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  • Dark Divide

    by Carrie Vaughn
    In brand-new stories spun off from the New York Times Bestselling Kitty Norville series, dark mysteries push the bounds of sanity. Cormac Bennett, ex-con and former bounty hunter, is a paranormal investigator with an edge: his partner is the disembodied spirit of a Victorian wizard, Amelia Parker. Together, they solve problems no one else can. They're asked to investigate a mysterious death in the Sierra Nevadas: a man died of hunger —in a cabin that was fully stocked with provisions. The kic... more
  • Under a Dark Sky

    by Johan M Dahlgren
    On the rebel planet Elysium, a man is executed on live video streamed by religious extremists. Nothing terribly original so far for Elysium. Only this time, the man doesn't die. When security expert Asher Perez is sent to find him, dark secrets about the rebel colony are exposed. Something is stirring in the shadows. Something that has been watching humanity since the dawn of history.
  • The Seven Kinds

    by Dilip Maity
    Whoever said the human mind is the scariest thing of all, was right. Debut author Dilip Maity presents you seven spine-chilling psychological horror stories. A terrifying journey through which you will get to know, how far a human mind can go to show its wickedness. THE OTHER ONE "A woman finds her Doppelganger lurking in a dark room of an abandoned building beside her house..." FIVE HUNDRED MORNINGS "How a girl solves the mystery behind her mom's death, over a morning tea..." ... more
  • Fantastic Trains: An Anthology of Phantasmagorical Engines and Rail Riders

    by Neil Enock
    Fantastic Trains is a collection of stories-on-a-train that will transport you to tantalizing worlds that you simply cannot imagine. They span the genres of literary fiction, steampunk, space opera, futurism, tragedy, magical realism, slipstream, horror, comedy, urban fantasy and more. Guaranteed to delight with such surprising humor and stinging tragedy, you will be compelled to read them all in one sitting.
  • Garden of Fiends: Tales of Addiction Horror

    by Mark Matthews
    "Garden of Fiends is scary in the realest of ways. What fertile ground for horror. Every story comes from a dark, personal place." -JOSH MALERMAN, New York Times best-selling author of BIRD BOX The intoxication from a pint of vodka, the electric buzz from snorting cocaine, the warm embrace from shooting heroin--drinking and drugging provides the height of human experience. It's the promise of heaven on earth, but the hell that follows is a constant hunger, a cold emptiness. The craving to... more
  • Nightmare Pie

    by Edgerton R. Nicholson
    "Nightmare Pie" is an anthology of eleven short stories and offers a glimpse into the netherworld and the frailty of the human mind. Served on a cold plate of the surreal and macabre, it is a must read, especially in the middle of the night....
  • I Am Kimberly Cole: A Journey into Terror

    by Rale Miller

    A young woman dies, a homeless woman with a young child takes her identity. Madison Edwards along with her seven-year-old daughter has stepped into a living hell where there is no escaping...

     

  • The City Below the Cloud

    by T S Galindo
    Few things endure like fear and fungus. In a city forever shrouded in darkness, Kalan braves the heights of the lichen covered buildings to scrub the invading fungi from the walls. What will be discovered when the secrets of The City Below the Cloud come for them? A dystopian cyberpunk novella that will leave you questioning everything you thought you knew.
  • Women of Kern: Book Two

    by Maris McKay
    A magician whose way of life is disappearing. A hostage with a dangerous secret. A warrior who doesn’t want to be queen. A healer with a talent for politics. A mother willing to kill as many humans as needed to protect her nest. A blind spymaster who can't stop a war without destroying her family. A replacement bride who falls for the wrong prince. An only child who inherits her father’s feuds as well as his tribe. These are the women of Kern — the sort of women who in ou... more
  • The Pyramid Game (Pixel Dust Book 2)

    by David Petrie
    Overpowered villains. Higher stakes. A pyramid of lies. A year has passed since the events that nearly brought the game, Carpe Noctem, crashing down. Now, just as things are beginning to get back to normal, a new threat emerges. When an unkillable player attempts to take over the virtual world, Max and Kira are called in to take him down. To win, the party will have to form their own house, infiltrate a tropical palace, pull off an elaborate heist, and maybe do a little dancing. With en... more
  • Party Hard (Pixel Dust Book 1)

    by David Petrie
    A game developer gone rogue. Six adventures. One epic quest. Before the online game Carpe Noctem hit the market, the average person wasted a third of their life sleeping. Now, instead of lying in bed dreaming about showing up late to class in their underwear, players step into a breathtaking world of fantasy and adventure. For most users, this is a dream come true. For players like MaxDamage24 and his sidekick Kirabell, it is about to become something else. After being fired, one of Noctem... more
  • Horror on 22nd Street

    by Swiyyah Woodard
    She cradles her infant with guardian arms as her stone-cold bare feet chase her lover down 22nd street pass the Manhattan Casino. He runs because he does not want the obligation of raising a child. Her copper hair is sliced short from depression. Her slinky ox-blood dress falls beneath her feet causing her to stumble a few times. Her child bellows petrified by the screech of the near by train. She faces death. Fifty years have passed and a small town remains cursed by the tragic death of a yo... more
  • The Gargouille

    by Xander Bailey
    Santo Patrocelli is a member of a secret organization of warrior priests that have been fighting an order of shape-shifting nuns known as The Gargouille since the seventh century. Believing this conflict was over, he lives in seclusion in The Philippines. When The Gargouille reemerge, he is drawn into the battle once again. This time, however, he questions the righteousness of his mission as he falls in love with one of his sworn enemies.
  • Blood & Ash

    by Deborah Wilde
    Cold-blooded kidnappers. Long-lost magic. When things get serious, she goes full Sherlock. Ashira Cohen takes pride in being the only female P.I. in Vancouver. Her missing persons case should be a piece of cake. She wasn’t counting on getting bashed in the skull, revealing a hidden tattoo and supernatural abilities she shouldn’t possess. Or the bitter icing on top: a spree of abductions and terrifying creatures on a deadly bender. Reluctantly partnered with her long-time nemesis Le... more
  • Renegade WASP

    by Jeff Gordon
    Jeff Gordon graduated from Trinity College, CT (BA, English) and The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (MA, English). During his career he was a high school English teacher, Director of Education and Community Services for the Hartford Stage Company, and a communications and corporate relations officer for two Fortune 100 companies. Renegade WASP is his first work of fiction and represents a career "road not taken". He and his wife live in southern Delaware.
  • The Old Man And The Little Leaf - a fantasy fiction novel:

    by Tara Smith
    You like Harry Potter? Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Jorge Luis Borges, Alejo Carpentier and magical fantasy fiction or sci-fi? You like Ray Bradbury and Aimee Bender? Salman Rushdie and Arundhati Roy? Well then, you will love this book! Written by Tara Smith, this is her first indie novel. Below is the synopsis of the story. You can also read the first chapter for free here - https://medium.com/@tarasmith.author/the-old-man-and-the-little-leaf-a-new-fantasy-magical-realism-book-coming-soon-chapter-... more

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