The Second IWSG Anthology Focuses on Lost Heroes

The Second IWSG Anthology Focuses on Lost Heroes coverMay 2, 2017 (Pikeville, NC)

Can a fallen hero find redemption? The twelve stories in the Insecure Writer’s Support Group anthology all center on the difficulties of a hero who has lost his way.

After the success of the first anthology, Parallels: Felix Was Here, the organization put out the call for fantasy short stories fitting the theme of hero lost. After selecting the top entries, they were sent to a panel of agents and authors for final selection.

Hero Lost: Mysteries of Death and Life showcases the most powerful and moving examples of a lost hero, spanning every fantasy genre. Hero Lost Mysteries of Death and Life An Insecure Writer’s Support Group Anthology.

Can a lost hero find redemption? What if Death himself wanted to die? Can deliverance be found on a bloody battlefield? Could the gift of silvering become a prison for those who possessed it? Will an ancient warrior be forever the caretaker of a house of mystery?

Delving into the depths of the tortured hero, twelve authors explore the realms of fantasy in this enthralling and thought-provoking collection.

Featuring the talents of Jen Chandler, L. Nahay, Renee Cheung, Roland Yeomans, Elizabeth Seckman, Olga Godim, Yvonne Ventresca, Ellen Jacobson, Sean McLachlan, Erika Beebe, Tyrean Martinson, and Sarah Foster. Hand-picked by a panel of agents and authors, these twelve tales will take you into the heart of heroes who have fallen from grace. Join the journey and discover a hero’s redemption!

In this marvelous collection of speculative fiction, we journey through twelve wonderfully written tales to find out if the tortured hero can be redeemed. – Christine Rains, author

The authors have done us a favor by all being darned good at their craft. Recommended for fantasy fans. – Gordon Long, author

Founded by author Alex J. Cavanaugh, the Insecure Writer’s Support Group offers support for writers and authors alike. It provides an online database, articles and tips, a monthly blog posting, a Facebook group, and a monthly newsletter.

Hero Lost: Mysteries of Death and Life is available May 2, 2017 online, retail, and in all eBook formats.

Published by Freedom Fox Press, a division of Dancing Lemur Press, L.L.C., P.O. Box 383, Pikeville, NC 27863-0383.

Trade paperback $14.95 ISBN 978-1-939844-36-1
eBook $4.99 ISBN 978-1-939844-37-8

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