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  • The War for Ascension: A Crisis Reborn

    by Dominician Gennari

    In a world where sacred energies exist . . .

    A young Torian is the civilisation’s last hope.

    In the lands of Númaria those who harnessed the sacred energies of the Hydroverse were feared and hunted by darker forces. After painful dreams of a fallen king, young Areus begins to harness the sacred energies.

    Why have these powers unleashed the forces of evil?

    Journeying across perilous lands, he must find a girl who shares a devastating secret with him. Guided... more

  • Hummingbird

    by Helen Harper

    There are three absolutes in Mairi Wallace’s world:

    1. The Mages rule every city in Scotland with terrible, violent authority.
    2. It is not physically possible for any woman to wield magic.
    3. Mairi does not have a voice.

    She is about to learn that none of these things have to be true.

    From twisted wynds and tartan shops to a dangerous daemon and malevolent ravens, the future of a tattered nation might lie with one solitary woman.


  • Quarantine Fever

    by Tyler Grant
    Quarantine Fever is a 30,000 word supernatural occult horror story that deals with a spreading evil amidst the global pandemic Covid-19 Corona Virus. Commander Eve Halsey is performing a routine repair aboard The Odyssey space craft when she spots a strange red glow affecting the western Unites States and southern Canada. After alerting NASA, she is ordered to report back any news of the phenomenon spreading. Jack Staley is a psychiatrist working from home due to the nation-wide shutdown. Whil... more
  • The Alas League

    by Christian-Eric Falardeau

    The Alas League is an entertaining humorous series made up of episodes ranging from 80 to 140 pages each. Brief “interlude” short stories are inserted between instalments, adding increasingly funny new angles to the new Worlds they live in.

    Episode 1: Purgatory
    In the small village of Verminus lives Mayor Monica Boisse, her son Peter, Father Ferdinand Paradise, the owner of the only bar Sylvia Thomac, the garbage man Mario Sax, the police officer M... more

  • The Last House on Earth

    by Robert B Marcus Jr
    What should you do if you find out your next-door neighbor is an alien? Richard Johnson, a college student, just spent his last dime on food, lost his wealthy girlfriend, and had his bike stolen. To add to his misery, he returns to his apartment where he runs into his strange neighbor. Convinced this bizarre man is more than he seems, Richard and his land lady's bulldog, Khan, sneak into his apartment where they find a timegate to the future. Along with his set theory teacher and her br... more
  • Pike's Progress

    by John J Spearman
    The follow up to Pike's Passage, a Finalist in the 2021 BookLife Prize, and the third in the Sandy Pike series, Sandy rejoins the Alliance Navy as they look to recover planetary systems lost after their surrender to the Hegemony of United Worlds and the subsequent civil war in the hegemony. Alison Lynch recovers from her traumatic experience at the hands of the Graz Syndicate and finds herself in the middle of the hunt for an escaped psychopath.
  • Hybrid

    by Rebecca Henry
    Agent Van of the CIA is sent to an Australian underground military surveillance base called Pine Gap. Agent Van finds himself thrown in a conspiracy cover up of an ancient alien race known as species X. Agent Van falls in love with Annika, a mysterious and uncommon woman who displays unusual abilities, leading Van to question her own origin. Mystery and horror explode around Agent Van during a cave diving exhibition to search for a lost colleague referred to as Agent One. The only clue for Agent... more
  • She Steals Justice

    by J. Clark
    In this modern Robin Hood retelling set in the American South, Robyn Carter can't stand her sister's boyfriend and for good reason. His mistreatment of her has Robyn’s patience wearing thin with each misstep. When her sister becomes impregnated, however, Robyn’s fight becomes more than just about her sister’s safety. She fights for her sister, other victims, and the less fortunate in her Black Southern community—vigilante style. Her Robin Hood days take her down a spiraling rabbit hole filled w... more
  • The Rattler

    by Ryan Berridge
    Sam lives in his father’s tavern with his mother and twin sister. His home is on an idyllic island in the middle of the ocean far from danger. Recently pirates have started using the island as a stop off point. On an excursion to the docks, against their father’s wishes, Sam and his sister encounter Junior, the son of the Captain of the Bone Rattler, and two of his henchmen. In saving his sister Sam is captured and taken aboard The Rattler. Sam must quickly learn to fit in aboard the ship to ... more
  • Skyrmion

    by Duane Poncy

    Is Sweetland utopia or dystopia? Or something else?

    In the minds of those left behind, the act of crossing over to Sweetland is, literally, no different than death. But is Sweetland really a new planet, ready to accept a humanity suffering from war, economic collapse, and environmental catastrophe-or is it another kind of escape entirely?

  • Fancy Shop

    by Valeri Stanoevich
    It’s a collection of narrative short and flash tales. The short stories take place at different times (past, present, future) with different fantasy levels – from stories that are nearly real to phantasmagorias and New Gothic. The characters are also different: knights, anonymous people, dreamers, outsiders, crazy ones, technocrats, cockroaches, holders of secret knowledge. My idea is that all the horror is not outside of us but inside our mind and it is creeping from there.
  • Faces in a Window

    by Oliver C. Seneca
    Every school has a secret. After two beloved teachers pass away at St. Stephen’s Middle School, it’s up to Ian Evans & Michelle Thompson to fill their shoes. But their eager anticipation soon turns to terror. They are plagued with unexplainable nightmares and horrific visions: Students who aren’t really there; the school catching fire; scenes of their own deaths playing out before them. Uncovering what it all means could cost them their jobs, or their lives. With each other’s determi... more

    by Tim Ruel

    Writing in progress.


    by Tim Ruel

    Eye-implant employee Emma Castle gets reassigned to deal with the crazy new illness that's putting millions on Earth in a near-coma.

    Society in 2079 revolves around AI devices, including eyeGo, the visual implant installed in everyone from the age of nine. Emma, an eyeGo health technician, gets sucked into investigating a potential link between the eye implant and the affliction.

    While people around Earth drop like inebriated flies, Emma uncovers a p... more

  • The Hidden Road

    by Martin A. Cullen
    Inara fought for and nearly died for her freedom. But she won a chance at a normal life. Turns out, she hates it. She yearns to move. To do…something. Then a call from her friend Yukie shakes Inara into action. Turns out Lee is trapped in a magic hardened prison and Yukie needs Inara to break him out. Inara jumps at the challenge of a prison break. The thrill of her old life sets her heart racing. Unbeknownst to her, this decision sets her on a collision course with her old nemesis, Cyrus.... more
  • And So It Begins

    by Kati Kirsten
    A year later and Amity Thorne is still struggling to let things go. She should be using the rage to drive her, but instead the Guardianship has needled into her heart, leaving her anger to turn inward. Reeling from her past, Amity is compelled to do what's necessary to protect those around her. ​ After ending up in the same facility as her sister, Amity learns of the depravity weaved within the Reaver's psyche—and worse, the darkness that creeps behind every corner of her own. Waging wars with... more