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  • Kilts and Catnip: The Shrouded Isle Book 1

    by Zoe Tasia
    Danger lurks in the forest. But Greg Gillie, a handsome Scot with a mysterious past, protects the Shrouded Isle and the lands beyond from the menacing fae. A woman’s arrival disturbs the wee folk. Becca Shaw, an American widow, takes a family vacation to the island. Each day she remains, Greg struggles as more and more fae steal away from the forest hill and menace the people. Can the exodus be stopped? As the danger increases, Becca strives to repair her relationship with her still-gri... more
  • Alexis vs. the Afterlife: An Urban Fantasy Comedy

    by Marcus Alexander Hart
    Alexis McRiott is a foul-mouthed guitar goddess with a passion for hair-metal and groupies of the fairer sex. You’d never recognize this strung-out Hollywood dirtbag as the squeaky-clean kid wizard she used to play on TV. And that suits her just fine. But when Alexis is killed in a freak accident, her sitcom past comes back to haunt her. On her first day as a ghost she destroys a rampaging poltergeist using a hex from her old show that, for some reason, actually works. Impressed by her... more
  • Errors

    by J-Man
    We all make mistakes. Some are just more catastrophic than others. With happiness, sanity and time itself all at stake in this series of one off shorts, terrifying and bizarre outcomes await the unfortunate. A boy raised by a robot, a girl who births her clone. Crypto-fauna hunters talking shop, shape-shifters haunt a home... Errors compiles ten short stories - blending scientific and horrific into tales of human discovery.
  • Kana Cold: Case of the Shinigami: A Paranormal Thriller

    by KC Hunter
    After dropping out of Harvard, Kana Cold started a business as a paranormal investigator. Most of her cases were hoaxes, much to Kana’s disappointment, until one case involving a little girl and her powerful demon–a Death God–opened the door to the real Paranormal Underground… changing Kana’s life forever. Kana Cold: Case of the Shinigami is the prequel novella to the urban fantasy series about an Asian heroine who uncovers ancient mysteries, deals with personal and professional drama, and st... more
  • In Crows' Claws (Tales of Fyrndell)

    by Daniel Mattia
    "This desert is the domain of death." The world of Fyrndell is a place of ancient powers, myriad races, and untold secrets. It is a world where gods may or may not exist, where heroes are few and far between, and where technology progresses at a haphazard pace. IN CROWS’ CLAWS tells the story of two opposing armies as they race across the continent to a recently-unearthed desert tomb believed to be the final resting place of the goddess Konia. Read the letters sent home from Ahri Vestesson... more
  • Dragon's Fire (Beating Back the Darkness Book 1)

    by Tiger Hebert
    A soul devouring dragon is released from his long imprisonment, and he is ready to wage war on the living. As the black dragon's war begins, the survivors of many different races are left with a choice. They must forge unlikely alliance if they are to stand a chance against the dragon and his armies. Only to find that even those that do unite, still face a grim future. They must turn to the ancient prophecies for any signs of hope.
  • 9780578465586

    by Sharon Mikeworth
    A story about loss, acceptance, and unwavering hope. Skye Cassidy has just celebrated her twenty-first birthday when a deadly flu-like illness begins sweeping across the country. Before long the hospitals are overwhelmed and entire areas have been quarantined. Soon after that, the utilities fail and gas and food becomes scarce as the sickness reaches epidemic proportions, causing the critical infrastructures to collapse and transportation to grind to a halt. Skye continues to live while p... more
  • The Maximilian Emancipation

    by Charles A. Conyers, Jr.
    In the not-so-distant future, three African slave ships slip through space and time to arrive on the shores of New York and New Jersey, severely shaking an already politically and socially unstable United States. Popular opinion is split on the cause of their arrival-- is it a scientific miracle, an act of God, a hoax perpetrated by foreign governments...or something else? Maximilian Oroko, a Nigerian-born American, is an anthropological and linguistics expert recruited along with a team of ... more
  • Song of Mornius (Book One of The Talenkai Chronicles)

