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Dracula's Daughters: Classic Tales of Vampire Women
Dracula's Daughters: Classic Tales of Vampire Women & Their Thirsts is a unique anthology of time-tested shudder-stories about a unique breed of women who "refused to take death lying down"--and is available exclusively to eBook readers. Though they may all be siblings beneath the skin (and graveyard as well!), these vampiric sisters are as different as any eight women could be. Though most imbibe their blood the traditional way, one, "The Good Lady Ducayne," prefers to acquire her nourishment t... more info>>
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Ed Wood: The Early Years
The Inside Story of How Ed Wood Jr. Became the Way He Was! The truth about this eccentric Hollywood genius at last--Ed Wood as the Tim Burton movie didn't show him--and as he didn't want you to know him. In this sure to be controversial book (the first of a projected two-volume biography), filmland journalist Jean Marie Stine (who knew Ed Wood and his inner circle personally) deflates the many myths Ed Wood, Jr. created about his own life, chronicles the youth, war years, and post-war years of t... more info>>
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Flame Jewel of the Ancients & The Seven Jewels of Chamar [Planets of Adventure #2]
Two classic, colorful novels of the spaceways from the pages of the supreme magazine of space opera, Planet Stories. In Flame Jewel of the Ancients, proud Terra and the 1000 suns would be drifting embers if Bro-Donal won the Flame-Jewel of the Ancients. The tiny golden sphere, blazing with terrible energy spelled Galactic Empire at last to his outlaw horde, once they had tapped its limitless power. They were grimly amused therefore when Captain Glayne of the Stellar Guardians dropped innocently ... more info>>
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Future Eves: Great Science Fiction About Women by Women
How will women affect the future, and how will the future affect the lives of women? You'll find out in Future Eves: Great Science Fiction by Women About Women edited by Jean Marie Stine. Written between 1931 and 1959, these stories show how different women have, in different eras, envisioned the future of their sex. Leslie F. Stone was so far ahead of her time that nothing like her novelette, "The Conquest of Gola" (1931), an encounter with Earth males told from the point-of-view of an alien ma... more info>>
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Ghost Hunters and Psychic Detectives: 9 Classic Tales of Sleuthing and the Supernatural
Stories of Ghosts, Werewolves, Vampires & Detection! Here are nine fascinating, shuddery tales about those most overlooked of sleuths--the ghost hunters and psychic detectives who spiced up the pages of turn-of-the century magazines. Equipped with a deep knowledge of things occult--often with a pinch of paranormal power themselves--these bloodhounds of the borderland pick up where more mundane detectives like the immortal Sherlock Holmes or Miss Jane Marple leave off. When the likes of Mason Bel... more info>>
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Gynomorphs: Classic SF Novellas About Women Who Become Men
Three Classic SF Novellas About Women Changed into Men. The number of female-to-male transsexuals has increased dramatically in recent years, and they have received much national publicity. But science fiction writers predicted the phenomenon more than three-quarters of a century earlier. Straight from the cutting-edge of the 1920s and '30s, when glandular research was first unearthing clues about the effect of the sex hormones on the body, here is a trio of dangerous visions in which the greate... more info>>
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Hearts of the West: Tales of the Women and Men whose Passions Tamed the Frontier
Hearts of the West is a unique collection of classic Western tales that combine action and romance. This anthology showcases nine stirring, long-forgotten frontier tales with appeal to both men and women. So here are nine classic ranchland romances--a unique collection of nine classic frontier stories that combine action and romance. In "Guardian Angel," a cowboy who doesn't think he needs anyone's help, and a woman who thinks he does, must deal with the treachery and cunning of a criminal famil... more info>>
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Herstory & Other Science Fiction
"Rings with Truth!" writes Amazing Stories of Jean Marie Stine's science fiction. In this first-ever collection of her shorter work, you will discover why The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction hails her work as "razor-blade fiction" and the award-winning fantasist Fritz Leiber said she writes with "passion, pain, real pluck [and] a good eye for physical detail." Here you will find novelettes and shorts from Amazing Stories, Galaxy, Pegasus, SF Sagas, and other top-flight publications. Meet... more info>>
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Horrors #2: More Rarely Reprinted Classic Terror Tales
HORROR LOVERS TREAT! Far too frequently, compilations of classic horror stories reprint the same two dozen or so standards, until readers begin to believe no others were ever written. By now most horror readers are only too familiar with "The Upper Berth," "Mrs. Amsworth," "Markheim," "The Middle Toe of the Right Foot," "The Open Door," "The Mark of the Beast," and "Casting the Runes." The Horrors! series of classic reprints aims to correct this imbalance by searching out great masterpieces of t... more info>>
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How to Read and Interpret Runes: The 99 Cent Guide
