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  • Days of Rain

    by Ray Wallace
    Something has awakened in the waters near Hidden Bay. Ancient and unknowable, it has been gathering its strength in the aftermath of an eons-old conflict, waiting for the right moment to reveal itself. Now, with the wait finally nearing an end, it has decided that a test of its returning power is in order. When a storm rolls in and settles over Hidden Bay, the townspeople are forced to confront their deepest fears and darkest nightmares. Before long, many begin to realize this is no ordinary... more
  • Even Mountains Die

    by Scott Bishop
    When a young man pays a visit to his older, wiser mentor to learn where mankind and the world are headed, the young man gets more, far more, than he bargains for, and readers, a wild ride through an ordinary world full of magic and adventure. One part magical realism, another part fantasy, Even Mountains Die takes a hard and personal look at how man's greed is exacting a devastating price on his environment in a fresh and interesting way. Sure to please the most hard core fantasy reader, E... more
  • Survyve: Daylight's Doom

    by Lachesha W.B.
    In a world of destruction and chaos caused by the taken—those who have been possessed by evil—young and gifted Nathan Wallace finds unexpected hope when he meets Miranda, a striking and uniquely gifted woman. They bring together a group of gifted and non-gifted alike, calling themselves Moligon warriors and fighting to restore the peace. Nathan comes to terms with being a Deglon—a very rare creature—as he learns about his origins, grapples with time travel and memory loss, and navigates a realit... more
  • Storms of Lazarus

    by Karen Kincy

    Sometimes escape is impossible. Sometimes love isn’t enough.

    1913. Christmas Eve. Ardis hardly expects a quiet holiday with Wendel, between fleeing Constantinople and hiding from an ancient society of assassins. And they owe a debt to a certain archmage.

    In Königsberg, Prussia, they work with Konstantin on the next evolution of Project Lazarus. Wendel once called Königsberg home, the city now besieged by the Russians and their clockwork en... more

  • Prophet of the Badlands (The Awakened Book 1)

    by Matthew Cox
    For most twelve year olds, being kidnapped is terrifying. For Althea, it’s just Tuesday. Her power to heal the wounded and cleanse the sick makes her a hunted commodity in the Badlands, a place devoid of technology where the strong write the law in blood. For as long as she can remember, they always come, they always take her, and she lets them. Passed around in an endless series of abductions, she obeys without question―mending those who killed to own her. After three whole months in the ... more
  • 1620075199

    by Ann M. Noser
    College sophomore Emma Roberts remembers her mother’s sage advice: “don’t sleep around, don’t burp in public, and don’t tell anyone you see ghosts”. But when charming Mike Carlson drowns in the campus river under her watch, Emma’s sheltered life shatters. Blamed for Mike’s death and haunted by nightmares, Emma turns to witchcraft and a mysterious Book of Shadows to bring him back. Under a Blood Moon, she lights candles, draws a pentacle on the campus bridge, and casts a spell. The invok... more
  • The Other Lamb

    by Katie Young
    Incarcerated on Earth as punishment for breeding with humans, the Watchers found a way to escape. Zach is living proof of that…even though someone has cut out his heart. When Zach turns eighteen he develops an insatiable thirst for blood, but he tries to bury his fears and go on enjoying his birthday. His best friend Kim has scored them tickets to the hottest gig in town. But a charged encounter with his idol, the enigmatic rock star known as Grigory, leads to a revelation that shatters every... more
  • Yea Though I Walk

    by J.P. Sloan
    "Never leave a devil without puttin' it in the dirt." \t~ First Law of the Godpistols. Gunning down the heathen monsters of the untamed West is the calling of the Godpistols, and may be Linthicum Odell's only path to redemption. A Union Army deserter, Odell figures he has plenty of sin to atone for. As he has yet to earn the Godpistols' trust, they send Odell on a thankless errand to Gold Vein, a mining town with two afflictions: a corrupt local justice named Lars Richterman, and a horde of c... more
  • The Krakow Klub (Mylean Universe Chronicles Book 2)

    by Philip C. Elrod

    The story of one man’s attempt to live a normal life, even though he is not normal.

    The United States government is under siege. A secretive cabal of super rich elitists, The Krakow Klub, has initiated the final phase of its long range plan to take over the USA from within. They have achieved control of the Presidency and the military. Their puppet in the White House has declared martial law. The Congress, The Supreme Court and many other political leaders not un... more

  • The Curse Servant

    by J.P. Sloan
    The one person standing between Hell and an innocent girl is a man without a soul. A regular life isn't in the cards for Dorian Lake, but with his charm-crafting business invigorated, and the prospect of a serious relationship within his grasp, life is closer to normal than Dorian could ever expect. In the heat of the Baltimore mayoral campaign, Dorian has managed to balance his arrangements with Deputy Mayor Julian Bright with his search to find his lost soul. Dorian soon learns of a Netherwork... more
  • The Curse Merchant

    by J.P. Sloan
    Dorian Lake spent years cornering the Baltimore hex-crafting market, using his skills at the hermetic arts to exact karmic justice for those whom the system has failed. He keeps his magic clean and free of soul-corrupting Netherwork, thus avoiding both the karmic blow-back of his practice and the notice of the Presidium, a powerful cabal of practitioners that polices the esoteric arts in America. However, when an unscrupulous Netherworker interferes with both his business and his personal life, ... more
  • February 29th

    by Frank McCaughey
    February 29th is a quirky and chaotic tale of twin brothers. Frank & Jimmy are 12 years old. Their simple lives start to unravel when Frank’s big stupid mouth gets them in real trouble with a mysterious shop keeper called Mr. Blake. They get drawn deeper and deeper into a mysterious world which forces them to face their worst nightmares. Nothing is as it seems. “It is a gift to you but what it gives it takes. And if your greatest dream comes true then your nightmares will surely come true to... more
  • The Colorful Conscience

    by Jeymani Vante R.J.

    Little Erané, who lives in a forest with just her sister and grandmother, ventures into a cave one  day, against her sister’s warnings. Within, she finds a lizard creature—a vestige of a world left ruptured—who entreats her to bring her sister along so it might become human again…

    Meet the inhabitants of The Colorful Conscience, a collection of eleven short-stories dealing with the pains and pleasures of in... more

  • The Citadel: A Mystery at the Heart of Civilization (Song of Citadels) (Volume 1)

    by Kingsley L. Dennis
    The people of C-T live within the shadows of a great Citadel. It protects them from the blazing heat of the two suns that move across the skies overhead. To survive they must live, work, and move amongst the shadows cast by the tall walls of the Citadel. The avenues of C-T have been constructed in layers of neighbourhoods around the mysterious edifice that towers above them from the centre of their lives. Life in C-T is highly regulated, and is organized through specialized guilds. As the namele... more
  • The First Man

    by Gavin Frankle

    The Garden of Eden is not what you think it is.

    What you know of Adam and Eve is a lie.

    This is the story of a man who escaped a prison and gave birth to a universe. This is the story of what really happened.

  • Exiled

    by M.E. Wynne
    A worldwide pandemic creates the need for cities to build walls to quarantine the healthy. Those who have caught the virus are tossed outside the walls like trash. This short read follows the parallel stories of one man exiled in the days of the plague before the cure, and another man two hundred years later who seeks his own exile from a bleak and corrupt society. Exiled is a companion story to the novella GLORY by ME Wynne.

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