    by Diane E. Steinbach
    Gaelin Lavahl knows three things about himself. He’s a murderer. He hasn’t been down the mountain before. And he can never be a hero. Yet the sleeping god in his magical staff knows better. The cult destroying humanity must be stopped, and only Gaelin can wield the staff. But first he needs to accept his true self— the warrior he was meant to be.
  • Where Acorns Landed

    by Anne M. Curtis
    'Where Acorns Landed' is a contemporary fantasy set in France, Ireland, the Isle of Man, and one or two other places beyond the reach of any atlas. Lowell has shut himself away from the world, seeing himself as something of a feral, wolf-man hermit abandoned to the deserted wilds of his lounge. His one companion is an old 1940’s radio. But this is no ordinary radio. The radio has its own free will, tuning when and where it wants. Lowell has fallen under the spell of the only voice the radio tune... more
  • Fear the Wolf

    by S. J. Sparrows
    In Senla Nora’s village, the children are raised to remember one thing above all else: "Fear the Wolf." To fear the Wolf is to know your place. To fear the Wolf is to never presume too much. If any villager were to step out of line, the Wolf would descend upon them all. For a simple garment weaver like Senla Nora, knowing her place should be easy. But Senla’s never been good at following orders. Can Senla learn her place? Or will her disobedience endanger herself and everyone she loves?... more
  • Mischief and Mayhem: Part I of the Faerlands Chronicles

    by S. D. Nicholson
    After lying dormant for centuries, a dark presence awakes and invades the realm of the Faers. While malicious forces quietly stir in the southern nation of the Meadows, Ophelia Maplewood, along with her companions from the Woodland Scouts, finds an unexpected human, new strength, and allies in the north. Will their journey bring balance to the homeland and prevent chaos from spreading to the other realms? Only time will tell. Part One of the Faerlands Chronicles.
  • The Crimson Deathbringer

    by Sean Robins
    The Akakies, a peaceful, technologically advanced alien species known as "the galaxy's pranksters," are under attack by the Xortaags, a vicious military race bent on conquering the universe. The Xortaags are deadly, but Tarq, the Akakies' chief strategist and legendary shadow master, has a plan. Meanwhile on Earth, Jim, a wise-cracking, movie-quoting, OCD-suffering fighter pilot, is about to propose to his girlfriend Liz when his childhood friend Kurt shows up at his house, injured and covere... more
  • Alien Talk

    by William X. Adams
    Alien Talk (sci-fi, 80,000 words): Robin Taylor is an android, an artificial human, and a specialist in the origins of language. As millions of people become mute in a spreading pandemic, she discovers that language is an intelligent virus that infected early humans, ultimately enabling modern civilization. But now the virus is enraged by the false language of talking technologies, everything from "smart speakers" to talking remote controls. But Robin is an AI gadget herself. Anyone she communi... more
  • Radio Ga Ga: A Mixtape for the End of Humanity

    by Stefani Bulsara

    Pop Culture is the Opiate of the Masses!

    Come follow a mysterious, glitchy narrator who races through the universe, tasked with warning any sentient species about humanity's cautionary fail. Our narrator attempts to answer humanity's greatest philosophical questions to create a history of what led to their extinction. But our narrator can never surpass our radio waves, those careless whispers Earth has leaked into the universe, tickling any alien listeners with the absurdity of ... more

  • THE PLANET PERFECTERS

    by Daniel W. Shegrud

    He was just a common man, a homeless, nameless drunk - until they came. They, the infinitely recombining, seemingly indestructible star creatures, promised the answer to every problem that has ever plagued mankind. They promised perfection, and they asked nothing in return. Except that it wasn't that easy. It never is. By the time the last question is answered, the last human will have died. Half the world is ecstatic, thinking they can stop asking questions before the stars come for them... more

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