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  • Nephilim Unbound

    by Jason Cadwell

    Never hunt what you can't kill.

    A psychiatrist, Dr. Alistair Marchand lived the life of a recluse in his quaint farmhouse until the mercenaries arrived to kill him. The cultists that hired the killers labeled him an abomination and an affront to God. While the mercenaries had expected a quiet academic, they had no idea who and what he truly was, child of Nephilim and grandson of an angel.

    As Alistair and his powerful friend, Finn, race to locate his siblings, the cultists begi... more

  • The Little Woods: Book One of the New Apocrypha

    by A.G. Mock
    Do you believe in Demons? You will. *A HORROR STORY INSPIRED BY REAL EVENTS* A group of boyhood friends in the summer of 1977. An annual rite of passage in a dark and alluring Pennsylvania wood. The channeling of a malevolent Presence. And a childhood game about to go terribly wrong... Two brothers in the summer of 1995, reunited by the unspeakable nightmare of their past. A bewitching tavern proprietress and psychic intuitive from New Orleans. The revelation of an apocryphal prophes... more
  • Gods of Energy

    by A. T. Southorn

    20 years since the last sunrise,
    a symbol of hope resurfaces
    in the vast wastelands of Earth.


    Arun Owondo is a scavenger, though not by choice and not for long. A band of reclusive Hillfolk have imprisoned him for wearing their prized possession: a pair of gloves that can wield cosmic dark energy.

    If Arun is innocent, they'll need his help. The Hillfolk must embark on finding a lost companion and overthrowing the self-proclaimed God who des... more

  • A Firefighter Christmas Carol

    by Douglas R. Brown
    Life doesn’t always end at death. Supernatural suspense combines with psychological terror in this collection of six creepy tales exploring humanity’s darkest impulses. A burned-out firefighter with PTSD receives a succession of ghostly visitors trying to help him face his demons before it’s too late in a modern reimagining of Charles Dickens's famous A Christmas Carol. A solitary night janitor battles a sinister man in black. A firefighter fails to heed an otherworldly warning. A happily marr... more
  • The Villain Institute

    by Megan Linski & Alicia Rades
    Love is even more dangerous behind bars. Ava-Marie: My name is Ava-Marie, and I love living on the dark side. Getting into trouble is kind of my thing, but one night, I take revenge too far. I’m sentenced to a reform school for magical delinquents... though really, it’s a prison. As the only supernatural who can control both fire and water, I’m already a target. To make matters worse, I literally share a soul with Charlie, a sexy inmate from the wrong side of the tracks. Surviving at the Inst... more
  • Tainted

    by Xyvah M. Okoye
    Trouble is brewing on the Southern border of Sabato, and Regan Kalish must do whatever it takes to protect his family. Without his father’s inheritance ring, the Lepane Prince seeks work with a Kuwaha, Dioohn, to help his mother and save his great-grandfather. He is reunited with his childhood best friend, Kayle, and the prodigious Sexa, as he uncovers the dark secrets about his bloodline and magical heritage. Secrets his family have tried to keep hidden, secrets that would change their lives a... more
  • The Midnight Man

    by Kevin Klehr
    Stanley is almost fifty. He hates his job, has an overbearing mother, and is in a failed relationship. Then he meets Asher, the man of his dreams, literally in his dreams. Asher is young, captivating, and confident about his future—everything Stanley is not. So, Asher gives Stan a gift. The chance to be an extra five years younger each time they meet. Some of their adventures are whimsical. A few are challenging. Others are totally surreal. All are designed to bring Stan closer to the mome... more
  • UNJU

    by Gleneley L Stander
    In a setting where the multiverse is real, and travel between them can be manipulated, Katherine and Ethan must learn to navigate to these alternate realities to try to save their dying planet. Humanity is on a countdown towards extinction as climate change, pollution, and radiation have gone unchecked for decades, and it has taken its inevitable toll on their Earth-like planet and all of its inhabitants. The air has become unbreathable, the water undrinkable and mutants in all species have emer... more
  • Sparkle

    by Arin Lee Kambitsis

    Something evil is hidden in the woods outside of the beautiful town of Sparkle, PA, the kind of something Alyssa and Peter Huffy, newly arrived in town, do not believe in. But after Peter discovers a child hidden and shivering under a bridge on the edge of the woods - pale, terrified and bloody - he starts to wonder what could possibly be so terrible that it could frighten a child nearly to death.

