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  • After The Fall: Children Of The Nephilim

    by Paul Freeman
    No one knew where they came from or why they chose that moment to crawl out from the shadows. In a devastating orgy of terror and violence blood-drinking monsters rose from the dark to gorge themselves on the blood of humans. Facing this threat, mankind turned on itself in a devastating wave of self-destruction. Twenty years after the Fall and what’s left of mankind is eking out an existence in a post-apocalyptic world. With much of the Earth now a nuclear wasteland, civilization has been kno... more
  • CyberWeird Stories

    by D.C. Lozar
    A collection of weird short stories that vivisect the concepts of transhumanism, steampunk, and cyberpunk in worlds that have evolved from our quest for immortality and innovation. From robots with contagious diseases to space explorers who stumble upon the birthplace of the Cthulhu, these stories twist preconceptions around the twin spindles of horror and science fiction to weave plots that will make you feel like you’ve just picked up a pulp fiction magazine from the 1920’s published in the 21... more
  • Hell to Pay

    by Lisa Emme

    Angharad 'Harry' Russo's life has been turned upside down, but with the Mariposa defeated it looks like Harry is finally getting a break. Things are returning to normal – or at least as normal as they can be for a half-vampire witch with the gift of necromancy. Of course things aren't always what they seem.

    There's a new club in town and a mystery man peddling promises too good to be true while normally mild-mannered citizens are turning homicidal. Even the gho... more

  • Deadlocked

    by Lisa Emme

    Angharad ‘Harry’ Russo has had a busy week. She’s fended off a swarm of pixies, battled blood-thirsty redcaps and put an end to a maniacal Fae prince hell-bent on eradicating the entire werewolf population. She’s also decided to open a coffee shop. Is it too much to ask for things to settle down so her life can go back to normal?

    Apparently it is. As if being metaphysically bound to Cian Nash, the most aggravating yet desirable man she’s ever met, isn&rsquo... more

  • Tooth and Claw

    by Lisa Emme

    Angharad ‘Harry’ Russo has had to adjust to some major changes in her life. Her computer is haunted, she accidentally acquired a vampire servant and she’s attracted to the most aggravating alpha male on the planet. Her friend betrayed her, a lunatic tried to sacrifice her to raise a god and she accidentally ‘outed’ herself to the Magister, the most powerful vampire in town. What else could go wrong? Oh yeah, she’s just discovered that her father is a vampir... more

  • Dead and Kicking

    by Lisa Emme

    Angharad ‘Harry’ Russo is an ordinary twenty-something, with one exception - she’s a witch with an out-of-the-ordinary gift. When her blind date goes sideways and she ends up face to face with a dead body, her life starts to go sideways too.

    Harry soon finds herself right in the middle of the mayhem, dealing with Cian Nash, a homicide detective that is as aggravating as he is sexy; the biggest, baddest vampire in town; and a parcel of pesky zombies that keep popping up... more

  • The Dust Of Exodus

    by Alex John Gilbey
    In the far future humanity has spread across the stars to colonise new worlds. Embracing fresh technology and new horizons, our species sets out toward a better tomorrow. For Mike Lemeth - seminary reject and practicing cynic - the future is a little less rosy. A career with the United Force For Humanity has left him with few illusions about humanity, and now he's trying to keep the peace in a dispute on an outlying planet. The issues are many, the background complex, the consequences po... more
  • Alone: Beth Ann's Story of Survival

    by C.M. Hollerman

    Twenty-two-year-old Beth Ann is content with her small-town life. That is, until the day America’s electric grid is destroyed by terrorists. What starts out as an inconvenience quickly becomes a catastrophe—not only do the lights stay off, but cars won’t run and phones are dead. The world screeches to a halt. Without communication and basic supplies like food and water, widespread confusion spirals into deadly chaos within days. 

    A wealthy opportuni... more

  • The Song of the Sirin

    by Nicholas Kotar
    An evil omen clouds the sky. A song of lore returns. Can one man’s quest save the world? Voran can’t help but believe the rumors. As blight ravages the countryside and darkness covers the sun, the young warrior of Vasyllia hears of an ancient spirit that devours souls. He feels powerless to fight the oncoming devastation until a mythical creature entrusts him with a long-forgotten song. Legend has it that such a song can heal the masses, overthrow kingdoms, and raise humans to divine beings… ... more
  • Semi-Human

    by Antoinette J. Houston
    The wild adventure of Mostly Human continues in Semi-Human as Honey realizes her changes are affecting her partner, too! Emotions run high as she gets closer to Bo causing a reaction in Sammus she never expected. Bo's growing affection for the little Human threatens his careful plans and drastic measures have to be taken.
  • Mostly Human

    by Antoinette J. Houston
    Honey Cantrell was a simple comic book geek when aliens or Celestials, introduced themselves to Earth. A captain was needed for the first Celestial to visit Earth, a massive sentient ship called L'loi and Honey was mistakenly chosen by one of the seven orbs sent out to find qualified leaders. After nearly killing her, Honey finds that her orb has been tampered with and not only will she be the first Human female captain of an alien ship, but she will become the first intergalactic guinea pig fo... more
  • Tarzan and the Cannibal King

    by Jake Saunders
    This is the second Tarzan novel written by Mr. Saunders and authorized by Edgar Rice Burroughs Inc. The author has penned an action packed story of the coming of age of Tarzan in a style much like the master himself.
  • Upon This Rock: Book 1 -- First Contact

    by David Marusek
    An epic new science fiction series about family, faith, and alien invasion in the wilds of Alaska. When a shooting star plunges through the atmosphere and touches down in the Alaska wilderness, only two earthlings are present to witness the event. But they perceive two utterly different realities. What park ranger Jace Kuliak sees is a UFO and the arrival of a dangerous alien species from beyond the solar system. What Poppy Prophecy sees is the star called Wormwood, as recorded in Scripture, ... more
  • The Forsaken Crown

    by Christina Ochs
    A disgraced mercenary comes to the aid of a young prince about to be overthrown. A fast-paced military fantasy, this is a full-length, stand-alone prequel to the Desolate Empire Series.
  • Two Polluted Black-Heart Romances

    by Kevin James Breaux
    Welcome to Los Angeles—but not the LA you know. Here, humans coexist with vampires, mummies, fairies, and other nonhuman entities. Everyone’s just trying to get by for the most part—but some are having more difficulty than others. A vampire named Cade, a fairy named Sabrina, and a mummy named Moselle are on the lam after exposing the existence of the Otherworldly Assembly, a shadowy organization of paranormal beings. The assembly has sent terrifying assassins called wraiths to exact revenge. ... more
  • Magpie's Song

    by Allison Pang

    In the slums of BrightStone, Moon Children are worth less than the scrap they must collect to survive. It doesn’t matter that these abandoned half-breeds are part-Meridian with their ancestors hailing from the technologically advanced city that floats above the once-thriving, now plague-ridden BrightStone. Instead they are rejected by both their ancestral societies and forced to live on the outskirts of civilization, joining clans simply to stay alive. Not to mention their role as Tithe... more

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