“Hazardous 2” Published

The Resistance Begins… They made themselves known to Earth on September 15th, 2155, by attacking on the most difficult day of the week. Monday. Their placid teHazardous 2 coveral-skinned kind flooded Earth and the humans were rounded up like sheep within military bases. The aliens and our own scientists created something that mankind had feared for ages: smart zombies. It seemed the aliens would eventually leave and the clean-up of the zombies could begin. The captured humans were grateful for this. Until their luck ran out…

Kelsie, Matt, and Jim return in this short story after escaping from their prison in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Discovering a ravaged landscape and attempting to avoid blood-thirsty survivors who evaded capture, the trio manage to survive long enough to get themselves further into trouble.

Available on Kindle.

“Midnight Magick” Published

As a spark of romance blossoms between Loralye and Benjie, they all fight for their lives. The Witch Trials sparked a new war between Humans and witches, leaving the Werewolves, Vampires, and Fae folk to choose a side. Instead, some of them go rogue and Midnight Hollow tears itself apart. Families flee or risk being murdered on theirSensuality and attractive young woman face with beauty hairs own streets. The Human Elders hold more power than ever as magic-users are killed in droves. Soon, there will be no one with magic left to stop them from turning the world into a sadistic society.

This is the second of a thirteen book series. Available on Kindle.

A Five-Star Amazon Review This story came with the introduction of some pretty unique characters. But who doesn’t love a battle scene. The author did a great job with the action. It’s hard not to feel for the red headed witch and her friends.

“Shadows of the Abyss” Published

In the shadows of the abyss, demons lurk. Most come with the insatiable Paperbackurge to destroy everything in their paths, but some are tortured with redeemable qualities. How will these ten stories end? This anthology includes stories by Joann M. Shevock, Steve Benson, Gary Lee Webb, Layne Calry, Sue Harmeling, Jon Ray, Felicity Swan, M.D. Kubit, Laurie Bis, and Jenn Landon-Neubaer.

Available on Kindle and in paperback.

A Five-Star Amazon Review – “This collection of short stories really got me into the Halloween spirit this year. Each story was a new adventure from dark creatures that can only be killed using a stone infused with Angel blood to a playful Werewolf. I don’t have the time to read as much as I like. These short stories were perfect for me because I had the satisfaction of story closure every time I read. Favorite story was Curio.”

“Midnight Hollow” Published

Loralye DeBrock is a Witch Hunter who relishes her job. Her world is turned upside down when her magic is awakened by a traumatic experience. Fleeing for her life, the Human organization she once worked for frames the Witches for her demise to spark the Witch Trials. With enemies surrounding her, she’s rescued by two citizens in Midnight Hollow: a warlock named Ryder Campbell and a Vampire named Benjie Carter. Both appear to know more about the organization and the Human Elders than Loralye. Having nothing left to lose, the trio set out to prove the Human leaders are manipulating everyone in order for world domination.MH BLUE

This is the first of a thirteen book series. Available on Kindle.

A Five-Star Amazon Review – After reading the first part of the Witch Hunter Chronicles, I cannot wait to read the other books in the series! Midnight Hollow was a fast-paced, riveting, and compelling story that sucked me right into the world of the characters from the first page. I loved the main character, Loralye. She is strong and has character traits that make for a compelling and fierce female lead. J.E. Feldman, in my opinion, is a master at weaving intricate worlds with strong female characters that make you think, “I wish I were fighting for good alongside them!!” I am eagerly awaiting what J.E. Feldman will write next and looking forward to seeing what heroic deeds Loralye will do in the rest of the Witch Hunter Chronicles.

“Forbidden Rites” Published

In a world of banned magic, these witches are forced to contend with authoritesrity and their conscience while trying to go about their daily lives. Can they survive until the ban is lifted or will they live their lives as rebels? Read as thirteen characters by thirteen authors decide their fates. Available on Kindle and in paperback.

Stories by Meg Boepple, Angel Blackwood, Jim Postlethwaite, Melissa Robitille, Layne Calry, Laurie Bis, Victoria Harrison, Diane Drake, LiAnne Kay, J.E. Feldman, Joann M. Shevock, Nicole Cunniff, and Strivion Jacobs.

Five-star Amazon review – A great collection of short stories. Will be picking up more by these authors.

“Author’s Torment” Published

Here is the Genre Roulette Anthology that we have all been waiting for! These seven authors were challenged to write outside of their usual genres. We present to you Author’s Torment, available on Kindle and in paperback!torment

Summary: Comfort zones. We all have preferred genres we love to read, love to write, and are dear to our hearts. These stories were written by authors thrust outside their comfort zones. Thrilling mysteries, daring romances, and fantasy (among others) are woven together in an anthology of engrossing tales. These stories are a product of seven authors’ torment: Christopher Brummet, Angel Blackwood, Kim Fry, Emily R. Saunders, Thomas G. Atwood, Dana Villa-Smith, and J.E. Feldman.

Published “Betrayals of Another Kind”

Here is the 2016 Fantasy Writers Anthology that we have all been waiting for since Curse of the Heroines last year! Twelve authors and twelve unique betrayals. We present to you Betrayals of Another Kind, available on Kindle and in paperback!

Copyright © J.E. Feldman’s Fantasy Writers Group

Summary: No one pays attention to the sidekicks, the apprentices, the stable boys, the second class characters, and they’re tired of it. Now the ones considered the heroes will become the victims of betrayal; whether deliberate or accidental, it makes no difference.
See the products of these betrayals in stories by:
Joann M. Shevock, R. Judas Brown, Angel Blackwood, Melissa Robitille, Daniel Eastman, Layne Calry, Gary Lee Webb, Sydnie Beaupre, Adele Marie Park, Kyle Della-Rocco, Michael R. Baker, and Victoria Harrison.

A Five-Star Review: “Outstanding stories with great imagination and plot twists worthy of Rod Serling at his best. Looking forward to seeing full-length works from these writers.”