Kickstarter!! From June 1st-June 30th, you can back this novella on Kickstarter. Get yourself a signed copy of the paperback when it releases and early access to the full novella online! Any amount helps and rewards start at $5. Thank you for your support! --Ashton https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/macashton/the-first-ambassador-to-crustacea 1. Ambition Nana’s Hog was a ship that looked … Continue reading The First Ambassador to Crustacea – First Chapter
Look, I wrote a story about killer snails, but people seem to like it, maybe you will too. "Wonderfully visceral piece of story-telling." - ABC Tales User "How wonderfully horrifying!" - A Reddit User
Herb Withers watched in horror as Jeremiah raised his hitherto unused pistol. The barrel was pointed right at Herb’s chest, and before there was any chance to react, a deafening thunderclap rocked him backward.
Fall came, quickly followed by winter, and the hangings slowed, so they had plenty of time to practice, and even more for Maggie to be frustrated at the lack of progress.
All Maggie wanted to do was ask Adam about the possession, but a bet was a bet.
The following month was hot, the sun’s scorching rays beating down on the packed earth and sending waves through the otherwise clear air.
“It’s all in the feet. See? See how much he’s kicking? Can’t conserve a breath like that, no sir.” Maggie looked up at the man swinging from the high branch of Hangman’s Tree. She felt a twinge of sympathy, but mostly anticipation. A pocket watch ticked slowly in her hand.
Martian Marines Kick the Most Ass
This is one of the best sci-fi books I’ve read in recent memory, and I can’t wait to burn through the rest of the series.
This week on Cryptids Decrypted, we’re taking a look at one of the more famous mythical creatures of the modern day, El Chupacabra. Hailing from Puerto Rico, the chupacabra was first sighted in the mid-nineties, right around the time UFO fever was hitting a new high. The creature takes its name from chupar (to suck) … Continue reading El Chupacabra – A History of the Mystery