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Donald J. Bingle
Author of Frame Shop, a mystery thriller set in a suburban writers' group, Net Impact, a spy thriller which incorporates real-world conspiracy theories, GREENSWORD, a dark comedy about global warming, and Forced Conversion, a military science fiction novel set in the near future. Co-author of The... show more



Author of Frame Shop, a mystery thriller set in a suburban writers' group, Net Impact, a spy thriller which incorporates real-world conspiracy theories, GREENSWORD, a dark comedy about global warming, and Forced Conversion, a military science fiction novel set in the near future. Co-author of The Love-Haight Case Files, a paranormal legal thriller about lawyers protecting the rights of supernatural creatures in a magic-filled San Francisco. Edited the ghost anthology, Familiar Spirits. Also author of a variety of short fiction in the science fiction, fantasy, thriller, horror, mystery, steampunk, romance, and comedy genres, including stories in the Dragonlance and Transformers universes and in a variety of DAW themed anthologies.World's top-ranked player of RPGA Classic roleplaying game tournaments from 1985-2000.See my writing and gaming resumes at www.donaldjbingle.com., including a listing of about fifty anthologies in which I have stories. Some of my previously published stories have been collected by theme in my Writer on Demand TM series and published on Kindle, including Tales of Gamers and Gaming, Tales of Humorous Horror, Tales Out of Time, Grim, Fair e-Tales, Tales of an Altered Past Powered by Romance, Horror, and Steam, Not-So-Heroic Fantasy, and Shadow Realities. My award-winning short memoir, Father's Day, is also available on Kindle, as is Gentlemanly Horrors of Mine Alone, the ninth story in Mike Stackpole's Chain Story Project.I also have a series of humorous critiques (Season's Critiquings; Merry Mark-Up, and Holiday Workshopping) of Christmas classics which writers, aspiring authors, and NaNoWriMo participants will find especially amusing.

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mattries37315
mattries37315 rated it 1 year ago
The short story anthology Earth, Air, Fire, Water edited by Margaret Weis, the second and last collection of the Tales from the Eternal Archives, contains thirteen stories of varying quality loosely connected to one another through the titular mystical library. But unlike the first collection all t...
Char's Horror Corner
Char's Horror Corner rated it 3 years ago
Bumps in the Road is an anthology, edited by Chad Lutzke, containing stories that all have something to do with being on the road. The road can be a dark, creepy, and lonely place; some of these trips are nightmarish, indeed. As with any collection, not all of the stories worked for me, but the o...
attempting obscurity
attempting obscurity rated it 7 years ago
I like to get short story anthologies, because they're interruptable (I have issues with putting a book down mid-plot to go do something else; I'm not good at it), they often introduce new writers or allow a favorite and much-read author to explore genres other than what I normally see them in, and ...
wealhtheow
wealhtheow rated it 11 years ago
A mediocre-at-best collection of stories about Evil Overlords. Tanya Huff and Nina Kiriki Hoffman (no surprise there) wrote the only two stories worth reading. The stories aren't even offensively or impressively bad--just sort of boring and banal.
Intensely Focused
Intensely Focused rated it 12 years ago
I really liked this anthology. There were several highly amusing stories.
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