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  • Time Probe

    by Bette Jackman LoBue
    Time Probe is a spy thriller set in Washington, DC, and its environs. Themes include commitment, unity, loyalty, betrayal, and self-discovery. The Project Archives team consists of four very diverse people who must learn to work together for the survival of all and the security of the national treasures entrusted to them for use in a special project with NASA. Team members are pushed beyond capacity when they encounter SACHO, a terrorist-centered spy ring in pursuit of the special formula in hol... more
  • Zone 23

    by CJ Hopkins
    ZONE 23 ... a darkly comic dystopian satire about being human, all-too-human, featuring two of the most endearing Anti-Social anti-heroes that ever rebelled against the forces of Normality. Set in the post-catastrophic future, in a peaceful, prosperous, corporate-controlled society where all dissent and non-conformity has been pathologized, and the human race is being genetically corrected in order to establish everlasting peace on Earth, Zone 23 is a hilarious, heartbreaking affirmation of the ... more
  • Veiled (Veiled Book 1)

    by Stacey Rourke
    Political propaganda would have us believe vampires are our friends. Fanged teddy bears misunderstood thanks to archaic lore. Activists picket for them to be welcomed into our society. They claim vamps don't kill. They preach we are safe. They ... are dead wrong. One year ago a hive slaughtered my family and left me for dead. Found by a team of scientists with their own agenda, I was forged into an unstoppable weapon. I possess their strength, with none of their weaknesses. I ca... more
  • Starry Messenger (Opportvnvs Adest)

    by Ethan Howard

    The truth is aLIEn.

    A powerful and enigmatic stranger comes to Earth in 2018 with a mission and a message:

    "What you believe is false."                                                      ... more

  • When Halloween Was Green

    by Bernard K Finnigan
    Two actors/owners of a Haunted House attraction find themselves the targets of old-school Celtic monsters from Halloween's ancient Irish origins, even as they push back against a celebrity-obsessed modern culture intent on dumbing Halloween down. The two heroes are the only ones who can stand up to the Celtic horrors slowly killing everyone around them, they are the only ones who are not scared. Why? Because they are scary TOO.
  • Essence, Assault on the Mind

    by Mario Loomis
    What if your phone could read your mind? A new app, eTelepathy, seems to do just that by creating a wireless interface between your brain and your phone. The app’s creator, Dr. Karl Hoffman, uses this connection for widespread thought control with the intention of wielding power and influence on a worldwide scale. After the suspicious death of the doctor’s colleague, an investigating FBI team will face telepathic assaults, hallucinations, near-death experiences, and more in this paranormal thril... more
  • The Order of the Wolf

    by Freddie Silva
    The Order of the Wolf is set in the Seven Kingdoms, where the rulers are greedy and mercenary companies, known as the Free Orders, are paid to settle their disputes. As a member of The Order of the Wolf, Olaf never questioned his path until his mates were killed. What is a mercenary to do without his Order mates? The rulers of the Seven Kingdoms area about to find out. The only thing more deadly than a mercenary with a death-wish is a mercenary with a death-wish going through a mid-lif... more
  • Pangaea: The End of Days, Revelations

    by Bolivar Beato
    At the dawn of humankind came the end of all that stood before. This story is one such fairytale. Except it is not truly a fairytale. It is the story of Giants and Immortals, and of Earth’s greatest legend, Pangaea. The great continent and the ocean Panthalassa were more than just the earth and the sea—they were the future. They were more than the children that ran across their playgrounds, the farmers that plowed their fields, and the sailors that travelled their waters. More than the hopes a... more
  • The Jacobean Ring

    by Chris McLennan
    This is a fantasy, fiction crime novel set in Edinburgh= of the 1970s with an alternative Edinburgh populated by the Lore and Myths of Scotland. A body materializes out of a historical landmark on the High Street of Edinburgh. A figure is seen standing over this body and a young policeman, Cade Inver-Carron chases this figure. The thing disappears after touching an old well in the Grassmarket. Cade is introduced to a specialized department within the Edinburgh Police. This department is the gate... more
  • Watcher: Book I of The Chosen

    by Roh Morgon

    Predator. Killer. Monster.

    The words echo in Sunny Martin’s head each time she looks in the mirror. Since the night she was torn from her car and drained of her blood, only one fear rivals that of the hungry beast within her - the fear of exposure.

    Her lonely struggle to survive on the edge of the human world leads Sunny to the mountain peaks of Colorado where she meets Nicolas, the enigmatic leader of a hidden society.

    Their passion, tainted by betrayal, violence, and... more

  • So I Might Be a Vampire (Revised)

    by Rodney V Smith
    Nobody expects to get turned into a vampire, especially a guy like Bob. Everybody hopes that if they somehow get transformed into a vampire, they will instantly become some kind of superhero vampire out of the movies. Bad news guys: not gonna happen. More likely than not, you're gonna be one of the poor clueless bastards hanging out on Thursday nights with Bob in his vampire support group. You may think you know what being a vampire is supposed to be like, but Bob is here to set you stra... more
  • Europa

    by J.J. Co
    It's finally happening: the world is running out of oil. As major nations jockey and feud for the last carbon resources on the planet, one oil company sets its sights on the vast energy reserves of Europa, one of the largest of Jupiter's moons. Thought to have twice as much water as Earth, Europa offers humanity the best chance of finding microorganic life within the solar system—life that would prohibit harvesting the moon’s resources under international space laws. To confirm the presence o... more
  • The SEED of CRONUS: A Novel

    by Jack Hughes

    After a constitutional convention is hijacked by religious extremists, America becomes a radical theocracy. A cartoonist imprisoned for corrupting public morals awaits death by stoning. But before his execution, an intruder suddenly, inexplicably, appears in his cell. The mysterious visitor offers the prisoner a choice. He can passively wait to die or accept the Seed of Cronus; a tiny artifact "phased" into his brain that, in addition to other amazing abilities, will ... more

  • Panther Across the Stars

    by Lon Brett Coon
    A larger-than-life tale of one man’s courage, sacrifice, and unyielding defiance to fight for his peoples’ freedom against those that would take it, and in this great struggle he finds friendship with three alien beings fallen to Earth that stand with him. He is Panther Across the Sky and his world is fading. He takes all the hurt and pain a lifetime gives him and stares into his soul to face the greatest master he will ever know. Just a man among a dying people, he inspires his kin beyond al... more
  • Rosenhart Trial Book III

    by A. Roz Mar
    'Trial' is Book III of the Rosenhart Trilogy. In the dark age of the 13th Century ageless truths of world wisdom must be sought and vouchsafed for a time in the future when humankind will be ready to receive them. In this story, tragedies of the heart must be overcome so that out of the ashes the world may be perceived anew. From Ireland and France to Tulum and the forests of Thuringia we join in the dangers and deeds of the brotherhood of Knights of the Turtledove in pursuit of their quest.
  • Rosenhart Kindred Spirits

    by A. Roz Mar
    It is the 13th Century. In Book II, Kindred Spirits, the Knights of the Turtledove venture further in their Quest into the unknown. Rosenhart must lead the knights into battle and once again encounter the vengeful Colonel Guy de Villaret, the magistrate of Chartres, and his brutish soldier, Captain Saxum. They journey to Iberia, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, and the Latin Empire to do their work of furthering the legacy of humanity's destiny by protecting divine knowledge. Through the guidance of th... more