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  • The Wild Dark

    by Katherine Silva
    Ghosts. Soul-eating wolves. World-consuming woods. A friendship that defies death. Elizabeth 'Liz' Raleigh has lost everything: her job as a police detective, her partner, her fiancé, and her peace of mind. After a month of solitude at a cabin in the woods, she finally feels as though she's ready to move on. But in one terrifying night, everything changes. Liz's partner, Brody, appears in the form of a ghost. He's one of millions that have returned to haunt their loved ones. Brody can'... more
  • The Teeth in the Tide

    by Rebecca F. Kenney
    Pitched as Attack on Titan with mermaids, this savage gender-swapped retelling of “The Little Mermaid” is perfect for fans of Jennifer L. Armentrout, Alexandra Christo, and Holly Black. Trapped on a walled island with her people, Kestra aches for vengeance against the swarms of ravenous mermaids that ate her father fifteen years ago. The swarms threaten her town’s last supply ship--and the life of the brave young captain who smiles so charmingly at her whenever he makes port. With the help of... more
  • Electric Trees

    by Melissa Bobe
    There is a mermaid in this book. There is a sea monster. There are sirens. This book has monsters and murders, elephants and polar bears and wolves, of a kind. It has crappy jobs and happy escapes. It has funerals and hospitals and hope. Its homes are haunted by people haunted by the things they cannot face. Its halls are quiet, its colors are loud, and it will take you on a journey if you’re willing to stay the course. Are you?
  • Nine Streams of Consciousness

    by Glenn R. Frank

    Late in the 21st century an interstellar object hurtles toward Earth. Its existence is covered up. Humanity's last hope is placed aboard the colony ship Provenance. Our destiny lies in our technology, alien cultures, and the deep unknown of a distant star system.

    The nine authors and short stories in the book:

    You Think You Have Time - Drew Wagar
    The Light of Spiring - Alan R. Paine
    Off Target - Glenn R. Frank
    Blessed are the Children - John Hoggard... more

  • Far Flung

    by T.C.C. Edwards

    William Flynn was eager to take on a job as a reporter at the newly-founded Tau Ceti colony, where he would meet his fiancé and begin a new life. Instead, his colony vessel is flung far from the intended destination, appearing instead in an entirely different galaxy.

    Now Flynn and the rest of the crew of the Tereshkova colony vessel must survive among unknown allies and enemies. They are forced to accept help from the mysterious alien scientist Asar, who offers to guide them to s... more

  • The Normandy Club

    by Bill Walker
    He knows they’re plotting to alter the end of World War II. But he’s already too late to stop them… Miami, 1993. Jack Dunham doesn’t know if he’s gone insane or not. His best friend has assured him the Nine Old Men at their country club are planning to change history by giving Hitler the details of Operation: Overlord. But before he can think what to do, Jack awakens in a Nazi-occupied America. Unaware at first that anything is wrong, his memories come flooding back. Realizing the “resettl... more
  • A-S2: A Clockmaker's Journey

    by R. A. Cabral
    A PREQUEL TO “IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE” Clarence Odbody, the angel who helped George Bailey realize he had a “Wonderful Life,” is making a comeback in the new fantasy novella A-S2: A CLOCKMAKER’S JOURNEY. On Christmas Eve 1700, British clockmaker Clarence suffers the indignity of an accidental drowning in the River Avon. In the Spirit World, given the option of guardian-angel-in-training (GAIT) or a cushy cloud overlooking the English Channel, he selects the former. But after two underwhelmin... more
  • The Pitch: The Adventures of Luther Woundup and His Magical Orange Ball

    by R. A. Cabral
    From the moment Luther Woundup launches the orange baseball over the wall at Riders Field, Sacramento fans are introduced to the most intriguing mascot the game has ever seen. Luther bursts onto the field and into their hearts with the most ingenious, magical displays. But like a modern day Trojan Horse, the display serves as a ruse to collect human brain waves with an innocent-looking device invented by Luther's father, the reigning scientist on Spalding. The mission: convert the contents i... more
  • The Miracle of the Christmas Wish Holder

    by R. A. Cabral
    PR pro Grace McBride and her former high school sweetheart Donte Soltero reunite on a solution to save the Soltero family’s wooden toy creations from a high-tech company’s threat of a lawsuit. In the process the couple discovers the miracle of faith and the power of magick on a rare snowy Christmas Eve in Sacramento. This book has the heart of the holiday classic, "Miracle on 34th Street."
  • Maldene

    by Mark Anthony Tierno
    Maldene is a world of magic and science, wizards and dragons; but home also to an incredible secret. One jealously guarded by History’s most villainous being: Miro. For centuries his presence has been plaguing the nightmares of gods and men; the world is in his thrall, there is no one willing to face him. Or perhaps there is. The young wizard Sabu, and his elven friend Eldar, lead their companions on a journey to seek a destiny foretold them by a blind gold-skinned gypsy. Fighting a three-h... more
  • Cyberdawn: Beginnings

    by Mark Anthony Tierno
    What if every conspiracy theory you’d ever heard of was true… and it still wasn’t enough. Earth is entering a new age of peace. No weapons, countries ready to put down their armies, every home benefiting from megacorp generosity, but if you’re Black Jack Hannigan this sounds a bit like fattening up the calf before the slaughter. He’s seen them, creatures straight out of mythology. Winged tigers, ghouls, werewolves, they all exist; all part of the same millennia-old conspiracy. The “Peop... more
  • The Conscious Virus

    by Miki Mitayn

    What if a virus, created by people of malign intent, developed consciousness? And you were the doctor given that information, through unorthodox, thoroughly unscientific channels? Talking to spirits.
    Nerida and Mari are lesbians with a good life together. They travel all over Australia, visiting Indigenous communities and mining towns for work and adventure. But they have a secret life.
    Mari has grown into a shaman. She goes into trance and channels ghosts: intelligent, passionate, ... more

  • Social Media Central

    by Kevin Klehr
    In an age where everyone lives their lives through a screen, no one has more celebrity status than fashion blogger, Madeline Q. In a chance meeting, Tayler, loner and geek, is introduced to her world of parties, fan worship, and seduction. But as his own star rises, Madeline Q is arrested for murder. There’s just one problem—there is no corpse. Tayler soon learns that fiction blurs reality on Social Media Central.
  • Challenges in the Mobile Quality Assurance Testing

    by Richel Garner
    Quality Assurance is an essential part of the Software Development and Testing procedure. QA is not just a process but a discipline which all the Mobile Testing service providers must follow. With the Software development cycles becoming shorter and quicker, the Quality Assurance teams are facing new challenges every day to keep up with the pace of work and meeting deadlines. For effective Testing results, it’s im... more
  • Winter Masquerade

    by Kevin Klehr
    Ferris wakes on the Sea Queen, an enchanted cruise ship sailing on a chocolate sea. He has no idea how he got here, but he desperately wants to go home to his boyfriend. The alchemist is the only person who can help Ferris, but he’s been kidnapped. The ransom is high tea with scones and jam. Meanwhile, the passengers are gearing up for the Winter Masquerade, a ball where love and magic reign. With a murderous musician, an absent boyfriend, and a mystical party, Ferris soon learns that W... more
  • The Last Crusader

    by Jeffrey Loefer
    A crusader named Brock has a dream of impending doom-of him, his comrades, and the town of Cornwallis-from goblins and trolls. Was the dream just a dream? Or was it a vision of the future that he and his friends need to be ready for?