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  • Rented Souls

    by Eirik Moe Dahll-Larssøn
    My name is Dwarf. These are my notes. Well, I stole some of them. Most of them are mine, though. Anyway. The world is messed up. Like, really messed up. There's crazy demonic pimps around every corner, little brown mud-men trying to get at our mirrors, and something big and bad hanging out behind all of it, just biding its time. And I just figured, you know, someone ought to tell you about these things. Someone who's not afraid of the repercussions. Like, say, someone immortal. Like me. I don't ... more
  • Scars on the Face of God: The Devil's Bible

    by Chris Bauer
    Hex signs protect the town's barns and outbuildings. A local tannery spews poison on land and in the river. And babies disappear at birth. Wump Hozer, an orphan and one-time felon who earned his nickname from the sound a crowbar makes when it hits a man’s head, is the custodian of Our Lady of the Innocents parish in Three Bridges, PA. Wump fought all his life against the tannery’s waste, against God, and against the blind eyes of his good neighbors. Childhood memories and strange presentments pl... more
  • Binary

    by Jay Caselberg
    Set in a distant binary star system, warring families struggle for supremacy. Against a backdrop of cataclysmic conditions, an alien race and a society forced to come to terms with the cyclical changes of their colony world, politics and intrigue thrive. From the author of Wyrmhole, Metal Sky, The Star Tablet and Wall of Mirrors, Caselberg gives us a new interpretation of a classic tale
  • Division of the Marked

    by March McCarron
    For all of written history, on the day of Da Un Marcu, fifty boys and girls across the three kingdoms are marked. They become a class apart from society. Taken to join their brothers and sisters, the Chisanta, they enter a culture of knowledge-keepers, martial artists, and possessors of strange and wonderful abilities. When Yarrow discovers himself marked, he is lost and lonely; until he meets Bray, a spirited and curious girl with whom he feels uncommonly connected. As the two of them become... more
  • The Kili Wanna Affair

    by Scott A. Combs
    Sali Terri & George Shooters—two rookie officers from the Galactic Guild—find themselves in way over their heads with political intrigue, working to ratify a treaty with the cantankerous locals of a small planet called Kili Wanna. Every time an agreement is about to be reached with the current emperor, someone kills him off, nullifying the planet's induction into the Galactic Guild. The madness ramps up when outside influences take the matter into their own hands and flood the Podunk planet with... more
  • The Cracked Amulet

    by RB Watkinson
    Welcome to Dumnon, a dark and compelling world of failing states, religions, magik, and spirits. A tale full of nuanced, quirky characters that seems too real to be described as fantasy. A new Priest-king rules in Mureck, and the priests of the oppressive god Murak rise again to bring war to the lands of Dumnon. They also search for those with Wealdan in their blood, for it gives them power. Power to twist, alter and control other beings – human and beast – and ultimately to gain yet more power... more
  • Strangehold (Crossroads of Worlds Book 1)

    by Rene Sears
    Morgan Tenpenny has retreated from her painful, magical past, choosing to live quietly as a guardian of one of the gates between worlds. But her sister Gwen is married to a lord of the High Court of Faerie—and when Gwen asks her to protect her nieces, it's time for Morgan to emerge from her seclusion. The gates to Faerie have inexplicably closed, and no one knows why, not even Falcon, the fae Morgan finds trapped on her side of the gate. As a devastating illness that only affects magic users st... more
  • fatemarked

    by David Estes
    In the spirit of fantasy epics like George R.R. Martin’s A Game of Thrones and Brandon Sanderson’s The Way of Kings, The Fatemarked Epic promises immaculate world building, an ancient prophecy, a mysterious source of magic, a diverse cast of characters, war, political intrigue, and romance. The Hundred Years War has ravaged more than three generations of kings, queens, and citizens across the Four Kingdoms. Corrupt rulers dominate. Religious intolerance runs rampant. The cycle of vengeance c... more
  • SILVER SHORES (ARIZONA, 1867)

    by joe vitulli
    Twice told tales of the ancient Demon, Mister Starling the Dream Destroyer. Red Eyes, renegade half breed, blazes a trail of murder and rape across Arizona. His latest a brazen train robbery, which sent hundreds to the deaths among the twisted wreckage at the bottom of a deep gorge. Enter Dirk Zagg, and five associates who must travel to the deep canyon country, following Red Eyes to his secret stash high above the canyon floor. Three are killed, one sliced to bits, as the final confrontatio... more
  • Resist Them

    by Scott King
    A near future where the government broadcasts directly into your mind! The Affirmation occurs twice a day, at 8:01 exactly. No matter what you are doing or where you are, it plays directly in your head. Day in and day out. It repeats… Resist them. Trust The Word. The Word will not lie. It is loyal to you. It wants you great. It wants you safe from The Opposition. The Opposition wants to take. They want your freedom. They want your thoughts. They want you. The Opposition will come. When it ... more
  • Dragon (Tales of Graeffenland Book 1)

    by Tamara Wilding
    A dark fable, that begins with Adan and Garim, two apprentice Mages, on the old isle of Graeffenland. A strange land of hidden dangers, and unseen menaces. A land of magick, that ordinary people do not see, a land of creatures, invisible, and ignored. Leaving their studies, that seem to primarily be concerned with farming, and the copying of tomes, the two young men strike out to see what fortunes await them in the wider world.
  • Sex with Robots: A Dystopian Comedy

    by Brennon Noss
    Nine years after the robots have taken over the world a man working at a murder drone factory meets the woman of his dreams (who may be a robot) and becomes friends with a resistance group whose frequent suicide attacks go almost completely unnoticed by the machines.
  • The Bear Who Wouldn't Leave

    by J.H. Moncrieff
    Sometimes evil looks like a fuzzy teddy bear.... Still grieving the untimely death of his dad, ten-year-old Josh Leary is reluctant to accept a well-worn stuffed teddy bear from his new stepfather. He soon learns he was right to be wary. Edgar is no ordinary toy, and he doesn’t like being rejected. When Josh banishes him to the closet, terrible things begin to happen.Desperate to be rid of the bear, Josh engages the help of a friend. As the boys’ efforts rebound on them with horrifying re... more
  • Slouch Witch (The Lazy Girl's Guide To Magic Book 1)

    by Helen Harper

    Hard Work Will Pay Off Later. Laziness Pays Off Now.

    Let's get one thing straight - Ivy Wilde is not a heroine. In fact, she's probably the last witch in the world who you'd call if you needed a magical helping hand. If it were down to Ivy, she'd spend all day every day on her sofa where she could watch TV, munch junk food and talk to her feline familiar to her heart's content.

    However, when a bureaucratic disaster ends up with Ivy as the victim of a case of mi... more

  • Synthesis on Sexterra

    by J.P. RECHER
    When Rye Fresnel leads a Seize, Implant, and Release team into hostile territory to tag some locals for remote study, the group is attacked, and the only son of the head of the Mure Council of Seven is killed in the ambush. But Procina Vozdayanya is determined that her son's sacrifice for colony expansion will not be in vain, and she now has an excuse to proceed with testing and release of the docilification virus, specially engineered to turn the Ami natives of planet Sexterra-73 into easily co... more

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