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  • In the Beginning

    by BCE
    The origins of Judeo-Christian religion and mythology come together in this mature science fiction page-turner. To combat overpopulation on the planet Orion, the government releases a birth control virus to keep women from becoming pregnant. Only the brightest and most attractive of their species are allowed to mate. But the virus rages out of control, killing both mother and child. Attempts to develop a cure fail. They only have one option left: search other worlds for advanced societies tha... more
  • Let There Be War: In the Beginning

    by Samantha Eklund
    As we rang in the New Year, terrifying things rose from the darkness... things driven to eat human flesh for a reason more ghastly than a mere disease. Now, my best friend Mel and I have to figure out our survival. Thankfully we’ve found a group to stick with. They’re training us to be soldiers, but they’re also guarding a dark secret. I’m starting to wonder... are our survival chances better with the monsters out on the streets, or the ones within this camp?
  • A Fistful of Honey

    by Malena Crawford
    Money. Love. Family. When it all falls away and she’s left with nothing, one woman must find the strength to fight her demons… so she can save the world. Alena Ford has a great job, a beautiful home, and a rich, powerful husband. When she loses it all she faces a nightmare worse than her horrible childhood. Fired from her job, she leaves her Manhattan penthouse for a decrepit apartment in a gritty section of Brooklyn. Stripped of everything, she is forced to face the demons of her past and th... more
  • Decay: Humanz 1.0 (Volume 1)

    by Igor Ljubuncic
    We know that we pose a threat to humanity. But so does every person with a common cold stepping into a metro on their way to work in the morning. We don't ask to be hailed as heroes, or the next evolutionary step in human life, because we sure aren't that. We just ask for the same fair treatment any patient gets, no matter what their disease might be. The humans call us zombies. We call ourselves humanz. Tacky, isn't it? And we demand equal rights. This is our story.
  • Living the Good Death

    by Scott Baron

    The story of an odd young woman who believes she is Death trapped in human form. After trying to shed her vexing human body in a botched suicide, the girl unexpectedly finds herself forced to navigate the complexities of life from a new, and rather inconvenient, locale -- Lock-down detention in a mental ward. As she struggles to relate to the strange residents of the psych hospital, the girl who thinks she is Death slowly warms to the joys the world has to offer ... more

  • Todd

    by Adam J Nicolai
    Without warning on a sunny June afternoon, all life on Earth vanishes. Reeling and alone in the aftermath, Alan and his son Todd scrounge through the ruins of civilization to survive. Finding food and water is easy. Electric power is harder. But Alan has his own search, one he tries to hide from his son: after a lifelong struggle with depression, his scarcest resource now is a reason to keep living. Through wildfires and tornadoes, as the deadly cold of a Minnesota winter draws closer, th... more
  • Blanky

    by Kealan Patrick Burke
    In the wake of his infant daughter's tragic death, Steve Brannigan is struggling to keep himself together. Estranged from his wife, who refuses to be inside the house where the unthinkable happened, and unable to work, he seeks solace in an endless parade of old sitcoms and a bottle of bourbon. Until one night he hears a sound from his daughter's old room, a room now stripped bare of anything that identified it as hers...except for her security blanket, affectionately known as Blanky. Blan... more
  • The Vexing Heirloom

    by TG Monahan
    An epic of Cuba meets the classic hero's journey in The Vexing Heirloom, an immersive adventure and fallen idealist’s quest for redemption. It is the Cuban War of Independence, 1896. The medallion around the woman’s throat is there for Hilaríon’s taking, but the soldier-turned-highwayman cannot bring himself to commit murder. He chases the mysterious woman, Ypriána, into the wilds. He’ll seize his plunder, then while away the rest of his life in some far-flung corner of the globe. But when sh... more
  • TOWN OF NO EXIT

    by Keith White
  • Raptor

    by Beatrice Bostick

    Frank Bishop was a vice cop for six years. Now he's a private investigator who's been hired to find a missing child. Bishop thought he had seen everything the underbelly of the city had to offer until a demon slayer named Ariel saves him from being killed by one of her targets. With the aid of a young, homeless hacker named Mouser, Ariel and Bishop agree to an uneasy alliance to find out who abducted six year old Suzee Elizabeth Morgan. Unfortunately, Suzee is not the only one who'... more

  • Raptor

    by b.a.bostick
    Frank Bishop was a vice cop for six years. Now he's a private investigator who's been hired to find a missing child. Bishop thought he had seen everything the underbelly of the city had to offer until a demon slayer named Ariel saves him from being killed by one of her targets. Bishop's world is turned upside down when Ariel is forced to reveal her unusual powers. With the aid of a young, homeless hacker named Mouser, Ariel and Bishop form an uneasy alliance to find the person who abducted ... more
  • Crossroads of Bones (A Katie Bishop Novel Book 1)

    by Luanne Bennett

    Katie Bishop would have taken her secret to the grave, but . . .
    a bunch of fat cat society folks smelled her out and made her an offer she couldn't refuse.

    Katie just wants to run her tattoo business quietly under the radar. But when a man walks into her shop and hands her a drawing of the same tattoo she's been dreaming about for weeks, things start to spin out of control. The last two people who tried to apply that tattoo are dead.

    Only half human,... more

  • Gravlander

    by Erik Wecks

    At nineteen, Josephine Lutnear is just months away from becoming the youngest fleet surgeon in history.

    And she's miserable.

    As a young girl, Jo escaped the moon Aetna's destruction after watching the Unity Corporation murder her family. Eight years later, the Unity started a war that left Jo running for her life. Alone aboard a hidden rebel fleet, she grew up, studying the only academic course open to her, medicine.

    At every step, the terms of Jo'... more

  • Water Viper

    by RJ Blain
    During Starfall, magic flooded the Earth and destroyed most technology while humans developed strange new powers. As the scion of a male-dominated clan, Jesse should have risen to become a hero. She chose to become a woman instead, ruining her hopes for the future. Years later, weary of life as an assassin, she retires to enjoy raising horses and delivering messages. When her plans fall apart, she has one final chance to set everything right. Should she fail to redeem herself, she'll lose eve... more
  • ADAM: The Divine Bloodline Trilogy

    by Ryder Lyne

    When the unearthing of the Ark of the Covenant results in the discovery of the bones of an angel, a government program seeks out descendants of the divine being. Scientists confirm the existence of Nephilim, descendants of the Divine Bloodline who exhibit unique supernatural abilities. These individuals soon find themselves at odds with society.

    Sisters Piper and Wren knew they were different, but after the discovery, the two have evidence to explain their maturing abilities. But the go... more

  • The Wordsmith

    by Alan Ayer
    Walt Erickson is a famous author whose books are read by millions of adoring fans, but he has never written a word of his own novels. The secret behind his novels is the stuff of nightmares.

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