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BOYNTON BEACH, FLA., April 30th, 2001 -- Cyber Age Adventures, the publisher of superhero fiction,has posted an all new "24 Hour Tale" to their website at in honor of Beltane.

In what has come to be something of a tradition for the Cyber Age staff, the story focuses on a particular theme, centered around the holiday on which it appears, in this case, Beltane. The story, entitled ""A Day Unfit for Mice and Men."," features CAA's favorite spellcaster, Solitaire, weaving a little of her magic into the timeline..

The time-sensitive tale tackles the tougher temporal issues in the Cyber Age Universe as well as gleaning some further insight into the mysterious
heroine's past. And, by definition, her future as well. For those who are
keeping track of the major moments in the Cyber Age timeline, this tale is
not to be missed.

This special story also delivers a phenomenal rendering by staff artist, JP

As with all the company's 24-Hour Tales, this magic moment expires at
midnight on May 1st.

Cyber Age Adventures publishes superhero entertainment aimed at a more mature audience. Determined to separate their stories from the misconception that comic books and superheroes are synonymous, the company publisher no sequential art, but focuses instead on literary prose designed to display the humanity of their characters. Cyber Age Adventures, the online magazine, was recently voted the Best Fiction Magazine on the Web in the Electronic Runes poll. For a free subscription, send an e-mail to

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