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February 10, 2014…an experiment began. With the creation of Four Fools Press, a few strange fellows decided to start producing crazy good stories and selling them on the Internet. Along the way we’ve grown, and so has our collective word counts. Now, we celebrate our Four Year Anniversary with the release of this volume: an anthology of everything that we’ve released over the past four years…and then some.

We hope you enjoy.


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Four Fools Press is an all for one and one for all publishing organization formed by several good friends with a common love for writing, adventure, and getting the opportunity to make a little money along the way. Ultimately, to us, this endeavor is all about having the opportunity to tell stories and having someone enjoy what we've done.

Four Fools Press is as much a publishing venture as it is an experiment: We're trying to do the self publishing thing in a totally different way. By dividing the work load of writing, editing, layout, art design, and marketing each of us in Four Fools shoulders part of the responsibility of producing quality digital creations.

So, if you're interested in top shelf story telling, compelling characters, beautiful art, and well composed tales, then we’re the authors for you! And, if you like a little "crazy" thrown in as well, then our name says it all.

Four Fools Press - crazy good stories. 

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Four Fools Press
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Dec 31, 1988
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Fiction / Anthologies (multiple authors)
Fiction / Christian / Collections & Anthologies
Fiction / Fantasy / Collections & Anthologies
Fiction / Mystery & Detective / Collections & Anthologies
Fiction / Science Fiction / Collections & Anthologies
Juvenile Fiction / Fairy Tales & Folklore / Anthologies
Poetry / Anthologies (multiple authors)
Young Adult Fiction / Fairy Tales & Folklore / Anthologies
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Here in is the Saga of Black Erlik, called the Kinslayer. Alfred the Great dreams of a united England. Charlemagne’s empire crumbles. The dark things of legend haunt the fens and deep forests, plaguing the unwary. Erlik’s fate leads him on path of terror and glory.

Weregild - Young Erlik Rowanson must earn his place among his father’s raiders. His cousin Adulwulf challenges the boy’s will and blade. Erlik’s wyrd is written in the dirt and blood.

Tides of Fate - Black Erlik, the Kinslayer returns to his home among the Orkenyjar Isles, yet nothing is as it once was. Great evil lurks in the cold gray waves and all are not who they appear to be. Fighting time and tide, Erlik knows even myths wrapped in flesh and bone can be broken and bled.

Death-Head - Black Erlik ventures below Hadrian’s Wall with Byzantine nobleman Palladius Mauricius Veratius, his sword brother from Miklagaard. Terror plagues the small village of Edenston. The warriors confront a horrific evil from Palladius’ own eastern lands.

King’s Table - Black Erlik, alone, in the shadow of Jotunheim, plays a dangerous game with the cursed undead. Valhalla or Hel’s cold realm is his fate should he win. Should he lose? There are worse things than Hel’s corpse kiss.

Aviking - Erlik takes his leave of his fey-touched bride to sail the whale-road. The Norns weave and the runes tell his fate.

Two tales, Weregild and King’s Table are illustrated by Michael Clark Munson. Cover art by Michael Clark Munson and color by R. Brannon Hall. 
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