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  • Bright Blue Planet

    by Kim Catanzarite
    Continuing the story that began with They Will Be Coming for Us and Jovian Son, Bright Blue Planet, Book 3 in The Jovian Universe, takes readers behind the scenes of the otherworldly Jovian family, revealing their most startling secrets. Former three-term President of the United States, Evander Peterman, does his best to uphold the promise he made his human mother, Svetlana, to protect ordinary humans from the stronger, more-intelligent race of clones the powerful Jovian family has created. ... more
  • Silverskin

    by Caitee Cooper

    “Tips of cloud tendrils brushed over the shaggy green landscape as the two of them climbed higher onto the ridge. Ellie followed her father’s shape up the slope as it passed in and out of the mists. 

    And then an unearthly howl shattered the peaceful mountain air.”

        When Ellie Forth sets out to have a great Alaskan adventure with her remaining family members, she’s got something to prove—and not ... more

  • Jigglyspot and the Zero Intellect: An Addictive Horror Novel

    by P.D. Alleva
    Carnivals, Cannibals, and Clowns. Oh My! Wanna go for a ride? Meet Jigglyspot, a five-foot tall half human half warlock carnival clown who spends his free time moonlighting as a drug dealing pimp and lackey for demonic entities who prey on the weak and vulnerable, casting their dark shadow across humanity through manipulation, and fear. Jigglyspot was selected to serve as the event coordinator for 2019’s Summer Solstice Celebration at the prestigious Cannibal Café. A celebration th... more
  • The Sands of Akhirah (The Valor of Valhalla Book 2)

    by Martin Kearns
    Months after the loss of Rose, David finds himself traveling through the Middle East to find the one he holds ultimately responsible for her death. But stumbling upon a dark tycoon with the same agenda sends David on a path he’d never thought possible. One of revelation and reclamation. Navigating a gauntlet of the supernatural has taken a toll on Chelsea and Dodd. The children of Lilith are no longer plaguing their world, but another vile creation awaits them in the shadows. A perversion of ... more
  • Slashtag

    by Jon Cohn
    Welcome to Slashtag, the most immersive horror reality competition series in history! Tag along as seven of America's favorite celebrities step into the infamous Propitius Hotel, home to one of the most prolific serial killers in history - Arthur Wilson. Arthur built and operated the Propitius Hotel from 1905 until 1928 when dozens of bodies were found in his hotel, along with countless hidden torture rooms throughout the hotel. Arthur disappeared, seemingly never to be caught. He then return... more
  • Nobody's War

    by A.S. Dhavale
    A fast-paced space opera set in the far future. The story progresses from depicting intense political conflicts to a war between two intra-galactic forces but ultimately delves into the emotional upheavals of its solid yet absolutely crazy characters! Walk with President Zxea, a strong female leader of the modern world. Laugh with Xules, a 'no guilt' attached dealer. Carve out your niche in this big, bad universe with Kubo, a young girl with immense talent and strong emotional longings. Quest... more
  • The Mirror Dance: A French Quarter Faerie Tale

    by Annie Russell
    Mimi Blanchard survived a hand-to-mouth existence after her family perished and her father abandoned her to drink and delusion. The tenacity needed to stay alive within the dark streets and alleyways of the French Quarter would become essential when the faerie that has stalked her family comes for her. Can a monk who has the ability to travel through time right the ancient wrong that destroyed Mimi's family before it destroys her as well? In Book 3 of the Faerie Tale Chronicles, the Baobhan Sid... more
  • Diamond City

    by Astrid Cole
    Pizza-loving Sage will do anything for a ticket to Prince Louis’ birthday party, whether that’s shooting bad guys at bars, chasing them in hover cars, or dropping one hundred stories from the highest skyscraper in Diamond City. She doesn’t mind attracting a little bit of positive attention from the royal family so long as no one learns her true secret: She hails from an ancient warrior race, and kicking ass in war is her specialty. Only those days are long over. At least, she thinks they are... more
  • The Posh Prepper

