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  • Jude - Book 1: Transit Hall 37 North 6

    by Eric Callcut
    Air-conditioning engineer was a good job, in the future. The Last Beautiful Republic, a good place to live: the only place to live. And Jude was faring unquestioningly well regarding his professional evolutionary curve, his family status development, his social positioning. Until the day his transit was refused. And his life began …
  • Seal of the King

    by Ralph Smith
    The battle between dark and light rages and the world is on the cusp of a tipping point. Will an age of darkness befall mankind or will the light prevail? David and Aurora have seen visions of each other their entire lives but never met, until now. Aurora a fearsome warrior and David a simple farmer are thrust into the heart of the battle. An ancient prophecy foretells of their final showdown with the Dark One. Will their faith be strong enough for them to prevail? Join them as they embark o... more
  • The Shaman and other shadows

    by Alessandro Manzetti
    A gothic and disturbing poems collection, an exciting journey into the nightmare that will leave you breathless. Words to be read more than once, to hear again the sound of the emotions that rotate inside the magical kaleidoscope imagined by the authors. You will never be the same again, after being caught by that Venus, in all her forms.
  • Teleworld (Colorworld Book 2)

    by Rachel E. Kelly
    Wendy wishes she could be thrilled about her upcoming marriage to Gabe, but she thought that she'd be able to safely touch him by now. Subject number three, the one person known to have touched Wendy without being harmed, is finally found, but the woman only sheds further confusion on Wendy's strange condition. Determined to find some semblance of happiness, Wendy marries Gabe, but their relationship immediately takes a dramatic turn for the worse after a terrifying accident with Wendy's brother... more
  • Colorworld (Volume 1)

    by Rachel E. Kelly
    Wendy is a harried college girl caring for her orphaned younger brother. After an allergy trial gone horribly wrong, Wendy finds herself possessing super-senses and unable to touch people without killing them. She turns to energy healers for help, only to learn that they may be more interested in her shocking ability than in curing her. With nowhere else to turn, however, she befriends and falls in love with Gabe, one of the people working for the Healers. He claims to have only her best interes... more
  • The Dawn of Mars

    by Jeff Ferry
    Revolution has come to Mars. Max Lupine has been secretly creating a virus to pacify and enslave the populace. However, a mining accident triggers a premature release of the virus and sets off a pandemic that causes the majority of the populace to become mindless killers. Beverly Gibson, lead scientist of the Delta Dig, tries to rally a resistance not only to battle the infected that roam the populated living domes of Mars, but to stop Max Lupine from consolidating his despotic power. Beverly is... more
  • The Crossroads of Time

    by Rhonda Denise Johnson
    Chloe Marshall, a student at Cal State Los Angeles, consults a Candomble priestess to discover why strange things keep happening in her life. On a journey through time and space she meets Ayodele, her ancestor and a captive on a Virginia tobacco plantation, and together the two women fulfill their entwined dreams to be more than is expected of them as women and as African Americans.
  • Uprising (The Dolan Prophecies Series) (Volume 1)

    by Melissa Simmons

    The year 2102--the world as it was no longer exists. Ravaged by nuclear war and polluted almost to the point of no return, Earth was dying. When the faeries came and brought their healing magic, humanity was grateful at first. Centuries of damage repaired in just five years, and during the course of that rehabilitation, they invaded. Quietly overthrown, the human race is now enslaved. The majority doesn’t even realize they have no free will. Branded, herded and kept only to further the ... more

  • The Automation: Vol. 1 of the Circo del Herrero Series

    by G.B. Gabbler
    The capital-A Automatons of Greco-Roman myth aren’t clockwork. Their design is much more divine. They’re more intricate than robots or androids or anything else mortal humans could invent. Their windup keys are their human Masters. They aren’t mindless; they have infinite storage space. And, because they have more than one form, they’re more versatile and portable than, say, your cell phone—and much more useful too. The only thing these god-forged beings share in common with those lowercase-A au... more
  • Music City

    by Sara M. Harvey
    Banished from Ireland in the wake of an accident that snatched away both her mortal lover, Michael, and her banshee voice’s power to sing souls to the beyond, Keela O’Reardon sets out to find the the Oran na Céle, the original banshee song, whose power birthed the banshees themselves. A century before, a mortal stole the song from the banshees and hid it somewhere deep in the history of Music City. If Keela can restore the Oran na Céle to Ireland, she can return to her home, bring Michael back f... more
  • REHO

    by D. L. Denham

    Nuclear war destroyed the OldWorld. But that was just the beginning. During humanity’s darkest hour, an ancient alien race struck, waging a two-year war with Earth’s survivors. Humankind lost the war and scattered, waiting for the day to take back Earth.

    Reho, a young, survival-hardened man wandering the Blastlands of Usona searches for redemption as he teams up with Ends’ merchant crew on their way to deliver OldWorld GPS devices to New Afrika.  Haunted by... more

  • Gemini

    by Randy Eberle

    Sometimes, your past can come back to haunt you...

    In the Spring of 1987, Justine Knox watched as a madman brutally murdered her fiance before turning his rage on her by savagely raping her.  The attack left her wounded and broken.

    And pregnant.

    With the support of her family, Justine makes the difficult decision to have an abortion.  Unbeknownst to her, she would have given birth to twins...

    Nearly twenty years later, with a new name and a family of her own,... more

  • Cephrael's Hand: A Pattern of Shadow & Light Book One

    by Melissa McPhail

    "All things are composed of patterns..." And within the pattern of the realm of Alorin, three strands must cross:

    In Alorin...three hundred years after the genocidal Adept Wars, the realm is dying, and the blessed Adept race dies with it. One man holds the secret to reverting this decline: Bjorn van Gelderan, a dangerous and enigmatic man whose shocking betrayal three centuries past earned him a traitor's brand. It is the Adept ... more

  • Minstrel

    by Marissa Ames
    Arriving in the royal city of Cynegil just after the good king’s death, Liam and his traveling troupe face arrest for entertaining during a time of mourning. The new king, Riordan, offers them a choice: play for the court as he demands or be punished for the crime. With little recourse, they acquiesce. While the troupe entertains within the hall, Liam witnesses the dissension between the king and his twin brother, Shamus. When Shamus enlists Liam to record the kingdom’s history from his own view... more
  • The Travelers

    by Keith McCoy

    "The most intense journeys are never geographical."  In 1947, the luxury liner QUEEN MARY transmits a message which is intercepted by an extraterrestrial intelligence.  This errant radio signal serves as a beacon for a North Atlantic encounter between James and Jess Bennett, a GI and his British war bride, and an otherworldly, desperate mother and her two small children.  The Bennetts left Southampton with only each other but arrive in New York as a family.  In the present day, Guy Turner, a ... more

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