Sword and Blood Sarah Marques
Book One of The Vampire Musketeers
In another world, history changes but heroes remain the same.
In a world where vampires have taken every humble chapel, defiled every grand cathedral, subdued most nations and treated… More
The Fourth Science Fiction Megapack Isaac Asimov et al.
The Fourth Science Fiction Megapack selects 25 more modern and classic science fiction stories, by talented authors new and old. Authors in this volume include: Mary A. Turzillo, E.C. Tubb, Murray Leinster, Philip… More
Anthem Ayn Rand
“Anthem” is a dystopian fiction novella by Ayn Rand, written in 1937 and first published in 1938 in England. It takes place at some unspecified future date when mankind has entered another dark age characterized… More
Self-Hypnosis Melvin Powers
All of us like to think that our actions and reactions are a result of logical thought processes, but the fact is that suggestion influences our thinking a great deal more than logic. Consciously or unconsciously, our… More
The Tom Swift Megapack Victor Appleton
The Tom Swift Megapack presents the first 25 volumes of the famous series in proper order, with original cover illustrations. Included are:
Tom Swift and His Motor-Cycle Tom Swift and His Motor-Boat Tom Swift and His… More
The Experiences of Loveday Brooke, Lady Detective Catherine Louisa Pirkis
Miss Loveday Brooke was one of the of the very first fictional female detectives — an unheard-of profession for a woman in Victorian London. This volume collects seven of her classic adventures: “The Black… More
The Scent of Heather V. J. Banis
Maggie came with her sister Rebecca to Heather House, to recover from the drowning deaths of their two husbands. They thought a few months in the country would be wonderful therapy. But the house seems to be haunted by … More
The Movie Patti Beckman
This is Hollywood in the 1980s. Beautiful, classy Natalie Brooks is the reigning young star of big-hit movies, earning the studio millions in profits. Kirk Trammer is one of the new breed of directors–talented… More
Murder Jambalaya Lloyd Biggle
?My missing person did not hunt, fish, or engage in any type of sport that one would do in a Louisiana fishing village. And after a cursory look at what was called Pointe Nueve, I doubted a decent antique could be found to … More
On Spec Magazine – Spring 2012 #88 vol 24 no 1 Diane L. Walton et al.
The Spring 2012 issue of On Spec Magazine.
This issue features short stories by Edward Willett (“A Little Space Music”), Derek Künsken (“Long Leap”), Regan Wolfrom (“The Hill Where… More
Mythic Delirium 26 Amal El-Mohtar et al.
Our 26th issue features 22 new poems, including the return of multiple Rhysling Award-winner Amal El-Mohtar to our pages with an account of an encounter both frightening and seductive, Mythic Delirium regular Sonya… More
It Was Too Soon Before Dirk Vanden
It Was Too Soon Before is the autobiography of Richard Fullmer who wrote under the nom de plume Dirk Vanden. He was a serious novelist in the early days of the development of the gay literary genre. His first books were published–augmented… More
Fireside Magazine Brian White
Dear Weightless Books Fireside Subscribers,
IF YOU FOLLOWED our last Kickstarter at all, you’ll know that it was a very close thing getting Issue Three funded. We knew there was going to be a point of Kickstarter fatigue… More
Point of Hopes: A Novel of Astreiant Melissa Scott et al.
Nicolas Rathe is a pointsman, a dedicated watchman in the great city of Astreiant. During the annual trade fair, with a city filled with travelers and merchants, someone is stealing children. The populace is getting… More