Two stories of Bigger MacGregor in one volume.
For a limited time, single copies of Rose Moon & Death on the Toilet will ship with free gifts:
- – Audio CD of Gary Warner Kent reading “Death on the Toilet”
- – Rose Moon and “Death on the Toilet” postcards
Bigger MacGregor features in two short works by Robert Stikmanz. The novella, Rose Moon, is a lyrical blend of science fiction and paranormal romance. Propelled by sex, drugs and human-powered technology, Rose Moon is an erotic gem set in a post-petroleum near future. Bigger’s world is forever marked by the enigmatic Eanna, whose arrival as if from nowhere signals days of discovery, and nights of danger and passion.
Set half a century on, “Death on the Toilet” returns to Bigger as an old man drafted unexpectedly to keep appointments that wait for no one. An engaging blend of humor and humanity, this short story has continued popular since its original appearance in The Sorcerer’s Scrolls #47.
“Rose Moon is an intriguing blend of Science Fiction and erotica. The master pedicar mechanic’s life is disturbed by the appearance of a seductive and mysterious customer. Another delicacy for the fans of Robert Stikmanz.” –Ethan Rose, co-author of the Rowan of the Wood fantasy series
“It is only when one is about a third of the way through Rose Moon that one begins to recall ‘it has been a long time since I have read such exquisite writing.’ Each word has been selected for the story with such exactitude one forgets they are reading, finding themselves, instead, delightfully posited on a journey, a saga, if you will, and it rolls the senses and the intellect as hotly as anything Rome, the Greek Classicists, or Elmore Leonard had to offer.” –Gary Warner Kent, writer/director of The Pyramid and Rainy Day Friends, and author of Shadows & Light: Journeys with Outlaws in Revolutionary Hollywood
“This little book is a wonderful journey of a futuristic reality colliding with a war between ancient gods. Simply fantastic writing. Go getcha some.” —Paul Elard Cooley, author of Garaaga’s Children and The Black