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  • The Sixth Seal

    by Joshua Brann Thornbrugh
    Anastasie Eloise Bertrand has spent the better part of fifteen years in a state mental hospital convinced that she is the reincarnated protector of an ancient and powerful book. After an unsuccessful escape attempt, she befriends her new psychologist who begins to suspect that Ana is not as crazy as everyone thinks. Ana is soon torn between the good doctor, and escaping the confines of the hospital to seek out the book and discover the truth about her destiny. But time is quickly running ... more
  • Dark Migration

    by Sandra R. Campbell (Webster)
    Seanna Raines is on a journey of self-discovery. Only her search does not include college applications or finding a cool summer job. After killing Samuel Bolvayne, the ‘man’ she fears and loves, Seanna is not looking for who she is, but rather what she will become. Without Samuel to guide her, Seanna is lost. To survive, she needs to find out what her transformation means: super strength, the ability to smell human emotions, and an ever-increasing need to devour human souls. Seanna travels to Sa... more
  • Butterfly Harvest

    by Sandra R.Campbell (Webster)
    Seanna Raines only wish is to escape her miserable, barely-functioning family. Samuel is an ancient being, bored and alone, his only desire is to create another immortal – successfully. When Samuel rescues Seanna from an altercation with her alcoholic father, Seanna believes he is the perfect man. Just the scent of him has her head swimming in a beautiful fog. But when she accepts his first gift, a delicate black butterfly, her life is irreversibly changed. Seanna’s newfound dream becomes a nigh... more
  • Chopin's Ghost

    by Cary Marc Grossman
    Fryderyk Chopin, the genius of the Romantic Period, is haunting the dreams of rock star Robin Hanley. He helps Robin find the woman of his dreams and his missing child, but neither Suze, the powerful enchantress from his dreams, nor he can possibly imagine how old is their history together, or what is at stake. First of a three-part series.
  • The Catacombs

    by Jeremy Bates

    Paris, France, is known as the City of Lights, a metropolis renowned for romance and beauty. Beneath the bustling streets and cafés, however, exists The Catacombs, a labyrinth of crumbling tunnels home to six million dead.

    When a video camera containing mysterious footage is discovered deep within their depths, a group of friends venture into the tunnels to investigate. But what starts out as a lighthearted adventure takes a turn for the worse when they reach their destination-an... more

  • Lamb of God

    by Anthony M. Harrington
    When Mitchell Wallace halts his suicidal plunge from an overpass to save the life of a lamb who wanders onto the freeway, he sets into motion a chain of events that forever alters his destiny and lives of his best friend and sister. Together they are thrust into a terrifying and hilarious battle between good and evil that has them fleeing a band of shadow demons, a horde of the undead, facing off against an ancient enemy and on the road trip from hell to seek the lost staff of Ba'al; the onl... more
  • Adventures of a Space Bum Book 2: In Search of a Legacy

    by Jon Batson
    In Adventures of a Space Bum Book 2: In Search of a Legacy Starwort Bacchus continues the search for her father's legacy, carefully avoiding expanding Central Government presence, an epidemic virus spreading from planet to planet and the ever-present threat from those who seek to steal her birthright. To her and her crew, the promised haven of Planet Bacchus seems a dream they will never realize.
  • Adventures of a Space Bum Book 1: Starlost Child

    by Jon Batson
    When Starwort Bacchus finds herself running from her landlord, skipping out on the rent, she jumps aboard an automatic repair vessel and hitches a ride to the next port. But the search for her father's legacy, the inheritance her uncle nearly decimated, takes her to planets where friends and enemies are hard to identify, and her best ally is a computer. With a pocket full of "Universals" and a ceramic blade strapped to her thigh, she travels the darkness looking for a home. Instead she finds a g... more
  • PASS ON THE CUP OF DREAMS

    by Bruce Fergusson
    Can a cut-throat reiver escape his nefarious past with the help of the only woman he's ever loved, and the keeping of a promise he never dreamed he'd make? Falca Breks will find out on a journey through a wilderness more dangerous than the squalid port city of his birth, toward confrontations with not only enemies old and new but also himself--and the lure of a betrayal that could make him the richest and most powerful man in the Six Kingdoms.
  • The Mask of Tamrel

    by Heather Shaw
    First book in the Magistricide series. For 2,000 years the country of Thevin has been sealed away from the savageries of the outside world, protected by the sorcery of a god-in-flesh known as the Gyre. Magic has been perfected and condensed into a sacred metal known as chromox; magisters control the elements, govern the weather, and construct great cities where the wealthy play at games of power. Outside the cities dwell the nithings, rural growers of food and tenders of animals, who work the... more
  • In the House of Madame Heretia

    by Heather Shaw
    The second book in the Magistricide series. Tannigal is in flames, destroyed by the frenzy-inducing songs of the inhuman bard Tamrel. Kelrob, a young magician of great promise but limited experience, flees the city’s ruin alongside his companions: Jacobson, a weary mercenary whose body has become Tamrel’s vessel, and Nuir, the sheltered but willful daughter of a great merchant-lord. Their destination is the house of Madame Heretia, a disgraced archmage of unknown powers and dubious allegiance... more
  • Where Monsters Lie & Other Tales

    by Nick Mazmanian
    Where Monsters Lie Trenton Rennick is a mover who just wants to be paid; but he'll have to survive the night in order to earn his biggest paycheck to date... his life. Other Tales... Lighthouse to the Depths Amber heads out into the frozen oceans of Europa to discover what made her husband go mad. Echoes Margo enters an ancient library, in a world forgotten by time, and finds she isn't alone inside of its dusty walls. Nightlife California, 1965, we follow the journey of a... more
  • America Inc

    by Ashley Wolstein
    Step inside a world where reality isn't real. In the future, the entire world has been united under one empire: America. Ivan Luciano is the most powerful man in that empire, and he wields that power with an iron fist. But he wants more, and it was easy enough to convince his girlfriend, Lucy, to help. A brilliant engineer, Lucy, has brought life to robots. They're even passing as humans. One of them is now going to run for President of the United States. And, if Ivan has his way, he'll win. And... more
  • Suicide Forest

    by Jeremy Bates
    Just outside of Tokyo lies Aokigahara, a vast forest and one of the most beautiful wilderness areas in Japan...and also the most infamous spot to commit suicide in the world. Legend has it that the spirits of those many suicides are still roaming, haunting deep in the ancient woods. When bad weather prevents a group of friends from climbing neighboring Mt. Fuji, they decide to spend the night camping in Aokigahara. But they get more than they bargained for when one of them is found hanged in ... more
  • Tales of Blood and Sulphur

    by J.G Clay
    What happens when ordinary everyday people come face to face with the slithering, gibbering things that exist in the periphery of our vision? What happens when the future, far from being bright, is a dystopian nightmare where an all-powerful Church reduces the ordinary man in the street to walking organ banks? When, in the midst of human barbarity, a force more powerful than any human stalks it’s equally powerful prey? What happens when the Gods themselves turn sour, bitter and unforgiving... more
  • A Digital Carol - A Tale for Our Generation

    by Adolphus Writer
    For all who enjoy Dickens’s A Christmas Carol, Mandated Memoranda Publishing’s new eBook A Digital Carol – A Tale for Our Generation retells the science fiction story with new forms and modern perspectives. No longer do we read a tale of a mean miser who, through sorrowful experiences, becomes kindly. We now face a monstrous egotist who teeters between damnation and redemption.

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