    by Todd Knight
    In 2035, in a hopelessly broken world, Nick Ritter is The Posh Prepper, a gifted crisis consultant who sells disaster-survival plans to rich and powerful clients. Haunted by corrupt clients and a tragic past, Nick lives a reclusive life in overcrowded Boston, counting the days until he can retire to his survival ranch in New Zealand. But when he gets an insider tip that a deadly virus is tearing through Boston, Nick has 24 hours to escape the city and flee to New Zealand. He has the perfec... more
  • Where Liberty Lies

    by Nathaniel Wrey
    Book Two in the Liberty Trilogy and sequel to award-winning novel, Liberty Bound. A new world opens up for Finbarl and Aminatra after their rebellion and escape from the claustrophobic restraints and smoking ruins of their isolated hometown, Athenia. Hopes and dreams drive them across the near impregnable mountains in their quest for freedom and a better life in the aftermath of civilisation’s collapse. Amid a more conducive environment, new dangers and surprises hinder their progress, until,... more
  • The Initiatives

    by L Leon
    In a world plagued by division and chaos, the Lawyer and his friend Yuryll embark on a mission to create a better world. They post an Election Initiative on GitHub, a plan that will change the world forever. The first two rules read, 1. THE PURPOSE The purpose of these rules is to govern an election to elect: (a) Firstly, 200,000 deserving individuals; and (b) Then, 1 million individuals will be elected based on the population ratio of each country or territory in the world ... more
  • The Lost Journals of Phineas Finke

    by Stephen Barnwell
    In 1906, photographer Phineas Finke discovered a new emulsion for his glass plates. It was sensitive to a very special frequency of light that allowed him to see into another dimension. At first, he was excited and fascinated by the intriguing images and bizarre creatures that his New Emulsion captured. Soon, however, enthusiasm turned to terror, as horrific beings from another dimension began to infest the countryside, the nearby town of Arkham, and finally his own home. Join Phineas Fin... more
  • The Wild Fall

    by Katherine Silva
    It has been ten years since the Merging, since the Woods began taking over the world, since ghosts returned to haunt their loved ones. Liz Raleigh has hidden in the New England wilderness with Hank, his daughter, Evie, and their small group, trying to eke out a small but normal life. Though Liz longs to forget the time she spent attached to her best friend and lover, Brody's ghost, she finds herself pursued by a shadow of his former self and dreams of a life they could have lived together had he... more
  • The Final Season (Planet Gallywood #1)

    by Andrew Gillsmith
    For fans of Douglas Adams, Kurt Vonnegut, Monty Python, and PG Wodehouse. It's one thing to know that the End is coming, quite another to know the exact date and time right down to the nanosecond. Such is the unhappy fate of the inhabitants of Rexos-4, a once-thriving planet that has lived under the doom of an inevitable apocalypse for millenia. Their entire philosophy of life may be summed up by the phrase "Mxtlpicam' bnak ooligapn," which in most languages translates to something along t... more
  • The Light That Takes: A Prequel Short Story (The Half-Light Chronicles)

    by Karyne Norton
    It's been fourteen years since Gaeren saw Aeliana disappear, but he still searches every port for his childhood friend. When the latest clue points to lands across the barrier, where people are no longer supposed to exist, Gaeren is forced to relive the painful memories of losing Aeliana in order to discover if she's still within his reach.
  • Borrowed Robes

    by K. P. Ambroziak
    The young Lady Oona understands her value as the only heir in the line of Alba’s High Kings, but she hasn’t come to realize her worth as a descendant of Hecate, the ancient goddess of witchcraft. That is until her father arranges her marriage to the cruel Earl Gille, to produce the son who will take back the throne that was stolen from his line. Oona knows an heir with Gille means her downfall, and the destruction of her magic. So she conjures up the goddess of witchcraft to arm her with t... more
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