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by JT NewmanMurderous Absetian war golems lead an attack on Kovos’ home, destroying his village and threatening the entire nation of Terrat. Determined to defend his land and desperate for vengeance, Kovos learns to harness dark new powers and sets out to forge his destiny.
by T.J. Deschamps
In the third book of the Faerie Tales series, the story expands. In the outset story, Fergus, Aoife, and Niamh hunt down the reincarnation of Tamlin so that they might break the curse.
On the inset story, Aoife attempts to find Cu Roi Mac Daire's weakness, so she can use it against him. She finds darker secrets await outside his castle's walls.
Fagan, now going by Fergus, takes up Tamlin's offer to train with the fae warriors so that he might gain favor with Mab. The p... more
by G. W. LückeGrin and Thaly rescue Tom Anderson from the clutches of the wicked Malphas and escape Enthilen on a merchant ship. But the journey proves perilous, tearing the friendship apart and setting them on different paths. Tom seeks the land of Bindari, where he believes he’ll discover how to defeat Malphas. What he finds there, throw his plans into chaos but reveal a chance to thwart Malphas if Tom’s prepared to risk everything. A shared trauma brings Grin and Thaly closer together. After returning to... more
by Jon Gray Lang
Set in the 29th century in a distant part of the galaxy, the Consortium controls the human colonies held together by the jump gates. Where the Consortium doesn’t hold sway, crime flourishes. Using a hellish engine that goes where no one should, the crew of the Matilda slips its way between the two.
CAPTAIN JACQUIE DELAHAYE (smuggler) and the Matilda crew sneak onto a prison ship and break out ANTON ROANE (ex-freedom fighter). He forces them to take along th... more
by N.D. JonesChief Magistrate Lela of the House of Asheema is truth and wisdom incarnate or so she proclaims the day she is inducted into the Council of Magistrates, the ruling government of her homeworld. Charged with assisting the regent negotiate a peace treaty between warring planets, Lela is determined to prove she is worthy of ruling alongside chief magistrates thirty years her senior. But when the peace talks turn deadly, Lela’s mission shifts from negotiating reconciliation to capturing dangerous mer... more
by Melanie Harding-ShawMelanie Harding-Shaw’s debut collection of short stories explores alternate realities, presents, and futures through science fiction, fantasy and horror. Alternating between bite-sized micro-fiction and longer stories, it includes five never-before-published stories as well as the first novelette in the Censored City trilogy, Would She Be Gone.
by Melanie Harding-ShawA celiac mountain biking witch from New Zealand finds a dash of romance while facing a dark trap with her snarky demon familiar.
by Matthew C. LucasAn aspiring young commissar, a restless king, and a sardonic judge find themselves in the throes of a civil war that is tearing their commonwealth apart. An epic fantasy, The Mountain combines high action and deep intrigue.
by Robert D Gallagher
Sam McCall is a thief, and he would say an exceptional one. However, his last job had some unexpected consequences and ended badly. Well, that’s what happens when you get infected by a homicidal brain wiping fungus and trying to kill an Archangel of Death. All that aside, he managed to escape from an inescapable prison. The downside is that he had to take the people he had rescued to another prison suspended over the same black hole to save a friend.
Not too bad, considering ... more
by Gary J. KirchnerEarth. The near future. Internet technology has evolved to the point where humans are connected without intermediary devices. Communication is instant. Social interaction is incessant. The wealth of human knowledge is accessible with a thought. Tommy Pierre Antikagamac, the world’s most popular athlete, finds himself suddenly detached from the Hive and captured by a tiny group of free-thinking radicals. The unfamiliar emptiness and silence in his unattached mind is agonizing. As weeks of captivi... more
by Bill ThompsonParanormal investigator Landry Drake and his team take on a malevolent child spirit seeking revenge at Merilee Plantation, an ancient mansion on Bayou Teche. When several people are found hanged from the same chandelier in an upstairs hallway, Landry goes to Merilee, only to become a pawn in a bizarre game. He is kidnapped and taken to a rusty trawler near the Gulf of Mexico. When he escapes, he learns he’s a suspect in yet another bizarre death inside the decaying mansion. Not until the end—wh... more
by Price DoomHeart and her father are on the run from God. At least, that’s what her father, Sonny, tells her. Young Heart believes Sonny’s stories of dying suns and scientists with tranquilizer guns, parachuting out of planes in pursuit of them. Sonny believes only the elements in his body can save the sun, and Heart grows up in fear of the boogeymen from Sonny’s stories—and Sonny himself. After years without proof and questions about Sonny’s mental stability, Heart makes her escape.
by Robert W. Brady, Jr.The surprising conclusion to the Fovean Chronicles - Randy Morden has taken on the world, and now the world is fighting back! Enemies must now become allies, and friends enemies, as Randy fights not just to appease the god War, but to keep his family intact and, no matter what direction he turns, it looks like he must lose it all.
by Raymond F. Klein
This science fiction-action-comedy, set on present day Earth, begins in a far-off galaxy. Prodor Moffit and four other prisoners have escaped to Earth and it's up to two IPF Agents to find them. But, right off they have problems. The first is that they have limited info on the human race that only dates to the late 1950's. And the second is that the Agents are alien in appearance and must replicate themselves into humans. The commander's replication succeeds, but due to a computer... more
by Norman Westhoff
In this sequel to "Stone Fever," geologist Keltyn SparrowHawk, recovered from a near-fatal bullet wound, tries to make a new life with the nomadic Antarctic tribe that took her in, but clues point to mega-industrialist Sir Oscar Bailey readying a second mission to exploit the iridium treasure by Mt. Erebus. Sure that his plan spells disaster for her tribe, she must first inspire her Onwei friends.
by Charles K. Jordan
For all of recorded history, the sentient races of Cordizal clashed in war and strife. Details changed from time to time, but the broad strokes remained the same — peoples, societies, and governments rising then falling, then rising only to fall again. Year after year, the patterns held until the five most powerful kingdoms on the continent, burnished and tempered by their past, set aside their differences and united into the Five Kingdoms. Presently, this young coalition of sovereign... more