When Lisa’s unemployment runs out, she agrees to be part of an experiment bringing her 12-year-old daughter, Jennifer, and her 8-year-old son, Casey, back to the 80’s. The kids discover a world quite different from their own, with games like MASH, synthesizer songs, and of course, big hair. Will they love it or hate it? Lisa has fun reliving her glory days either way!
Anna, a young archaeologist, along with her partner, a pyramidologist named David, arrived at Revvel’s Tomb to investigate some oddities at the popular tourist attraction. What they actually discovered was something even more strange and unexpected than anything they had heard of or seen before—and it certainly did not belong in a tomb thousands of years old.
The animals that once freely roamed the lands of Fanelly had been all but completely hunted down. And when a young man wreaks havoc among the last of the three-headed dogs, centaurs and winged horses, he gets a little more than he bargained for in return.
Paren had searched everywhere for one particular lost soul. He was not in Limbo. He was not earthbound. He seemed lost in every sense of the word.
Being trusted with finding truly lost souls when they are at last ready to move on, she makes her way to The Nameless Fair, a sometimes gruesome carnival housing those who were lost both in life and in death.
Can Paren succeed among the fair vendors selling deep-fried legs and rides like the “Smotherer,” operated by phantoms? Only the support of a fellow spirit guide encourages her as she hunts through a fair filled with lost spirits and apathetic specters at every turn.
Remmant was the last of her kind. Her friends thought they had found the perfect way to keep her safe in the forest, safe from harm and from sickness. But would the “last one” still meet her last day before her time? And did she even want to stay alive?
“Curse of the Power God”: Pegasus by Eva Schuster/FreeImages.com, curtain background by Thomas Pukalski/FreeImages.com
“The Nameless Fair” and “The Last One”: Cover images by artisticallywriting.com