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  • Awakening: The Prince of Nabalar

    by Diana Flame
    One prophecy. One girl. One Galaxy. When a human becomes the most important thing to a planet that is light years away from earth, then there must be something seriously wrong. As fate would have it, one such human exists. In a sector where the evil thrive and the innocent are punished for deeds they have not committed, enters one woman from earth who threatens the plot of the evil forces. Her coming was foretold by a prophecy. She has arrived and has fallen for the prince, but the th... more
  • The Pious Insurrection: The Reaping

    by Dexter Morgenstern

    A grim, sword & sorcery tale with monsters, magic, religion, and war.

    This is how the world ends:

    The innocent kill. Those killers lead. That is the nature of war, which ravages the province of Evigönda.

    For a breath, there is peace, but the gods' demands pull at thestrings. Amos is a mystic who guards Bo, a seer who sacrificed herphysical sight to see spirits. Together, they must use her judgment toharvest souls for the Reaping, a sacred mission and necessary evil ... more

  • The Peril of Thought: Sci Fi and Horror from the Mind of David Dean

    by David Dean
    A woman is torn from her loving husband in the afterlife and brought back from the dead, trapped in an unforgiving future that won’t let her leave...a man finds himself on a hilltop overlooking smoking ruins of a city, unaware of who he is, how he got there, or what role he played in the destruction below...jealousy overtakes a voice-activated virtual assistant customized with the personality of a widower’s wife, wreaking havoc as its artificial intelligence goes on a rampage against him and his... more
  • Eden Chip

    by scott cramer
    Thanks to nanochips implanted in human brains, the world is at peace in 2055. But not everyone likes having their emotions controlled, or their religion suppressed. Eighteen-year-old Raissa embarks upon a perilous mission to free the world, just days before the release of nanochip Version 7, which will broadcast every citizen's thoughts to the Collective. The countdown has started, and Raissa must make choices that jeopardize the lives of billions, including the only boy she has ever lov... more
  • New Syberia

    by Francis Holden

    The anti-matter bomb on the gateway Moon of Orkhutsk killed two thousand and two people. Two thousand when it detonated, plus the two agents who failed trying to hunt down its maker.

    Peter Zhao was birthed with one purpose. To complete the mission the other two agents couldn't. But he was different. They tried with intimidation, threats and violence. Zhao was going to try love. 

    62,000 words. Manuscript only. Seeking representation. Extract b... more

  • Shadow Play: A Dark Fantasy Novel (The Fae Games Book 1)

    by Jill Ramsower
    They say what doesn't kill you makes you stronger—if that's the case, I better be badass by the time this is over. After two years at a dead-end job, Rebecca Peterson finally walks away from everything she knows to follow her dreams in Ireland. Instead of dreams, the dreary streets of Belfast rekindle her terrifying nightmares, and this time they aren't confined to her imagination. Twisted and vicious, Faeries are being unleashed on Earth to prey upon humans, who are unaware of the vile crea... more
  • Old roleplay stories & fiction: - unpaid prose of a mediocre gamer -

    by Andrè M. Pietroschek
    A collection of revised short-stories inspired by fantasy roleplaying in several genres. Some contextual bonus poetry added, too.
  • Words And Pictures

    by Jerry Sierra
    Words and Pictures is a fantasy art book with monsters and robots and Xenomorphs and alternate realities with Ellen Ripley and Silent Bob and rocket ships and maybe even a Borg/human drone or two.
  • Medal Star

    by Z. R. Mitchell

    When all the intelligent beings of the universe collectively reached their mental apex, their minds were projected onto another plane of reality known as the Canvas, a world that appeared as if the very fabric of its existence was painted. For those that wished to return to their waking lives and rise from their shared coma, the only solution was to find the Medal Star.

  • In the Shadow of the House of God

    by Jeffrey G. Roberts
    Hatred has run amuck in our civilization. Blood is being shed planet-wide, as mutual animosities, suspicions and antagonisms between the 34,000 religions on Earth threatens to erupt into Armageddon. And this is where the devil devises an insidious plan to take advantage of all man’s hate, once and for all. He makes a wager with God: “I believe humanity is basically vulgar, vicious, and filled with wondrous hatreds. I’ll wager, if you pluck one representative of every religion on Earth, and place... more
  • Undead

    by Vadim Kucherenko
    The characters of the “Undead” poem are forest- and water-spirits, undines, home-spirits and other representatives of nature spirits, as well as witches, humans and even the Bible characters. In a poetic form the author is mediating on the question if humans are really the kings of nature or they have willfully usurped this title without understanding that they are just a part of the universe. The poem has an original plot full of the unexpected explanations of certain well-known facts; the nar... more
  • Supermundane Adaption

    by Debbie Zain

    After giving birth to a beautiful son, artist Olivia Croft is told he’s a magical being sent to save their true home, Omnipion and that she is a sage who agreed pre-life to train him to fight an evil being known as the Corrupter whose threatening to destroy their world.

     

    Unable to remember or even relate to this inconceivable truth now she’s a fully assimilated human with nothing more than the power of a mothers love, she vows to fight against Omnipion, and her p... more

  • Aftermath: Hathe Book Three

    by Mary Brock Jones
    War or Peace. It doesn't matter. There is always an enemy. Jacquel des Trurains, acclaimed hero of the resistance, has been charged with overseeing the restoration of Hathe after the Terran occupation. But it won’t be easy. Years of oppression have left their mark on every dirtsider who stayed behind. And what of the Hathians who fled to the moon? The greed of a few for the sparkling jewel of the colonial worlds could destroy everything when they return. So, Jacquel’s bosses decide he nee... more
  • THE WALL: Volume One - Guardian's Redemption

    by Jewel Hart
    Volume One - Guardian's Redemption Joey Gunns an ex. UN special forces mercenary, reluctantly takes an assignment doing muscle work for the POTUS. A series of unfortunate events unfold leaving Gunns to choose between his beloved band of brothers, his moral conscience, or his own ambitions. Which one will he choose?.... Read volume one to find out
  • Trailer, Get Your Kicks!

    by Karen Musser Nortman
    Lynne McBriar swore her vintage trailer would stay in a museum where it would be safe from further time travel. But when a museum in Texas wants to borrow it, she determines that she must deliver it herself. Her husband Kurt convinces her to take it along Route 66 for research he is doing. What starts out as a family vacation soon turns deadly. Travel can be dangerous any time, but when your trip involves the Time Travel Trailer, who knows where (or when) you will end up? The family encounters e... more
  • The Girl from Teralon

    by W. Allen Mulholland
    A signal arrives from outer space,. Something -- someone? -- is heading toward Earth, and it has sent a message. Scientists in New Mexico are elated. But whom do they tell? Memories--and revelations--about the Roswell Incident, the U.S. government's fifty-year-old, covert investigation, surface and influence decisions. W. Allen Mulholland weaves the real with the imaginary so tightly that The Girl from Teralon reads as utterly likely. You too will wonder, how should we treat extraterrestrials?

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