Fantasy, Paranormal, Sci-Fi
R for fantasy gore, profanity, and violence
The fate of the Cosmos rests in the hands of an unlikely team of unusual friends. Will an exiled member of an ancient extraterrestrial race, a human ghost, and two ghouls be able to outfox an ancient evil and beat Nyarlathotep at his game before time runs out? This buddy story is the first in a series of New Cthulhu Mythos cliffhangers.
You can read last week's snippet here.
“An altar in the Hall of Nyarlathotep—but of course! Who
would not be quite curious to follow a portal in a blasted Hall of Nyarlathotep
“I think that this portal may lead back to your world via
the Dreamlands, Ketil,” the creature revealed. “From my understanding of the
sigils surrounding the gate, this passage terminates in Xura. I have never been
to Xura, but I have heard rumors of a most interesting house which is said to
be a focal point in this realm.”
but of course. The House of Great Fuckery,” the man expounded. “And who in
their right mind would not wish to go through the House of Great Fuckery?”
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I love mysterious portals, although I'm not sure I'd want to end up where this one apparently goes! Enjoyed the snippet...ReplyDelete
This portal doesn't sound like anything I'd be willing to go through. Hope they are more adventurous than I am! Tweeted.ReplyDelete
The way they chip back and forth--and I don't know why--makes me think of slapstick. :-)ReplyDelete
I wish you much luck getting everything set up. The email sign up on my blog is my July goal. I ruled out Mailchimp. Leaning toward Mailerlite. And then I watched a 20Books50K video about Book Funnel... I am so confused. :-)
Who in their right mind, indeed! I for one would take a pass. But then I'm a sissy.ReplyDelete
Accurate question - who wouldn't want to go to the Great House of Fuckery - LOL - tweeted.ReplyDelete
You're right! That's an odd collection of friends, but I bet they work well together.ReplyDelete
Interesting snippet again :-)ReplyDelete
Not sure I would want to go through that gate, lol. No thank you.ReplyDelete