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  • Unfit Magazine Vol. 1

    by Daniel Scott White
    Featuring: David Brin, Robert Silverberg, Jerry Oltion, David R. Grigg, LJ Cohen, Emily Devenport, Eric Del Carlo, Joe Taylor, and Bruce Golden. Edited by Daniel Scott White. This magazine is about fiction that isn’t fit for ‘them’. What do I mean by ‘them’? Who in particular are ‘they’? They are the government. They are your parents. They are your teachers. They are everywhere. -In David Brin’s fantastic story “The River of Time” scientists are coping with co-existing streams of time as s... more
  • Into the Book Box: The Pirate Abduction

    by Michael Boyajian
    Ten year old Gregory peers into a Free Library book box and is swept away into the the greatest adventure of his life in the fashion of Robert Louis Stevenson
  • After/Effects

    by Kelsey Clifton
    When Mia Islington joined Charlie Team, she expected danger. Even in the volatile world of the Dogs, rift-hopping isn’t for the faint of heart; there’s always the risk that when you cross over, you might not cross back. She also expected to find herself in some undignified situations. Trussed up like a spider’s dinner, covered in Horlanan slime, being chased by a beaver the size of a bear – nothing is too extreme for a Watchdog. But what Mia didn’t expect was that knowledge – of the future... more
  • Breaking Destiny

    by Mitty Walters

    Of death and taxes, only one remains certain.

    A quiet businessman—known by most as Joe Kettleman—narrowly survives an attempt on his life. While recovering from surgery to remove a bullet, imaging reveals a lethal tumor. Unwilling to spend his final days under chemical bombardment, he returns to a remote cabin in New Mexico to die in peace. 

    But when death takes its time and Joe outlives his supplies, he’s forced to take a perilous... more

  • Curse of the Sea

    by Joni Parker
    A NATO training exercise goes terribly wrong when five warships are mysteriously transported to Eledon, the Realm of the Elves. The warrior Lady Alexin is charged to escort the troops back home to London in the year 2031 with the aid of the Wizard Ecstasy and a magical shrinking potion. Yet, when authorities question her story, she'd detained and imprisoned under suspicion of terrorism. Caught in a web of politics, betrayal, and bungling bureaucracy, her magical abilities are pushed to the limit... more
  • The Dark Rider

    by Shannon Kelley
  • Time Out

    by D. A. (Dorothy) Featherling
    One moment of carelessness - a woman is catapulted into the future to a time and place she never chose. Ruth Blackwell must adapt to life in a millennial society totally foreign to all she's ever known. In her own time, research scientist Derek Ainsley frantically tries to bring her back before the plug is pulled on his time travel experiment. Will he succeed...or be forced to leave her stranded in time forever?
  • Between Darkness and Light

    by Crystal Katcher
    In a world full of good and evil, right and wrong, the powerful and the weak, comes a tale of a struggle as old as time itself. Full of high adventure, love, and intrigue, it will be sure to grip you and never let go. For he past 2 years their world has changed for the worse. However, nobody knew what darkness was about to come upon them. The order of Malaki was betrayed and the Dark King, Ze’ev was set free upon the world once more. As darkness spread, with it came dragons spewing death and fir... more
  • Duckett & Dyer: Dicks For Hire

    by G.M. Nair
    Michael Duckett is fed up with his life. His job is a drag, and his roommate and best friend of fifteen years, Stephanie Dyer, is only making him more anxious with her lazy irresponsibility. Things continue to escalate when they face the threat of imminent eviction from their palatial 5th floor walk-up and find that someone has been plastering ads all over the city for their Detective Agency. The only problem is: He and Stephanie don’t have one of those. Despite their baffling levels of in... more
  • The Screaming Skull (The Chronicles of Elberon Book 1)

    by Rick Ferguson

    "In this debut novel, a so-called royal hero reflects on his life as upheaval awaits on the horizon... The winning difference here is the author’s tone, which would make the foulmouthed, fourth wall–smashing Marvel character Deadpool proud... a cavalcade of gonzo exploits. Readers will likely return for the sequel." 

    -- Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

    What do you get when you throw The Lord of the Rings, Catch-22, Monty Python, and Hunter S. Thomp... more

  • Fate of Dragons

    by Alisha Klapheke
    Dragons. Elves. And the last surviving human fated to save them from the sea. A flood is coming. The Sea Queen has a mad plan to drown the world. Only the magic of the Earth Queen can stop her. Vahly, the last human, was born to fill that role and wield the magic necessary to fight the rising oceans and save the dragons. But Vahly is the world’s biggest disappointment. So far, she possesses no magic whatsoever. When she finds an ancient scroll that mentions a human power ritual co... more
  • Terrestrial Magic (Jordan Sanders Book 1)

    by Marina Ermakova

    Most sensible people avoid fire-breathing carnivores that prey on humans. But Jordan has built a career out of studying such legendary animals, creatures thought mythological until their reemergence in the world three decades ago. She and researchers like her believe that knowledge is the key to reclaiming the land they'd lost back then, when humanity retreated into designated safety zones.

    But when the humans moved out, the legends moved in.

    They were the des... more

  • Seven Days, Seven Years

    by Mike Noyes
    Two men named Warren...or one? Do they exist in two different times or is one merely a dream? Is there some deeper connection between the two or just shadows of the mind? Whatever reality proves to be true will Warren Myhr be able to prevent the end of the world? Or is that a figment or his imagination as well? Seven Days, Seven Years is the latest thrilling science fiction adventure by author Mike Noyes.
  • Genex of Halcyon

    by Joshua Stelling
    In the throes of a changing climate, in the afterglow of the rise of machines, psychic computers run the unified world, people with wings fly alongside skyline railcars, and nothing is forbidden. Harmony and Azad find their way through the flood of urbanites and misfits. Should they pacify what's missing or trust in the machine? The choices they make, over the course of these three nights in 2051, will lead them, if through blood and tears, to new horizons.
  • Evil Nature (Book 4 in the Dark Legacy urban fantasy series)

    by M. A. Anderson
    The exciting conclusion to SOUL CHASER... Enemies make strange bedfellows... especially the dead kind. And you know you should never trust a vampire. When Jacques appears at the PI's door, Reece cannot believe his eyes. They watched him burn in the sun, so how is he standing in the doorway of Double D Investigations offering to help resurrect Andre from the realm of the dead? Reece wants his best friend back, and if getting into bed with Jacques, so to speak, will make that happen he'... more
  • Stone Cold Mortal: A Tennessee England Novel: Book One

    by Disa Dawn
    Mortician Tennessee England lives to honor the dead. But a slow season means she’s back freelancing as a party planner. Doctor Phillip Saint James warns the stress might worsen her cerebral aneurysm, causing all sorts of mystifying symptoms. To her disgust, he’s right. She’s been hallucinating a sexy ghost samurai all damn day. Or has she? His icy touch on the nape of her neck feels awfully real! So do his dire warnings that she must choose a side: mortal or immortal. Ghost or not, Tenness... more

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