Pre-Order Classics ReMixed Vol. II

$14.39

On Monday, October 28th, 2019, Classics Remixed Vol. II by Left Hand Publishers becomes available for pre-order. The anthology is expected to go to print in mid-December. Pre-ordered copies will ship as soon as it prints. Be the first to own one of these ReMixed Classics. This is the sequel to our well-received anthology Classics ReMixed Vol. I which went on sale in May of 2019.

Youtube preview of Classics ReMixed Vol. II: https://youtu.be/k_N5Y_1XLOk

THE PRE-SALE OFFER

  • 20% OFF Retail price. Regularly $17.99 plus shipping, if you pre-order Classics ReMixed Vol. II, the pre-sale price is $14.39 (plus shipping and handling of $4.11 = $18.50. (Or $14.39 + $8.22 S&H if non-domestic U.S. = Canada and the rest of the world = $22.61 U.S. dollars)
  • With each pre-order you get a free ePub copy of Left Hand PublishersBeautiful Lies, Painful Truths Vol. I. Two books for the price of one if you are one of the first 200 pre-purchasers!
  • Registered to win a FREE Kindle Fire in our annual drawing if you are one of the first 200 pre-purchasers.

Over 380 pages!

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Description

Classics ReMixed Vol. II anthology by Left Hand PublishersAbout Classics ReMixed Vol. II

An anthology of short stories twisting classic stories and your imagination in all new ways. Alternate versions of stories you know taking you in new directions.
From much-loved fairy fables to time-honored tales, no genre or classic is off-limits. Classics ReMixed II spins and twists divergent versions of old favorites and stories we all know. Be prepared to have all your…

Classics ReMixed!

Advance Reviews of Classics Remixed Vol. II


A wonderfully unique collection of stories
I was honored to be able to read this unique and eclectic collection of stories. Some of the authors I have read before, and others were quite new to this reader. In a collection as grand as this, it is not easy to pick out favorites, as I enjoyed reading them all. Each storyteller has a very interesting perception and writing style, and the classic story they “remixed” is a totally new take. The stories took me on a grand reading adventure, and many of the stories I went back and reread. All of these authors have quite a talent, and if these stories are just the beginning for these writers, they will definitely go far. Anyone who has written a short story knows that it is not easy just because it’s shorter. In some ways that makes it more difficult. A very magnificent collection from a group of talented writers. I look forward to reading more by these authors. This anthology is definitely recommended by Amy’s Bookshelf Reviews.

Amy Shannon
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Contents

Pork v. Van Pelt by Lee Mandel
The Three Little Pigs sue the Big Bad Wolf

The Other Shoe Drops by Eric Andrews-Katz
Cinderella like you’ve never seen her before

Nevermore by Jay Seate
A dark tale even Poe’s raven could not imagine

Mystery of the Yellow Play by Jason J. McCuiston
Musketeers, mystification, and macabre mind control

Clothes Encounters by Jonathan Shipley
An extra-terrestrial twist spins an embarrassing tale

The Forest Green Primeval by Robert Allen Lupton
A science fiction take on this jungle book

Beowulf 2.0 by Kevin Henry
Murder, mayhem, monsters, and family reunions

Polyphemus and the Thieves by Chuck Thompson
An odder odyssey

The Dark Knightmare by Paul K. Metheney
Superhero, the fantasies of a comatose child, or something worse?

The Traveler by Steve Rouse
Time machine twist or fantastic future?

Princess Charming by Tom Howard
A fairy tale princess who needs no rescuing

The Hare’s Revenge by Aaron Hollingsworth
The tortoise and the hare: the sequel

Stoker’s Guest by Gary Earl Ross
An author’s story slashed from history

Upon A Star by Paul K. Metheney
Not your Papa’s Pinocchio

A Full Remodel by Ann Stawski
The three pigs … the wolf … only on a talk show

Repunae by Aaron Hollingsworth
Rapunzel like you can never see her again

Perfidy to Pyre: The Fate of Puss in Boots by Michelle Mellon
A kitty conundrum in Carabas

The Nightmare of Briar Rose by Bridget Weldon
A sleeping beauty struggles in the land of dreams

She Calls by Thomas Beck
Telltale heartbreak

Gorgon Not Forgotten by Christopher Nadeau
Revenge is a dish best served by family

When River Fought Sea by Aaron Hollingsworth
Pan and Poseidon incite an infernal origin

The Little Starmaid by Rowena McGowan
Who needs to swim and sing when you can walk among the stars?

Red Queen, Mad Queen by Phoenix Grimm
The Queen of Hearts is always your worst bet

The Hangman Always Tugs Twice by Jack Bates
The Wife of Bath, a Canterbury tale retold

It’s a Long Way to Grandma’s by Rory Redwood
World War II seen through Red’s eyes

Fairy Tale Ending by Elizabeth Hosang
Payback is a … Cinderella