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  • Fried Windows (In a Light White Sauce)

    by Elgon Williams
    Leave your world behind and enter an adventure forever lost but never forgotten. Where only magic is real, and anything is possible. When Brent Woods, a middle-aged computer technician delivers a new computer system to an eccentric woman who lives in a strange house with no windows, she offers to reconnect him with his childhood dreams and fantastic imagination. Alongside his best friend Lucy, Brent explores the seemingly infinite possibilities of the “Inworld” where she lives, a place where ... more
  • Echoes of War

    by Cheryl Campbell

    EDGY POST-APOCALYPTIC SCI-FI SERIES SET IN NEW ENGLAND BRINGS A POWERFUL & COMPLEX FEMALE LEAD INTO THE SPOTLIGHT

    What if a single act of kindness were the tipping point to begin the end of a decades-long war?

    In Echoes of War -- the first book in an edgy new post-apocalyptic sci-fi series from award-winning author Cheryl Campbell -- Dani is a scavenger living on the fringes of society in Maine, gathering enough supplies to live another day… or so she thinks.

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  • Halve Human: Book 2 in the Bisecter Series

    by Stephanie Fazio
    Set in a dangerous and extraordinary fantasy world where the sun never sets, Stephanie Fazio’s BISECTER told the story of Hemera, a Bisecter who is part human and part Halve, who left her people’s caves to save her friends and sparked a war. Now, in HALVE HUMAN, Hemera must contend with a new enemy…one that was created from her own blood. Meanwhile, she must mount a resistance against the tyrannical Duskers, who have uncovered the location of the Solguard fortress and plan to annihilate a... more
  • Proud, a tale of rampant ludicrousness.

    by ALASTAIR CARTHEW
    Kid, raised by gorillas, returns to his native New Zealand (Proud in the book) to rescue it from a climate change-induced drought devastating NZ's natural beauty and ravaging it financially. Proud's politicians, led by a cocaine sniffing woman prime minister, prove inept. Kid, and his sidekick, a Merino sheep, who can talk telepathically, hatch a cunning plan involving Proud's national game, rugby. An evil Australian premier has designs on Proud, a mad, vengeful nuclear scientist wants to bomb ... more
  • Mimi of the Nowhere (Chronicles of the Great Migration Book 1)

    by Michael Kilman
    The world has become a strange place after climate change. Giant walking cities roam the landscape evading deadly storms and searching for resources. Immortality is available for the right price, and an ancient conflict is stirring in the heart of the city of Manhatsten. In this world, there are things worse than death. Mimi, a homeless woman from nowhere, knows all too well what that means. She thought she was unique, that there were no other telepaths. She was wrong. Soon, she find... more
  • Saldora – Early Empire

    by Raymond Pairan Jr
    Emerging from an unfathomable distance of space the Destiny a sleek intergalactic exploration cruiser started descending into the orange atmosphere of Naxious. The crew of the Destiny had been gradually moving further from the known galaxies utilizing the “Plaxitive Time Stream” to reach this uncharted region in just two Earth years. They alone, the primate species that inhabited a nondescript solar system on an equally colorful blue world had finally reached, discovered this myth that had been ... more
  • Silence on the Plains

    by Ray Pairan Jr
    This anthology of short stories written by Ray Pairan is dystopian, raw, and full of passionate humanity. Environmental destruction and unrestrained corporatism that leads to a world of pain and suffering are offset with lusty tales that excite both physically and intellectually. Take the journey into the totally unexpected – a travel into a not to distant future that each of us may already recognize.
  • Zalon Kingdom - The Invaders Arrive

    by Raymond Pairan Jr
    This was a natural world that shunned the alien who could never fathom its pure fresh elegant beauty. Humankind alone was able to rejoice in the gifts of a world rich in color and natural pageant. Not one instant on any other world could compare to ths special place on this nondescript planet so very far from the clustered luminosity of the densely packed center of the galaxy. The landing of our spacecraft out in some remote prairie expanse in the western United States facilitated the release of... more
  • Vigil: Knight in Cyber Armor: A Havenworld Novel (The Vigil Saga Book 1)

    by Bard Constantine
    A hero will rise from the shadows of a dystopian city to wage a one-man war on crime. Jett Thorne is an ex-soldier placed in hibernation for over three centuries. He awakens in the suffocating city of Neo York, a crumbling ruin of violence and vice ruled by gangs and crimelords. Jett's life is changed forever from a chance encounter with Vigil, the city's self-appointed knight in cyber armor. When Vigil dies saving Jett's life, Jett adopts the hero's mantle and continues the one-man war o... more
  • Gardeners of the Universe

    by Ronald E. Peterson
    What do we want humans to become? What do aliens expect of us? An ancient species, the Torae, are struggling to create new universes to populate. Three young humans are dragged into their schemes while guiding the Earth through the most dangerous and consequential time in its history—the 21st century. The children, their families, and the rest of humanity are entangled in the jarring future as it unfolds. It’s a story about the profound vision, adaptability, and truth we will all need to survive... more
  • Unfit Magazine Vol 3

    by Daniel Scott White
    Featuring Orson Scott Card, Robert J. Sawyer, Eric Del Carlo, David R. Grigg, Nathan Susnik, Ernest Hogan and Adithi Rao. Edited by Daniel Scott White. This magazine is about the ways in which technology-based data may be used to change our view of reality. In the future, what will we crave more, simulated reality or our own senses? Here are stories that warp our perception of the world in some very surprising ways.
  • Books & Bone (Tombtown Book 1)

    by Victoria Corva

    A Librarians-and-Necromancy Fantasy with Small Town Charm in a City of the Dead

    The others believe in blood and bone. Ree believes in books.

    She manages the libraries and draws maps for the denizens of her hometown, a secret society of necromancers hiding in a sprawling underground crypt. Though they look down on her for not practicing their craft, Ree has bigger ambitions than raising the dead. She’s going to resurrect therianthropy, the ancient magic of shapeshifting. Or a... more

  • Seratis Daughter of the Sun: Egyptian Mythology Whychoose Romantic Fantasy (Seratis The Goddess Of Egypt Book 1)

    by N.J. Adel
    My name is NOT Seratis. I am Queen Meha. The rightful ruler of the Kingdom of Egypt. A scientist. Human. I was never her. Seratis, the evil Goddess of Sleep who puts men under her spell to compel them to do whatever she commands. It was all a lie. A myth my half-brother created to make my own people hate me so he could usurp my throne. Lucky for me, I've found a way to preserve the living like my ancestors did with the dead. To escape the war my brother has waged on me, I enter my tomb to ... more
  • Turn

    by David Podlipny
    Among the vast concrete rubble, Sono stumbles upon a stranger. It’s an unusual occurrence, one his shaman grandpa can’t shed any light on; it doesn’t even seem that he’s trying very hard, much to Sono's frustration. But that encounter will eventually turn everything on its head; twisting, dissolving, ultimately altering the very fabric of reality.
  • Metaphorosis 2018

    by B. Morris Allen
    Beautifully written speculative fiction from Metaphorosis magazine. Fifty-two great science fiction and fantasy stories. All the stories we published in 2018.
  • Metaphorosis 2017

    by B. Morris Allen
    All the stories from Metaphorosis magazine's first year. Fifty-three beautifully written science fiction and fantasy stories.

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