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Not Quite Hate By Ray Weeks
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There’s a thin line between love and hate, but underneath that line is where things get interesting. "Not Quite Hate" is a book of short stories dealing with human interaction on... More > many different levels—from the natural to the supernatural, from the mundane to the monstrous. Some of these stories are funny, some are sad, and some are flat-out creepy—just like people in real life. This isn’t a place of sunny days and heart-warming tales, and if you’re looking for a happy ending, you’re in the wrong place. The smiles are bitter, the people are cynical, and that warm feeling in your gut is probably due more to whiskey than love. But you never can tell…< Less
Sanctuary By Ray Weeks
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A collection of prose, poetry, and short stories from some of the brightest minds in...well, in the world.
Degenerates By Ray Weeks
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They are the dregs. They are the gutter-lurkers. They are society's garbage. DEGENERATES. They are the muttered secrets, the hidden disgraces, and the haunted. And these are their stories.
Eat Me By Ray Weeks
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What happens when the dead refuse to stay dead? When corpses crawl from the ground and take over the land of the living? When each bite adds to the army of walking horrors and each day could be the... More > end of humanity? "Eat Me" is a collection of short stories that explores this post-apocalyptic world of nightmares, taking you along on the journey as life goes from bad to worse.< Less
The Adventures Of Portly Boy By Ray Weeks
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After a night of alcohol-fueled shenanigans and a morning in County Jail, overweight cynic Howard McKay is sentenced to serve “something like two thousand hours” of community service. ... More > The catch? Howie is to don a fluorescent yellow costume and carry out his sentence fighting crime as Portly Boy. Along with his self-appointed sidekick, The Drunkard, Portly Boy roams the streets of New York City—going everywhere from strip clubs to retail electronic stores—doing his best to avoid crime and trying not to help anyone in need of help. The Adventures of Portly Boy is the hilarious story of Howie’s antics, told through a series of blog entries he writes on his buddy’s website.< Less