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  • Flight Of The Feathered Serpent (Vol. 3, 2nd Ed.)

    by Dana Alexander

    An old and deadly enemy.

    A danger reaching beyond life’s boundaries.

    A love destined for all eternity…

    A silent killer sweeps humanity, consuming its life force, threatening an eternal reign of darkness. After narrowly escaping this shadowy force in the highlands of Scotland, New York psychiatrist Sara Forrester is tasked with finding the second key of life—by unlocking the riddles of Mayan myth in the shrouded depths of the Yuca... more

  • Calixta, The Vanquishers of Alhambra

    by Omayra Vélez
    Calixta is the first book in a new series, The Vanquishers of Alhambra, is a real page-turner. Explore this dark new series world where good and evil, honor and prejudices are blurred by a stroke of the pen. The poor souls in Alhambra live and die, shrouded under the long hand of their misguided faith and the influence of their trades. The people of the kingdoms are directly responsible for the decisions that affect the delicate balance between the two extremes. Readers of Omayra Vélez’s earlier... more
  • Hollingsworth (Howlers Book 4)

    by Tom Bont
    Two months ago, FBI Agent Angela Hollingsworth didn’t know the supernatural existed. One full moon later, it’s her new calling as she and her werewolf partner battle succubae, witches, and inter-dimensional beings called Doormen who have a shocking connection to her past. Now she must race to stop the Doormen from summoning an intelligence as old as creation itself before it consumes mankind’s existence.
  • Moon Deeds

    by Palmer Pickering
    It’s 2090, when the last outpost of freedom is the moon, and the best defense against technology is magic. Twins Cassidy and Torr must save Earth from a global dictatorship at a time when the only force more powerful than technology is magic. The twins possess deeds to land on the moon, which they dream of using to escape Earth—but the moon deeds prove to be much more than they bargained for. Moon Deeds launches the siblings’ journey to the moon colony, where they must learn their power a... more
  • Alaric Thain's History of the 21st Century

    by Alaric Thain
    Alaric Thain’s “History of the 21st Century” recounts the events of the age in a way that can be understood by people of the 29th century. Alaric Thain was born in 2064 but travelled extensively at relativistic speeds until he returned to Earth and wrote his seminal work in 2864. His point of view is unique, as he is able both to understand the motivations of 21st-century humans and explain them to 29th-century humans. The “History of the 21st Century" is divided into three sections. The fir... more
  • DAEIOS

    by Colleen Eccles Penor

    They believed Daeios would be a safe haven. 

    They were wrong. 

    Fleeing apocalyptic weather, a young survivalist woman and her family seek safety deep underground. But a new danger awaits them.

    When the leaders of the shelter announce their plans to repopulate the earth using all fertile females, Shea knows she will be forced to become a breeder. Horrified at her impending fate, Shea must make the gut-wrenching decision whether to br... more

  • Edge of Perception: A Paranormal Science Fiction Love Story

    by Steve Bellinger
    If ghosts can visit us, can we visit them? Ron Lewis’ education and career are firmly rooted in science. But a curse that dates back to the days of slavery has plagued him since childhood. Born in a black ghetto in Chicago in the 1960s, Ron’s pragmatism is at odds with his experiences; whether it’s the trials of an interracial relationship or the supernatural forces that he can’t seem to avoid. Just when he thinks he’s finally found peace of mind, Ron’s life is upended by tragedy. He ge... more
  • The Legacy of King Jasteroth Vol. 2: The Journey to Oclesedor

    by S. L. Wyllie

    After uncovering King Jasteroth's secret plot to conquer the Eastern Realm, Princess Ariella and her Royal Guards must embark on the perilous journey to Oclesedor...


    However, they soon become the targets of the Commander of the Black Magic Sorcerers and his ruthless fire-breathing abomination. Ariella begins to doubt where the loyalties of her company lie as the troublesome pair effortlessly track her every move. Are the Black Magic Sorcerers' untimely appearances purely c... more

  • Gargoyle Huntress

    by Jen Pretty
    My name is Harlow, and I am the loser who got suckered into the worst job in history. I am a gargoyle huntress. Thanks to a tiny bit of vandalism, I now wrestle wayward bitey devils back to their perches at way-too-early o’clock. But lately, something has gone wrong. Gargoyles all over the country are flying the coop, if you will. When a handsome stranger blows into town trying to convince me that this is my problem, I'd rather tell him to piss off. But I don’t have a choice. My gargoyle... more
  • The World Between

    by Sarah Orr Aten
    Jamir of Lur-lataer, Priest of The Almighty, is living with a curse. He’ll follow wherever his god directs him to go, but how can he trust in a plan that hasn’t been revealed? Marina, displaced in time, finds herself confronting a truth she never wanted to learn: she isn’t who she thinks she is. Jakar of House Arcanan jumped through a portal into the unknown after the woman he has always loved. He won’t leave her, because the future depends on them being together. Velundovil peels back ... more
  • Art for the Sake of Art (The Multiverse Askew Trilogy Book 1)

    by Christopher Brimmage
    For as long as Art can remember, he can’t bring himself to feel a single, solitary emotion about anything. According to the ridiculous nature of the Multiverse, this emotional emptiness has made him a messiah of sorts. And that’s precisely why a version of himself from an alternate reality appears on his doorstep, whisking him away on a dimension-hopping quest to save the Multiverse from dead dictators reincarnated as dwarves in Girl Scout uniforms.
  • To Kill a Fae (The Dragon Portal Book 1)

    by Jamie A. Waters
    The darkness holds more than just secrets... Marked for death, Sabine escaped from her home more than ten years ago. But the Wild Hunt will never give up. It should have been easy to stay hidden. All Sabine had to do was keep her head down, avoid telling anyone about her past, and above all else -- not let her glamour drop. Even the best-laid plans eventually fall apart. When a charismatic stranger arrives in the city, Sabine finds herself unwittingly drawn to him and the power s... more
  • Science Fiction Films of The 20th Century: 1957

    by Theresa M. Moore
    A collection of essays by the author about films which were important to pop culture and the genre. Each essay includes a complete plot synopsis, additional analyses and notes, anecdotal information and data, where possible; since some films have been lost. Each has been selected for addition to this volume based on the author's experience as a fan of science fiction and a film critic. Some of the films may seem like cheaply made popcorn thrillers but when seen for their themes and impact they w... more
  • Athena's Choice

    by Adam Boostrom

    In this sci-fi debut, men have gone extinct, and one woman must decide how society should continue.

    "A daring book that will stay in readers’ minds long after the final page."
    --Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

  • Austin Wyrd

    by Steve Curry
    Even a “divinely chosen” warrior can’t avoid cops, spies and vengeful exes when fate drops a supernatural murder behind his heavy-metal Goth bar.
  • Force Majeure

    by Ashley J. Barner & Jennifer Sanders
    Magic... and murder? Reclusive witch Hulda van Dusen has spent the last five years hiding at home with her beloved Grandpapa, but suddenly he’s gone, and the circumstances don't add up. A series of monstrous, magical attacks makes it clear: someone wants her dead too. But Hulda's a fighter, and has magic of her own—as do her genius brother and pyromaniac sister. And putting the puzzle together with the help of some new friends might just teach her how to live again—if it doesn't kill her ... more

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