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  • Beyond the Blue: A Journey Through the Heavens

    by Tara Knight
    Thayne, an immortal Paladin, jolts awake on a street in the celestial province of Canaan. Stripped of his memory, he hasn’t a clue about who he is or his purpose for being there. His presence however threatens a powerful King who declares him a fugitive and demands his life. Thayne is immediately the most wanted man in the entire province. Hunted by the King’s army, a Mender and Mystic, both highly skilled with supernatural gifts, come to his rescue. On the run, the trio find unexpected allie... more
  • Humankind: (Saga 1)

    by Mic Shannon
    Set in the year 2034, 'Humankind' is an extension of today's world. More greed and hatred, less food and water, more separation and less human contact. And then, everything changed... Now, humanity is being threatened by a new terror, and the only way to overcome it is for people to unite. But in a world where everyone is out for their own interests, will they be able to save themselves from destruction? Maybe, with the help of a couple of High School kids, a CIA Agent, a Navy SEAL, and the f... more
  • Awaken an Angel (The Otherkin Series Book 1)

    by M. Pickard
    When Mia was seven years old her nice, normal world ground to a halt - literally - and gave her a startling glimpse into a world filled with angels, demons, and magic. That world rises up to collide with hers again and again, until finally she succumbs to her fate and leaves humanity behind to become an angel. Now she must learn how to embrace her destiny, fight the revenants that threaten humanity, and save the Universe from a fate worse than death… all while coming to terms with the fact that ... more
  • Manna City

    by Geoffrey Pierce
    Nista is nine months pregnant, starving, and living in a cave. Her husband, Dane, thinks she’s gone crazy. And the first time she heard the voice of her unborn child, she thought she’d gone crazy, too. But the child has told her too many things, shown her too many things that have come to pass. She knows…someone is coming to usher them away from their isolated purgatory. Someone is coming to lead them through the unforgiving desert – teeming with lawless killers and savage beasts – to the last b... more
  • Sleepless Flame

    by Odin Oxthorn
    Sleepless Flame is a faced-paced action-packed scifi story that features a nonbinary protagonist. Follow the exploits of a disgraced war criminal as they navigate a vibrant cyberpunk world full of corporate intrigue while using fascinating automated combat technology and computer skills. Great for readers who enjoy Bladerunner and Shadowrun games.
  • Green as Gold, a short story

    by M. TImothy Murray
    Publishing in progress for an upcoming short story collection.
  • Thumar, Time Paradox

    by M. Timothy Murray
    Publishing process in progress. Synopsis and book cover tba.
  • Thumar

    by M. Timothy Murray
    Derak Jamar III and Shesain Andehar are from different worlds. So why can’t he get her off his mind? Derak grew up in poverty in twenty-fifth century New York City. Only his intense drive to succeed saved him from becoming lost to the city’s gangs. He’s a senior naval officer and the Alliance’s representative to the planet Thumar. Shesain Andehar is the ambassador of Thumar. Her exotic beauty and sharp intellect have proven useful in her profession. As Derak begins to fall in love with th... more
  • Report to the Icarian Council

    by Gregory Edward Flood
    “America has its own denizens of Faerie, of course, as all countries do. As the immigrants, refugees, fortune seekers, and would-be conquerors flowed into the New World from the Old, they brought their creatures of myth with them. America, the great Melting Pot, produced whole new bastard strains of Faerie, supernatural beings unknown in the Old World...” So begins the tale of Vector Hadron, tragically exiled from United American Faerie and condemned to mortality. Mortal life doesn’t sit ... more
  • Stories from the Witch Store

    by Olga Gutsol
    Funny and imaginative chronicles from the life of a hereditary witch Arelia who, along with her loyal companions Cat and house-ghost Puck, moved to the small town of Burnaville to open the Magic Potions store. Here she falls into a lifetime of boredom. How have her magical powers resulted in this? What is missing from the charming life she has built? And so she begins a diary as amusing as her everyday life is, teaching the local population how to respect magic and dodging the troubles that ... more
  • Trading Darkness

    by Lisa Hofmann
    Once upon a time, a demon from the depths of the earth decided to seek the light of love. When human weakness destroys that love, a yearning for vengeance awakens within the ancient soul, and the fiefdom of Wildenburg becomes home to many kinds of men and monsters. A never-ending spiral of cruelty and sacrifice is set in motion. Over the centuries, wars, hunger, and witch trials cripple the little fiefdom, until one day, the reigning lord discovers that not even his own children are safe from... more
  • Hexen's Cross

    by J. Kowallis
    "The magic calls her. A prophecy binds her. The ancestors guide her. Dr. Taran Grim, a young professor of occult studies, knows the written history of witches better than anyone in her field. And she should. She’s one of them. After a mysterious stranger arrives at her office inquiring about the mythical staff of Woden, Taran’s curiosity reveals a millennia-old prophesy directly tied to her. The answers wait in Bryden, England and the only person who can help her gain access to the hidden ... more
  • Resilience

    by Spundan Dasgupta
    The year is 2181 AD. The law and order forces have been completely dissolved and the military has been handed over the power of control for a smoother functioning of the nation. The move is effective at first, but not until the rise of an unknown enemy that threatens to not only disrupt the system that governs the nation but also threatens to create a draconian world. Termed as the Anti-Nationals, they show no mercy or any attempts at negotiations as they always leave behind a trail of destructi... more
  • Grid

    by Rebecca Taylor
    Stuck in a society reduced to only four emotions and the need to always be comfortable, Juan Garcia finds himself longing to connect beyond the Company messages and the over-simplified TXTK (text-talk) that has replaced long-language. When he meets one his own kind, Juan reaches his peak just as the grid crumbles. This thrusts him into a realm much like the past he has fantasied about, but nothing like his dreams. There, he learns the truth. Trapped, Juan is forced to make a decision between tw... more
  • Esker

    by D.L. Tracey
    Back in spring of 1964 eight-year-old Tommy McGrath had drowned in one of the drainpipes that ran under the Esker. Some folks say it was murder; I guess that is always up to debate. Eleven years later, tragedy had struck again at the Esker: ten-year-old Adam Bertholdi disappearing in front of thirty parents at kids little league baseball game at Julia Road Park. While playing right field, Adam bent down in the high grass in deep right field to retrieve a baseball. The child never stood up fr... more
  • Seeds

    by Steve Soderquist
    One universe. Two different races. One common enemy. When the benevolent race known as the Illuminous visited earth back in the 1950's, they weren't aware of the aliens who had attached themselves to the hull of their ship. The Mor, also known as 'Seeds', found Earth to be a poor choice for a new home, but a home, nonetheless. When three brilliant college students inadvertently stumbled on a formula that enhanced the Mors' ability to communicate and grow at an incredible rate, the race was o... more

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