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  • The Road Ahead

    by Jewel Hart
    A viral epidemic has wiped out 99% of the world’s population leaving scientist Heather Morgan to fight off thieves and scrounge for food and shelter near Denver, Colorado. When Heather befriends the young, naïve Jodi, she learns that a biotech company in San Francisco is rumored to have created a vaccine. Together, the women trek by foot to find the lab. After suffering a near-fatal attack, Heather and Jodi find a safe haven on a farm with two young men, Cam and Elliot. Their security is short-l... more
  • Primordial Threat

    by M. A. Rothman
    The year is 2066 and the world is oblivious to the threat it faces. The fate of humanity lies on the shoulders of Burt Radcliffe, the new head of NASA’s Near Earth Object program. He’s been rushing the completion of DefenseNet, a ring of satellites that are both part of an early-warning system as well as the means to eliminate incoming threats. Yet Burt knows that despite the world's best efforts, nothing can be done about the alert he’s just received. Coming out of deep space is a d... more
  • The Jane Pinkerton Chronicles

    by Kevin Focke (BatWhaleDragon)
    The Jane Pinkerton Chronicles has words whirling in a surrealistic painting so undefinable that words fall flat describing it; it can only be experienced.
  • The Elemental Series

    by Kevin Focke (BatWhaleDragon)

    The Elemental Series holds a mirror up to us in a world far far away. It contains 3 wildly imaginative short stories:

    1. The Melendrin Road

    Where does it lead, indeed?

    2. Velerio – The Unsettling Truth

    What is the essence of our being?

    3. Bandorv – The Broken & Rotten

    A modern Greek tragedy.

    Each story starts with an introduction by the in-universe publisher, blurring the lines... more

  • Borderless Bedlam

    by Kevin Focke (BatWhaleDragon)

    The proceeds of this book go to Borderless Charity, Inc.

    'What would a world dominated by blockchain technology look like?'

    This short story explores the question in the most campy way possible.

    Featuring technobabble, a feud between friends and factions, a very mysterious mystery, the antics of Gubrick, and more…

  • Demon King

    by Erik Henry Vick
    Ancient evils lurk in the Western New York town of Oneka Falls, and they are hungry. Only three children have encountered them and lived. Psyches fractured, each child has survived as best they could—wrapped in fantasy, the comfort of amnesia, or the silence of isolation When those evils intrude on their lives a second time, it sets a chain of events in action that can only end in destruction. But who will be destroyed, the children or the ancient evils that plague the town? Start reading ... more
  • Endsong

    by Roslyn Renwick

    Rhea, an ordinary woman from the backstreets of an increasingly restive 21st century city, lives her life like millions of others, oblivious to the global dangers threatening humanity, only to find that those dangers cannot be ignored. “Besides, nobody trusts the authorities these days, not even the authorities.” James. “You evolved from the dust of Earth, one decision at a time, over thousands of years. What made you human, keeps you human. You know what you are. Even if yo... more

  • Phantom Pact: The Bearer's Burden

    by Chad Queen
    Cade Elegy’s mind is tearing itself apart, crowded with the phantoms of the dead, and he must carry the burdens they could not. This bond lends him their experience and allows him to bend the laws of the physical world — a power he desperately needs if he is to discover the truth of what happened to his missing family. The trail has gone cold, but he is given one last chance when he is recruited by a princess to solve a murder. They soon uncover proof that their war with the Wraiths, a ho... more
  • Habits Kick Back

    by Marsha Cornelius
    Prescription drugs are so common in the future they’re called supplements, and dispensed at meals like side dishes. Just like everyone else, Luna takes pills to curb her appetite, increase her memory, focus her concentration, improve her mood, even suppress her sex drive. Now in college, she’s beginning to wonder what life is like outside this drug-induced state. Once she stops taking the supplements, she discovers food tastes delicious, her friend Sal is suddenly sexy, and the search for a val... more
  • The Grid Warrior

    by Kev Martin
    It is the year 2031 and computing is at a stage where players use reality suits in order to physically enter the gaming world. Paul Wilson and his brother Simon are research professors at Portsmouth University and gaming is not just their job, but their life. Their lives have been dedicated to creating this technology but when a transition between the real world and the gaming world for Paul goes disastrously wrong, their lives are changed forever, and a desperate fight for survival begins.
  • Maldene II: Mysteries Of Olde

    by Mark Anthony Tierno
    Of all that Sabu and his companions discovered in the bowels of Thïr Tÿorca, a simple looking map was the most mysterious. An indestructible map in an unknown language that starts them on a quest to seek out answers from the fabled Great Sage at the Foot of the World. And yet, these answers are only the beginning, for it puts them on the road to the most incredible secret anywhere on or off Maldene. A terrifying awe-inspiring revelation that provides the first clue as to the real goal of the vi... more
  • The U.M.I. Corp. Connection (Inspector Flaatphut Book 2)

    by Mark Anthony Tierno
    Inspector Flaatphut is back, this time teaming up with Tiffany and a whole group of miscreants to track down a leathal drug, clones, and the world's most deadly assassin. And all because his mother came to visit. Word Count: 64,000
  • Project Looking Glass (Inspector Flaatphut Book 1)

    by Mark Anthony Tierno
    In a future world where Man has uplifted a variety of species to two-legged sentience, the problems that have plagued the world have only gotten worse. Enter Inspector Henry Flaatphut of InterSpec; a former computer hacker now stuck at what amounts to a desk job, he has a 300-pound badger for a boss, a wise-cracking computer named ICy, and a pretty 5-foot feline named Miss Calico for a secretary that he never seems to have time for. A dreadful existence until that one person enters his office wh... more
  • Maldene: Volume Two

    by Mark Anthony Tierno
    The first Maldene novel concludes in Volume 2 as Sabu, Eldar, and Sindar and the rest go on a quest to unearth the remains of the last and grandest of the Great Human Kingdoms of old, Thïr Tÿorca. Their goal: Find what they can in the ancient ruins that can help them in their coming battle against the forces of Miro, and maybe even unearth the reason why it seems as Thïr Tÿorca had remained free of Miro's touch so long ago. The problem: Is this just another one of Miro's deeply laid plans, o... more
  • Alone

    by Skye MacKinnon
    It all started with a headache. Next came the cramps. Then, the pain. Cries and wails filled the station. The bloody cough killed most of them. The others succumbed to the fever. And then, silence. I’m the only one left. My name is Louise and I’m the only human on Mars.
  • Mother of Gods: A Winter Princess Prequel (Daughter of Winter)

    by Skye MacKinnon
    "I've been alive for less than a year, but it's been nothing but trouble. I was born to be someone I'm not, created by a lonely Goddess in the image of a random man she met at a party. No wonder it didn't work out. What I have to decide now is how I want to spend the last few days of my life." Beira, the Mother of Gods and Queen of Winter, has grown tired and lonely. After millennia of living on her own, she decides it's time to create the perfect lover. But while Colan might look like the ma... more

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