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  • Omega Crisis, Book 1 of the Gemini Gate series

    by Steven E Wilde
    President Gregory McCormick faces an Omega Crisis: the threat of a nuclear detonation on U.S. soil, which could evolve into global thermonuclear war. He knows that Al-Qaeda, Russia, and North Korea are all involved--but who is the prime mover? And can they be stopped before it’s too late? As U.S. intelligence searches for answers, McCormick turns to an old friend outside of the halls of government for advice. Dr. Amos Blund, brilliant doctor, inventor and scientist, is on the verge of a break... more
  • Violent Souls

    by Byron Bartlett
    In a city where mega-corporations control every aspect of life—and death—their most efficient assassin is waking up and turning her wrath back on them. Freelance assassin, Sasha lives on a man-made planet designed to house the unwanted in the city of Chicago, a tinderbox where one spark threatens to ignite a rebellion. To make herself the best in her field, Sasha had her empathy removed in a bid. Now, she’s the perfect killer who takes on even the most vulgar jobs. But her perfection comes at... more
  • A LONG STORY SHORT (a collection of thrillers)

    by Christopher Renna
    From the author of suspense/horror novels DARKNESS ON THE HORIZON and THE BUTTERFLY HOUSE. A collection of six short thrillers. These stories are tales of fear, wonder, the unknown, and revenge. A man and his dog encounter a dangerous, unknown creature. Two young teen boys welcome the new resident to the neighborhood with a prank. A teen girl accompanies her grandmother on a late night stroll. A man walking home has a run-in with a creepy stranger. A discarded Halloween decoration is more th... more
  • Intrigue: Braindust for Earth, Moon and Mars

    by E I Schadeberg
    When he was at university, just a few years ago, Laszlo Goran had no shortage of affairs with women there. Now all he wants is to have Audrey for himself. But it is impossible. She belongs to the most powerful man on Earth, Jordan Rathbone—Jor, as the population refers to its beloved leader. Even though Laszlo is the best neurosurgeon in the world and arguably the most popular individual, his lust for Audrey and power consumes him like a cancer. He orchestrates rebellion among the population, en... more
  • Convergence: Towards Immortality

    by Anthony Carilla
    What if there was no further need for faith how would that impact and change the world? What if science was able to unravel the secret to immortality and the composition of the soul how would that affect humanity? It is the year 2038 and the World has entered a period of great scientific discovery and achievement. It is also a time of upheaval and uncertainty where old ways, systems and cultures are challenged by new norms, new social structures and new threats. Convergence is the story of a num... more
  • Sailing on the Tides of Burning Sand

    by Michael Darling
    Ghosts. Monsters. Harry Houdini meets Charles Dickens in Outer Space. * A man and woman, apparent strangers, sail over a surreal desert landscape on their way to a dangerous and uncertain destiny * Tiny predators who live in the wall and feed on memories prove without a doubt that you are what you read. * A little boy defies the curse of a mummified Indian princess, prepared to halt the emergence of an ancient god, even if it costs the lives of everyone close to him. These amazing storie... more
  • Android's Daughter

    by Marshal Northrup
    A beautiful android steals a baby. Andrea is an assassin who lives in a floating city. When on a job she decides to steal a baby. With the help from a friend she raises the child to the age of training. But nothing is what it seems and the true test begins.
  • The Turning Point

    by Julia Ash
    Animals have their own language. A language, Ruby Spencer doesn’t understand. Because if she did, she’d know that unrest festers. The natural order on Earth and Athanasia is about to shift. Animals are tired of being underdogs to humans and vampires. And wolves are more than happy to lead a rebellion. Without an alpha who can speak to their hearts, find middle ground, and quell the uprising, the animals will be unstoppable. The universe will encounter an inescapable turning point. ... more
  • 1983

    by Aaron Clayton
    It was 1983, when I was 11 years old, when I began believing in ghosts. It was October 31st, Halloween Night, and this was the night I saw Mr. Jacob Wasser. I was traveling in the back seat of my family's Chevy Nova, along a dark, mountain road in Montana, when I saw a ghost for the first time. This is my story.
  • The Gables

    by Aaron Clayton
    Take a moment and picture a life that is likely quite different than the one you currently live. Imagine you were sent to prison, for the rest of your life, for killing six people (Seven, actually, but no one has connected you to the seventh... that you know of). Your wife, whom you still love, left you because you are a murderer. Also, she is the reason you are in prison, because she turned you in. Now the only one who comes to see you in prison, which is the only family you have left, is your... more
  • Terminus (Fringe Worlds #1)

    by Kevin Hardman
    Being the sole survivor of humanity’s first bloody encounter with the alien Vacra had cost Gant Maker his military career. However, upon the Vacra’s return, Maker is reinstated and - assisted by a band of military rejects (including a blind sharpshooter, an unstable psychic, and a genetically-engineered killing machine who refuses to fight) - ordered to hunt this enemy down on a distant world.
  • Summertide

    by Charlotte E. English
    ‘You may have noticed,’ said Maut, ‘that the Tree is on the move.’ On the edge of the town of Kottow stands the tallest (and oddest) Tree in the land. It’s a staid and solid arbour — until the Tree picks up its mighty old roots and wanders off, taking its resident band of misfits away with it. Whither goes the Tree? Not even the wizard can say. 'There is something mighty fey about all this, or my name ain't Diggory Stokey.' Far away from Kottow, a forest lies lost in the mists of a drea... more
  • The Bit Dance

    by Tilmer Wright Jr
    What happens when millions of tiny minds find a way to work together? At what point do they become one? At what point are they no longer merely machinery, but actually alive? Kayla Henry is a genius. She has a grasp of technology that far surpasses that of people three times her tender age of fourteen. She has mastered every skill she has attempted to acquire – except the ability to impress her father and appease his overbearing perfectionism. The eBot is the newest offering from her father’s em... more
  • Motes

    by Tilmer Wright Jr
    A speck of dust floats in the air, illuminated by a sunbeam. To a daydreamer like Thom Finch, that speck is an imaginary commander leading his army against an equally imaginary foe. The reality is something even Thom’s fertile imagination cannot fathom. He must somehow convince himself, his family and his best friend that his sanity is intact and that what he is seeing is real. The Mu’ahi are tiny in comparison to humans – each one as small as a dust mote. Their planet is isolated in a bubble of... more
  • The Outsider's Mind

    by Sean Aeon
    The Outsider’s Mind is a stirring concoction of philosophical fiction and sci-fi/fantasy. What can be found inside are the multifaceted musings and philosophies of immortals contemplating loss, interdimensional travelers, bee’s struggling to figure out humans, zombies assessing the meaning of humanity, revolutionary spiders, and much more. Comprised of 88 pages of thought-provoking quotes and 165 pages of unpredictable prose, this is the weirdest, deepest, and most oddly-perceptive fictional ... more
  • The Art of Dying

    by Kyle McKeon
    March 26th, 2023 – Cullver City, Pa. A day that went down in infamy. A day where GEHM heroes and villains set aside their differences in order to save and protect their kind. General George McCaffrey marched into the city, backed by his own personal army and the Mankind Restoration Act in hand, he singled out the GEHM population. Concentration camps, inhumane experimentations, kidnappings, it was practically a citywide genocide. All for what exactly? To protect the human race from an ill-conceiv... more

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