Fame—that siren song
Celebrity has many stories. Perhaps it is nothing more than an incredible tale. What amazing lengths people will go to in order to find it—or escape from it.
In this volume of ROAR, twelve authors explore what celebrity means and how its impact is felt. New stories from celebrated anthropomorphic authors such as Tim Susman, Mary E. Lowd, and Whyte Yoté share these pages with talented newcomers.
Grab a copy and spread the fame!
Magnificent Dogs by Huskyteer
Phantom by Benjamin “eSca” Reed
St. Kalwain and the Lady Uta by Mary E. Lowd
Chasing the Spotlight by Tim Susman
Second Chance by Sean Silva
The Savior of Dragondom by Sarina Dorie
Almost Famous by Eric Kern
Best Interests by Whyte Yoté
The Gentleman and the Gypsy by NightEyes DaySpring
Inheritance is What You Leave Behind by Jesse “Tango” Stringer
Seeing Eye Dog by Kandrel
Crooked Pictures by Alflor Aalto
Editor: Buck C. Turner
Style: Literary Work
Parental Rating: PG
Publication Date: June 2012