By Michael H. Hanson, Edward McKeown, C.J. Henderson, Arthur Sanchez, Deborah Koren, Paul Barrett, Anthony Truax, Sarah Wagner, Mallory Makepeace, Bruce Durham, Jordan Ellinger, and James I. Wasserman
The Hell Realms endure and humanity’s extinction appears to be a forgone conclusion… unless Johnny The Salesman has something to say about it. Stop by the Triple-Six Tavern for a drink on the house, blow a life’s savings or just your soul in the Gaming Pit, groove to some of history’s greatest bands, spend an amorous hour in the Brothel Tents, settle a life or death challenge in the Grudge Pit, hit the crowded Dance Floor, and revel in the greatest party of all time held in the most famous bar in all of the multiverse!
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Michael H. Hanson is the Creator of the Sha’Daa shared-world, horror/fantasy anthology series currently consisting of Sha’Daa: Tales of The Apocalypse, Sha’Daa: Last Call, Sha’Daa: Pawns, Sha’Daa: Facets, and the soon to premiere Sha’Daa: Inked all published by Moondream Press (an imprint of Copper Dog Publishing LLC). In the upcoming year Michael will not only be overseeing the writing of the new Sha’Daa anthology Sha’Daa: Inked, but he is also overseeing the writing of the shared-world novel Not To Yield, a science fiction tale inspired by The Odyssey. Michael is the Founder of the international writers club, The Fictioneers, a non-profit organization created in 2007 to encourage the writing of sci fi, fantasy, and horror, and the creative interaction of fledgling writers with more experienced professionals. The Fictioneers is loosely modeled after those fun children’s clubs of mid-20th Century radio fame (Captain Midnight, Little Orphan Annie, etc.).
Edward McKeown escaped from NY, but his old hometown supplies much of the background to his humorous “Lair of the Lesbian Love Goddess” shorts, as his new hometown in Charlotte, North Carolina does for his “Knight Templar” urban fantasy series. He enjoys a wide variety of interests from ballroom dance to the martial arts. Ed has also edited four Sha’Daa anthologies of tales of the Apocalypse and a wide variety of short stories. Ed is best known for his Robert Fenaday/Shasti Rainhell series of SF novels set on the Privateer Sidhe. He will soon debut a new series set in the same universe, featuring a 50,000 year old android named Maauro and her friend, a disgraced pilot named Wrik Trigardt, as they battle governments and the Thieves Guild for their freedom.
Authors Biographies: www.shadaa.com
“[Last Call] is an entertaining dark fantasy apocalyptic horror thrill ride!”
— David J. West, Nephite Blood, Spartan Heart
“Sha’Daa is entertaining and packs a real punch. Any fan of horror or dark fantasy should have this book on a shelf. But be warned: watch out for Johnny The Salesman, because if he comes calling, that means you are about to be thrust into some serious trouble and you’d better have something to trade.”
— Mike Griffiths, Innsmouth Free Press
“This book runs like a well oiled machine; properly paced, smooth and engaging from the start. You might jump a time or two, laugh a time or two, and even momentarily pause a time or two to take it all in, but above all you will indeed buy a book or two. Sha’Daa: Last Call is over-all a fine outing, an Apocalyptic thrill ride to the edge and back again that will keep you holding on till the end.”
— Stephen W. Roberts, Liquid Imagination