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  • The Calling: Who will stand by your side as you make the final bid for survival of human life on Earth? (The Protector Series Bo

    by C. S. Lane
    New Earth’s humans, have only one last chance to prove they’re worthy enough to survive. They need all the help that they can get. They need the Protectors… Their journey will take them through the extinction of the Neanderthal man and up to the Second-Sino Japanese War, as they try to help humans do things differently this time around. \tMarissa, a Protector charged with guarding human’s right to free will, gladly accepted her Calling. But the pain and heartache that she’s experienced fr... more
  • Sophie's Wish (Angelic Hosts Series Book 3)

    by Michele E. Gwynn

    A child of destiny, Sophie Fairchild’s origins were a mystery to her parents, Nanette and Charles. Unable to conceive on their own, Nanette had prayed to God every day at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Montmartre located on the Rue du Chevalier-de-Barre in Paris that He would bless her and her husband with a child. Found on their doorstep one winter morning tucked away in a wicker basket, surrounded by two fat cats and several doves, Sophie was the answer to their prayers. Five yea... more

  • Murder In Absentia: Urban Fantasy in Ancient Rome (Stories of Togas, Daggers, and Magic Book 1)

    by Assaph Mehr

    This is the first Story of Togas, Daggers and Magic - for lovers of Ancient Rome, Murder Mysteries, and Urban Fantasy.

     

    "Mehr creates a vivid cast and an equally vivid setting in which magic just seems to fit in perfectly."

    -- Richard Knaak, NYT best-selling author ofauthor of Legends of Huma

     

    "Mehr's imagined world based on ancient Rome feels at once familiar and dream... more

  • Whispers From The Abyss 2: The Horrors That Were and Shall Be

    by Kat Rocha
    The WHISPERS FROM THE ABYSS anthology series returns with more H.P. Lovecraft-inspired fiction created for readers on the go. Contained within are 25 spine-chilling tales by Laird Barron (The Imago Sequence), Cody Goodfellow (Spore), Greg Stolze (Delta Green), A.C. Wise (Future Lovecraft), John Palisano (Dust of the Dead), John C. Foster (Dead Men), Orrin Grey (Painted Monsters & Other Strange Beasts), Dennis Detwiller (Delta Green), Chad Fifer (The H.P. Lovecraft Literary Podcast), Konstantine ... more
  • Dissident: Forbidden Things Book One

    by Nikki McCormack
    An orphan from a disgraced family, trapped by her father’s treason, Indigo struggles to reclaim her place in a society that has driven her into an abusive engagement until a mysterious stranger from a neighboring country contacts her through magic. He needs help escaping his prison so he can bring an end to his emperor's oppressive rule or die trying. His unshakable devotion to his cause and the passion hidden behind his cool arrogance move her to help him at the risk of being branded a traitor ... more
  • The Last Giant: Transgression, Part 2 (The Lindensaga(TM) Book 1)

    by J. R. Hardesty
    His decision made, Menannon returns to Kalyria to face the increasing evil and soon finds himself swept up in the rapidly escalating events. Faced with a growing despotism led by the Black Teluri Azuron, open rebellion erupts with Menannon and his father, Gorlanndon, in the thick of it. In the face of a strengthening opposition, Azuron resorts to desperate tactics with unexpectedly disastrous results. Who will survive and who will perish?
  • Perfect Likeness

    by J. M. Phillippe
    Quick-witted 24-year-old office worker Allyson Smart is the perfect woman -- in her dreams. In real life, Ally has to deal with the clumsiness of her size-16 body, the good intentions of her over-achiever best-friend, and the condescending attitude of her too-cool little sister. Ally strives for the kind of unachievable perfection she has in her fantasies: amazing body, clever come-backs, and passionate romances. But when the fantasized version of herself shows up in her bathroom mirror, calling... more
  • A World Rebuilt

