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  • Tale of the White Rock: Book I - Tales of Island World Series

    by A. E. Mableson
    Sometime in the misty past in the land of the White Rock, a terrible confrontation loomed. Arii, Wizard of the Golden Star, sought vengeance on the monster Gwaum who had devoured Arii’s family when he was still a boy. Beset by barbarians in his native land, Prince Bearl led his people away to take refuge in a paradise marked by a white rock capped mountain across the Eternal Seas, the land of the White Rock. Instead of paradise, they found a land infested with a bloodthirsty monster. Born ... more
  • Orange Crik (A Short Story)

    by Ed Gosney
    Stevie Boyd has returned to his small hometown of Martins Ferry, Ohio, to attend his father's funeral. But the ghosts of the past he now faces are far worse than the reality of his father's death. Because what happened to Stevie and his childhood friends years ago is once again threatening his very sanity. Orange Crik is a haunting little short story that focuses on the kinds of things boys did in Martins Ferry, Ohio, in the early 1970s. Combining the innocence of youth with supernatural horr... more
  • Prometheus Stumbles: Dreamworld Book One

    by Ed Gosney
    In this futuristic thriller, an ordinary man gets caught up in extraordinary circumstances and finds himself on a harrowing adventure that he neither wants nor understands. Derek Anderson considers himself to be a devoted husband, father, and businessman. He loves his family and is happiest when he is with his wife and daughter. But when a young Psi-Tal places the blue plastic turtle in Derek's hand, his life is turned upside down as he discovers that the turtle can transport him into a night... more
  • An Invitation From Hell

    by R. J.

    An Invitation From Hell is an epic tale of a young woman who had a supernatural experience during a ritual ceremony.

    Bree, a preacher’s daughter, was tired of being pressured by the church and her parents to be a leader. So after graduation she applied to an out-of-state university to take a break from church, or preferably God. Unfortunately, she found herself in the wrong company. Bree began to struggle with her faith when she found herself juggling school and partying with her ... more

  • Indian Spirits

    by Randal Doering
    Someone is murdering children in the sleepy town of Santa Fe, New Mexico, and the police and the FBI are having no luck finding the killer. So now Jack Whitstone is on the case. Jack is hearing voices and suffering from all sorts of hallucinations and delusions, and he is homeless and living in a tunnel under a highway bridge, but he's game for finding the killer before he strikes again. All the cops know is that the killer is able to slip into children's homes and kill them while their parents ... more
  • The Chronicle of Casaara

    by R.S. Embach
    A world in torment. An Absent Guardian. A girl led by Fate. Awakened in a forest with no recollection of her past, and led by ominous visions of the grave future of a dying world, Casaara must embark on an epic journey to prevent the encroaching apocalypse. Together with her warrior allies Yoralt and Dharig, and youthful healer Euhn, she must race against the sands of time to secure the blessings of the seven Guardians of Creation before the evil heir to the heavenly throne claims them for hi... more
  • Zombie Ever After

    by Carl S. Plumer
  • Cypulchre

    by Joe MacKinnon
    CYPULCHRE is a dark and twisted cyberpunk thriller that will take readers on a journey through revolt and redemption, high-tech nightmares and low-life dreams. The inventor of the CLOUD technology—that's swept Los Angeles' rich and willing into the noosphere—has lived in exile for a decade, north of the mountains, feared, defamed, and despised by his former colleagues and estranged family. When he learns that the same technology that led to his downfall now threatens his family as well as t... more
  • Bellica

    by Katje van Loon

    Amor vincit omnia. As a new leader, pledged to dark forces, takes the Sceptre, can the embattled, valiant women of Athering prove that the power of love is greater than the love of power?

    All Bellica Yarrow wants from life is to stay the course. Her military career fulfills her childhood dreams and affords her a freedom royalty never did. Yarrow doesn’t need anything more than the steadfast friendship of her Major, Caelum, and her Chief Medical Officer Jules.

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  • Ice Tomb Second Edition

    by Deborah Jackson
    NASA lures volcanologist Erica Daniels to a conference in Houston by promising to consider her for their upcoming mission—establishing the first moon base. Instead, her archrival and ex-lover, David Marsh, gets the plum assignment, while she’s sent to Antarctica. An irritating British archaeologist and a brilliant Russian astrophysicist accompany her on a journey through unforgiving snowscapes, mysterious ice tunnels and a frozen graveyard. They present her with extraordinary suggestions for the... more
  • Steel and Song: The Aileron Chronicles Book 1

    by Ani Bolton
    Airwitch Tova Vanaskaya's choices are few: use her magic to fly an elite aircraft in the Grand Duchy's army or be shipped to the trenches. But invoking too much magic can kill the wielder, and her Cossack captain has a hell-bent-for-leather streak that pushes her to the brink. It’s a good thing she’s not afraid to push back. Airship captain Piers Dashkov lost his friends, family ties and self-respect in a rash act years ago, so it's fine by him if the odds of surviving a dogfight are slim to non... more
  • The Princess of Sorrows

    by Jenna Waterford
    In this prequel to SanClare Black, Karon, the first Princess of Sorrows, is pregnant, held hostage in a foreign land, and trapped in a political marriage. When her father dies, she must find a way to defeat her husband's plans to seize her throne.
  • Without Bloodshed

    by Matthew Graybosch
    When a dictator’s public allegations make Morgan Stormrider a liability to the Phoenix Society, the Society orders him to prove Alexander Liebenthal a liar — or die in the attempt. The murder of a rock violinist in London and a favor requested by an old friend in Tokyo suggest to Morgan that his latest mission is more than what it seems, but the truth won't set him free. It will only bind him tighter.
  • The Only City Left

    by Andy Goldman
    Eighteen-year-old Allin Arcady only wants one thing: to reach the Roof of the World and see the Sun for the first time in his life. The problem is, he's lost in the depths of the ruined planet-city called Earth, fleeing the horrors of his past. When his past catches up to him, Allin is thrust into a science fantasy adventure in which he meets a race of genetically-modified cats, tangles with vengeful werewolves, and parlays with cyborgs. Along the way, Allin is forced to decide: will he spend h... more
  • The Shaker of Worlds

    by Karl A.D. Brown

    Margret Stewart's family has been ripped apart by a secret government experiment which gave them telekinetic powers. This experiment’s success has drawn the attention not only of powerful government forces who want to capture, imprison and use them for their own purposes, but also supernatural powers that see the family as a vital link in the war between good and evil. It is written that they will have a child who will be The Shaker of Worlds. In a chilling and horrifying story that... more

  • A Limitless Policy: A Samuel the Vampire Novel

    by James T Carpenter
    This “therapeutic” journal recounts my mission as a vampire spy, working undercover at an insurance company to assassinate an alien disguised as a human…and how it got out of hand.

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