     

    That boy is twelve-year-old Derek Windward. He is the sole keeper of Sparkle&... more

  • Showdown at Jupiter's Edge: A Maxo Magnaveer Adventure

    by Paul and Phillip Garver

    In the year 2247, Detectant Maxo Magnaveer yearns for an opportunity to prove himself in the Cosmic Law Force so he can be promoted to squad captain. When a greedy privateer, Colonel Zaza D'Rump, brazenly hijacks a shipment of synthetic foods on its way to Mars with plans to starve the colony to death unless he is given control of Earth's shipping lanes, Maxo sees his opportunity to rise above, save the day, and finally move up in rank and prestige.

    Fooled by those he thought we... more

  • Breaking Yesterday

    by Brent R. Baker
    You can have whatever you want. Under one condition. Laurel Martin and Jig Klein have nothing in common other than a smooth talking abductor offering an enticing reward for their cooperation. The mysterious kidnapper claims to have mastered time travel, and they are free to use it to fulfill their deepest desires…if they first step 2,000 years into the past, kill the young Jesus Christ and forever wipe Christianity from the pages of history. Friends and family launch a desperate search... more
  • Ekleipsis: the Abyss

    by Tamel Wino
    Ékleipsis: The Abyss is the second short story collection by the award-winning author. Tales of depravation and insanity are woven together with unrelenting style and depth, scrutinizing human nature’s degeneration when compromised by tragic, vicious circumstances. These complex, wretched individuals and the irremediable conditions they are desperate to claw out of—or into—invoke the unfathomable question: What devastation are we truly capable of when left with no way out but down . . . in... more
  • Mukülia: New World Rising

    by Jason Penn Browne
    Four Oceanus Marine Institute students and close-knit friends are drawn into a time-space continuum portal with an inter-dimensional Mukülia, the ancient civilization and ‘lost continent’ in the Pacific. In collaborating with the professor and his wife, who heads the O.R.C.A. research center, their mysterious aikido instructor, along with some marine mammal allies, the group is off on an expedition that leads them into uncharted expanses of the Pacific Ocean. Unique discoveries and extrao... more
  • Into the Violet Gardens

    by Isaac Nasri
    The year is 2024. A ruthless cartel dominates Latin America, and the FBI's Troy Levi gets commissioned to intervene. A cyborg for the bureau's Virtual Division, Levi delivers a devastating blow to the cartel's power but encounters a wave of social resentment in the aftermath. As the people's feelings for cyborgs grow bitter, former black-op cyborg ally and CIA operative Soriana Salazar finds herself caught between sides. Eliminating the cartel destabilized the region, fueling anti-cyborg sent... more
  • The Scrolls of Sin

    by David Rose
    The Scrolls of Sin - 120k horror fantasy collection - explores the dark side of human, and non-human, ambition. Join obsessed necromancers and sportive ghouls, bent conquerors and those who serve or betray. In the otherworld of Mulgara, David Rose has painted a land of opulence, beauty, hunger, and horror.
  • Clochán

    by Lawrence O'Brien

    KEVIN NEAL, as a young child, survives what happened in 1798 but loses everyone. When he is older and again evicted by a landlord, he still holds onto the memory of the crumpled remains of Anastasia Kelly’s letter. He has found her, but ANTY is as much a stranger as the tenants who live around an Abbey. He finds her aloof and part of a different world. The orphans try to hide from the past, but the violence encircling threatens what little they have left. Can the orphans survive the wak... more

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