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  • Year of the Four Emperors

    by K. A. Khan

    It is 1001 Anno Rex, and the emperor of the Empire of Kristianborg, the tyrannical Severus Valentinian, has been assassinated.

    Severus leaves behind four sons, each born by a different queen consort—but without declaring an heir before his death, the throne lies vacant. Zeno, Andronikos, Leo, and Commodus all covet the illustrious title of emperor. However, they will need the support of the Council of Archons and the power of the Yeneceri army—the most prominent, most formidable soldier... more

  • Division: The Chronicles of the Fallen States of America

    by Brad Norris
    2078 - the Earth’s temperature is two degrees warmer. A genetic mutation that began in 2020 has rendered men blind and cognitively diminished. They are distinguished by their luminous blue eyes and their nonsensical babble that often holds mysterious insight. Women are in charge of not only civilization, but the species. Years of struggle resulting from the collapse of the United States have only been made worse by the increasingly hostile climate. A fragile peace exists but the powerful norther... more
  • The Study of Poisons

    by Maria V. Snyder

    Fierce, determined, dangerous. No wonder her soul called to his. As Chief of Security of Ixia, Valek has spent the last fifteen years keeping Commander Ambrose and his citizens safe. With his complex network of spies, informers, and soldiers, it’s his job to hunt down and capture criminals, including the intriguing Yelena. Sensing there is more to the story of why she killed a general’s son, Valek arranges for Yelena to become the Commander’s new food taster, training her in... more

  • Dead Reckoning

    by Ivan Blake
    A disgraced professor intends to punish his persecutors with a weapon he seeks among the dead of the liner Titanic. He enlists the unwitting assistance of Chris Chandler, protagonist of the Mortsfafeman series, who is attempting to escape the glare of the American media and his own guilt by fleeing to Nova Scotia. Once he discovers the professor's true intentions, Chris must defeat him or become the one thing he has dedicated his life to battling, defilers of the dead.
  • Amansun the Dragon Prince

    by Vincent Robinson
    High up in the Smoky Black Mountains, Amansun and his family live among the great colony of dragons who call the steep and jagged mountain range home. Though Amansun is the eldest of his dragon clutch, he often feels like an outcast, and he spends most of his time venturing to the Great Forest up North, where he finds peace and solitude. His life is one dreary day after another-until one day when he sets into motion something that impacts the entire colony, putting him and his family at odds wit... more
  • Document Zero

    by Alex Lopes
    In a future that's not too far off, our lead character uncovers bone-chilling secrets her own company conceals. Spurred by a fierce determination, she evolves into a courageous whistleblower, stepping into a dangerous dance with truth. Her life at risk and her emotions spiraling into chaos, she finds friendship in Marton, a lionhearted lawyer from the Victims and Families organization, and Jo, an enigmatic mercenary. Together, they form an unlikely pact, resolved to yank off the face of mega ... more
  • Things We Inherit

    by Draven Aurora

    When 22-year-old Joy Hayes realizes that the voice inside her head isn't her own, the battle begins for control of the young woman's mind, body, and soul.

    After surviving years of childhood trauma, and a battle against cancer, life has led Joy into a dead-end accounting job - a purgatory of cubicles and beige walls. But then she meets Buttercup, an inner voice that is not her own - a sarcastic and mocking force with dark thoughts and powers beyond Joy's wildest imagination.<... more

  • The Yawning Gap

    by C.V. Vobh

    Invisible boundaries have isolated Cor's village for centuries. He accidentally finds a way out.

    What he finds outside is a violent and blighted world in decline. He learns that the entire world has been fragmented by similar boundaries, which are leeching their power from life itself. Unless something is done about the boundaries, what's left of life will come to an end.

    That heavy task falls on Cor's shoulders. Fortunately, he soon finds friends and fellow ... more

  • Seth's Epic Journey

    by Jim Mosquera
    Time is a thief that steals from everyone. Weeks occur in days. Years occur in months. We think we know how our life will unfold, where we’re heading, and that we control our years, but perception has its own power and time has its own plan. Eventually, we’re humbled by a common thread uniting us all. Seth, a high-ranking official from the Department of Homeland Security, will be ensnared in that thread. Desperate to purge his troubled conscience, his pending confession encounters an unforese... more
  • Beyond the Land of Dreams: Beryl's Awakening

    by Susan Bruck
    Beryl, a 15-year-old dreamer and lover of fairy tales, longs for adventure. But she dreams of an evil man, the Shadow Man, and believes he represents the evil within her. She foresees the destruction of her beloved land, Floredelis. But the danger is real, and Beryl has the power--through deep listening, compassion, and telling stories--to save it. She journeys to Brother Earth's land, where she makes friends with gnomes and fairies and faces initiation in the Hill of the Grandmothers. Beryl per... more
  • The Covenant Sacrifice

    by Lee Allen Howard

    When the dead return to abduct the living, the living turn into monsters…

    Jarod Huntingdon wants more than anything to start a family, yet he’s unable to commit to his girlfriend and isn’t sure why. When the father of his childhood best friend, Scotty, passes away, Jarod takes the opportunity to return home to the remote rural community of Annastasis Creek for a season of soul-searching.

    But overnight, a violent rainstorm traps everyone in the ... more

  • Nature Calls

    by E. R. Bills
    When a sinister creepy-crawly appears in the West Texas desert, the local sheriff bugs out. He and an unlikely team of locals try to stop the creature, but the future devolves into the past, and the heroes find themselves outmatched.  Reminiscent of Richard Matheson, Stephen King and Ray Bradbury, Pendulum Grim  author E. R. Bills' prose is sparse, direct, and imaginative, but always rooted in the stark implications of the present. Nature Calls  lets things play out for humanity the way the... more
  • The Legend of Chip: The Cover of Darkness

    by Stanley Campbell
    Chip is confronted with a difficult decision as new evidence suggests that the Shadow Clan's power is expanding. He must decide whether to return to Scotland to prove his innocence or begin a fresh start in the American Colonies. The question now is whether there is a safe place in the world where he can escape their influence.
  • The Legend of Chip: The Perilous Journey

    by Stanley Campbell
    Charged with a crime he didn't commit, Chip flees his homeland. Under the alias of William Chips, he finds himself again in the services of Captain O’Toole and aboard the mighty Ottoman. Embarking on a new and dangerous voyage, they set course for the tense shores of the British Colonies. To his dismay, Chip soon discovers that he cannot run from his troubles. That the darkness he sought to escape knows no boundaries, nor is held to any shore, and remains as close as looking over his shoulder.
  • Magelord: Worldwalker Book I

    by Andrew Christian
    Magelord Alexander Mason has ruled Northridge for eighty years, his unique offworld magic crushing his enemies and bringing prosperity to his lands. His Firstborn son, Malkin, has long been the heir apparent, with every intention of succeeding his father. To Devon, fifth generation Greatson of Lord Mason, such politics are far removed—until he unexpectedly summons the interdimensional Veils of Chaos, threatening the claim of Malkin to the throne. As hostile adversaries and shifting loyalties ... more
  • Praeceps: A Rain City Story

    by Albert Aykler
    Every neon-stained gray dawn on Praeceps reveals the body of another ‘impossible person' floating face down in the drainage canals. That could change, but first a man must fall in love with a machine. On Praeceps the rain never ends. There are no crimes because there is no law. The Syndicate controls Precip City with a brutal security force made up of off-world mercenaries the locals call Toads and they call SynSec. Under their watch, even possible people have no rights or recourse. Sancho Pa... more
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