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  • Broken Heart

    by Ellery Fenn

    How far would you go to satisfy your darkest cravings?

    When Tabitha Greenwich walks into Jim's Pawnshop, he's struck by her beauty and timeless grace. This perception quickly shatters when she tells him the story that brought her there, a tale so twisted and impossible that Jim doesn't know what to believe.

    Can this charismatic stranger be the cannibal she claims to be?

  • Whitehorse Peak

    by Peter Badzey
    On the borderlands of the Kingdom of Deran, a young forest scout named Dar Cabot fights off an attack by goblin warriors and finds the ruins of a village, its homes burned and people slain. Eager for justice for the townsfolk, he enlists the help of an unlikely combination of allies: a halfling spy with a hidden past, the adopted son of a famous wizard, two half-elven sisters from a enemy land, a widowed priestess of the Elven god and a seemingly laid-back warrior with secrets of his own. Toget... more
  • A Slow Parade in Penderyn

    by David Hopkins

    In the port city of Penderyn, Silbrey once served as a soldier for the cruel, ambitious guildmaster. Silbrey escaped the city and her life of violence by rushing into marriage and motherhood. Now she returns to Penderyn to atone for her crimes and confront the guildmaster who controlled her.

    Silbrey discovers there is more to her past than even she realized, beyond the familiar cobbled streets of the city. What begins as a fairy tale transforms in an epic adventure about love and l... more

  • There was Music

    by J.D. Grubb
    Prisoner 43-1-12 contends with the voices of her past, present, and future in the war-altered world of Illirium. From a ranch outside a rural town, to a prison formed from city ruins, and a wilderness marked by supernatural encounters, There was Music explores the struggle between identity and the cost of survival, the power of music and the hope of healing.
  • A Soul Made of Cinders

    by Faith Larson
    This novel switches between the violent unwinding of Noah, a serial killer who seeks to teach a moral truth, and the unfurling romantic and personal life of Mary Paulson, a woman who realizes that she has lived her whole life and relationships simply going through the motions. After Mary is protected from her drunken boyfriend by a mysterious stranger on Halloween night, she pursues a friendship with her savior, which turns into more. As her life begins to fall into place, Mary starts to confron... more
  • The Next Step

    by Adrian Siska

    The story revolves around Adam Moore, the son of groundbreaking innovators and founders of the leading company in the android industry based in San Francisco. It’s the second half of the 21st century and androids have become a part of the every day’s routine in all aspects of life. Take on an epic journey throughout Adam’s life from his childhood to his adult years to find out what will be the next step in the evolution of androids. You will witness a fascinating sto... more

  • Archangels

    by Stan L. Guyer

    It was the year 2015 when Mykel turned 65 and decided to retire. When he began feeling poorly he went to see his doctor, and after all of the usual tests they found that he had cancer. He then goes against his family's wishes and goes to a cancer research center in New Mexico for treatment. While there, Mykel along with a lady (Nichole Morningdove) Volunteer for a secret test program that changes them forever. When Nichole is kidnaped by a renegade army captain who wants her for hi... more

  • The Impossible Weight of Life

    by Michael Bailey
    Written Backwards presents The Impossible Weight of Life, a painfully autobiographical collection of speculative fiction and poetry by Michael Bailey, author of previous collections such as Scales and Petals, Inkblots and Blood Spots, and Oversight. This time around, after an imbalanced world temporarily destroyed his vestibular system and flipped life upside-down (thanks to an extended bout of a strange condition called Bilateral Loss of Labyrinthine Function ), literally burned to the ground d... more
  • Sane Grace

    by Oliver Phipps
    In 2054 an alarming saturation of the illegal alien drug Fellirex hits the planet. The drug is cheap, highly addictive and could overwhelm the planet’s population in a short time. Lieutenant Grace Wolfe is a beautiful, dangerous and seemingly out of place special ops officer. But she may be just what is needed for this mission.
  • Young Adorok

    by A. J. Gallant
    "Liberally peppered with A. J. Gallant’s wit, we meet Adorok before he became an old and powerful wizard. Watch dragons fly across the skies, picture Adorok in his youth, powerful, yet naïve to the ways of the world, even as a warrior. War has devastated his world, the death toll is high and the hatred runs deep. Through it all, A.J. Gallant brings his characters to life, imbuing them with humor, strength, and determination without weighing his tale down. A good read, a fascinating escape, and ... more
  • Normalish 2: Forged by Lightning

    by Robert Gaspari
    If lightning struck you, how do you think it would change you if you survived? That's the reality Andy faced after lightning struck him twice on the same day!He could see and interact with the spirits of the dead and other invisible entities he never knew existed. This aftereffect knocked the normal right out of him. Andy said he was 'normalish' since what he saw wasn't normal. What could he do? He sought help from psychics and his logic was sound. They had a gift and must know how to turn... more
  • The Calla'cara Gambit

    by Robert Bartlett
    I used to be an itinerant Star Ship Captain. Then the Sentient Ships blackmailed me into helping them Emancipate from the Mercantile Empire in return for keeping the intelligence level of my personal AI a secret. I'm taking on bankers, lawyers and accountants, oh my! And a couple of serial killers, just to keep it spicy. I've got a plan, a crew and a deadline. Now I just need precise execution, a little luck and a whole lot of moxy to pull this off!
  • Poe-ish Tales Forevermore

    by Sue Marie St. Lee
    Poe-ish Tales Forevermore is a mini-anthology containing four short stories inspired by the works and life of Edgar Allan Poe. Poe’s stories and poems have stood the test of time and have been studied and enjoyed by generations of readers. The stories in this anthology were written as a tribute to the inspiration that is Edgar Allan Poe. You’ll be thankful for your nightlight when you’re finished reading these descriptive and macabre tales.
  • K3+

    by Erasmo Acosta
    Humanity is on the brink of change - whether it be catastrophic or utopian. When the colonization of Mars ends in failure, a new initiative begins with the survival of mankind at stake. As mass exodus to space leads to WWIII, one man's vision for a utopian society free of inequality, exploitation, and cruelty leads to explosive exploration across the galaxies and ultimately the fate of the human race.
  • Dreams of the Dying

    by Nicolas Lietzau

    If your mind is the enemy, where do you run?

    Years after a harrowing war experience, ex-mercenary Jespar Dal'Varek has taken to drifting. It's a lonely existence, but barring the occasional bout of melancholia, he has found the closest thing to peace a man like him deserves. Life is "all right."

    Or so he believes. Hoping to turn the page, Jespar accepts a mysterious invitation into the beautiful but dangerous archipelago of Kilay-and everything c... more

  • Crazy Rich Aliens

    by Jay Cannon

    Penda is heiress to one of the richest families in southeast Asia. Her dream is to create a startup that will commercialize space travel to Mars. To go her own way will ruin her relationship with her family, which is already strained from her being openly gay. Paul, her twin brother, wants to maintain family traditions and is angry with Penda for turning her back on them. Worse, Penda’s business partner is Paul’s ex-fiancée.

    At an elaborate costume ball, Penda and Pau... more

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