Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Release Day! "Oomph: A Little Super Goes a Long Way" from Crossed Genres Publications

What if Superman could only hover? What if Batman had a bat push bike instead of the batmobile? What if Thor had a blow up plastic hammer instead of one forged in the heart of a dying star? What if Wolverine's claws constantly went blunt?

The newest anthology from Crossed Genres Publications is "Oomph: A Little Super Goes a Long Way", edited by Bart R. Leib and Kay T. Holt, and it examines the every day superheroes, "where heroes and heroines use their small gifts to great advantage."

My story "Power Line Dreams" is included in the anthology. What if Thorsday was your one big day of the week, and even then you only had that 24 hours to figure out and use that week's power to the best advantage? Come midnight, boom,  back to pumpkin status. There are also recurring problems with kittens stuck in trees. 

"Oomph" is available in paperback and e-book formats. Cover art is by Megan Rose Gedris


Can anyone else hear this monster shrieking "Eee! The purple gloves of doom!"

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