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  • Body and Blood

    by Michael Gallagher
    Two Roman Catholic priests blessed with theurgic superpowers of exorcism protect their parish from a cult that's kidnapping children from their parish in a spiritually unmoored cyberpunk future where demonic possession is common.
  • A Nomad in Mystical Montreal

    by Jess Caleb
    Having run the gauntlet of Thanksgiving with her family in Pennsylvania, and while licking her wounds in the snow-covered city of Montreal, Claudia Portneuf learns that an evil force is spreading terror in La Belle Province of Quebec. As her luck would have it, Claudia soon finds herself a prime target. Will she and her friends learn enough about the hidden world of magic to make it to New Year's?
  • A Nomad in Spellbinding Southeast Asia

    by Jess Caleb
    Claudia Portneuf is a digital nomad with a BA in Commerce and a Master's Degree in Fiverr. Having lost her twin sister to a terrible tragedy, Claudia spends most of her time as far away as possible from the place where she grew up and where she'd lost so much. While quickly running out of money in Thailand, she follows a new friend and two handsome European tourists into an unwanted adventure. With her life and her MacBook in danger, Claudia discovers that there are powerful creatures and power... more
  • Paused

    by Stephanie Ellis
    People are stopping, bodies halting regardless of situation or location. They are still alive but completely unresponsive, vulnerable statues utterly at the mercy of their environment. Unable to run from fire, some burn. Unable to return to shore, some drown. Unable to move from the path of a truck, some are crushed. Nor are you safe at home—unable to move, you starve. Dr Alex Griffiths heads a research department in a university hospital. As more and more succumb to this strange affliction... more
  • The Assassin of Grins and Secrets

    by K.E.Andrews
    Once the infamous assassin who killed with a smile, Serein now waits for death in the fighting pits of the Harpy's Chest. When the crown prince of Sarddon, Rameses al-Amirmoez, seeks her out with an offer of freedom if she serves as his guard, she must decide whether to work for those who ravaged her homeland or die. Rameses wants to believe that the war his father started was justified, but he has heard rumors and seen a cruelty in his father that causes him to question everything he's been ... more
  • Gorb in the Schizocratic Linguiverse

    by J. Martin Strangeweather
  • LOOP - A Pulse-Pounding Novel of Science-Fiction Horror

    by William Kely McClung
    When a new social media app powered by AI and stolen military technology begins remapping human DNA, the world explodes with conspiracies, viral media, and deadly consequences. As a small college town becomes ground zero for a zombie-like plague, and the target of an even deadlier government cover-up, the fate of the town, and maybe the world, lies in the hands of a one-legged badass, a nearly naked Interpol agent, a waif-like retro-gaming genius, and the military scientist that started it a... more
  • Footsteps in the Dark: Short Horror & Sci-Fi Stories Volume II

    by Joshua G. J. Insole
    Another collection comes from the three-time Reedsy winner, Joshua G. J. Insole. This second volume of horror and sci-fi explores the dark alleys of the mind once more. A woman defends house and husband from the home’s eight-legged inhabitants. Two strangers discuss music’s finer points as cannibals try to break into their car. A gender-reveal party goes off the rails as the true nature of the infant comes to light. Thirteen women gather at night to right the wrongs of society. A mother takes... more
  • The Messenger

    by Cody Allen Cole
    In The Seven Realms of Pythus, stories of messengers filled the air of bustling taverns and the pages of bedtime stories. Identified by their stark red scarves and Kretian Paints, they were some of the most notable and important factors in Pythus’ rise to Kinghood, and the seemingly eternal peace that came after. Centuries into that peace, though there were couriers still, none were known to live up to the legends. Except for one. In the Spring of 864 A.E., a small courier, still holding on to... more
  • Meth War: Lost in Felony Flats

    by Jamey O'Donnell
    In 1993, the San Bernardino Valley became ground zero for a plethora of torture and murder. The Satanic Underground proclaimed war on the independent meth cooks and their associates, reclaiming their rightful place as the sole manufacturers of high-powered methamphetamine distributed and sold to the drug populace, turning human beings into soulless ghouls of the night that would do anything to satisfy their craving for the devil’s dru
  • Hunting for the Lamb of God

    by Jamey O'Donnell
    If food became unavailable due to a natural disaster and your only food source was human beings, would you eat someone? Would you go a step further and kill someone to eat them? These are decisions that would have to be made by normal, everyday people if faced with this type of situation. Hunting for the Lamb of God traces the footsteps of two families living across the street from each other in a suburb south of Denver, Colorado. The families join forces to navigate through a dystopian nightmar... more
  • Failure!

    by Robert Edwards
    The World Ended on a Tuesday... ...but "The End" is only the beginning! Failure is a book about a book. Or a book based on a movie about a book. Or a sequel to a movie that was made-for-tv and critically panned, but that had heart, damn it! It's about a whale. It's about a Quarterback with a winning smile and a family secret. It's about a Girl who's had it tough, and anuther who just can't git enuff. It's only partially plagiarized! Enjoy the sensation of
  • Darkling

    by Jason Córdova

    Soldier. Spy. Statesman.

    Gabriel Espinoza is dead, yet living in a world where he never sees those he loves and cares about. Every day of his existence is one of fear; however, this fear keeps his edge sharpened and his senses honed while he continues to fight for his Emperor. Fear can be a useful tool in the proper hands…

    Andrew Espinoza is both dead and alive, caught in a juxtaposition of identities that not even he can truly understand. He embraced his fear long before, ... more

  • Wraithkin

    by Jason Cordova

    Fate is a cruel, fickle mistress.

    Torn away from his one true love, Gabriel Espinoza will burn the galaxy to get her back. But doing so first means joining the enigmatic Wraith Corps, where he is thrust to the forefront of a terrible war against an alien threat. The only path to saving her is over the dead bodies of the invaders—if he survives.

    Light-years away, his brother, Special Agent Andrew Espinoza, is recruited by a clandestine intelligence agency known only as Projec... more

  • The Bookish Dark

    by Matthew Brady
    Joseph Harper is an old man down on his luck: ignored at home, unappreciated at work. Rayleigh Laurel, one of his students, is a young man with nothing but luck: handsome, brilliant, wealthy. The two could not have less in common. That is, until the day an accident befalls them both and they are bestowed with an otherworldly power: to shape the world around them with no more than a spoken word.
  • The Left Hand of Dog

    by SI CLARKE
    Intergalactic kidnappers! A chatty horse! Sentient glitter gas! And a dog! When Lem and her dog retreat from the city for a few days, they don’t expect to wind up aboard the Starship Teapot with adorable alien bounty hunters. Fans of Victories Greater than Death, Discworld, and H2G2 will love this.

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