Genre: Romance

Love. An essential and important part of the human experience. And in Feel the Love, editor Mark Leslie takes readers on a journey through the various forms of that powerful emotion. From the heartwarming to the heartbreaking, these eighteen talented writers brilliantly capture the concept of love. Comforting and thoughtful, uplifting and warm, these stories might just restore your faith in humanity.

Table of Contents
“Thief” by Michael Kowal
“Death’s Other Cousin” by Lisa Silverthorne
“Making Amends” by David Stier
“Frostwitch vs. the Ravages of Time” by Dayle A. Dermatis
“The Goddess Killer” by Lauryn Christopher
“Love Locks” by Dale Hartley Emery
“Love Bots” by Dæmon Crowe
“Loving Abby” by Angela Penrose
“Foiled” by Brigid Collins
“A Love to Remember” by Tonya D. Price
“The Refurbished Companion” by Kelly Washington
“The Secret of Catnip” by Stefon Mears
“Lifeblood” by Alexandra Brandt
“Who Loves the Unloved?” by Laura Ware
“Henry and Beth at the Funeral Home” by Joe Cron
“Truth and Lies” by David H. Hendrickson
“With Love in Their Hearts” by Robert Jeschonek
“Every Day New, Bright and Beautiful” by Annie Reed

The Cutting Edge of Modern Short Fiction

A three-time Hugo Award nominated magazine, this issue of Pulphouse Fiction Magazine offers up eighteen fantastic stories by some of the best writers working in modern short fiction. No genre limitations, no topic limitations, just great stories. Attitude, feel, and high quality fiction equals Pulphouse.

“This is definitely a strong start. All the stories have a lot of life to them, and are worthwhile reading.”—Tangent Online on Pulphouse Fiction Magazine, Issue #1

Includes:

“Valley Girl Vampire to Save the World” by Stephanie Writt

“The Warrior Women of Apartment 3C” by Annie Reed

“Breathing in the Stars” by Robert J. McCarter

“Retired from Henching” by Ezekiel James Boston

“The Networked Path of the Cyber Zamurai” by David Bruns

“Disturbing the Peace” by O'Neil De Noux

“The Rhythm Method: The Percussor’s Tale” by Kevin J. Anderson and Neil Peart

“C is for Sissies” by Kent Patterson

“The Preacher's Kid and the 2004 Red Sox” by David H. Hendrickson

“From the Good Old Days” by Jim Gotaas

“The Art of the Prank Phone Call” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch

“Human Subjects” by Ray Vukcevich

“Planet Suds and the Sockpocalypse” by Lisa Silverthorne

“Just Desserts” by R.W. Wallace

“Obsession” by Jerry Oltion

“Flowers for Mother” by J. Steven York

“For the Love of Books” by Jason A. Adams

“The Spinach Can's Son” by Robert Jeschonek

“Minions at Work: Bar None” by J. Steven York

Book Cover: Pulphouse #8

The Cutting Edge of Modern Short Fiction

A three-time Hugo Award nominated magazine, this issue of Pulphouse Fiction Magazine offers up eighteen fantastic stories by some of the best writers working in modern short fiction. No genre limitations, no topic limitations, just great stories. Attitude, feel, and high quality fiction equals Pulphouse.

“This is definitely a strong start. All the stories have a lot of life to them, and are worthwhile reading.”—Tangent Online on Pulphouse Fiction Magazine, Issue #1

Includes

“The Hero of Calliope Springs: A Clockwork Cowboy Story” by J. Steven York

“Dirt Dancer” by Joslyn Chase

“Eternal Flame” by Rob Vagle

“Seeing Him for the First Time” by David H. Hendrickson

“No Common Scents” by Jim Gotaas

“With Light Years Between Us” by Robert J. McCarter

“Unfamiliar, Foreign, Outré” by Jerry Oltion

“Taking Care of Business” by Mary Jo Rabe

“A Night Under the Stars” by Lisa Silverthorne

“Pretty Rita” by O'Neil De Noux

“Leftovers” by B.A. Paul

“Degrading” by Ezekiel James Boston

“Thumpman at the Keys” by Kent Patterson

“Road Kill: A Dan Shamble, Zombie P.I. Story” by Kevin J. Anderson

“A Warriors Death” by Stephanie Writt

“In-Class Assignment” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch

“Life, With Cats” Annie Reed

“Blackbeard's Aliens” by Robert Jeschonek

“Minions at Work: Head Case” by J. Steven York

Book Cover: Valentine's Spectacular 2021

Starting on February 7, 2021, you get a Valentine’s Spectacular story per day sent to you automatically.

That’s a story per day for eight days!

Get a daily dose of sweet romance in your inbox. Want to give a gift of love to someone who likes romance? Of course you do! Give them the literary equivalent of a box of chocolates that will brighten their Valentine’s Day and warm their hearts.

Contains my story "Cape Cod Chips and the Goggles Guy."

Sweet Valentines

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Book Cover: From a Dry, Bitter Stream Comes the Sweetest of Fountains

My latest romance short story, "From a Dry, Bitter Stream Comes the Sweetest of Fountains," in now available in Heart's Kiss magazine. The editors call this story, "a great story about female empowerment in a time when women had no voice unless they met the right partner."

Romance fans, do yourself a favor and get this terrific magazine.

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Book Cover: A Wheelchair and a Unicycle at Faneuil Hall

I love all of my stories. They're my babies, and God help you if you say one of them is ugly.

But if I'm picking favorites, "A Wheelchair and a Unicycle in Faneuil Hall" is definitely one of them. It's a romantic suspense, so I'm hoping all you romance fans AND all you suspense fans will like it. It's now available in the terrific magazine, Heart's Kiss.

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Book Cover: Body Check

Sportswriter Olivia Turnbull covers the Blades, Boston’s professional hockey team. She'd never break the taboo against dating one of the players. The temptation never even crosses her mind.

Until, that is, the Blades trade for Chad Finnegan. She and Chad enjoyed a torrid love affair during their college days and when he arrives, one look dooms them both.

Their love breaks all the rules, but the forbidden fruit tastes too sweet until they learn that it could cost them everything.

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Book Cover: No Defense

After giving up the worst goal of his NHL career and at the worst possible time – overtime of the Stanley Cup Championship Game 7 -- Tyler McKenzie flees to Africa. But even a safari into the famed Serengeti can’t wipe away the sting of his failure. He sees it everywhere he looks.

Except when he looks into the eyes of Angie Smolinski, an outspoken, bull-in-the-china-shop firecracker he finds far more interesting than any of the beauties back home.

They fall head over heels for each other until the firecracker explodes like a bomb.

"David H. Hendrickson is one of my favorite writers." -- USA Today bestselling author Kristine Kathryn Rusch

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