Content editor for the NovoPulp Anthology.
The Steel City has never been colder for Rick and Mina. On the rebound, they've spent the last three months doing nothing but sparring and killing monsters. In an attempt to break out of their rut, they decide to spend the night dancing and boozing at a club. Unfortunately for them, the succubus was there first.
Things are heating up in the Steel City. Rick and Mina still haven't dealt with the aftermath of the succubus hunt. When their distraction leads to Mina getting hurt, both of them know that something needs to be said. But a cute demon hunter from West Virginia provides a distraction in the form of a sheepsquatch, a teleporting, man eating monster that needs to be killed immediately.
Matty Grekov is a bundle of paranoia and anxiety, held together by sheer will and the love of his sister and best friend. But when he's found twitching and shaking on the floor of his bedroom, nothing Mina and Rick can do will wake him. Held captive in his own mind by a creature known as a talasam, Matty will have to navigate his insecurities if he wants to wake up.
A new danger has come to the Steel City. Despite his current animosity with Matty, when Dean discovers a new and terrifying monster, he calls the team. Unfortunately, only Sam is there to help. Can Sam and Dean kill a monster on their own or will the wendigo prove to be too big of a challenge?
The situation is tense in the Steel City. Rick and Mina still haven't dealt with their issues, and Matty's stress levels are on the rise. When an assassin comes for Dean, only an old friend can save him.
It's been over a week since her friend's death, but Mina Grekov still isn't back to normal. Even her new relationship with Rick can't chase away her blues entirely. But a phone call to head to Rita's bar might change all of that.
The final part of the Monsters of Pittsburgh series. Werewolves are running rampant in the Steel City, and all of them look like Matty and Mina. Without a clue as where to find Daisy Quinn, Matty decides to take a chance on a hunch, and ends up in real trouble. Meanwhile, an old friend shows up, making trouble for Rick and Mina.
The dead are easy. It's the living you need to worry about. Olivia Harmon isn’t much of a people person. But then again, most Empaths aren’t. It's not easy to deal with the constant assault of other people's emotions. That's why she prefers to work with the dead. As a funeral director, Olivia can keep her distance from the day to day drama of the living, and control her temperamental gift. But... read more
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