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  • Zeus Is Dead: A Monstrously Inconvenient Adventure

    by Michael G. Munz
    You probably saw the press conference. Nine months ago, Zeus's murder catapulted the Greek gods back into our world. Now they revel in their new temples, casinos, and media empires - well, all except Apollo. A compulsive overachiever with a bursting portfolio of godly duties, the amount of email alone that he receives from rapacious mortals turns each of his days into a living hell. Yet there may be hope, if only he can return Zeus to life! With the aid of Thalia, the muse of comedy and science ... more
  • Olympia

    by Embe Charpentier

    How well do you know your neighbors? Would you be more interested if they arrived at the most horrifying moment on the planet, ready to save you from certain death? The humans of Olympia, Washington in 2068 are dying to know the truth about the alien snobs who live among them, the Paydan. Not only are the Paydan genetically engineered to possess high intelligence and to display physical perfection, their secretive nature keeps their history and reasons for their heroic rescue beyond the reach... more

  • Black Buttons, Vol. 1

    by Mark Groves
    According to Midwestern folklore, someone who's been cursed by witchcraft can leave a black button lying on the road. If you pick it up, you'll get more than you bargained for. Taking the button means you also take the curse . In Black Buttons, Vol. 1, five Midwestern writers conjure nine dark tales to cast a spell over your imagination. - On a furnace-hot night in Kansas City, a man with a dark gift gets high off the truths people hide inside. When a storm breaks loose, his addiction overdoses ... more
  • Santa's Little Helper

    by H. D. Gordon
    He shows up in a white box, with a bright red book under his arm... He wears a jolly grin and hat, a suit with gold bells and green yarn... He watches you for Santa, or so his red book claims... But though his grin is jolly, he's not here for fun and games... The children have been chosen, such precious little souls they are... And may the Gods be with them, if they wish to make it very far... For Santa's Little Helper does not say, but knows important things... He knows when you've been bad... more
  • Jessica's Footprints

    by J.R. Evangelisti

    Atmospheric ionic transgression, electro kinetic propulsion, exceeding the speed of light, this is Science Fiction with a touch of the paranormal. A true mystery for teens and adults, that unfolds during the Christmas season. The story starts in 20,000 BC in Australia where two children a girl age nine and a boy age six walk to the edge of a marsh where tragedy strikes. 
     
    In current times, a seventeen year old girl named Jessica involved on an archeological field trip nea... more

  • Hypnagogic Shifters: Superposition

    by Penelope M. Fernandez

    All of humanity will never fly, but a few men will get wings. Blaz Kruger is a wingless man, leading a meaningless life, until his path intersects with a bizarre character who goes by the name of Cain. Plucked from the membrane of normality and dragged into the heart of chaos, Blaz embarks on an astounding journey, which eventually transforms his soul. Cain forces Blaz to endure a series of grueling psychological assessments. Beguiled by Cain’s deceptive words, Blaz is driven to the edg... more

  • The Island of Doctor Moreau

    by H. G. Wells
    The terrors of scientific progress unhinged from humanity are vividly portrayed in this full cast audio dramatization of the classic tale of a biologist’s horrifying experiments and their tragic result. The Cold War setting of this adaptation brings Wells’ questions of the fundamental nature of humanity into frightening new light.
  • The Darkest Side of Saturn: Odyssey of a Reluctant Prophet of Doom

    by Tony Taylor
    It's 1997 at a mountaintop observatory in Southern California where spacecraft navigator Harris Mitchel and astronomer Diana Muse-Jones discover a dangerous asteroid which may hit the earth within two decades. As the asteroid tumbles through space towards an uncertain impact, Harris and Diana fight bitterly over how to announce their discovery. When Harris goes public to a skeptical world--at the cost of his and Diana's careers--he sends their already turbulent relationship into a blaze of conf... more
  • The Last Daughter of Lilith

    by J.L. Metcalf
    In Katrina's ordinary world everything has a place and there is an order to life. In one day her entire orderly life is shattered. Her parents disappear, a handsome man shows up at her doorstep and she has to face a world she didn't want to believe in. She begins to face her family history and her own demons while gearing up to fight a battle that will decide the fate of humanity.
  • The Business of Death

    by Leigh Teale

    Jacquelyn "Jack" Devlin has spent her whole life swept forward on a current of good luck. Her twin sister Mallory hasn't been so blessed. Consumed by the idea that her bad luck is Jack's fault, Mallory gives in to the darkness and shuffles her mortal coil for good.

    Once deceased, Mallory finds the Beyond full of possibilities. Determined to make Jack pay for 25 years of hospital stays, bad decisions, and broken dreams, she seeks help from the scheming head of the Depar... more

  • Angels of the Quantum Gate

    by William David Hannah
    My book is science fiction with a twist. It is certainly science fiction with fantasy elements, but it is encapsulated in a wry, ironic, satirical first person narrative that is very convincing. It involves a simple man who is swept into galactic encounters, universal truths, and purposes that are beyond understanding. The sardonic evolves into the spiritual in a work that, somewhere, may require belief.
  • The Dream Crystals of Gandara

    by Charlotte McGary and Sharon Faiola-Petersen
  • Mechalarum

    by Emma Larkins
    Under a dust storm spawned by nature and sustained by technology, a hidden Citadel protects humanity’s final hope. Sciencers toil to execute Serl Aris Jolorn’s last-ditch plan to defeat the offworld Losh, who have rained death from the skies for twenty years. The plan is simple—build and perfect Mechalarum flying suits for fearless pilots to infiltrate and destroy the Losh airships from within. The most skilled of these pilots, Kiellen Corr, has never wavered in her dedication to the cau... more
  • The Redemption of Erâth: Consolation

    by Satis
    In the fallen world of Erâth, a place overrun by the forces of Darkness, a young boy is taken in by his grandfather when his parents perish in a fire at his birth. Feared and misunderstood by everyone around him, Brandyé Dui-Erâth grows up alone, save for a single family who sees the sadness in his heart. Through his grandfather’s many fireside tales, Brandyé begins to learn the true nature of the world around him. As Darkness and its creatures begin to creep into the once-safe lands of Consol... more
  • The Sibyl (The Oracle Series Book 1)

    by Cynthia D. Witherspoon
    Some tragedies are best left forgotten. Eva McRayne wanted a steady paycheck, not a television show. But when Elliot Lancaster hands her the opportunity to discredit his paranormal findings on camera, she finds it impossible to turn him down. Her life changes in more ways than one after she goes to New York to learn more about the theories she will be shooting down on television. Eva McRayne encounters a Sibyl desperate to be free of the shackles which bind her to Apollo. Shackles she bin... more
  • From The Sky: Arrival

    by David McGowan
    Camberway is like any small northern California town. An everyday community living everyday lives. Until the arrival. When the ground starts to shake beneath their feet... When the noises crash through the skies above their heads... When the giant UFOs appear and send down their beams, their terrible beams... Camberway is rocked to its very foundations, as a series of bizarre events changes all of their lives, forever. What will become of Camberway, and the people who call it home?... more

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