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Nothing To Lose

The Adventures of Captain Nothing Volume 1

Nothing To Lose

Nothing To Lose

The Adventures of Captain Nothing Volume 1


Short Story Collection by Steve Vernon

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$2.99 available in bundle

ABOUT THIS SHORT STORY COLLECTION


So you think you know all about superheroes? Those guys in the capes and the lightly starched spandex speedoes. Leaping tall buildings and always getting the girl.

You don’t know nothing.

Join Steve Vernon, Nova Scotia’s hardest working horror writer, as he takes you into the world of Captain Nothing. It’s a world without hope, a world that is as cold and dark as a landlord’s heart, three days after the rent is due. It’s a world that could give the Batman a case of the squirming night fears. NOTHING TO LOSE is a collection of stories that will show you the darker side of courage. It will show you the shadows in a hero’s heart.

Go on. I dare you to take a closer look.

You’ve got nothing to lose.

“If Harlan Ellison, Richard Matheson and Robert Bloch had a three-way sex romp in a hot tub, and then a team of scientists came in and filtered out the water and mixed the leftover DNA into a test tube, the resulting genetic experiment would most likely grow up into Steve Vernon.” – Bookgasm

ABOUT STEVE VERNON


Everybody always wants a peek at the man behind the curtain. They all want to see just exactly what makes an author tick.

Which ticks me off just a little bit - but what good is a lifetime if you can’t ride out the peeve and ill-feeling and grin through it all. Hi! I am Steve Vernon and I’d love to scare you. Along the way I’ll entertain you. I guarantee a giggle as well.

If you want to picture me just think of that old dude at the campfire spinning out ghost stories and weird adventures and the grand epic saga of how Thud the Second stepped out of his cave with nothing more than a rock in his fist and slew the saber-tooth tiger.

If I listed all of the books I’ve written I’d bore you - and I am allergic to boring so I will not bore you any further. Go and read some of my books. I promise I sound a whole lot better in print than in real life. Heck, I’ll even brush my teeth and comb my hair if you think that will help any.