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Science Fiction and Horror author, Ace Antonio Hall, entertains with a fitness parody of 24K Magic by Bruno Mars. Introduced by Kelly Perine (The Drew Carey Show) and Greg Nice (Nice & Smooth), the video features Shanti Lowry (The Game) and Instagram Celebrity Model, Sarah Waldrop.


The song is produced by Ace Antonio Hall and David Cochrane (The Commodores). David also does the Talk Box/Vocoder at the intro of the song. 

Jane Eugene from the iconic British Soul group, Loose Ends provides sultry vocals on the hook, and former MJJ records artist, LeGrand Whitt delivers smooth but funky vocal riffs on the song. 

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LORD of the FLIES:


Sometimes the most horrifying monsters live within us. What horrors lurk within a broken mind when left unattended?


From alternate personalities to figments of the imagination, our stories will give you a new outlook on the complexity of the human mind. Follow our authors into the madness … if you dare.


Disclaimer: While the stories within this anthology are works of fiction, some very real mental disorders, fears and/or characteristics are discussed.


Stories may contain sensitive topics such as depression, suicide, self-harm, split personalities, schizophrenia, and more. Please be advised. Stories featured in this anthology include the following: "Starved" by Ace Antonio Hall, "Twisted" by Jaclyn Osborn, "Lonely Hearts" by Amber Hassler, "When Emily was Here" by Kathy-Lynn Cross, "Postpartum" by Savannah Rohleder, "The Creep" by E.M. Fitch, "Blind Justice" by Jaidis Shaw, "Tortured Minds" by Gina A. Watson, "Lauren" by Jacqueline E. Smith, "Verity Incognito" by James William Peercy, "Gethen" by Liz Butcher, "When I met Hannah" by Shelly Schulz, "Did You See Evelyn Today?" by Kelly Matsuura, "North Side Asylum" by Lily Luchesi "Obsession" by M.L. Sparrow.