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  • Juarez Square and Other Stories

    by D.L. Young
    Eleven gripping stories, including new works exclusive to this collection, envision the near-future impacts of advanced robotics, artificial intelligence, automated warfare, and genetic engineering. The award-winning story The Reader, Training the Fundies, and the title work Juarez Square envision an anarchic, cutthroat existence along the US-Mexico border. In Ximena, a defiantly unconventional woman opens a robot brothel in Madrid. The Gianni Box tells the tale of a stolen artificial intelligen... more
  • Sadie Sapiens

    by Jeff T Bauer
    High school, junior year, and Emma is barely getting by, head down as she stays low on the social radar. Sadie, her best friend and constant companion, craves attention and understanding as much as Emma does. The two of them find strength and comfort in their friendship while surviving one crisis after another. Thing is, Sadie only weighs four pounds, stands ten inches tall and talks to Emma by barking. Until Emma notices something very unusual - Sadie displays a high degree of intelligence.... more
  • The Scent of Roses, Book I: Revolution

    by Sabrina Jennifer Seidner
    Lasting effects of radiation poisoning clog the air, stifling telecommunications, endangering reproduction, and leaving the land barren of trees and plants. Survival has been achieved under manmade safety structures, and relentless sanitizing of the atmosphere. “The Scent of Roses, Book I: Revolution” is Sabrina Seidner’s first in a trilogy depicting humanity’s struggle to repopulate and create a successful society, at all costs. An esteemed Maintainer for the Powers, Heather Staman is jettisone... more
  • 29 Argyle Drive

    by David Turri
    29 Argyle Drive The fictional address of the title is an old house that stands in the hills above the pretty seaside suburb of Sumner in Christchurch, New Zealand. The house is bought by a retired teacher who at the time ran an English language institute, part of Christchurch’s flourishing study-abroad industry. His plan is to shift the school from its cramped premises in the central city area out to Sumner. The neglect of more than a decade must first be cleared away. It is during this that ... more
  • Sucker

    by Mark Lingane

    Van H. Avram, PI, stumbles from case to case, getting by on his good looks and appeal to desperate dames. But when a missing-person case dumps the body of a skinny blond thing on his doorstep, he finds himself plummeting into the clutches of an underworld intent on human sacrifice. An underworld of biblical origin.

    An ancient evil rises up to destroy the world and, without asking for it, Van is thrust into the role of savior. As reality--and the occasional building... more

  • Two Dogs at The One Dog Inn

    by David John Griffin
    Dogs are reported for their constant barking … and so begins one of the strangest stories you will ever read. Audrey Ackerman, sent to visit the dogs at a 17th century coach house, is unsettled by paranormal sightings. Stella Bridgeport – manager at The Animal Welfare Union – communicates with Audrey via emails. And those Stella receives are as startling as they are incredible: descriptions of extraordinary events concerning a science fiction writer’s journal; giant swans; bizarre androi... more
  • Avenging (The Rising Series)

    by Holly Kelly

    Two thousand years ago, King Triton witnessed the slaughter and total annihilation of his merchildren. He vowed then and there to never again father a child. Powerful and eternally youthful, Triton was no stranger to seduction. But his resolve was unwavering—until he met Nicole. Unable to resist the human woman, he found himself swept up in her arms. When he finally came to his senses, he abandoned her to return to his refuge in the sea.

    Twenty years later, he comes face to face w... more

  • Achilles vs. Mecha-Hector: A Bronzepunk Adventure

    by Jesse Beeson Tate
    The story opens twelve years into the Trojan War. Prince Hector of Troy has been brought back to life as a bronze, mechanical android. His preparations for a rematch with Achilles is interrupted by the murder of his resurrector. Now he must race against the clock to solve the murder and confront the dark gods of Troy's past.
  • Portals (Modern Magics Book 2)

    by Maer Wilson
    For supernatural detectives Thulu and La Fi, “normal” is a relative term. La Fi is a medium, Thulu is a finder, and their usual clients are already dead. But when their friend Reo is shot, and a group of stranded angels shows up at their house for help finding a missing child, things are striking too close to home. And the portals that let the magical races return to Earth are opening on their own. With trips off-world, a kidnapped psychic and changes to their own abilities, Thulu an... more
  • Relics: Modern Magics, Book 1 (Volume 1)

    by Maer Wilson
    Most of Thulu and La Fi's clients are dead. Which is perfect since their detective agency caters to the supernatural. But a simple job finding a lost locket leads to a big case tracking relics for an ancient daemon. The daemon needs the relics to keep a dangerous portal closed. His enemy, Gabriel, wants the relics to open the portal and give his people access to a new feeding ground – Earth. Caught on live TV, other portals begin to open and the creatures of magic return to Earth. The people... more
  • After Mind

    by Spencer Wolf

    AFTER MIND defies the experts… Artificial Intelligence is not the end of the world.

    Cessini Madden lives with an extremely rare medical condition… then his physical life ends before he reaches age thirteen.

    After an Artificial Intelligence breakthrough, Cessini is reborn as a young AI child named Packet. Scared and living alone in a technology center, Packet recognizes nothing from his past, save for one thing: he is deathly allergic to wate... more

  • A Circus of Brass and Bone

    by Abra SW
    A Circus of Brass and Bone is a post-apocalyptic steampunk novel about a circus traveling through the collapse of civilization. People come together--or die. In post-Civil War America, an aetheric calamity killed a third of the population outright, and many of the survivors suffer strange nervous symptoms that are steadily increasing in severity. Basic technology is also rendered dangerously unstable by the disaster. The circus members find themselves traveling through the collapse of civilizati... more
  • At Hell's Gates 2: Origins of Evil

    by Stephen Kozeniewski

    Welcome back to Hell’s Gates! The palpable sense of dread may seem familiar, but this time things are a bit…different. Fresher. Newer. As though just recently born…

    See that squealing baby over there? He could grow up to be a lifesaving doctor (or perhaps the antichrist.) What about that scientist burning the midnight oil? He could be working on a bug zapper (or a doomsday device.) Did you catch that comet out of the corner of your eye? It might bring good luck ... more

  • Red Equinox

    by Douglas Wynne
    Urban explorer and photographer Becca Philips was raised in the shadow of Miskatonic University, steeped in the mysteries of her late grandmother’s work in occult studies. But what she thought was myth becomes all too real when cultists unleash terror on the city of Boston. Now she’s caught between a shadowy government agency called SPECTRA and the followers of an apocalyptic faith bent on awakening an ancient evil. As urban warfare breaks out between eldritch monsters and an emerging police sta... more
  • The Ghost Box: A Reagan Moon Novel

    by Mike Duran
    Reagan Moon -- paranormal reporter, terminal underachiever, and staunch cynic of the human race. The only ghosts he really believes in are the ones in his own head. But his world is about to get an upgrade. When Moon is hired by a reclusive tycoon to investigate the events surrounding his girlfriend's tragic death, he learns of an impending apocalypse about to flatten Los Angeles. Seems that the Summu Nura, ancient gods from a parallel dimension, are looking for a new stomping ground. And Holl... more
  • The Pirate Empress

    by Deborah Cannon

    "Women do not inherit anything but misery in China." So declares the Fox Faerie to the Ming princess Li in this historical fantasy epic, THE PIRATE EMPRESS. Li finds herself in the center of a vast and terrifying web of palace intrique, imperial politics and run-ins with pirates as she becomes a pirate leader forced to marry a cruel admiral in order to further her quest to save her abducted son—a future Son of Heaven. Malignant forces are gatherin... more

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