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  • Come Take Me: A Celestial Satire

    by E. M. Skyler
    The time is now (almost), and some Americans have decided that Canada is not quite far enough from their roiling homeland. For them there is ComeTakeMe.com, a website where people advertise to get taken by aliens. Will anyone succeed? How about Marshall M. Shmishkiss, a starry-eyed optimist determined to become his world’s most eligible abductee? Marshall trains his body. He trains his mind. He tries to prepare for every challenge that might await a lone human on a ship of galactic explorers.... more
  • Ridge: Day One

    by Shawn P. B. Robinson

    The darkest hour is just before dawn. But with bloodthirsty Beasts cutting brief lives shorter, can one man beat the ticking clock?

    Rezin Hamel will protect his people until his dying breath. Resolving to carry on past every dearly departed loved one, the forty-four-year-old General has no idea how he’s lived over a decade beyond the average life expectancy. But when he’s shamed and cast out for an out-of-character act, he sets out to end the constant attack... more

  • Miss Bennet's Dragon

    by M Verant
    An unforgettable fantasy retelling of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice that is romantic, funny, and more relevant than ever. Elizabeth Bennet is hiding a forbidden power. She can speak to draca, the fire-breathing creatures kept as status symbols by English gentry. If only Mr. Darcy would stop noticing… and hinting at his own dark secret. When Elizabeth’s sister falls deathly ill, the cure lies in the mysteries of draca. Elizabeth, aided by her brilliant sister Mary, defies restrictive Englis... more
  • The Mysterious Robbery of Big Ben

    by Josh Josteins
    The Mysterious Robbery of Big Ben is a fantasy story. The king from a mysterious planet called Oxon had a dream of being in London and saw the Big Ben and loved this great clock. He tried to build a similar great clock. However, his architect couldn't build such things. The king launched a contest to reward anyone who could make his dream project come true. But no one came forward to fulfil his dreams. Until, when the king was so desperate, he received a mysterious letter from an unknown sender ... more
  • Think Not of Me

    by Christopher G.E
    After a tragic accident 5 years ago, Cisco has become an emotionally bankrupt man, which has led him to a crude life on the streets. Unbeknownst to him, a demon named “Ratsunatsue” has chosen Cisco as its vessel to manifest into the physical world. With the help of otherworldly entities, Cisco gains access to an elemental spectral flame that allows him to embody the abilities of the spirit dimension, and thus he gains the tools to face off Ratsunatsue. He will also need the help of friends that ... more
  • Annihilation of a Planet II

    by Antonion Borges
    In 2251 the world is still a place of human greed that threatens the environment. Indigenous people are being turned out of their lands by corporations wanting the rainforests clear-cut so they can plant palm trees. Avarice leads store owners in Brazil to have beggar children killed when their presence upsets well-to-do customers. The Middle East is still roiling with centuries-old, religion-based hatreds. An android named Lawrence, endowed by his creator with a bit of the scientist’s DNA, busie... more
  • Dutybound

    by Mark A. Alvarez
    The world was their creation until they sought to destroy it. Dutybound is the story of Terestria and its Virtues, heirs of nobility forced to face the Sins of their forefathers and bring their world from the brink of Darkness. Among them is Lucia Sanoon, High Maiden to the province of Moz and chosen of the Light Wings. The ancient relic, bestowed upon a long-forgotten civilization by the Light itself, was forged to harbor the Light's essence if ever Terestria's balance were threatened by the ... more
  • Operation: Jade Helmet

    by Ashley Fontainne
    Eager fans around the world played Operation Red Helmet for years, making it the highest-grossing virtual reality game ever sold, and the designers, The Talladav Group, are the richest company on earth. After an oppressive, unrelenting worldwide heatwave hits, daily life grinds to a halt around the globe. People retreat to their homes, afraid to go out as violence and chaos erupt in the streets. The game temporarily shuts down as the world grapples with the fallout of civil unrest and critica... more
  • Overworld, The Dragon Mage Saga, Book 1

    by Rohan M. Vider

    A magic apocalypse. A new world. Elves, orcs, dragons. And at the center of it all: THE DRAGON MAGE.
    Earth is doomed and mankind has been exiled to Overworld, a strange world ruled by the Trials. Jamie Sinclair is a young man with unique gifts, and it falls to him to find a way for humanity to survive Earth’s destruction and build a new home in Overworld.

