Frenzy for Free

Frenzy for Free

By clicking on the link below, you should be able to access a selection of free ebooks from Book Funnel, including my horror/sci-fi novel Frenzy. I put Frenzy on BF for free once before, but some people said they could not download. That should now be fixed. If there any issues, email me at glenn AT equus publishing DO T com. THIS DISCOUNT IS AVAILABLE ONLY FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS. IT STOPS ON APRIL 6. Click here to get Frenzy for Free.

“The hurricane party went well—until someone locked the doors. Now pretty biologist Carmen Niles must lead her friends through an underground maze, triggering a deadly scheme to sabotage the medical research center’s genechip experiments. The party-goers’ only escape is through a labyrinth of rapidly flooding pedestrian tunnels, with drug gangs, psychics, a stock fraud, and one-minute piranhas created by experimental ‘genechips’ based on the ideas of famous physicist Stephen Wolfram.”


The picture is a genuine image of the great flood that inundated Houston’s pedestrian tunnels in 2000. This pic was taken beneath the Medical Center.

And don’t forget the imminent debut of my next book: The Warriors, a satire of the cult 1979 movie The Warriors, but about all-girl roller derby teams of Social Justice Warriors in Los Angeles instead of all-male street gangs in NYC. “Nuts!”

Maalstrom free ebook-limited time

You can now get a free ebook copy of my book Maalstrom by clicking on the link below. This should link to a selection of free ebooks offered by several sci-fi writers… limited time only! Click here to get Maalstrom for free.

Actually, it’s Set Your Own Price for the ebook, and I could use a few donations to help out. But you can set zero if you like.

And by the way, other sci-fi and horror books are in the pipeline from Dark Lotus Books, Home of the Just Plain Weird. Courtesy of your friendly, neighborhood and politically incorrect Equus Publishing. Expect to see some very weird books described in future newsletters.

Maalstrom ebook sale

There is a lot happening behind the scenes. I’ll try to get it all down on this blog, one step at a time. If all goes right, in a couple of weeks ebook copies of Maalstrom will be available on Maalstrom is a sci-fi fantasy, an epic swashbuckler in the grand style of Robert E. Howard and Edgar Rice Burroughs, in line with my attempts to make male-oriented stories available again.

A century ago Edgar Rice Burroughs was one of the most popular writers in the world, writing almost 80 books aimed at young men and selling over 30 million books in his lifetime and another 30 million posthumously in over 50 languages. Robert E. Howard published many stories while alive and anthologies of his stories were best sellers after he died, the famous Conan movies based on his literary creation.

The sad part is that the rot of Political Correctness has gone so far in the publishing industry that neither Howard nor Burroughs could be published today, since their audience was almost exclusively male and today’s publishing industry is primarily oriented toward female readers. Not that there is a problem with that, and it’s not women’s fault that many young men prefer to play computer games than read, but publishers should not automatically reject male-oriented stories. There should be room for both.

But publishers increasingly are subjecting authors’ submissions to a Politically Correct litmus test, part of which is the notion that it is somehow immoral to write for a male audience–or, bizarrely enough, even that there is no such thing as masculine psychology and that it is not possible to write stories for men. Only college kids or JFK Boomers could believe such nonsense.

Anyway, Maalstrom is a not just a Conan-type carve-em-up swashbuckler on an alien planet. It’s also an exploration of the role of myth in human society and what humanity might look like if it were split into several genders that were mutually dependent but still subject to the stresses of biological evolution. Having written Maalstrom at the age of twenty–my first effort at writing fiction–I think it has more than held up over the years. Parts of the book I think are among my finest writing and the book has something important to say about human genetics and the myths and conflicts that govern all societies, on Earth as well as future planets that people may eventually colonize.

She knows what will kill her but she won’t tell.

She knows what will kill her but she won’t tell.

“Marlena invited me.”

Marlena looked back at Ed. “No, Ed. You invited me.”

Ed looked gloomy. “See what I mean. It’s fate. You’ll meet your end wherever your karma decides. You can’t change it. No one can. Not you. Not me. Not Marlena. And she even knows how she is going to die.”

“Oh, Ed.” Marlena looked back and laughed. “I have visions,” she confided to the others. “We were parking the car earlier when I heard voices telling us to find a safer place.” She smiled contentedly, as if all was now explained.

Ed continued. “There is no safe place. Cayce said all the coastlines would be under water, and half the country. It’s not water that will kill her, but something else.” Ed glanced at her. “She knows but she won’t tell.” …

Don’t miss the rest of my scifi / paranormal novella FRENZY — still available FOR FREE for a limited time! Click HERE to get your copy: Paranormal & Mystery Book Fair.


“A terrifically fun read! Glenn Lazar Roberts squeezes a lot of horror, mystery and plain old fun into his new novel, Frenzy. Its pages are filled with a host of quirky characters with monikers such as “Wild Bill,” “Carm,” and “Cracker,” and the brisk dialogue and tight plot will keep the reader guessing until the final page. My suggestion? Grab a copy as fast as you can, turn down the lights and read this fast-paced novel. —Jerry Mohrlang, author of Sarawak, and Mujahidin.”

“This is a superb novella to pop in on and be thrilled with. Lots of twists and turns, lots of pop back-and-forth banter, and plenty of surprises. It’s written as a thriller with a subtle supernatural element mixed in. The author’s style makes it an easy read, with a quick paced flow. Several fully developed characters, each with their own unique story thread, lead to a well orchestrated avalanche of pandemonium. For those looking for entertainment, especially some thriller / horror, this is a good choice. Will help the day at the pool or trip on the plane fly right by. Definitely recommended.” —Troy F. Tinsman

“In Frenzy, Glenn Lazar Roberts takes the ideas of the physicist Stephen Wolfram on cellular automata and pushes them to the limit, weaving a tightly plotted thriller that is perfect for hard-core science fiction buffs.”  —Sirius Reviews

“A plot worthy of the movies! Frenzy by Glenn Lazar Roberts is a perfect example of building tension… Just when you think you have it all figured out, the plot twists again and sends you giddily in a different direction.”  —Michael Fox, author of Theater Boy

“Glenn Lazar Roberts’ fabulist thriller [has] skillfully woven topical issues—cancer research, technology, fraud—through a hair-raising plot. Frenzy is a super story. The reader turns pages eagerly right up to the astounding resolution. A must-read.”  —Carolyn Thorman, author of Holy Orders.

“Hip entertainment for sci-fi buffs. Glenn Lazar Roberts’ Frenzy is a fast-paced sci-fi thriller. Using a witty and satiric style, Roberts introduces us to…science gone too far. An entertaining work of speculative fiction that provides a great deal of food for thought.”  —John Dizon, author of Tiara.

Frenzy on Book Funnel

By clicking on the link below, you should be able to access a selection of free ebooks from Book Funnel, including my horror/scifi novel Frenzy. I have not tried sharing BF in this fashion before, pls let me know if the link fails to work. Link to Frenzy on Book Funnel (link has expired).