This Issue’s Cover -64

This Issue’s Cover -64

This Issue’s Cover -64 Bad News from the Future! Charles I of England learns that things did not go well for him in the future that Grantville came from! The source artwork is a portrait by Gerrit van Honthorst, 1628. Cromwell’s England is a book that may...
A Green Tongue

A Green Tongue

The thing swayed ever so slightly in the interrogation bay. Purple streaks ran vertically up a midsection I would best describe as a thick trunk. Limbs sprouted from the trunk with flat pads at its ends that looked remarkably like leaves. On its top perched an...
Ein Feste Burg, Episode 23

Ein Feste Burg, Episode 23

­ Chapter 32: Shots in the Dark   Poland, West of Poznań October 1635   “Moritz,” the mortally wounded Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel wheezed. “Yes, brother, I’m here.” Moritz took a hesitant step closer. The overwhelming smells of...
Matters of State: The Escape

Matters of State: The Escape

Kent, England Autumn, 1634   Harry Vane and his friend Benjamin Verney sat by the fire in the drawing room, well-fed and relaxed, with brandy to finish the evening. Harry had not been to London since the spring, and had not often been there since returning from...
The Story So Far…

The Story So Far…

Welcome to the 17th Century! We have attempted to make this thrill ride as realistic as possible, so keep your hands on the book or e-reader, and hang on! After the blinding and painful flash of light that they call the Ring of Fire, the people of the little town of...
The Night Soil King

The Night Soil King

In November of 1634 a great tidal wave overran the entire area from the Waddensea lowlands in the north of Germany and the Netherlands to the west coast of Denmark killing thousands of people and animals. It arose at night while many slept with no chance to escape....
Reed & Kathy Sue

Reed & Kathy Sue

Our House, Grantville! Tuesday, June 12, 1635 Dear Reed,         I miss you so much already.  Wish you could have stayed, but they need you.  I’m so proud of you.         Thank you so much for moving us back to Grantville.  It was a hassle you didn’t need...