Walking: Five Short Stories from the Sands
The old world is gone. Perished in flame and radiation. What's left is an eternal desert, and a world of walking. Egress, the last of the great city arks, leads humankind across a ravaged world followed always by the Walking Caravan. The tattered refugees of a war fought and forgotten millennia ago. This selection of short stories details the lives of the people existing past the end of the world. The Rider faces a harrowing decision, and wrestles with his own morality. The Cultist does unspeakable things to save her sister. The Walker teaches his apprentice the complexities of crafting a boot. The Chaperone finds herself injured and stranded in the frontier with a cruel enemy stalking her. The Shuffler has been sentenced to walk, and no one is as convinced of his guilt as he.
Sand & Rust
Egress, a mobile city, crawls across the sands of a barren world with the remnants of humanity walking in its wake, searching for a haven, hoping for a home. The Chaperones have lead them to another sewage ocean, to the toxic remains of the old world. It meant poison winds, sickness, and above all, death. But Egress isn’t slowing, and Sheriff Gil Oldborne isn’t the only one who knows that the winds grow stronger with each passing step.
A Postman's Guide to Monster Hunting
Veteran Postman Reginald Crawford-James travels the multiverse through means of Postboxes, slaying monsters who have strayed into dimensions where they don't belong. Reginald's abilities are pushed to their limits when he encounters a long thought mythical monster, the Numbaldorg. If Reginald cannot stop the Numbaldorg, an infinite number of realities will fall victim to its wrath.
Bruce Alford isn’t the saviour of the human race, despite what his alien abductors might think. He’s an out-of-shape actor who spends his life soaking in hot tubs and devouring crispy tempura rolls. So when he’s dropped into a multi-event tournament halfway across the galaxy he wishes he’d spent more time in the gym and less ordering room service.