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  • BrADy

    by Clayton Dabbs
    Brady McAlexander is brilliant but also broken. He created BrADy to fix the flaws in human nature. But instead of curing humanity of all its ills, BrADy caused the apocalypse. Now Brady is stuck in an underwater laboratory with his sister-in-law Kate. They are hundreds of miles from land, anchored to the ocean floor with no engine and no escape. They will have to survive inside the WOMBs, an experimental stasis designed for deep space. Their minds will be engaged in a virtual simulat... more
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    by Ricardo L. Garcia
    The first unmanned probe orbiting Alpha Centauri A’s Mars twin--a solar sail craft with a lander carrying nanobots intended to build a modest rover and science station using local resources--is officially defunded and cancelled due to an alleged lack of public interest. Then the whole mission is quietly chucked over to the military, and the project goes on steroids. Instead of its humble original tasks, the nanobots in the lander, under new and way more powerful software, are directed to replica... more
  • Destiny Lost

    by M. D. Cooper
    Sera leads a simple life. A little smuggling, some drinking contests, and captaining her star freighter, Sabrina. But when she picks up a mysterious shipping container on Coburn Station, things begin to go wrong. She finds herself at odds with The Mark, a dangerous pirate organization that wants the cargo on her ship. Inside the container she not only finds a woman, but a secret thought lost millennia ago. The woman is Tanis Richards, and she knows the location of the Intrepid, a missing c... more
  • B071ZG43MN

    by Ian James
    The aliens don’t look like us. They don’t think like us. And they’ve come to slaughter us. Their ships travel faster than thought. Their bombs turn continents to ash. They are the monsters in our books and movies—but they are real. Their plan was to exterminate all but the best of mankind. The surviving men and women would join their empire—or face a fate more terrible than death. They took the first woman in New York City. The next in Africa. A man in Taiwan. One more in Sweden. No... more
  • New Praetorians 1: Sienna McKnight

    by R.K. Syrus
    Imagine The Avengers written by Tom Clancy, with an outstanding female lead. Perfect for fans of Ripley, Katniss, Diana Prince, and Sarah Connor. In the near future, soldier Sienna McKnight seeks revenge on her terrorist cousin; they both gain extraordinary powers and engage in an epic battle over the fate of humanity and a unique orphan girl. This first book is like Batman Begins or Wonder Woman, it starts Sienna’s story. sci-fi / fantasy suggested for 16+ (violence, mild profanity) A YEA... more
  • Horrors, Inc.

    by James R. Vernon

    Eddie Watson is an underachiever. He holds a degree in philosophy, but is perfectly content working as a janitor at the most advanced pharmaceutical and tech company in the world, Soladyne Corporation. Little does he know his job is about to take him on a strange journey into the bowels of the company’s secret laboratories from where man’s deepest fears have escaped to terrorize Eddie and his co-workers.

    The easy-going janitor is forced to face monsters, both savage and inte... more

  • Winter of 1813

    by John W Egan

    An Alternative History, Winter of 1813 is the first book of the Beyond 1812 series that follows James Butler as he tries to make his way in life, find love, cope with trauma, and deal with an estranged family. By saving one life, James changes the course of the war, the lives of millions, and the map of North America. Its sequel, Summer of 1813 will be published in 2019.

     

  • Down The Darkest Hole

    by dakota kirkpatrick
    Down the darkest hole is a series of two stories taking groups of friends into unspeakable horrors. In Haddix you will dive deep into the heart of an abandoned asylum. Those Below the Pines will show you that the cold is the least of your worries.
  • Haddix

    by dakota kirkpatrick
    Haddix book 1 takes you behind the eyes of Derek a man searching for his friend, dragged into the horrors of an abandoned asylum. Nightmares soon ensue him, taking him deeper into the underworld of torture, fear, and horrors so dark it will make you beg for death. This story will grab hold of you and never let you go.
  • In The City of Shadows

    by dakota kirkpatrick
    In the City of Shadows is a collection of short stories bound to raise every hair on the back of your neck. The stories within will take you up close with all your deepest fears. It will bring you face-to-face with a range of horrors from ghostly entities to psychopaths. Turn the page and dive deep into the darkness that awaits, if you dare.
  • 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

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