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  • Forest of the Dark

    by Palvi Sharma
    While on a road trip, five friends get in an accident only to wake up in a strange forest separated from each other. When they each encounter the creatures that inhabit the forest, they realize they must face their fears in order to find each other and survive the terrors. The only problem is, they are running out of time…
  • Little One

    by Timothy G. Huguenin

    I would have been a beautiful woman by now. But when a body turns to dust before its time—when the mold is broken early—the spirit, like a casting, takes the mold’s last form. Though my awareness has grown, I retain the likeness by which I was last known: a girl of six years.

    My soul has not passed over because I have not yet let it. I have grown and have learned to become patient. I am patiently awaiting my passing over, but I must have one thing before I... more

  • Devils Glen

    by Matthew Speak
  • The Box Of Souls (Family Relics Book 1)

    by Tanya Miranda

    18-year-old Jasmyn secretly resents her family's preference for her 8-year-old sister Katarina. Her jealousy grows when her grandmother, a dying witch, overlooks Jasmyn and chooses Katarina to inherit her magic powers. Although being second-place to her sister is something Jasmyn has grown accustomed to, this rejection wounds her like no other. 

    Little does Jasmyn know, she too has inherited some of her grandmother's powers. Resentment and envy are a dangerous pair, bu... more

  • Zeeka Chronicles

    by Brenda Mohammed

    Looking to read a mind-blowing, bold, and original 'other world' book to capture your imagination?
    Award winner in the Category Young Adult Thriller in Readers Favorite International Awards 2018, winner in Science Fiction in SIBA Awards 2017, recipient of a five-star review and five-star seal from Readers Favorite, winner of the gold award in the category science fiction in Emagazine Readers' Choice Awards 2018, and winner in the top ten finalists for science fiction in the A... more

  • Rim War: Subversion

    by Kadin Seton
    On the outer rim of the galaxy, in a century old battle, a heinous adversary is carrying out a religious calling to exterminate all other sentient species ... At 105 years of age, Millie Helgren knows her days are numbered when she enters a government-operated nursing home. Only instead of withering away from old age, Millie becomes entangled in a conspiracy to covertly supply Earth’s senior citizens to an imperial military in a distant part of the galaxy. At first it’s a mystery why would a gro... more
  • #hashtagged

    by Kimberly Hix Trant
    Every Facebook post and every tweet is indexed and stored. Every video, Instagram, and hashtag creates a digital footprint filed away for future use. We created technology without boundaries, never considering who, or what, would find a use for these moments that define our humanity. Maddy Smith’s father has died, leaving her with a mystery box—a puzzle of sorts—that she must solve. To uncover the message her father has left behind, she sets out across the United States to locate her father’s... more
  • Agents Of The Undertow

    by Jack McDaniel
    Seven years after the end of Pan21’s reign, survivors like Helen Small - with their ashen skin and hair and eyes - are singled out, persecuted and vilified as living reminders of all the havoc and pain the virus had inflicted. In the Republic of Texas a power-hungry politician has seized control, preying on people’s fears that the virus has returned and the role that survivors play in that return. Helen is trying to make sense of it all, to uncover the truth, but truth may be as irrelevant as it... more
  • The Perihelion

    by D.M. Wozniak
    It is Thursday, January 3, 2069: the eve of the perihelion. Night is upon Bluecore 1C (what used to be known as the city of Chicago before the riots). Snow is falling, plans are being made, and within hours everyone in 1C will be changed forever. Narrated from the vantage point of six residents of 1C, The Perihelion is a novel set against the dystopian backdrop of near-future events. As the modern trappings of their Bluecore fall apart, each must strike his or her own separate path towards sa... more
  • Halcyon Dreamworlds

    by Lee Baldwin

     

    enslaved by the future of desire

    Amid gritty realities of 2029 Amerika, conflict between ultra-rich elites and the rest of us reaches blinding rage. It is most intense within the hidden avatar universe, Halcyon Dreamworlds.

       Welcome to a permissive online rave with the morals of a beer commercial… where your avatar can mosh with millions of your fellow addicts in secret lives of uncaring lust. But when an elite mastermind ... more

  • Next History

    by Lee Baldwin

     

    The Girl Who Hacked Tomorrow

    Tharcia Harrison at 19 is exploring the occult to contact her deceased mother. An arcane spell goes drastically wrong when she summons a supernatural entity from the beginning of time. This is Lian, the first-created sentient being, who appears in the U.S. Pentagon as a towering demon with wings and claws. Lian is pleasantly surprised to find himself on Earth, where his female counterpart is imprisoned. She is Lylit, ar... more

  • SAVAGE GENESIS BOOK ONE

    by Lee Baldwin

     

    UFO Pulp Fiction for the Modern Mind

    Archaeologist Anna Lewis has studied first contact in depth. Chiefly she wondered why we haven’t found aliens in radio signals from the stars. She has a theory that if the human race is a latecomer to intelligent civilization in our galaxy, then intelligent species might have visited Earth wayyy before humans developed.

       Okay. Then what were those little green men doing? Her biologist friend Sally... more

  • Specter

    by Zafirah
    The past and love are both quite amusing. Both can be looked back at, bringing bittersweet memories with it. Or they can haunt you, controlling your future in the worse of ways. Both can come back and bring with them joy and satisfaction. Or they can bring tears and terror with its return. See, the past and love are both very amusing until you have to face them once more. Would a distrustful girl with a shattered past be able to handle it? Would a man as shattered as the girl be able to accept h... more
  • Gift of Chance

    by Carol Louise Wilde
    Gift of Chance begins the saga of Nagaro – "Nameless Man". Not quite eighteen at the beginning of the story, he awakens in the home of a family of fisher-folk after having his memories mysteriously taken. As he seeks to rediscover his world and find a place in it, he soon realizes that something bad was done to him - something it might be better not to remember. And by the time he does remember, he has other problems: He has been captured by sea raiders and chained to the oar of a war galley. No... more
  • Alexandria

    by Gregory Ness

    It's 2025 and 48BCE

    In Memphis, at the height of the ancient Roman Empire, a long-lost temple is discovered in an underground vault. Behind the door with arcane markings, Marcus Agrippa and his Egyptian priestess lover discover strange maps, deadly snakes, rooms filled with tablets and a ritual which will change them forever.

    Fast forward to the near future and scientist Roy Swenson begins conducting dream viewing experiments in Prague, in the hope that he wil... more

  • Pray Lied Eve 2: Further Tales of the Untoward

    by Lydia Peever
    Horror, weird tales, quiet stories of the supernatural... call them what you will, these six stories serve as a following to the first three dark offerings of Pray Lied Eve. This second installment is longer and delves more deeply into realms perhaps best left undisturbed. Sadness, thoughts of revenge, scenes of torture; many people find themselves exploring these things alone so Pray Lied Eve will offer to be your guide.  Have your mirror image ruined, and all sense of safety in your home wi... more

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