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  • Harvest Deep: The Descent (Harvest Deep Series Book 2)

    by Trent Pettry
    The thrilling sequel to the acclaimed horror novel, Harvest Deep. A larger threat now stirs with an insatiable hunger—leaving scores dead or missing. Armed with her dying father’s secrets, Liz, Cody, Scott and their team of rogue civilians risk everything to stop the scourge spreading towards Salt Lake City.
  • The Vagrant Chronicle

    by Paul L. Centeno
    It is a dark age in the world of Bra’dune. The Pure Land has ruptured into the Eight Hells, and the sky has been sundered into a fractured veil known as Stormrage. What remains of Bra’dune is still becoming tainted. Meanwhile, children are mysteriously being kidnapped and murdered. What is more frightening is that no one is doing anything about the abductions, save one humyn: Mor’reius Krelsin. Though a lousy vagrant, he feels for the children who have been kidnapped because he suffered as an or... more
  • Leadlights: 10 Short Stories of Horror & Sci-Fi

    by C.C. Luckey
    An exciting variety of intense short stories for fans of horror and dark science fiction, designed to capture your imagination and send chills up your spine!
  • Future Apocalypse A Time Travel Novel "Beginnings"

    by Barbara J. Gilbert

    Is time travel possible?

    ​Paulette Brown thinks so.  She is a brilliant young lady who has solved what other scientist around the world could not—how to travel through time.

    ​When she travels 250 years into the future, Paulette finds herself in a post-apocalyptic world, where the city of Seattle has been destroyed and is now under water.  Panicked, she tries to return to the present, but something goes terribly wrong and she finds herself stuck in this destroyed wo... more

  • Four Weird Tales of Horror

    by Larry Nocella
    FOR REASONS UNKNOWN AND UNKNOWABLE Authorities are calling it the American Dyatlov Pass incident. Four campers on an overnight hike fail to return. Only three bodies are found. Authorities piece together what happened using the latest in cell phone video enhancement and GPS tracking technology, but disturbing questions remain. A literary take on the "found footage" horror film genre! LUNATICS AND MARTYRS A cynical photographer is hired for a photo shoot of a famous wealthy family on their r... more
  • The Time Traveler Professor, Book Two: A Pocketful of Lodestones

    by Elizabeth Crowens
    In 1914, the war to end all wars turns the worlds of John Patrick Scott, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, H.G. Wells, Rebecca West and Harry Houdini upside down. Doyle goes back to ancient China in his hunt for that “red book” to help him write his Sherlock Holmes stories. Scott is hell-bent on finding out why his platoon sergeant has it out for him, and they both discover that during the time of Shakespeare every day is a witch-hunt in London. Is the ability to travel through time the ultimate escape fr... more
  • Spider Season

    by Billy Hanson
    A man obsessed with his own death, a sleep-deprived husband, a violently jealous teenager, and a businesswoman on a lethal trip to Europe are just a few of the characters inhabiting Billy Hanson's dark vision of the world. Here, danger lurks within every stranger, co-worker, close friend, family member…and even within your own mind. Because when Spider Season comes around, fear is everywhere.
  • Eclipse

    by Ophelia Rue
    On the distant planet Oasis the secrets lay behind the Porcelain Man’s dead eggshell eyes. The panicked riddles he spews between catatonic cycles drive agent Carver closer to the missing. The brilliant Ceren Dore lies frozen in her virtual snow globe world, watching perfect false birds glide across a perfect false sky. She shatters in his dreams as the disease inside her grows. A secret society of eight guardians, the super elite, live in the shadows, ever tinkering, their dark mechanisms making... more
  • Pinwheel and Other Twisted Tales

    by Laura Long
    Eight gothic short stories in the style and tradition of Twilight Zone or Night Gallery. From the bug-infested urban alleyways of "Underground" to the redneck backwoods of "Pinwheel," enjoy these stories one at a time or spin them all at once, but leave the lights on.
  • The Draconic Pipeline

    by Matthew T Summers
    Wake, eat, work, return, eat, sleep. Day in and day out, all day every day, without fail… Such is the life of a Pipeline Worker, and this was the life of Mark Smith. Until the day it wasn't. When a Worker's death opens up a literal new world for Mark, he finds that his own existence is not all that he once knew it to be. When forced to admit the truth, he realizes he is faced with life-changing decisions in both worlds… but one wrong move in either could end his trips between worlds and the live... more
  • The Scarred King I: Exile

    by Josh Foreman
    From the moment he could walk, Bowmark has trained for a fight to the death. The Disc awaits him: a giant bronze platform suspended over a river of lava. He dreads the day of proving—when he must kill or be killed—to claim the throne. His people have hidden from the rest of the world for generations. But when the discovery of a mysterious Atlas reveals forgotten lands and peoples, Bowmark begins to question his culture's traditions and laws. His unavoidable future seems grim and pointless whe... more
  • The Awakening: An Origin Story (The Awakened Book 0)

    by Jessaca Willis
    Mara is not your average foreign exchange college student. She is different. Awakened. And in a world where people still don’t understand or accept those with Awakened powers, being out with her identity can be dangerous. So, she has always concealed her power, always protected herself from those who might harm her. But it doesn’t help her today. When Berkeley is attacked by anti-Awakened radicals, Mara finds herself caught up in the chaos and forced to decide whether she will ignore her Awakene... more
  • The Optical Lasso: Beware of Neptune's Dark Side

    by Marc Corwin
    A creature lying dormant beneath the Earth’s crust for over 35,000 years, waits patiently to transform a dying young boy into one of mankind’s greatest leaders in a time of dire need. In the year 2140 CE, Planet 9, more commonly known as Vixus, has resurfaced on the edge of the Milky Way... the only known planet that periodically reverses its rotation. Last seen in the middle of the Kuiper Belt in 2066 CE, it mysteriously disappeared after being discovered by a Galactic Corps scout ship. The ... more
  • One More Arabian Night: Book II in The Witch's List Trilogy

    by Andrew CAIRNS
    After exacting his revenge on his ex-wife, Sandy flees the dark forces pursuing him and goes underground, working as a volunteer at a Parisian soup kitchen. Here he refinds spiritual direction in his life, converts to Islam, and falls in love with the beautiful Hurriya - a Moroccan medical student. He follows her back to her native Morocco in the hope of winning her hand in marriage. Sandy must come to grips with the local customs and superstitions: miraculous water, djinns, polygamy... and witc... more
  • They Don't Make Plus Size Spacesuits

    by Ali Thompson

    “They don’t make plus size spacesuits” is a sci-fi short story collection, featuring an introductory essay. It is written by long-time fat activist, Ali Thompson of Ok2BeFat. This book is a incandescent cry from the heart, a radical turn away from utopian daydreaming of future body perfection to center a fat perspective instead. 

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