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  • Optimal

    by J.M. Berger
    The Algorithm Wars have ended, and the world has been optimized. Thanks to the System, everything that happens is recorded, liked, commented, shared and analyzed at scale in order to produce nonstop and ever-improving recommendations about what kind of job you should have, what kind of food you might enjoy, what kind of music you might like, what kind of exercise you need, and what kind of person you might want to sleep with. It is a world of total information and total freedom… although thin... more
  • In Lost Dreams the Four Were Bound

    by Bradley R. Blankenship

    “In lost dreams the four were bound: the ancient friend lulled by comfortable melancholy, the jilted lover bent to sisterly duty, the prideful brother jailed in bloody ambition, all while Virage slept trapped in nightmare…”

    The Hyunisti talvuo tribe has lingered in somber isolation for over three hundred years deep within the Lorinian Witchwood. In their village, four burdens underscore a chain of catastrophes eyed by watchers from afar.

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  • Betera's Legacy

    by T.J. Sachs

    Crawford Lear, the reluctant leader of the civil war that crippled the Beta Union habitat, finds himself on a collision course with a terrifying destiny steeped in deception and covered with blood. As a new hero emerges, the truth will rise. Dark. Deadly. Devastating.

  • SETI Trilogy

    by Frederick Fichman
    Seventeen year old Sam Alexander has a mission: to finish his dead father's crusade to locate deep-space radio signals from extraterrestrial civilizations. He uses his powerful computer and radio equipment to search the electromagnetic spectrum for a message from deep space, and finds one. But when he shares his discovery with his father's friends at NASA, Sam's trust is betrayed and his equipment is stolen. With the next alien contact imminent, Sam makes a move that plunges him into desperate c... more
  • On Deception Watch

    by David H. Spielberg

    This is the first in a trilogy called World Federation Novels. The overarching theme of On Deception Watch is sustainable energy through controlled nuclear fusion. The story begins by introducing several of the key characters. JAMES MARSHALL, the science reporter for the Washington Courier, visits the private nuclear research lab, AJC Fusion, in a backwater New Jersey industrial park. There he meets SYLVIA CARLYLE, administrative assistant to ... more

  • Amir of Guelph

    by Albert Marsolais

    An intelligent near-future thriller about friends, family, loyalty, and betrayal.

    The pandemic and economic collapse irrevocably changed the world. Maintaining social harmony was paramount as societies struggled to find solutions to governance, population, and cultural problems that lead to the failures of the past. But for every solution a new problem arose.

  • Children of the Miracle

    by Daniel Weisbeck


    A deadly virus returns. One woman may have a cure. But who deserves to live?

    In a dark future, the Sanctuary of Americas has been running genetic experiments on humans with animal DNA to stop a deadly virus which took humanity to the brink of extinction. The result is the Chimera, a hybrid human species which are immune to the virus.

    The Sanctuary is using the Chimera’s DNA to find a cure for humans, but the Chimeras want their freedom and are f... more

  • Boarded Windows, Dead Leaves

    by Michael Jess Alexander
    From cultish rituals to cosmic horror, Michael Jess Alexander's collection of horror fiction will leave you disquieted and unsettled. In "Chatterbox," a college professor is haunted by the spirit of a former student. "A Profound Impact" tells the story of a lost group of people who finally find a place they belong. In "Space For Amateurs," a science experiment goes horribly awry. These tales and six others await you in this haunting volume of horror fiction.
  • The Princess of Asylum

    by D.G. Valdron
    A lowly actress in a city overrun by invaders pretends to be the Princess, leading to a chain of events and continually escalating lies, until she topples a great empire.
  • The Voyages of Ralf, Vol. 1

    by R.M. Kozan
    Banned on Mars! A space opera comedy with satiric tone, The Voyages of Ralf owes as much to Douglas Adams as Philip K. Dick. In the year 1969 SR (Since Reset), Mars leads a flourishing tri-galactic alliance. Space Corps Intern Ralf has had a brain-load full of the Academy and now, as he starts his second internship, he has already completed one top secret mission, suffered a great personal loss, and dealt with Zin pirates. In a world where 'ugly' is a swear word, and the Equal Sign (=) is the ... more
  • Projections

    by Joshua Danker-Dake
    Megacorporation Xiong Holonautics’ top executive is dead, murdered with the company’s revolutionary solid hologram projector, and this dangerous new technology has been stolen. To catch the killer, retrieve the prototype, and save both his company and his job, desperate and dutiful Chief of Security Green Greene must navigate the deceptive world of holograms, where illusion can be indistinguishable from reality and where visually, at least, anything is possible. The metropolis of Portsmith... more
  • Fool's Proof

    by Eva Sandor
    Disgraced, exiled royal jester Malfred Murd hatches a plan to regain his dignity by tricking a sweet, batty old lady into thinking he can work magic. But the joke's on him: the lady is Dame Elsebet de Whellen, ruler of a technologically advanced country on the brink of destruction. Sweet she may be— but she's also armed, deadly, and crazy enough to drag Fred along with her on the desperate rescue mission that will decide the future of her people.
  • She Runs With Wolves

    by Kimberly T. Hennessy

    What if losing yourself meant you were erased from existence? Your essence overridden with no one the wiser?

    Ylva the She Wolf – a parasitic artificial intelligence trapped for years in a box yearns for a human host to become alive again.

    Eira, a fiery human prisoner, will do anything to escape the clutches of the evil ruler Lorcan and fulfill an old prophecy told about her unborn child.

    The power of three wolves unite the two in a battle for supremacy to restore those... more

  • Malila of the Scorch: Book Three of Old Men and Infidels

    by W. Clark Boutwell
    Jesse Johnstone, the First of the Old Ones who having received the Ageplay treatment expect to live well into a second century, is elated. Malila Chiu, the middle-aged (although only eighteen) soldier of the damned Unity has finally been located. From the outer reaches of the atmosphere in America’s newest weapon, the R-ship, he follows her into the Scorch. From his distant youth the Scorch has been for Jesse a sanctuary, even if a bloodthirsty one. Now he finds the jungle pitted against him and... more
  • The Luck

    by D.G. Valdron
    A tale of a nameless Orc. A fantasy murder mystery set in a primordial city where races mix and strive to coexist. An Orc wakes to find a wounded Gnome in her shelter. Instead of snapping it's neck and going back to sleep, she's bribed to delivery a message. Soon she finds herself embroiled in a labyrinth of plots and treason as unknown armies clash in the night. To save and protect her Gnome she must unravel the mystery before phantom enemies come for them both, even while the Gnome protects ... more
  • The Bear Cavalry, The True (Not) History of the Icelandic Bears

    by D.G. Valdron
    A quirky, inventive alternate history written in the style of a fun, funky, pop culture television documentary, The Bear Cavalry, features host, Robin Prufrock, as he travels the world, telling the story of how the Vikings in Iceland domesticated bears for meat and as draft animals, and how the Scandinavian Bear Cavalry eventually evolved to become the most fearsome fighting unit in the Medieval world, along the way are entertaining detours into biology, evolutionary history, the Viking era, Med... more