Happy to have a new story in Matt Hilton’s excellent new anthology: ACTION: PULSE POUNDING TALES
“Pasnutah Means Arena of Death!” is a weird western in the Robert E. Howard vein, the second story to feature wandering sorcerer Adam Schreck. The first Schreck story, Blood Kin, is available free online at David Cranmer’s Beat To A Pulp webzine.
Hilton has put together a wide variety of stories for this second volume of ACTION.
Think back to the days when heroes were heroes and the action was furious and full-blooded. When often as not, the hero was quite the opposite: an anti-hero – but he needed to be, to bring the kind of violent justice to villains worse than him. When political correctness took a back seat, even as the bullets and karate chops were flying. Basically it was good old harmless fun. It was a case of disengaging your moral compass and getting down with the hero as they took on all comers, and they did it with balletic grace and uncompromising violence. Gratuitous? Mostly. Realistic? Not always. Great fun? You betcha!!!