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  • A Silver Cross and a Winchester

    by Peter Nealen
    Jed Horn is a former Marine and a drifter. He also hunts monsters, demons, and sorcerers for a living. When he gets word that a Shadowman, an old, wicked medicine man gone a good ways toward being a devil incarnate, is headed toward the troubled town of Silverton, Jed goes in to set things right. What he finds is a web of missing people, sorcery, ancient evil, and a few unlooked-for allies. Jed’s been hunting the things that go bump in the night for a long time. He’s seen horror. But what he fac... more
  • Time Slip: A Stone Age Short

    by ML Banner
    A scientist invests a time slip, a way to travel through time. When he finds out his wife is dying of a rare cancer and the cure is five years away, he decides to slip forward in time and bring the cure back to the present. Only, this is a one-way trip and he arrives right after an apocalypse has brought the world back to a new Stone Age.
  • Zen and the Art of Cannibalism: A Zomedy

    by Daniel Younger
    When a harebrained scheme to swipe forty pounds of pot from Russian mobsters goes awry, the Wizard thinks he's got problems. But when a giant evil talking dog shows up and starts raising the dead, things get a little more complicated. As the end grows nigh, it's up to Wiz and his ragtag cohorts (along with a binge-drinking voodoo god) to fend off the hungry horde. Will they make it? Or will everything go up in smoke? A hilarious, gut-busting, skull-crunching homage to B-movies everywhere. Fu... more
  • Delirious: A Collection of Stories

    by Daniel Younger
    EMBARK ON A CRAZED ADVENTURE... A struggling screenwriter’s life is turned upside-down by a sexy mysterious stranger next door. An apocalyptic breakfast meeting of the forces of evil goes sideways when their newest member has a change of heart. A magic jar of peanut butter unleashes mayhem on a bored grocery store clerk. A woman gets a surprise from Saint Nick on Christmas Eve that ends in a bodybag (guess who). Two demons grapple with suburban decadence while their dinner struggles to escape. P... more
  • Paddy's Mile-high Malt

    by Dirk Puis
    Vaalbara sits at the edge of the world, at the end of humanity. Neil is the only person alive who remembers a time when humans roamed the earth. He's the only one left to tell their story.
  • The Queen of Lies

    by Michael J. Bode
    The cataclysmic Long Night has ended, with humanity slowly recovering from the madness-inducing rule of Nightmares. Out of the ruin of the old empires rise two new powers—the Protectorate of Free Cities and the Dominance of Thrycea, ruled by a dynasty of hereditary weather mages known as Storm Lords. Between the two lies a buffer zone of provincial kingdoms, where the powerful nations fight out their differences. And in the shadows, defeated but not destroyed, the Nightmares lurk. In Riv... more
  • Eddystone Light

    by Amelia Smith
    My father was the keeper of the Eddystone Light Slept with a mermaid one fine night. From this union there came three: A porpoise, a porgie and the other was me. Jack studies accountancy, lives with his maiden aunt in an upright Victorian household, and smells like a fish. The fishy smell drives girls away faster than they can be introduced. When Jack visits his lighthouse-keeper father on the Eddystone rocks, he meets his mother for the first time since he was a baby. She's a mermaid. ... more
  • Priestess of the Dragons' Temple (Anamat Book 2)

    by Amelia Smith
    Priestess of the Dragons' Temple Once, Iola flew with a dragon. If she can become ambassadress to the dragons' realm, she might fly again, but first she must navigate life as an ordinary priestess. The temple is not the perfect sanctuary she'd hoped for. Some of her fellow priestesses dragon-blind and corrupt. Worse, they see Iola's devotions as evidence of greed. The ambassadress returns, too sick to fly again. Iola is chosen nurse her, and to have a chance at taking her place. Iola's mai... more
  • Scrapplings Children of the Dragons (Anamat Book 1)

    by Amelia Smith
    Darna shouldn't have been born – priestesses aren't supposed to have babies – and she most certainly shouldn't see dragons. After all, no one else does, except in Anamat, or so the minstrels say. She sets out for the city of Anamat. Along the way, she meets Myril, an older girl with frequent premonitions and an eerie sense of hearing. Then there's Iola, who is so dragon-struck that she actually wants to be a priestess. She's blind to the corruption in the temples. Thorat is Iola's ch... more
  • Kyrathaba Rising: Kyrathaba Chronicles, Book 1

    by Christine Padovan
    170 years from now, aliens decimate Earth. A relative handful of humans survive, hidden in deep subterranean enclaves that offer some protection from surface radiation. Although the main attack is now seven years in the past, one alien ship remains in orbit, and the conquerors are not content merely to let humanity lick its wounds...
  • Eye of the Draco: Darkfall (Volume 1)

    by Kadin Seton

    It’s hard to wrap your mind around losing just about everyone you know and love within the span of a few short hours. Afterwards, Allie Spencer felt like a fraction of her former self with nothing left but a tangle of terrible emotions to deal with... They came from an unknown location within the distant constellation Draco. The extraterrestrial soldiers had been sent to the third planet with orders to eradicate the indigenous population while leaving its valuable infrastructu... more

  • Ashes and Spirits (Dragon's Call Book Three)

    by A.D. Trosper
    “The incomplete weave breeds the darkness…” Presented with impossible odds, the Guardians struggle to hold against the Shadow Riders. While enemies from within are discovered and allegiances are formed, the losses mount. As the war escalates, one Guardian may have to make the ultimate sacrifice to save all.
  • Tears of War (Dragon's Call Book Two)

    by A.D.Trosper
    “Old things come again and new things surface.” Faced with a looming war, the riders have no choice but to leave the safety of Galdrilene and reach out to the nations for help. But the Shadow Riders are doing the same and not all nations are opposed to their rule. New discoveries are made, old wounds are reopened and betrayal hides among welcoming smiles. As one nation begins to unravel it’s clear that some choices, even those made with the best of intentions, can have devastating co... more
  • Embers at Galdrilene (Dragon's Call Book One)

    by A.D. Trosper
    “A ray of light, a stain of shadow, shall endure to breathe life and death into the future” The war between the Guardians and the Shadow Riders ended in total devastation. The final battle killed all the dragons and left nothing but fields of ash. A small clutch of dragon eggs was all that remained to provide hope for the future. Five hundred years later, the ability to use magic is a death sentence and dragons are remembered as a curse. But the unhatched dragons sing for their riders...a... more
  • Hollow's Charge

    by Arielle LeClair
    Magic has been lost to those inhabiting the Three Lands for hundreds of years. Now, a forgotten place called the Hollow is found within the realm of Ciyula, and it is in need of a successor. The Hollow has chosen Rosaleen Forlain to become its new Keeper. There is just one catch. She must usurp the tyrannical Queen Asta in favor of crowning a mysterious young woman possessing an ancient bloodline long thought lost to the world. In addition to her burdens, Rosaleen must find this woman before... more
  • From Timna to Mars: Searching for Rare Earth Metals

    by Avraham Anouchi

    “From TIMNA to MARS” is a novel of archaeology and science fiction for non scientists and inquisitive readers. The techno-industrial revolution is endangered by fast consumption of rare earth metals without which many products taken for granted could not be manufactured. The disappearance of hybrid cars, jet engines, oil refineries, cancer fighting medications and smartphones would take earth back to the eighteenth century.

    Scientists are stunned by the discovery of rare ear... more

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