New Release: Area 51, the anthology

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So, I’m in a new anthology, from Bayonet books.

It’s called Storming Area 51.

It’s gonna be a little strange.

Thirty-five awesome stories – one kick ass meme that started it all.

It started as a joke. Storm Area 51 they said.

“They can’t stop us all” was the battle-cry.

But all laughter stopped when the U.S. Air Force mobilized the reserves and pulled out the big guns.

It was too late, relentless mockery and derision by the media and the powers that be had pushed the weebs and alien enthusiasts too far. What else were they supposed to do?

They put on their big girl panties and showed up, determined to find out exactly what was hidden behind the walls of the clandestine government facility.

Buy this book and share in the terrible secrets concealed deep behind the barbed wire, fences and armed guards.

C.J. Carella – Naruto Charge
J W Kiefer – Dark Mater
Walt Robillard – More to Carry
Michael Gants – Eminent Domain
Sarah A. Hoyt – Sunny Side Up
Alice Peng – Embasy City Delivery
Jamie Ibson – The Sarge V’Sal
Tim Niederriter – Destinys End
Philip Ginn – Waterbenders in the Desert
Chris Winder – The Cricket
E. A. Shanniak – Stalking Death
Marisa Wolf – Home
Aaron Seaman – #Vaporize Doug Burbey – Shift Work
Nathan Pedde – The Rise of the Ghids
Tim C. Taylor – Angel-51: Princess of Earth
Casey Moores – Sanity Check
J. R. Handley & Cisca Small – Love Finds Away
I. Ronik – Fallout – A Vapid Vixens Short
Michael J. Allen – Crashing the Party – A Scion Story
Alex C. Gates – Controlled Chaos
Declan Finn – Area 51 is Not Enough
IQ Malcolm – Kyle: Respawned
Milissa L. Story – Paradise Ranch
J. William Adler – Viva la Revolución
Joshua M. Young – Evan and Kyle Meet the Survey Cube
Sophie J. Shepherd – Nothing’s Gonna Happen
Lawrence N. Oliver – Hanger Nine
Mel Todd – Routine Duty
Drew Avera – Storm the Gates
Philip K. Booker – Balancing the Scales
Tamsin L. Silver – The Trip Home
Robert W. Ross – Isabella’s Campaign
Daniel Medrano – Hey Sweetie
R. Max Tillsley – Crickey!

You might be able to take a guess from the title of my story, Area 51 is Not Enough, it has some certain familiar characters.
You could say that one is a heartless, bloody thirsty monster.
The other’s a vampire.
Yes. Marco Catalano and Amanda Colt are back!
Between her time as a spy and Marco’s nature for getting into trouble, they’re ready to storm the barricades of Area 51. After all, it is an R&D base for the airforce. And if the government is going to research things like the supernatural, where else would they do it. For years, Amanda had been worried of another Fort Dietrich Incident. This time, she wants to take a closer look. But she needs a distraction.
And oh, look. someone wants to stage an invasion of Area 51. Nice distraction you got there. Pity if someone should … take advantage of it.
But this one has everything.

You want action? We got action.

You want romance? We got some of that.
You want animals that eats, shoots and leaves? We got it.
You want dragons? Fae? Hell hounds? Invading armies? Mad science? Got it all.
You want more from the Love at First Bite universe? You got it.But Storming Area 51 is released on September 20th. Available for pre-order here.

And if you are new here, you can order the Love at First Bite quartet here.


About Declan Finn

Declan Finn is the author of Honor at Stake, an urban fantasy novel, nominated for Best Horror in the first annual Dragon Awards. He has also written The Pius Trilogy, an attempt to take Dan Brown to the woodshed in his own medium -- soon to be republished by Silver Empire Press. Finn has also written "Codename: Winterborn," an SF espionage thriller, and it's follow-up, "Codename: Winterborn." And "It was Only on Stun!" and "Set To Kill" are murder mysteries at a science fiction convention.
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