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  • The Great Migration

    by Steve Ramirez
    After a hundred years of peace on the remote continent of the Kingdom, evidence of the mysterious beings known as the s’orne has been discovered. Having just completed an eight-month wilderness tour, Bellona Stanick is ignorant of the threat as she arrives at the nation's capital to attend the city's weeklong summer festival. Along with three other members of her tour group, Bellona hopes to enjoy the week's festivities while exploring her newfound feelings for her guide, Luta, a member of th... more
  • Earthly Bodies

    by Susan Earlam
    It is 2058. Rebecca, a widow, receives an invitation to leave Earth and start over, but nature has evolved and is tagging along for the ride. Earthly Bodies is a dystopian eco-horror story that spans the ages, where strangers reveal their contribution to an extraordinary act of survival.
  • Famuli Cani

    by Alan Golbourn
    PENITUS IN NEMUS Dating back centuries, evil has returned inside Rothiemurchus Forest. With stories of people disappearing down the years and reports of fires being seen in the forest at night, animals have also been found dead — mutilated and slaughtered. When a farm, surrounded by the rich forest, is affected by unexplainable events and horrific slaughtering of some of the defenceless animals, a group; including an uncle and nephew, will soon face an unimaginable terror and horror, beyon... more
  • Caspian's Fortune

    by Eric Warren
    He needs a payday. He’ll settle for payback. Betrayed and left to rot on the edges of the galaxy, Caspian Robeaux is deep in debt and stuck flying courier missions in an old rustbucket he can barely keep afloat. His only friends are an annoying robot named Box and a bottle of booze. It’s a far cry from his once-promising military career, but Cas stopped caring a long time ago. Things start to look up, though, when a stranger arrives and offers a lucrative job that Cas can’t refuse, with... more
  • Camilla's Story

    by Nikki Lynne
    The Wills' chaos dooms the world. She must contain them, or the destruction of Humans and Elements will be on her hands... The Goddess accepted the Humans onto her land, only to be met with war and devastation. Still, the Wills want them to stay. The only chance she has is to lean on her Fighter's love. A love that should never have occurred. Hammond will do anything for his Goddess, as is his duty. He knows he should not love her, but their souls are bound. And she needs him more now than ev... more
  • The Eternity Project

    by Jeff Schanz

    A discovery that wasn’t meant to happen.

    On a timeline that shouldn’t exist.

    When Reid Walton, an unacclaimed community college history professor and obscure conspiracy author, is invited to join a billionaire’s mysterious science project as a history expert, he has no idea why they chose him, or what to expect. Sequestered in a secluded mountain laboratory, he is introduced to their mind-blowing venture: stable time travel, safe enough for a public attraction.... more

  • Female Attributes

    by Kim Souza Carson
    Set in the future where women are the major population and "monitor" males, men are “kept” for fertilization, or the ones that are kept for work are sterilized, some elite few are used as pleasurers after rigorous screening and testing procedures, rouge males are “processed” and used for less than desirable options. Kept in secure places, men are tested and monitored for the best DNA and tested for the best personality traits. But one of the young scientist, Lilly Bloom, ends up falling in love ... more
  • The Wooded Instrument

    by Kim Souza Carson
    n the fantasy-romance novel, The Wooded Instrument, Shyla, is a struggling artist and the wife of an up and coming lawyer, Tony Carino. With their marriage on rocky ground, Tony lands a higher earning job with perks, although it comes with a relocation stipulation to another state and an altogether different way of living for them. He feels the change would do them good. Living isolated and near the woods proves to be an artistic outlet for Shyla, she finds herself exploring the woods for her ph... more
  • The Virgo Paradox

    by R.H. Johnson
    The year is 2029, and U.S. President Bill Riley has more problems than he knows what to do with, including Russia, China, environmental collapse, and yet another pandemic. Then NASA drops something new on his desk: an interstellar visitor that promises to change the world forever. This science-based thriller offers an inside look at the global effort to avert catastrophe before time ends.
  • King Harold II

    by Peter Burke
    Strange markings are found in a twelfth-century wall. A retired stonemason seeks to unravel a hidden message carved in haste by an ancient stonemason who risked his life to leave symbols cut into stone so deep that they would remain silent for nine hundred years, until someone should read these symbols and search for their meaning. Who left these strange symbols? Is it possible that a retired stonemason in this modern world could discover the meaning of symbols left by a fellow mason so long ago... more
  • The Pawns

    by Ron Gabriel
    A psychologist uses witchcraft to treat an abused boy, and finds himself in a race with the Devil—literally—when his magic inadvertently exposes his patient to a demon. Travis is a witch practicing psychotherapy in modern day Bucharest. He’s devised an orb that siphons human trauma to replenish his power. The sphere induces patients to share deep secrets, much like hypnosis, and repressed pain is extracted without any harm done. At least that’s how it’s supposed to work. The doctor cannot ... more
  • Soulwinder

    by Travis Daniel Bow
    Three strangers. Two plots. One champion. In the crater of a volcanic island, musical magic and enchanted swordplay rule society. Every seven years a champion from each caste climbs the tournament ladder for a chance at a new life. This year three apparent strangers—a sabotaged craftsman trying to save his mentally disabled father, a legendary duelist resisting the machinations of her master, and a Magistry janitor fighting an empathy-sapping talent—are desperate to reach the final battle. ... more
  • The Other Mermaid

    by Billy O'Shea
    Army medic Daniel Manston has already been executed once for a crime he didn’t commit, and now he’s determined to stay alive. But to do so, he must solve a centuries-old riddle about the relationship between the sea people and humanity. On the remote arctic island of Svalbard, he finds an ally in Deryn, a female hermit whose task is to transcribe records of the ancient past. Together, they stumble upon a terrible truth that changes everything – and puts them both in mortal danger.
  • The Witches World in the Ocean

    by elijah edwin
    The Witches World in the Ocean is an invisible world bigger and hidden beneath the Pacific Ocean. It has not been discovered by man or science because it's in the preternatural realm. It's only known by it's residents and invited humans. When the protagonist of the unearthly story, Matea and her best friend, Jadranka, are invited by their new schoolmate and friend to join the Witches World in the Ocean, they are baffled with the fact that no one actually cajoles them to join but are allowed to j... more
  • Un-Para_Llel

    by E. Robert Dunn
    For millions of years, Earth was fertile and rich. Then pollution and waste began to take their toll. Civilization fled to the stars for sanctuary. First, as prospectors seeking riches, then as explorers, and finally as settlers. Planets in the Glaser 667 were among many colonized and used to re-build what had been destroyed. On the planet Un, a widowed matriarch and her sons are stranded with strangers out, of all places, in the desert. Making it difficult to survive the heat, no water, and ... more
  • Trailer Trash Havana

    by Junio Carols
    Most people dream of escaping the rat race, their everyday humdrum lives on the treadmill. Time is their invisible enemy. What could be more exciting than relocating abroad to your very own trailer by the sea: mortgage free, cheap living, surrounded by sun, sea, and sangria? Ah, paradise! Or is it?

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