“Going Native and Other Stories” is a collection of previously released short stories by J. Manfred Weichsel. If you haven’t read anything from Weichsel before, you really should give him a try. If you have read him before, then you pretty much know what you are in for (and I mean that in a good... Continue Reading →
Christmas is quickly approaching...be sure to check out the big sale on Millhaven's releases on Amazon and at millhavenpress.com. If you enjoy action filled adventures, epic fantasy, chilling tales of terror, or imaginative sci-fi, then Millhaven Press is for you.
Linwood Vrooman Carter (1930-1988) was a prolific fantasy writer, averaging six books a year during his most productive years. He is best known for his work in the 1970s as editor of the Ballantine Adult Fantasy series, which introduced readers to many overlooked classics of the fantasy genre. His best-known works are his sword and planet and sword... Continue Reading →
Edgar Rice Burroughs (1875-1950) was one of the most prolific writers of all time. Burroughs was discharged from the military upon the discovery of a heart condition. He bounced around, working many different types of jobs (a common theme among pulp writers). He spent time as a ranch-hand in Idaho, worked for his father, and... Continue Reading →
Available December 1st on Amazon. Four action-packed novelettes of epic fantasy. Stories by: J. Conrad Matthews, Joshua Hiles, Chris Hollaway, and Stephanie Barr. Here is the introduction to Joshua Hiles' "Durrham Tarragon's Sword" to whet your appetite... If you want to hear about this blade, I'll warn you it is a long tale. Now understand,... Continue Reading →
You can get any or all Millhaven Press releases in e-book format for Kindle. Fierce Tales: Savage Lands $2.99 Fierce Tales: Shadow Realms $2.99 Home Sweet Home $2.99 Millhaven's Tales of Terror $2.99 Millhaven's Tales of Suspense $.99 Millhaven's Tales of Wonder $.99 Nighthawks: A Book of the Broken $.99 Devlin: A Book of the... Continue Reading →
If you like old school sword and sorcery tales, then you should give "Fierce Tales: Savage Lands" a read. Five new novelettes in the tradition of Robert E. Howard, Edgar Rice Burroughs, and others... Tales by: Michael Colangelo, J. Manfred Weichsel, Jeffrey L. Blehar, Misha Burnett, and DR Lackner with great cover art by Lackner... Continue Reading →