Turning the Tied . . . as in Tied-In Fiction
Presented by the International Association of Media Tie-In Writers, this dazzling collection of uplifting and curious tales will take you through the centuries and from the depths of the ocean to the stars. You’ll discover well-known, beloved characters in new settings and circumstances.
Penned by some of the finest writers working in tie-in fiction today, including Max Allan Collins, Jonathan Maberry, Nancy Holder, Jean Rabe, Raymond Benson, and many more.
Sherlock Holmes, John Carter of Mars, Hopalong Cassidy, Mulan, Dracula, Mina Harker, the Three Musketeers, Cyrano de Bergerac, Baron Munchhausen, and Frankenstein’s creature are a scattering of the literary souls that populate these pages. And cats. There are more than a few cats.
Turning the Tied promises heroics, chills, a few laughs, and several good tidings.
International Association of Media Tie-In Writers, March 2021, ISBN: 9781736252406
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PRAISE for TURNING THE TIED
A massive, and amazing, collection of exciting new stories featuring legendary characters, both well-known and obscure, from Sherlock Holmes to Mulan, that have slipped into the public domain. There’s nothing else like it.
A mammoth collection of new stories featuring some of the greatest characters in genre fiction, from Alan Quatermain and Sherlock Holmes, to Hopalong Cassidy and Sinbad the Sailor, written by the best media tie-in authors in the business. It’s an exhilarating read.
A huge, action-packed, wildly creative and diverse collection of stories featuring some of the most legendary and beloved characters in fiction — John Carter of Mars, The Invisible Man, Sinbad the Sailor, Hopalong Cassidy, and even Mulan, to name a few. A must-read for lovers of high adventure.
— Lee Goldberg, #1 New York Times bestselling author
One of the coolest things about the IAMTW’s charity anthology, besides supporting literacy programs, is there is something for everyone. Masters of tie-in storytelling have created brand new tales about classic characters in the public domain, from Dracula and Sherlock Holmes to Allan Quartermain, Sinbad, and The Ghost of Christmas Past. The talented authors expand the fascinating worlds of H.G. Wells, Cyrano De Bergerac, Edgar Rice Burroughs, H.P. Lovecraft, L. Frank Baum, and even Norse mythology with wondrous new mysteries, adventures, and quests. As an added bonus, readers are treated with tie-in tales about childhood favorites like Space Patrol and Hopalong Cassidy, as well as more exotic fare, like Herne the Hunter and communist superhero Octobriana, satisfying both those seeking the nostalgic feel of favorite classics and those seeking the untrammeled excitement of fresh literary discoveries. Highly recommended. Read them all, then seek out additional works from the industry’s greatest tie-in talents.
— Donald J. Bingle, Author of the Dick Thornby Thriller Series