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About Gregory D. Little
I grew up telling stories to myself. I let my favorite books and movies and games dwell in my mind, imagining that they continued on long after the end.
I gravitated toward particular themes. Strange worlds imperiled, forgotten magic rising to meet forgotten evil, and a regretful humankind striving to redeem their most heinous mistakes. Most of all, I looked for the epic mystery, a world where nothing was as it seemed.
These days I write my own stories, but the feel of them is the same. Nothing beats the sense of wonder invoked by a story that's like nothing I've ever seen. I'd love to give you the same experience. If you'd like to keep up with my releases, follow me here or sign up for my mailing list at www.gregorydlittle.com.
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Gregory D. Little's Unwilling Souls is a pulse-pounding chase through an epic fantasy world of skull cities, demonic conspiracy, and a magical industrial revolution fueled by harvested human souls.
Ses is the daughter of a business mogul and a terrorist, each trying their best to kill the other while pretending she doesn't exist. An apprentice jailer of the gods, Ses spends her days learning to forge the tools needed to maintain the gods' prison.
When the prison is mysteriously attacked on her sixteenth birthday, Ses is forced to flee after the secret of her parentage is revealed. Suddenly on the wrong side of the law, Ses realizes the very father who abandoned her may be the only one who can protect her.
But some secrets are darker than parentage. On her way to find her father, Ses will uncover truths about her family and herself that will shatter her understanding of the world and risk the return of the gods themselves.
"I think there's a certain sort of creativity and storytelling ability that some people are just born with and Gregory D. Little is one of those people."
--Taylor Hansen @museignitedreads
"Anyone that likes suspenseful stories, magic, and fantasy books with rich worlds, will love "Unwilling Souls."
-- Melissa Dalton Martinez, THE BOOK BREAK
"Unwilling Souls by Gregory D. Little is the epic fantasy book I’ve been waiting for for years."
-- Nerd Girl ★★★★★ Five Stars
“I can honestly tell you that this novel has some of the most creative and beautiful world
building that I have read in quite some time.”
-- The Novel Girl Reads
“I found Ses easy to like, there’s intrigue and deception and let’s not forget walking skeletons,
soul driven magic and huge spiders – really, what more could you possibly want?”
-- Lynn's Books
The gods have achieved the unthinkable. Inhabiting human avatars from within their prison's walls, they now gather followers and work to break it open from the outside. One of those avatars is Ses's own father.
Just as all seems lost, Ses learns of a recently unearthed artifact so powerful that it can repair the prison and save her father from the possession that is killing him. But in the wrong hands, the artifact could demolish the prison instead of repairing it. And it's already been stolen...
In a desperate race to control the object that will save or end the world, Ses faces a devastating choice as she realizes that no one is immune to the artifact's ancient promise of forgotten power. Not her family. Not her friends. Not even herself...
Writers are creatures of legend. With magic, wisdom, and the power of creation at their fingertips. They, too, are in every culture and have been creating their own mythologies since the beginning of time.
Within each writer is the power of a dragon. . . . The power of creation.
Gathered together are twenty-six stories from writers who dared to tame this power, including New York Times best-selling authors Brandon Sanderson, Jody Lynn Nye, Todd McCaffrey, and David Farland. Through fantasy, sci-fi, romance, and poetry, this anthology celebrates the magic and majesty of dragons, writers, and creativity.
Within these pages, you’ll find dragons who fly through space, who raise hatchlings, who carry the power of life and death. Some dragons are even featured as swords, planes, and origami creatures.
Dragon Writers is a special collection where magic and myth combine to create something legendary.
All profits benefit the Don Hodge Memorial Scholarship fund for the Superstars Writing Seminar.
Red. The color of blood, of war, of passion—and of a new unicorn herd.
A Game of Horns: A Red Unicorn Anthology has gathered 21 original stories about red unicorns from famous and soon-to-be-famous authors, including New York Times best-selling authors Jody Lynn Nye and David Farland. Some stories feature physical unicorns; most do not. Some unicorns are kind; most are not.
From a battlefield to a candy store, from zombie unicorns in rural America to telepathic unicorns on the dark side of Europa, from the fantastical past to the possible future, no creative avenue or conflict remains unexplored by these talented storytellers.
Pick a story. Take a chance. And play A Game of Horns.
All profits benefit the Don Hodge Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Betrayed by one she trusted, Ses led her father's demonic enemies to his secret headquarters. Now she and the survivors must reach their new home - the forgotten city of Ocypode. But something is already waiting.
What seemed the perfect haven is the perfect nightmare. Ocypode is a city that forgets its nights, and hundreds of poor souls have vanished. Ses must unravel the mystery ... or she'll go missing too. But some in the city know more than they are letting on.
The secret servants of the imprisoned gods have wicked plans for Ocypode, and Ses is forced to tap into dark powers to discover the truth. She has defeated the gods before.
But how far will she have to go to defy them again?
"His stories are bursting with so many wondrous things, nothing is simple or boring here, it's all expansive and fresh feeling, an incredible use of a great imagination...and is definitely complete brain candy for me!"
-- Taylor Hansen @museignitedreads
"This book has left me in such a state of awe!"
-- Ink and Magic Reading
"Gregory D Little is Moorcock's fantasy heir - decadent gods, dying civilizations, addictions, hallucinations, family betrayal, doomed passion."
-- Anthony Dobranski, author of The Demon in Business Class
Check out the other anthologies in the series – Eclectically Heroic, Eclectically Magical, Eclectically Cosmic, Eclectically Vegas, Eclectically Criminal, and Eclectically Carnal – for more wonderful adventures by magnificent authors.
In Undercurrents: An Anthology of What Lies Beneath, twenty-three talented authors, including New York Times bestsellers Kevin J. Anderson, Rebecca Moesta, and Jody Lynn Nye, have stood on the shores of their psyches and looked out over the ocean of possibility and wondered “What lies beneath?”
The sea creatures and sea monsters that answered their calls range from a giant kraken that rules the deepest ocean to the smallest puffer fish that creates intricate works of underwater art. Creatures of classic mythology—mermaids, sirens, and sea serpents—swim alongside more unusual beasts—underwater cats and singing whirlpools. These stories dive deep into the fears many of us face, including loss, abandonment, death, and physical, mental, or emotional danger. When the fears we keep buried beneath the surface rise up and threaten to consume, we must make a choice: conquer or be conquered.
This anthology is the fourth volume produced by the alumni of the Superstars Writing Seminar, and all royalties benefit the Don Hodge Memorial Scholarship Fund.
The Colored Lens strives to do exactly that. By publishing ten to twelve short stories and serialized novellas a quarter in genres ranging from fantasy, to science fiction, to slipstream or magical realism, we hope to help our readers see the world just a bit differently than before they came to us.
Featuring works by Marcelina Vizcarra, Peter J. Enyeart, Steve Toase, Greg Little, Melinda Moore, Jeff Suwak, Dusty Cooper, Nyki Blatchley, Damien Krsteski, Iulian Ionescu, J.A. Becker, and Todd Thorne.
Edited by Dawn Lloyd and Daniel Scott