    by R.K. Ward
    Charlie Spencer should not exist. She should have died in the explosion that started World War III. Instead, she survives and finds herself 1,000 years in a future where her very existence must be hidden. The world is still tainted with nuclear waste, causing sickness and death. The waste is also responsible for a small number of mutants whose presence seems to prevent and even cure disease. Charlie is one of these mutants, her DNA changed by a millennium of exposure to the waste. She may hold ... more
  • After the Harvest

    by Rochelle Karina
    Justice is not a dish served in this town. Twenty-­five years ago, Patty and Bobby drove across country to visit his family for the holidays, but they got lost in rural Texas. When their car breaks down near an old, abandoned gas station, they decide to stay for the night and seek help in the morning. However, everything is not as it seems. The town has a very dark secret that they will do anything to keep quiet. Patty is kidnapped and eventually faces the horrific truth. She must find a w... more
  • God of Dung

    by A.A. Jordan
    Clarence is a retired architect looking to check himself into a senior’s home, but after one too many beers he wakes up one morning in a home for retired Gods – millions of them. From every age and every faith, these disagreeable deities are crammed into a temple that has long since exceeded its maximum capacity, and they’re praying for Clarence to give their small sanctuary an urgent upgrade before it reaches critical mass.
  • Anomaly Flats

    by Clayton Smith
    Somewhere just off the interstate, in the heart of the American Midwest, there’s a quaint, quirky town where the stars in the sky circle a hypnotic void….where magnetic fields play havoc with time and perception…where metallic rain and plasma rivers and tentacles in the plumbing are simply part of the unsettling charm. Mallory Jenkins is about to experience the unique properties of this place for herself – she’ll have no choice, considering the collapsed bridge that rerouted her urgent and myste... more
  • Stone and a Hard Place

    by R. L. King
    It’s hard enough for Alastair Stone to keep his two lives—powerful mage and mundane Occult Studies professor—separate without an old friend asking him to take on a new apprentice. Especially after a university colleague wants him to investigate a massive old house for things that go bump in the night. Still, Stone figures it’s an easy job: just turn up, put on a little show, and announce that the house is clean. Only it isn’t. A malevolent spirit is reawakening in the basement, imprisoned bet... more
  • MERLIN 2035

    by Lee Andersen
    **5 STAR rated on GOODREADS.COM** All souls stolen from Hell… A fiend is obsessed by the Tears of Athena... Evil scheme to enslave humans for Eternity! A Submarine, The USS Thornback was nearly crushed by an EP, of souls stolen from Hell in WWII. Now, a fiend rises to enslave humanity and destroy the planet. Strange silver puddles are poisoning the environment, a possible sign of drought or is it something else? The president’s private defense agency, originally founded by George ... more
  • 978-1508606680

    by Ronald Edwin Lane
    One Crow Shy of a Full Murder is the first of a series of stories dealing with a super race of crows. It is a tragic comedy of sorts, infused with elements of science fiction and horror. Telling this story almost entirely from a crow’s point of view created many challenges for me as a writer. How does a crow see the world? That’s hard to say, but the more we study other species, the more we find that they share many if not all of the same emotions we experience. Working in agriculture for over t... more
  • 978-1502598776

    by Ronald Edwin Lane
    In Silent Lucidity is a collection of twenty-six short stories, seventeen of which were published in literary journals, and two that were contest award winners. It's not a long book, only around 67,000 words, and the stories range from odd or dark science fiction and fantasy, to snippets of historical fiction with a dark side. For instance, the story Ebb Cade is about a black man who was injected with plutonium without his knowledge by the DOE (a true story). Another story brings to life the anc... more
  • Flying Saucers

    by Emil Venere
    Journalist Jane Hale seeks the truth about UFOs in this science fiction suspense that revolves around a conspiracy: Flying saucers are a product of human -- not alien -- ingenuity. The United States purloined the technology from the Germans at the end of the war and then began a clandestine program to produce a fleet of antigravity vehicles; Harry Truman secretly nurtured the program after the saucers' sensational showing in demonstrations the president himself ordered over Washington in 1952; i... more

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