Only 99 Cents! Learn the secrets of the runes for less than a dollar in Jean Marie Stine's amazing new eBook! Learn the meanings of each rune, a powerful method for reading the runes to see the future or understand and resolve problems, how to buy or make your own rune stones, how to use the runes a tool for personal growth and insight, and much much more. Includes links to author's rune website where readers can see images of the runes with her personal definition of each, plus images of the ru... more info>>
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How to Write a Bestselling Self-Help Book: The 69 Fatal Mistakes You Should Avoid
The "must have" book by the acknowledged expert for self-help/how-to business, recovery, sports, health, self-improvement, hobby, crafts, health, and New Age writers. "If you follow only a third of her advice, you'll have a successful book." Jeremy Tarcher, publisher Tarcher-Putnam. In this exclusive eBook, author-editor Jean Marie Stine shows writers how to avoid the errors that keep most self-help books from finding publishers and off the bestseller lists if they are published. In How to Write... more info>>
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In the Kingdom of the Sons: A Lesbian Novelette
Lesbians Take Rogue for All He's Worth! In this original novel of sapphic cunning and sexuality. A mother and daughter with lesbian interests set out to "sting" a ruthless, womanizing attorney--the stakes, a million dollar estate! But beware nothing and no one is precisely what they seem in this clever novelette with a punch. Cover art: BrandyE
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Legendary Women Detectives: 6 Novelets Featuring The World's Greatest Female Super-Sleuths
Sherlock Holmes' Female Rivals! This unique collection for connoisseurs of detection done female style brings back six of the greatest fictional women sleuths of the era of gaslights and horseless carriages. Fans of Kinsey Milhone and other contemporary women detectives, as well as of Agatha Christie and Honey West, will love this collection featuring the foremothers of today's fictional female crime-fighters. Long out of print and unobtainable, these celebrated women 'tecs--Baroness Orczy's Lad... more info>>
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Lost Stars 2: More Forgotten SF from the Early
More Great SF You Should Have Read--But Probably Haven't! Available exclusively as an eBook, Lost Stars 2 features more "lost" masterworks of science fiction from classic "best of" anthologies, most of which have been out of print and unobtainable for a half century and longer. Contents include a woman scientists' ultimate revenge on a cruel dictator, John Taine's "The Ultimate Catalyst," a very human space opera, Raymond Z. Gallun's "Return of a Legend," a creepy but valid look at the source of... more info>>
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Lost Stars: Forgotten SF Classics from the 'Best Of' Anthologies
This unique collection, available exclusively as an eBook, showcases nine "lost" masterworks of science fiction from classic "best of" anthologies that have been out of print and unobtainable for nearly fifty years. The anthologies include The Best Science Fiction Stories and Novels 1956, The Best of If, The Best of Fantastic Universe, The Best Science Fiction, The Best of Galaxy, The Best of Planet Stories, and The Science Fiction Hall of Fame. Featured stories are Nebula Award nominee Ross Roc... more info>>
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Motivation 101: Everything You Need to Get Motivated--and Stay Motivated
Available only as an eBook, Motivation 101 is a mini-workshop in a book. Every day, salespeople, entrepreneurs, and ordinary people realize their dreams. How do they do it? How can you? What is the secret of their success? Is it personality? Is it heredity? Is it education? All these are a part of it, of course. But, there is something more important than any of these--motivation--the burning desire to succeed. Yet how many people can say they have truly mastered that art? If you are looking for... more info>>
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No Exit: The Science-Fantasy Classic
"No Exit" is the rarest of all Larry Niven stories. Reprinted only once in an obscure British anthology, it has otherwise only been obtainable by those who could afford the high prices charged for older science fiction magazines. Written with Jean Marie Stine, it appeared in the June 1971 issue of Fantastic Stories. The original magazine blurb for the story read in part: "Stine's review here of television's The Prisoner led to the opportunity to write the third book in that series. Niven is a Hu... more info>>
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The Devil's Brothers
The Ultra-Hot Inside Story of History's Most Famous Male Dom and Sub! A gripping novelette portraying an almost forgotten moment in history. The author's interpretation of the relationship between two of history's most famous gay men. Spiced with torrid scenes of male action, the story challenges you to guess who the main characters are and what era the story is set in. Or will the steamy sex blind you to the clues the author carefully places in the narrative? Cover art: Terrie Balmer
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The Holes in Your Head--and other Humorous Facts about the Human Mind
Love wry, brain-teasing facts? For instance, did you know that... If you received a penny for each thought, you'd earn $40 each day ... Sex may suffer when children come into a marriage--but the house goes first ... Goofing-off and painting a masterpiece take exactly the same amount of effort ... When you say, "I'm of two minds about it," you are literally right--you have two separate brain systems and they are in conflict ... Then you will love Jean Marie Stine's delightful, insightful book.
