Unbound – The First Collection


I was pleasantly surprised to see my short story “Hunting Ground” included in DAOwens Publications’ Unbound – The First Collection. It’s an exciting blend of fantasy and science fiction stories, featuring the themes of the successful Unbound series, including Lost Friends, Changed Worlds, and Goodbye Earth.

Here’s what one reviewer had to say: “I enjoyed M.C. Tuggle’s “Hunting Ground” for its unusual antagonist. CHANGED WORLDS (Unbound Book 2) is a great read for those wanting to spice up their lives with something new.” Ben A. Sharpton, author of 2nd Sight.

Available at Kobo. Check it out!

22 thoughts on “Unbound – The First Collection”

  1. Hi, Mike. I’m posting this comment again because the first time I posted it elsewhere on your page I did so as “Anonymous” by accident. Sorry. I thought that I was logged into my WordPress account at the time. Anyway, here is my original post:

    I’m having trouble “liking” your page. I try to like your posts, but it never seems to show up on your page as me having liked it. When I press the “Like” button, all I get is a window that pops up briefly and disappears (so fast that I can’t read it), and no confirmation that I liked it. Has happened with other WordPress sites, too. So, I am trying to like your posts, but it doesn’t appear to be working. Can you see my likes on your end? It may have something to do with the fact that I’m in Japan. And the fact that I’m not a techie doesn’t help either, probably. Sorry to bother you with this. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks, Brad.


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