Room Number: 34
Resident: Sally Connolly
Certified SS Member Since: Jan 16, 2022
Sally Connolly is the author of "Navigating Glioblastoma: A Caregiver's Perspective" (2020)
“The Scarecrows were coming.”
After their estranged mother’s passing, Dawn and her sister Daisy inherit her ranch. It was a place they hadn’t been since they were young, and before their parents’ divorce… before their mother went stark raving mad, according to their dad. Dawn arrives first, and she falls for the rural charm of the farm. She fantasizes about what it would be like to settle down and find a man with whom she may enjoy the small-town life. Little does she know about the evil that is stalking her from the cornfields. When Daisy shows up, all hell breaks loose as she discovers how family ties hold the secret to unravelling the horrific ancestral curse of their inheritance.
“All across the empire of Hell, the vibe went sour.”
Angus McMurry is veteran and a member of The Order of Haniel. He recently moved to Fort Worth, Texas, where he lives like an everyday civilian, but is employed to keep a watchful eye for any suspicious activity that may threaten the sanctity of a divine artifact known as “The Cloak of Haniel”. The cloak was created by the archangel himself, and it’s up to The Order of Haniel to protect it at all costs. It is said that the cloak inspires a lust for power, and it has altered the course of mankind many times throughout history. When Angus receives an invitation to attend what he believes to be an induction to celebrate a new member at The Order of Haniel HQ, it turns out to be his own induction into the throes of cosmic tribulation. Will Angus be able to face his inner demons, and do what’s necessary to protect “The Daemon Cloak of Haniel” from the nefarious and otherworldly forces that threaten humanity, before his time on earth has expired?
Back in 2010/2011 I underwent my own rediscovery in this regard, as I came to the painful realization of just how far removed I was from having any significance within the environment in which I lived, and not to mention the world at large (as it reaches the fruition of a postindustrial era that was responsible for staunchly globalizing GDP).
*Warning: Contains Provocative Themes and Graphic Imagery
*** FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER ***
This limited edition print is the first official release from LFLR Entertainment to feature the following short stories, written & revised by Jonathan Rossignol, in one definitive collection:
Codex Inferni #1 - "The Hall Way"
Codex Inferni #2 - "Red Black & Blue"
Codex Inferni #3 - "Metaphysical"
Codex Inferni #4 - "Hanging Tree"
Codex Inferni #5 - "Out of Touch"
Codex Inferni #6 - "Circuits & Sigils"
Codex Inferni #7 - "The Dangerous Man"
Codex Inferni #8 - "Drone"
Codex Inferni #9 - "Circuits & Sigils 2"
“She was now both life and death.”
Alexandria is a reclusive college student who moves to Farmington(ME), not only for her education but also to distance herself from a troubled past. Getting away from her estranged family was easy enough, but escaping trouble proves to be a pipedream that taunts her while she sleeps. Since her youth, Lexi has experienced prophetic nightmares about people dying in tragic or horrific ways. When a student at Alexandria’s college turns up dead near campus, it becomes clear that trouble has followed her to Maine. Alex fears that she may be losing touch with reality, but when she meets the mysterious man of her dreams - in real life, the secrets behind her divine perception soon become unveiled.
“Rules, sorry. You’re dead now.”
Pen has a buried secret. She could very well be the last living Blood Warrior in existence. With her wounds still fresh from the death of her husband and son, the future of her kind seems bleak. Self-preservation has become her primary focus, but shouldn’t be difficult during the “Era of Undying”. People are no longer passing away, and King Aegeus suspects that this crime against humanity has something to do with the Goddess Nyx. Pen is faced with an ultimatum, and uncovering a secret could be her only means of reuniting with the love she lost, as she embarks on a mystical journey too dangerous for any mere mortal.
“It has nothing to do with you or the decisions you make; you’re just unlucky.”
Tim’s luck has run out. After his house flipping venture goes bust in Philly (post two thousand eight real estate market crash), Tim cuts his losses and decides to try his luck in Atlantic City. After going bust at the poker tables, things are looking bleak until Tim is made an offer that he feels has no business to refuse. The tables turn when Tim starts making some real cash in his new role (running underground poker games in New York). As luck would have it, he begins to question everything he previously understood about the American dream, in “We Run Bad”.