Tales From the Lusty Mermaid

$4.85

By B.K. Bass

Pull up a seat and grab a full flagon of ale, because tonight is bound to be a night full of action, adventure, and romance!

Genres: Fantasy, Dark Fantasy

Length: Anthology, approx. 80 pages

Format: eBook

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Description

Pull up a seat and grab a full flagon of ale, because tonight is bound to be a night full of action, adventure, and romance! At The Lusty Mermaid, tall tales of all sorts are told every night. You’re in luck, because tonight is no exception. From a castle gala to a giant octopus, the city of Seahaven has all sorts of strange tales to tell.

Tales from the Lusty Mermaid is the first anthology in The Ravencrest Chronicles, a series of dark fantasy set in and around the coastal trade city of Seahaven.

About the Author

b k bass authorB.K. is an author of science fiction, fantasy, and horror inspired by the pulp fiction magazines of the early 20th century and classic speculative fiction.  He is a student of history with a particular focus on the ancient, classical, and medieval eras. He has a lifetime of experience with a specialization in business management and human relations and also served in the U.S. Army.  When not writing or helping authors with their work, he is an avid table-top gaming geek.  B.K. is owned by three cats and a Paperanian named Sassy.

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Other Books by B.K. Bass

What Once Was Home

The Ravencrest Chronicles
The Ravencrest Chronicles: Omnibus One
Seahaven
The Hunter’s Apprentice
The Giant and the Fishes
Tales From the Lusty Mermaid

The Tales of Durgan Stoutheart
Warriors of Understone

The Night Trilogy
Night Shift

Beyond the Veil
Parting the Veil

Reviews

“Excellent read. The world feels real and lived in. The characters are alive and personal. You quickly become invested in them and feel their pain and victories. Wonderful introduction to the world. I am hooked! Mr. Bass reminds me of Fritz Leiber in the visual grittyness of his writing. Makes me feel as though I am walking the streets of Seahaven.”