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  • The Reckoning (Darkness Ascending)

    by Chris J. Grevemberg

     The story begins with a fifty-year flashback on a freighter. Its cargo consisted of several hundred genetically created super-humans know as chimeras. One of them breaks free from the storage chamber and kills the crew except for the pilot.

       Moving forward fifty years later, Joe Prevost and his team of hired security were finishing up with a mission to capture a known terrorist. The task was successful, but before they could return the "package" to their empl... more

  • The Glorious Adventures of Glamorous Prince Dietrich: Woes and Hose, Volume 2

    by Igor Ljubuncic
    There are heroes. There are anti-heroes. And then, there’s Prince Dietrich. Freshly returned to Monrich from his little escapade of war and deception, the newly wed Prince Dietrich—Dick to his friends—just wants to be left alone, so he can gamble, drink and keep on wishing for the early demise of his father. But King Ulaf is having none of it. He has devised a new challenge for his recalcitrant heir: Dietrich must go to Ostfort and assume the wardenship of the palatine. Or else. What could... more
  • Dagmar of the Northlands

    by John C Adams
    From Albedo One Magazine Contributing Editor and double Aeon Award Longlister John C Adams comes a delightful fantasy romance featuring brand new heroine Dagmar Strongarm of the Northlands. Dagmar of the Northlands is edited by professional editor E S Wynn-Rubsam and features a powerfully evocative cover from Fiona Jayde Media. When her stepfather Konung Thorlak of the Northlands dies, the jarls rally round Dagmar's half brother Njal and make him their new ruler. Dagmar is disturbed by the... more
  • Breaking the Flame: Shadow's Fire Book 3

    by Christopher Patterson

    It was the most unlikely of paths for the simple farmer, but one he must now embrace. 


    Erik has become a hero, a warrior... and a leader. 


    The journey to find the lost dwarvish city of Orvencrest is almost complete, but the nearer Erik and his companions are to their goal, the greater the danger.

    As Erik nears the end of his quest, he is now torn between his dwarvish allies, his family, and fulfilling the mission g... more

  • Heaven's Silhouette: Iyarri Chronicles, Book 1

    by Melissa Lynn Herold
    When I was little, other children called me a monster. A painting proved them right. --- A lifetime of cruel taunts and heartbreak has taught Aurelia to hide, to not get too close to anyone. A painter and gallery docent, her only solace is in the art that can’t stare back. When a new piece arrives, depicting an angelic figure who shares the physical features she’s always thought of as monstrous, Aurelia searches for the artist, determined to get the answers her mother has long-refused to provi... more
  • An Evening with Annabelle

    by Sean Hartlieb
    It is the mid-twenty-first century. Advances for online communications have enabled people to be more connected with one another, and yet mankind has never felt more alone. From seeking greater intimacy, most of the world abandoned human relationships for android partnerships. UniFederation, a corporate government, has taken over the world's international order. It is also the main distributor of Ropanions, the most popular sex robots on the market. High class Annabelle West decides to re... more
  • Vale

    by Mia Michele
    Alexander Vale has lived for a thousand years. He has seen the human race fall prey to the immortals and now, as a member of the ruling Archon class, he is responsible for his own people- both the older and more powerful Archontes as well as the hunger-driven Subalterns- and the mortal Esnes. The Law is his safety; he helped create the ruling class hundreds of years ago to quell revolt and provide a measure of calm in a world that was ravaged by cruelty and harsh conditions. Once the Old Land... more
  • Darkling Smiles: Tales of Brightness Darkled

    by Michaelbrent Collings

    #1 Horror Bestseller and multiple Bram Stoker Award finalist Michaelbrent Collings brings you tales of darkling brightness...

     

    A family that wins tablet computers at a deal to good to be believed...

    A man who is sent across the universe, only to discover the most dangerous world in existence...

    A hitman who realizes that his greatest contract is going to be himself...

    A man whose child has been targeted by a cult, and must decide ... more

  • Voodoo Ball

    by C.P. Mortensen
    Imagine an alternate universe where everyone is obsessed with golf. Impossible to get there but even more impossible to get back. Charley Cotter never should have lied to his wife. He tells her he has a business meeting in San Diego but, instead, flies off with some pals for a golf spree in Palm Springs. When their small plane crashes in a wind-turbine field during an electrical storm, Charley survives - but arrives home to a town now obsessed with golf, where marauding gangs of night-golfers - ... more
  • Carnival Panic

    by Catori Sarmiento
    Candy makes the PonPon Bunnies sweet. Be careful if they’re angry. And watch out for traps! These are the dangers of competing in the Carnival Panic game show, a ruthless competition that tests the chosen competitors with mental and physical struggles. In order to claim the substantial monetary prize, the winner must solve a series of room puzzles and succeed in entertaining the fickle masses.
  • Lee's Lesson (Ditch Lane Diaries Book 4)

    by D.F. Jones
    Love angel series? Lee's recruited to fight in a six-thousand-year war between Angels and Demons in this fast-paced, mesmerizing and mystical tale. 1950 Everglade, Tennessee Lee Campbell learns a secret that changes her life when a messenger from the heavenly realm appears before her and reveals her true nature, hidden since birth. Her supernatural powers unfold, sending her on a dark and dangerous quest to save innocent souls from Hades. Harry Glenn returns from the Korean War on th... more
  • H'Ilgraith, Sister of the House of H'Aleth

    by Mary Elizabeth Ames
    In the first book, Homo transformans: The Origin and Nature of the Species, an old woman played a pivotal role in saving and protecting a young girl who eventually became Mistress of the House of H’Aleth. The old woman always seemed to know where to go and what to do. Her knowledge of medicinal plants, the preparations of potions, and treatment of wounds was extensive. Even more extraordinary was her knowledge of the red and the gray dragons and her ability to communicate with them. She... more
  • The Eternal Realm

    by Robert Napoli
    A world and its people, three races, who for reasons of their own eliminate all hostile threats. Evil banished, then a treaty to protect a United Realm, ultimately to deter conflict among themselves. After hundreds of years, a rift in the fabric of time and space. An innocent group thrust into chaos. A Civil War threatens a Kingdom, while the other two struggle with their own stability. An ancient evil spawns racial divide and in the chaos the stability of the Kingdoms erode threatening the enti... more
  • Forever Will End: The Gospel of Chaos Series: Book One

    by Dominique Brandt
    Forever Will End is about an ancient prophecy of evil that threatens all existence. Its a heavily character focused/growth story filled with dark humor, charm, suspense and whit that will hopefully keep readers entertained from start to finish.
  • Zeroglyph: A Hard Sci Fi Artificial Intelligence Thriller (Standalone Book)

    by Vance Pravat
    Synopsis: Can a machine truly understand the difference between right and wrong? Part locked-room mystery, part home-invasion story, Zeroglyph is an exciting and utterly unique sci fi thriller that takes Isaac Asimov’s Three Laws of Robotics to the next level. Blurb: Raphael, the world’s first sentient robot, has been programmed to be the perfect moral being—at least according to Andy, its creator. When an accident puts Andy home alone in a wheelchair, he learns that the AI has gone mis... more
  • Still Harping on My Daughter

    by Marc S. Silver
    Harold Goldfarb is a sixty-year-old retiring actor who's only looking for some peace and contentment in his advancing years, but in the middle of the night he is visited by a strange otherworldly being (who looks remarkably like Mel Brooks) and after that Harold's whole world, or what he thinks is his world, gets completely turned upside down. Harold is tasked with an outrageous assignment, and unfortunately the fate of humanity depends on what he does next.

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