Browse www.boldventure press for more than 250 of the most exciting reads on the Internet, like these: *The Cogsworth Conundrum by TJ Morris came about because an orphan boy heard things on Arcamore, a planet shrouded in acidic mists, where Pirates rule the skies, while others eek out an existence. And the young man dares to resist. *Dave Goudsward's annotated OLD WORLD FOOTPRINTS displays the involvement of Cook, Long, and Lovecraft, which transforms Cassie Symmes' little travel book into one of the rarest of Lovecraft-related publications. *An anthology, 16 short stories of ZORRO: The Daring Escapades, is the latest revival of the first masked superhero in the pulp fiction magazines, and an influence on the comic book hero Batman, according to an introduction by Michael Uslan. *First in an exciting vintage paperback reprint series by E. Jefferson Clay ... BENEDICT & BRAZOS #1 ACES WILD, an odd pair--a one-time Union captain and a former Confederate sergeant who fought each other during the Battle of Pea Ridge ... and then ended up fighting shoulder to shoulder against Bo Rangle's guerilla forces (which stole two hundred thousand dollars' worth of Confederate gold left behind after the Pea Ridge battle). *A science-fiction reprint gem from E.C. Tubb about Kerron and his business associates, Chang and Forrest, three of the richest men on Earth. Now old and approaching the end of their days, they were desperate to prolong their lives they buy into Brett's dark secret, and accompany him on the strangest and most dangerous journey ever undertaken—to the very center of the Galaxy—beyond the Wall!.