More Portals

by Barbara G.Tarn , C.A. Rowland

More Portals anthology
Editions:ePub: $ 4.99
ISBN: 1092957553
Pages: 164

More portals, including science fiction ones that either take to other worlds, aliens, back in time or other dimensions. With some traditional portal fantasy and a couple of weird tales of passages between worlds. 10 portal stories of discovery that sometimes lead to love.

The Pub Avalon by Barbara G.Tarn

A portal between Boise, Idaho and the mytical place known as Avalon.

 

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About the Authors

Barbara G.Tarn

Barbara G.Tarn writes mostly fantasy, a professional writer and hobbyist artist, a world-creator and storyteller. She has a few ongoing series: her fantasy world of Silvery Earth (high fantasy) and the Star Minds Universe (science fantasy) are mostly standalone. She dabbles into historical fantasy with her Vampires Through the Centuries series and has started post-apocalyptic/steampunk series called Future Earth Chronicles.

Two of her stories received an Honorable Mention at the Writers of the Future contest. One of her stories has been published in Pulphouse Magazine #5 (March  2019). She writes, draws, ignores her day job and blogs once a week.


C.A. Rowland

C.A. Rowland has always loved traveling and exploring new places, from neighborhood empty houses to foreign lands that draw her. She comes by her interest in ghosts, myths and legends and the paranormal naturally, having spent hours in cemeteries with her grandmother. Ms. Rowland writes historical fiction, science fiction, fantasy and the Haunted City mystery novel series set in Savannah, Georgia.  Her short fiction can also be seen in several upcoming volumes of Fiction River, Pulphouse Magazine and other short story anthologies.

Ms. Rowland is also a member of Sisters-in-Crime and the Guppies. She’s been a member at large with the group, a contributor to First Draft and continues to support the organization.  On the local and state level, she is a member of Riverside Writers. Lake Authors and the Virginia Writer’s Club. Her short stories, The History of a Fruitcake, won the Bethlehem Writer’s Roundtable 2015 Short Story Award,and Staring at the Stars won the 2020 A Midsummer  Tale contest.

Ms. Rowland lives in Virginia with her boyfriend, and her rescue cat, Kayla, who has also served as inspiration for a number of short stories.  You can keep up with Ms. Rowland’s upcoming fiction and travel adventures at www.carowland.com.


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