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  • Divine Prey

    by Chris Andrews
    When assassins attack Princess Caroline, she discovers a prophecy predicting her rise to power. Her Gods-granted destiny comes with a price however; she cannot ascend the throne unless her father and siblings are dead. It's a price she's unwilling to pay. Relentlessly pursued into the mountains with just a single friend for moral support, Caroline stumbles upon the dubious help of a warrior and two sorcerers, but none can prevent her being bitten by a werewolf. With Gods aligning... more
  • Literature®

    by Guillermo Stitch

    ***WINNER, IPPY AWARDS 2019***

    "A tour de force." INTERZONE

    We don't know exactly when Literature® takes place and we don't know exactly where. All we know is that Philip Marlowe would fit right in. We don't get Marlowe though. We get Billy Stringer. And Billy is on nobody's trail.

    He's the prey.

    The day hasn't begun very well for Billy. He just messed up his first big assignment, he's definite... more

  • Stones of Dracontias: The Bloodstone Dragon

    by N.D. Jones
    For generations the worlds of man and dragon have lived peacefully side-by-side. Harmonious and yet wholly separate, there is much unknown between them--but that is all about to change. For love knows no color nor creed, and where there is passion, heat, and desire, it will spark. So begins the story of Kya the Bloodstone Dragon and Armstrong Knight, the unwitting victims of love’s impervious pull. For when a dragon-shifter walks amongst the humans, the wheels of fate begin to turn and what wa... more
  • Soul Mirrors

    by Wiley A Haydon III
    Twins Thomas and Ashley Ross knew at a young age that their gift—the ability take on another person’s memories—would eventually be used for the “good” of humanity. But it would come at a price. Contracted with the government from age twelve until their eighteenth birthday, the twins would be forced to endure the destructive process that had taken the lives of many other children like them. As each day passes, they wonder if survival is even possible, or worse: will it even matter when they... more
  • Time's Arrow (A Time of Darkness)

    by Ash Gray
    Neferre is a coarse, disgusting, slightly-alcoholic elf, who is discovered while in a drunken stupor by a strange child in the dark depths of a swamp. Neferre offers to escort the child to safety, only to discover the little girl is a legendary dragon slayer torn from the ancient past. Together with her friends, a half-giant and a snarky sorcerer, Neferre must return the girl to her original era before her ancient enemies can end her life. The journey becomes a real race against time when an anc... more
  • Jurassic Jail

    by William Alan Webb
    Can you prosecute an ancient murder if the victim is still alive? Not if the killers get you first. During a shady militia meeting in New Orleans, a famous scientist claims a bold discovery. The government mole in the group, known only as Gomorrah, knows he’s been tagged. He takes off with carloads of gunners on his tail. Meanwhile, a partial skeleton turns up in a flooded Tennessee ditch, the bones brown and aged from long years buried. But something is very wrong with those bones. M.E. S... more
  • Claimed by Gods: A Reverse Harem Urban Fantasy (Their Dark Valkyrie Book 1)

    by Eva Chase
    Aria Watson thought she'd survived everything life could throw at her. Then she dies in a freak accident and wakes up to four stunning Norse gods telling her she's now a valkyrie. Their king is missing, and they need Ari to find him. It's going to take every trick in the book for Ari to save herself, the little brother she's always protected, and these divine men who are getting under her skin in the most alluring way.
  • Eunis

    by H. Heastie
  • The Cube

    by Kelly Fumiko Weiss

    "The Cube appeared as if from nowhere. He felt his eyes well up... It was beautiful."

    Will barely remembers life before the Cube. He and Kim were early players of the game but since her death, he has been in a cocoon of grief, doing his best to ignore the Cube and people in general. On a rare night out with friends, Will is as surprised as anyone that he still believes in the virtue and grandiosity of the game—and perhaps more startling, that he has emerging, yet deep-ro... more

  • Legends of the Great Savanna - Martyrs

    by Justin Lincoln
    After being approached by the military with a contract he couldn't refuse, JAMES winds up uploaded into a virtual reality game as a beta tester. Waking up in the Great Savanna, James struggles with a less-than-useful interface before he comes across two creatures locked in battle. The shoulder high grass allows him glimpses of a lion-esque creature fending off a torrent of scales and claws. Sneaking up to steal a better look at the surreal situation, James discovers two things. 1. Getting hur... more
  • Patterns on Pages - Secrets of the Sequenced Symbols (Traveler's HOT L) (Volume 4)

    by C. R. Downing
    The Day the Earth Shattered, the catastrophic seismic event is worse than anyone predicted. Eighty percent of humans die from destruction, disease, starvation, and suicide. Civilization is erased. Live the struggle as five alien Time Synchronizers for Earth recruit illiterate two humans from the far future, return them to “this time,” where two teachers begin a long overdue lesson. Can the recruits return and decipher the patterns on pages of books in the NoCal’s only Li’bry and save humanity?
  • Race the Red Horizon: the Flight of the Pteronaut

    by M. Jonathan Jones
    A lone wanderer is hunted across a dead desert landscape. Blown off course, the Pteronaut is far from the deserts he knows. His stocks of water, air, and food, are low and time is running out. On his trail is the Crawler, a sentient machine from the deserts' very beginnings. Ancient and unstoppable, the Crawler cannot be beaten. The Pteronaut has no choice but to run. As he crosses the deserts, the Pteronaut discovers more about the dead red world and the part his kind played in it. The final co... more
  • #Lazarus10

    by Andrew Rajan

    "He that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live: And whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die". John 11:21-26

    Tony Peso’s world is turned upside down the first time he is plugged into a cryonically frozen head, to experience their last ten seconds of life. If this was properly marketed, it could be massive…

    Ignoring the moral implications and ably assisted by Cryo-Biochemist Davis, Brit-abroad Tony makes million... more

  • The Shaman's Apprentice

    by B. Muze
    Her master calls her shaman. Her people call her witch. Gods, spirits, and demons won't stop calling. In this first book of B. Muze's epic primitive fantasy, Yaku Shaman believes he has at last found his apprentice—a girl who talks with ghosts, spirits and gods with equal ease. Unfortunately, his people refuse to accept her. The shaman forces Jovai to sacrifice every hope of a normal life, until the people, unaware of the dangers threatening them, revolt. Barely escaping both her people and... more
  • The Slinger Trilogy

    by Ben Lyle Bedard
    On the alien planet of Damodara, the powers that be gather to decide who will own the future. Caught up in their plans are pioneers and renegades, including the mysterious Slinger, a woman cursed by beauty, who has been chased to the ends of known space. Written in a western dialect, The Slinger Trilogy is a raucous, rude, and beautiful saga with dozens of characters. For the first time, The Equilibrium of Stars, Strange Bonds, and All of a Darkness are collected, bringing to a completion this e... more

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