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  • The Plot to Cool the Planet

    by Sam Bleicher
    Mounting Ecosystem Disruption A Notorious Murder A Rogue Diplomatic Scheme June 2020. An outspoken climate scientist is murdered. Investigators believe she was assassinated to end her forceful advocacy for untested geoengineering techniques that might slow global warming. Frequent extreme storms and rising sea levels are undermining the viability of coastal cities. Millions of subsistence farmers and fishermen are facing ruin as crops yields fall and fisheries disappear. No nation is vol... more
  • Kairos

    by Donald Morgan Edwards
    In the year 2091, the crew of Starship Destiny landed on Kairos, an unexplored planet around a distant star. They began exploring their new home with a driving desire to establish a home for themselves. They were challenged by many strange and vicious animals in this unchartered land. Fifteen years later, they anxiously awaited the arrival of the first colony ship. An attempt by a tyrannical organization on Earth to sabotage Colony One had failed. A year later, Colony Two brought word that the M... more
  • The Laws of Time

    by Andrew Pulliam
    Aaron Williams, a physics professor, creates a time machine, but vows to never use it to change history; only to observe and record history. A crime organization steals the machine and kidnaps Aaron after killing people close to him. They force him to use the machine to help them drastically change the world, placing the world under their control with slavery, despair, and misery reigning while the crime organization gets wealthier. They are holding Aaron prisoner until he trains a replacemen... more

    What if - the end of the world was the best thing that could happen to you? Trapped in a sex shop by post-apocalyptic, bloodthirsty, gay mutant creatures, a polysexual group of survivors are faced with rescuing a party of homophobic Christian fundamentalist, or trying to survive the night with a psychotic, gay serial killer among them.
  • Apex Five

    by Sarah Katz
    For millennia, the people of the Plane have worshipped five megaliths as relics of the mysterious Zaam. In recent years, the nation of Tabira has employed remarkably advanced technology to subjugate the entire Plane and eradicate all belief in the Zaam. Now, the three remaining nations must uncover the secret behind Tabira’s sudden forward leap in civilization. At the forefront, a doctor, three intelligence officers and a freedom fighter embark on their respective journeys to restore a balance... more
  • Nightscript Volume 4

    by CM Muller
    An annual anthology of strange and darksome tales, which this year profiles the work of 21 contemporary scribes: V.H. Leslie, J.T. Glover, Joanna Parypinski, Steve Rasnic Tem, L.S. Johnson, Daniel Braum, M. Lopes da Silva, Mathew Allan Garcia, April Steenburgh, Charles Wilkinson, Farah Rose Smith, Armel Dagorn, Cate Gardner, Jackson Kuhl, Christi Nogle, Ross Smeltzer, Jennifer Loring, Tim Jeffreys, Elana Gomel, Mike Weitz, and Kirsty Logan.
  • Hidden Folk: Strange Stories

    by CM Muller

    Hidden Folk collects twelve previously published "strange and darksome" tales by C.M. Muller, editor of the award-winning Nightscript anthology series. These stories first appeared in venues such as Shadows & Tall TreesSupernatural Tales, and Weirdbook.

  • Operation Ragnarok

    by Kevin Coolidge
    Operation Ragnarok is a fantastical adventure with comedic elements about a group of gamers going through a mid-life crisis, instead of the little red corvette, they decide tosteal a Viking longship from a museum. It's a story of friendship, sacrifice, and unleashing Hel on Earth..."
  • Twice-Told: A Collection of Doubles

    by CM Muller

    Twice-Told: A Collection of Doubles features 22 unique visions of the "double-goer" (i.e. doppelgänger), with stories by Tim Jeffreys, Clint Smith, Patricia Lillie, Chris Shearer, Shannon Lawrence, Charles Wilkinson, Craig Wallwork, David Peak, Jason A. Wyckoff, Esther Rose, Steve Rasnic Tem, Jack Lothian, Gordon B. White, Nina Shepardson, Timothy B. Dodd, Farah Rose Smith, Tom Johnstone, Jess Landry, C.C. Adams, Tim Major, J.C. Raye, and Erica Ru... more

  • Future World Rolls!: We Are Family

    by Terry Tumbler

    This Space Opera is set to Rock n’ Roll and classical music, many of the songs being entirely original and composed by the author.

    It starts in the mid-20th century with two talented FBI Special Agents being tasked with recruiting people to undertake a really unusual mission. In the process, they are themselves abducted to take a leading role in that mission, which is intended to save the human race from alien conquest.

    It involves time travel into the future, as they lead t... more

  • Dimensionally Speaking...

    by Sara Lynn Inman
    A collection of short Sci-fi tales for the adult reader.
  • Evil Is: The Evil Series

    by MJ Martin
    When Frances Thames discovers she is terminally ill, it prompts her to divulge the secrets of her life. She begins a journal, intending to set right the wrongs of her past. Beginning in her childhood, she takes us on a heart-wrenching journey. All the while, she struggles to come to terms with her illness and continues to hide the truth from her daughter and two grandsons, who know nothing of her past.
  • Emmett the Empathy Man

    by Lindsay Woodward
    Every Sunday, best friends Jenny, Adam and Zack leave their unhappy lives behind and they meet down the pub. They're all huge fans of comic books, so for fun, one afternoon, they decide to create their own superhero. But as Empathy Man starts to take shape, strange things start to happen to them in their everyday lives; things they just can't possibly explain. And who is it they keep seeing in the corner of their eyes? Emmett the Empathy Man is a comic tale of wishing for better things only t... more
  • Falstaff's Big Gamble

    by Hank Quense
    This novel is Shakespeare's Worst Nightmare. It takes two of the Bard's most famous plays, Hamlet and Othello, and recasts them with fantasy characters in a place called Gundarland. Hamlet is a dwarf and Othello is a dark elf. Iago and his wife, Emilia, are trolls. If that isn't bad enough, these two tragedies are now comedies with Falstaff, Shakespeare's most popular rogue, thrown in as a bonus. Both Hamlet and Othello are plagued by the scheming Falstaff, a human.
  • The Other Side

    by Dan Pagano
    Jude is a 16 year old private school student who discovers that he can communicate with and see spirits. He sees angels and demons too, which are part of an insidious agency known as The Horde. In a trance his consciousness visits heaven, and he soon learns of an all out war for the fate of humanity between the forces of light and the powers of darkness.
  • Project Tau

    by Jude Austin
    Kalin Taylor is on the path to success. He's just won a scholarship to the prestigious Sanderson College of Arts and Science to study medicine. He's also about to do something very, very stupid in the name of becoming one of the 'in' kids at college. It sounded simple at the time. Sneak into a branch of the top-secret, interstellar scientific company GenTech, take a photo of the genetically engineered creature Project Tau that's supposedly inside, and sneak back out again. Cue membership of ... more