A Hail Mary pass is a long, desperate throw in the game of Equestrian Football. It's usually the game changer as attempting it could end in a turnaround or utter failure. Here we have Spike; Grade... More > 10, not many friends and dealing with bullies, Spike makes a spontaneous decision to join the Equestrian Football team at his school. Maybe to remove the slack from bullies, become more of a man, get the girl, or just satisfy himself, knowing he at least tried. This is Spike's attempt at a Hail Mary.< Less
The American people have spoken by rejecting the incumbent president, Martin Brookes and electing his opponent Paul Roberts and his running mate Barnie Martinez. Brookes responds by fulfilling an... More > election pledge to shoot himself on a White House toilet in the event of his defeat and this leaves his vice-president Neil “Jock” Honeyman as president until the inauguration of the new president.
Come inauguration day, President Honeyman suddenly dies. Not wishing to be outdone, President-elect Roberts also becomes unexpectedly deceased. This sets in motion a truly bizarre train of events involving deception, corruption and murder in the highest of places plus sexual misdoings ranging from wife-swapping to alleged perverted deeds upon mountain goats in the European Alps.
Can American democracy survive this truly historic inauguration? Delve into the incredible and the totally unlikely as Washington undertakes a manic game of “Who’s the President?” on a day when it really does hail chiefs.< Less
A lost soul named Seth is given the chance to see the girl he loves once again. The only problem is he must defeat the Seven Sinful Soldiers and close the gates leading from Hell to Earth in order... More > to have his wish granted.< Less
A collection of Satanic verse by Mykhailo Chornyisyn illustrated by M.B. The book is of particular interest to the Satanist, Thelemite, Luciferian, nihilist, occultist, atheist, hedonist and... More > misanthrope. The aim is to provide the greater Satanic community with a source for legitimate poetry in the modern era. The result of the book is a preservation of diabolic literature (tertium quid) separate from, but not in opposition to manuals of Magick, Satanic non-fiction, Fantasy, Sci-Fi and Horror. Throughout, the reader will encounter an outline of the rebellion from a perspective of the Irin.< Less