Showing posts with label Roland Allnach. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Roland Allnach. Show all posts

Giveaway & Interview Oddities & Entities by Roland Allnach

Sunday, August 25, 2013
Title: Oddities & Entities
Author: Roland Allnach
Genre: Sci Fi
Publisher: All Things That Matter Press
Release Date: Mar 2012


Oddities & Entities is a surreal, provocative anthology of six tales within the supernatural/ paranormal/horror genres, exploring a definition of life beyond the fragile vessel of the human body. The stories are: ‘Boneview’, in which a young woman struggles to balance her ability to see through people with the presence of a supernatural creature in her life; ‘Shift/Change’, inwhich a hospital worker struggles to regain his memory as he is confronted by a series of desperate people; ‘My Other Me’, inwhich a lonely college student finds himself displaced from his body by his alter ego; ‘Gray’, in which a frustrated man is stunned to discover a little creature has been living in his head; ‘Elmer Phelps’, in which a brother and sister find themselves linked in a strange reality by a bat bite in their youth; and lastly, ‘Appendage’, in which a cynical mercenary is hired by his son to protect a research lab on the verge of a stunning discovery.

Giveaway and Guest Post The Remnant by Roland Allnach

Thursday, June 13, 2013
Title: Remnant
Author: Roland Allnach
Genre: Sci Fi
Publisher: All Things That Matter Press
Release Date: November 11 2010


A stirring, thought provoking anthology of three novellas within the speculative/science fiction genres. The stories are linked in theme by characters seeking self- truth, redemption, and their moral center.   The novellas, in order ofappearance, are: “All the Fallen Angels”, in which a convicted war criminal attempts to make peace with his past; “Enemy, I Know You Not”, in which a military officer that was captured and tortured tries to find his loyalty in an abyss of suspected betrayals; and “Remnant”, in which the survivor of a global pandemic is confronted with the prospect of making peace with hismemories when other survivors attempt to bring him back from self-imposed isolation.

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