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  • Satellites

    by Tom Pappalardo
    Nine speculative stories from Tom Pappalardo. In “Mind The Gap,” a man falls through time up and down instead of back and forth. “Bygone” tells the story of a girl and her beloved robot exploring the abandoned state of Massachusetts. In “This Town,” a half-hit wonder finds all the time he lost drinking in the ‘90s. Career-minded cats, lethal landscapers, illegal sodas? Sure. A sleeping dog disrupts downtown, Death incarnate stops for a latte, a new dead friend at the old landfill? Yeah, why n... more
  • An Infinite Number of Exes

    by Aaron Frale
    Clara can either save the world or her wife, an impossible choice. Against her better judgment, Clara manipulates the timeline to save Misako. She screws everything up, and an evil dictator invades Albuquerque with killer robots with friendly murderous dispositions. Now Clara has to fix the timeline, save her wife, and make sure her friends do not die in the process.
  • The Hell Bound Kids: Wild In The Streets

    by Manson
    Lawlessness. Rampant crime. Ruthless gangs running wild in the streets. Welcome to Punk City… the city of the Hell Bound Kids: one of the many gangs warring for control of Punk City’s hellish streets.
  • The Secrets of Mars

    by Andrew Orange
    Dick, the orphaned son of a Russian military man and his African wife, is studying at a university in Moscow while enjoying a clandestine love affair with Julia, the daughter of a powerful and dangerous man. When their relationship is shattered by the father’s decision to forcibly marry her off, Dick is forced to leave Russia. He accepts an invitation from a mysterious organization called the International Scientific Institute of Space. He soon finds himself in the South Pacific, on the small is... more
  • The Sploor Imperative

    by Robert W.W. Burden
    We are destroying ourselves. There are a lot of highly advanced aliens who cannot allow us to do that. They are desperate to see humanity get its act together.
  • Glitched

    by Tiffany Yao
    If you found out you were living in a virtual reality video game, what would you do? Kashmira lived an ordinary life until an army of invaders sacked her city and left her for dead. When she awakens, she discovers she is a glitch in a virtual reality video game – destined only for deletion by the bots that hunt her. Dugan is a bitterly disgruntled engineer who played a pivotal role in the creation of virtual reality games and the NPCs who inhabit them. Fired from the company he helped found,... more
  • Deathlist

    by Kathryn Atkins
    The main character is Death, and she doesn’t wear a hooded shroud. She wears Hermès shoes and a Chanel Little Black Dress. And she is pissed. As a gorgeous, unhappy collector of souls, Death quits her job. God creates the Deathlist to keep track of death dates from which humans know when they’ll die—until the devil steals the list. Then, no one dies. Death becomes a human male (nice touch, God) to try to save humanity. "Deathlist" irreverently blends golf, good, evil, trust, hope, and free will... more
  • The Tapestry

    by Audrey N Lewis
    In a single moment, Maia’s life would never be the same. Because when her miraculous virgin birth gifts her a blind, albino hermaphrodite, she never could have foreseen the fate that lay in store for them both. Adopted by a pack of coyotes and seeking refuge deep in the woods, a sheltered cottage and unseen helpers give Maia and her baby Justice a new life together. But the world of the early twentieth century isn’t kind to unwed mothers or children like Justice… and when they’re forced to leav... more
  • Fastening the Grave

    by L.A. McBride
    Kali James moved to Kansas City to open a costume shop and to start a new life, one that wasn’t haunted by the death of her twin sister. After the ghost of a reporter murdered in a local haunted house demands her help, she reluctantly sets out to find his killer. In the process, she discovers she isn’t the only one in KC with supernatural abilities. Her search uncovers the story the dead reporter had been working on, forcing Kali to wade deeper into a world of shifters, vampires, and necromancer... more
  • Shepherd's Warning

    by Cailyn Lloyd
    For years the abandoned MacKenzie mansion remained hidden in rural Wisconsin. Rumors and stories of apparitions, odd noises, accidents, and strange deaths in or near the property were enough to convince the townsfolk it was haunted and they stayed away. Lucas MacKenzie and his brother Nate know nothing of this when they inherit the property and decide to bring their families to Wisconsin for a major renovation project with HGTV stardom in mind. As they tear out old fixtures and open shuttered... more
  • Medusa: Rise of a Goddess

    by H. Dean Fisher
    Medusa: The monster from legend, with snakes for hair and a gaze that turns humans to stone. Cursed by Athena for the crime of being raped, she was destined to be slain by Perseus. Except, she never died. The stories got it wrong. At the dawn of creation, the girl Medusa lives with her family on the Eastern Edge of the World, but she yearns for more. Fascinated by the newly created humans, she leaves home to see it all for herself, the farms, the cities, and the temples. Little does she know ... more
  • The Mill

    by Cailyn Lloyd
    As a psychic, seeing ghosts is routine for Lili. She isn’t surprised to discover spirits lurking in the renovated paper mill where she just bought an apartment. What she doesn’t expect is the dark, sinister presence under the floor and the serial killer who is prowling about the mill. When a woman is found murdered and another goes missing, Lili tries to work with one of the spirits—a young girl long dead—to expose the psychopath. But not everyone can be trusted and soon, Lili fears the killer w... more
  • Galaxy

    by Mark Lingane
    Spark, an elite Space Academy pilot, barely survived a deadly battle. After years in a coma, he emerges to find a crippled world, and his memory in tatters. Humanity faces threats from many sides, often self-inflicted. And a new evil is coming. Something that will wipe out the human race for good. With a dwindling number of fighter pilots, Spark is forced back into active duty, where he meets another cadet, beautiful and enigmatic. Together they work to restore his memory, and Spark is tested t... more
  • The Abhorrent

    by Nathan Wilson
    Shindara and his companions embark on a journey to the Yomi—a barren underworld frozen in time and devoid of light. Hoping to find the answers to his curse, he faces the endless perils with the aid of a chaos demon. What he discovers is more shocking than anything he could ever imagine, leading him on a voyage from samurai-infested battlefields to a secluded village with ancient ties to a dead goddess. Shindara might succeed in saving Japan from a corrupt Empire, but no one can save Japan from w... more
  • The Boy Who Glowed in the Dark

    by Richard Holeman
    Welcome to Hayfork, Iowa, a peaceful farming community nestled in the heart of a tranquil valley, a town that looks after its own. It’s a place where gossip is king, but secrets are kept from outsiders and those who are born there live and die at the mercy of the weather, or the forgiveness of the land. Now a strange terror roams the sky at night, a dread horror lurks among the corn and a troubled widow gives birth to a boy who glows in the dark. Death on the streets and blood in the fields seed... more
  • The Light after the Orange

    by Beverley J. Hall

    Eighteen-year-old Alex Chegasa, one of the first generation to be raised on post-apocalyptic Earth, was taught to embrace her magical gifts.

    After the Orange, as the planet burned, magic trickled in. The bombs that had wiped out most life ripped open the barrier between worlds. Can the next generation, connected to the magic, be the solution to mankind’s problems or are they destined to repeat the mistakes of their ancestors?

    Did the Orange, the very thing that ravaged the p... more

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