokel, Duke Box, and Nils Nisse Visser, as well as an introduction by Professor Elemental.
Count yourself lucky if this creative crucible of utmost splendidness leaves you none the wiser. The doomed few (you will recognise them by their permanently haunted eyes) who will fully comprehend the dire gloom of...actually, perhaps it would be better to follow Professor Elemental's advice and most decidedly NOT attempt to read this book. Go on, you know you want to. Is it really worth your immortal soul? Surely not! Resist the growing urge to open and read...resist...just a page or two?...resist...the teeniest peek can't hurt...resist...You'll be missing out to be sure...resist...res--ABANDON HOPE ALL YE WHO ENTER.
Asked to work with this as guideline, sixteen authors from Canada, the UK, the USA, Ireland, and The Netherlands contributed sixteen stories about strong women, dangerous women, witty women, resourceful women, and most of all realistic women. The stories range from general fantasy to high fantasy to sci-fi to steampunk to horror.
No swooning, no male saviors, and only one token chain mail bikini (and that one is a riot!). Dreamtime Fantasy Tales authors are proud of our final result and sincerely hope you'll enjoy each and every page.
All proceeds of this anthology have been pledged to an animal rescue shelter which we chose knowing that each and every penny raised will benefit the animals, and not a highly-paid CEO.
Content Editors: Hilary Anderson, Jaq D. Hawkins, Morgan Smith, Guy Donovan, Nils Visser
Cover Art: Guy Donovan
Marketing & PR: Leslie Conzatti, Mary R. Woldering, Penny Blake
Authors: A.M. Young, Guy Donovan, Nimue Brown, Penny Blake, Jaq D. Hawkins, Paul Michael, Leslie Conzatti, Mary R. Woldering, Thomas Woldering, Benjamin Towe, Nils Visser, Greg Alldredge, Johan Klein Haneveld, Marc vun Kannon, Morgan Smith, and Nav Logan.
A Sussex Steampunk Tale featuring Alice Kittyhawk. Please be advised, this is a short novella, not a novel-length story.
From days of old to today, many a tale has been told about wands and their magical nature. Now, for your reading enjoyment, here is a compilation of a wide range of stories featuring this magical tool. They run the gamut from Epic Fantasy, to Urban Fantasy, to Fairytales and everything in between. We present to you, The Magical Book of Wands with stories by:
Raven M. Williams: The Enchanted Sword…"The death of a young boy's father and a greedy stepmother and stepbrothers, what could go wrong?"
Rick Haynes: The Wand of Luminance…."Wand maker seeks to repair the Wand of Luminance but will he survive the wrath of the Gods?"
Krista Gossett: Gretel's Gift…"An old man buries his wife and uncovers a long-buried secret life."
E.P. Clark: The Dragonbone Wand…"I always said I didn't want to be a dragon. I lied."
J. Steven Young: The Wand Whisperer…"Wizardry and Wonder…from a Wand's Point of View."
Devorah Fox: An Ill Wind…"When your world has been blown apart and you must bring the magic that puts it back together."
Victoria Raschke: A Wand Needs A Witch…"A witch doesn't need a wand, but sometimes a wand needs a witch."
Shakyra Dunn: The Keeper of Callister Space…"Magic meets meticularity."
Guy Donovan: The Long Way Home…"A long way down, a long time ago…"
Edward Buatois: Magen…"On the Earth we know, lonely teen Rylan Matthews discovers his wizarding heritage isn't a myth and must grow up fast in a battle against an ancient evil."
Bryan Rainey: Spellbinders: Judas Mirror…"Nothing is as it seems."
Nils Nisse Visser: The Smallest Spark…"No matter how unlikely, magic can always be found, often from the most unlikely source when you're least expecting it."