    Can Jamie save mankind?
    The Trials is no game. Join Jamie as he struggles... more

  • The City Of Locked Doors

    by Tristen and Keegan Kozinski
    Four hundred years ago a plague befell the world. It warped the bodies of all organic things and drove both man and beast rabid during the night. Law and order vanished in a matter of days, along with most of the human race. Years passed and from this madness rose the Tyrants, a brutal god-like sect of individuals who could enforce their will on the surviving dregs of humanity. With their tyranny, they brought order back into the world and established settlements. A convoluted semblance of civi... more
  • The Darkness That Slept (Edition)

    by Tristen and Keegan Kozinski

    The world gathers on a precipice over chaos: In the West, the God-Emperor Cardolyn Tyier broods over his vast conquests and plots the subjugation of all other kingdoms. To the South, the Kalvonder plutocracy continues their bloody entertainments, too invested in small schemes, transient vices and petty ascensions to notice one of their own has a far grander design. From the East, a legion of paladins embarks on a crusade of holy conquest against the secluded Northlands, intent on supplanting ... more

  • Wreckers

    by George Ellis
    A space opera with attitude. And jokes. At 19 years old, Denver is the youngest wrecker in the verse. His only companion, other than his one-eyed cat Pirate, is an AI navigator named Gary based on classic 21st century sitcom personalities. That all changes when Denver meets Batista, a mechanic who claims to know what happened to Denver’s missing father and brother. Following her information, Denver is drawn into trouble with the various forces in the galaxy — bandits, feds and rival wre... more
  • Triangle Black: A Novel

    by Joseph Miguel
    Damien Winters is leaving Mason General Hospital after an arduous shift when he collides headfirst with an ancient, unspeakable evil. Armed with a pistol, a trusted friend, and his wits, Damien must rely on his strength and resilience to survive. If he is to get out of Heatherton alive, he must make difficult decisions in the journey to confront the primordial power of the Sphinx. In a cabin across town, the love of Damien’s life is sheltering from the onslaught. If he can’t save her, w... more
  • Sankofa: Born Equal Only

    by Ben Mel
    Sankofa: Born Equal Only is an Afrofuturism adventure that takes on gender injustice from the perspective of rival fraternal twins, Toomi and Ras, born to be the Guardians of Maat, the first Queen to rise to the throne in the kingdom of Axindar in a post-apocalyptic medieval Africa, where the future of our technology shapes the past of our time.
  • Running Behind Time

    by Jan Turk Petrie
    It’s the Summer of 1982, and Beth Sawyer is thrilled to have landed the title role in a play. It may only be in a fringe theatre in Shepherd’s Bush, but it’s the start she’s always dreamed of. It’s the Summer of 2020, amid the global pandemic, and Tom Brookes is furloughed. Unable to face lockdown in a tiny city flat, he moves back to his mother’s cottage in the sleepy Cotswold village of Stoatsfield-under-Ridge. Neither of them expects an everyday train journey to throw their normal live... more
  • The Flip Side Of Sad

    by Ashley Amber

    James Letta is the world's newest singing sensation. But for someone who always sings such happy music, he sure is sad. While on a promo tour for his new album, James has what he thinks is the hardest day of his career... until he has to relive it. A ghostly spirit decides to trap James inside his own album in order to make him learn the lessons of its lyrics, hoping she can help him get on the flip side of sad. In just under 7,500 words, this debut novelette by Ashley Amber that she desc... more

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