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The Legendary Detectives: 9 Classic Novelettes Featuring The World's Greatest Super-Sleuths
Golden Age Mystery Clasics: There are hours of e-reading pleasure in The Legendary Detectives: 9 Classic Novelettes Starring the World's Greatest Super-Sleuths. You'll find gathered together a clutch of classic mysteries starring nine of the world's most famous fictional sleuths: The Thinking Machine, the Old Man in the Corner, Max Carrados, Morris Klaw, Sanders of the River, Reggie Fortune, Father Brown, Craig Kennedy, and, of course, the greatest and most famous of them all--Sherlock Holmes. M... more info>>
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The Legendary Detectives: Eight More Classic Novelettes Featuring the World's Greatest Super-Sleuths
Superb Collection of Classic Mystery Tales. The Legendary Detectives II is a real treat for aficionados of classic detective fiction: Eight tales of the greatest fictional sleuths who prowled in search of murder and mystery through the era of gaslight and hansom cabs. A follow-up to the bestselling eBook, The Legendary Detectives, grand treats await inside. To wit: the rarest adventure of that legendary blind detective, Max Carrados, "The Bunch of Violets," never reprinted in any Carrados collec... more info>>
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The Mummies Return: Seven Chilling Tales of Egypt's Undead
The Mummies Return features the thrill-a-minute stories the writers of the original movie, "The Mummy" with Boris Karloff and its many sequels and remakes, used for research. Fans of those films will find the origins of: the scene in which the sacred formula for eternal life is secreted in the base of a statue of Isis; as well as the scenes in which mummies are brought back to life by burning a rare Egyptian herb; where a modern woman, who is the reincarnation of an ancient Egyptian princess, be... more info>>
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The Story of Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp
The classic tale that inspired the hit Disney movie, The Story of Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp, presented complete and unabridged from the original Thousand and One Arabian Nights, is not a children's story, but a book-length fantasy novel of romance and wonder! If you love fantasy novels replete with sorcery and bravery, then you owe it to yourself to read The Story of Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp in a delightful turn-of-the-century translation. Straight from the pages of the "Thousand and ... more info>>
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The Ultimate Success Self-Help Guide: The 3 Greatest Success Books Ever Written--In One Convenient Ebook
Over the years, many self-help books have come and gone. Hundreds have risen to the top of the bestseller lists--only to be forgotten a few short years later. Only a handful of self-help books, like Napoleon Hill's Think and Grow Rich and Dale Carnegie's How to Win Friends and Influence People have stood the test of time and demonstrated the ability to speak meaningfully to each subsequent generation. The three books in this omnibus edition also share that quality. Each is a groundbreaking book ... more info>>
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Those Doggone Dogs: A Tribute in Prose and Poetry to Our Canine Friends
For Everyone Who Loves Dogs! This collection pays tribute in story and verse to our four-footed canine friends--those doggone dogs. You will find every kind of dog: loyal and devoted dogs, honest to a fault dogs, brave dogs, trouble-prone dogs, hungry dogs, bad dogs, misunderstood dogs, understanding dogs, comforting dogs, and many more. Among the stories, verse, dogs, and writers represented in this one of a kind collection are: Albert Payson Terhune and Bruce, Richard Harding Davis with the st... more info>>
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