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  • The Peace Ambassador

    by Fox Emerson
    Societies are being threatened by the growing number of terrorists, virus outbreaks, global cataclysmic weather phenomena and mankind’s overuse of the planet’s dwindling resources. When terrorists attack the touristic city of Florence and threaten the lives of many innocent people, Andrea Cello becomes an unwitting hero by diving in and stopping them. He has potentially saved hundreds from a horrific fate. But his good deeds and his subsequent message of peace goes viral and attracts the att... more
  • Things Change

    by GW Citroner
    A devastating plague has left the country in a state of chaos. Dangers lurk around every corner of this new reality. With his wife and child on the East Coast, Paramedic Dan Foster leaves Oregon behind, embarking on a cross-country journey to save them. Will there come a time when the bloody road ahead is too much?
  • The Earthling's Brother

    by Earik Beann

    Sam never knew his parents. In fact, he’s never met another human—or seen a sunrise, smelled a flower, or eaten a regular meal. All of that is about to change.

    It’s night in the desert, but he doesn’t feel the cold. The sky is clear, and the stars twinkle at him. He has never seen the sky from Earth before. Everything looks so strange. So . . . alien. He shakes his head in wonderment and laughs. He can’t stop smiling. This is Earth!

    There is a buildin... more

  • Datapocalypse

    by Christopher Keast

    In the not-so-distant future, as the world’s digital freight-train rolls right into its inevitable threshold of physical data storage limits, strange things begin to happen. At the same time, Kicis and Anna are each at a philosophical crossroads. The two of them collide under most inauspicious circumstances: things begin to disappear. As they try to find the meaning and reasons behind it—helping others to avert disaster—as though trying to solve the final riddle, has a tippi... more

  • Touched by Evil (Erin Holland series Book 3)

    by Nicole Leclercq
    Erin Holland hasn't seen her father since he tried to sacrifice her life. Comfortable with the spirits roaming around her mind, she wonders what happened to the man who made her. But when she's blackmailed into hunting her dad down, supernatural enemies lock her in a cell with her murderous dad. Erin's only hope for escape could come from teaming with the blood relative by her side. As long as he doesn't choose to finish what he started…
  • Touched by Darkness (Erin Holland Series Book 2)

    by Nicole Leclercq
    Erin Holland can now add vampire boyfriend to her long list of abnormalities. After years of balancing the ghostly voices in her head, she’s suddenly forced to handle a telepathic connection with the sexy, unscrupulous Master Vampire of Hope Acres. So when her shift at the hospital brings in a transforming werewolf, it’s the latest mental message from her lover that distracts her long enough for the patient’s teeth to pierce her skin, infecting her with the werewolf virus. If the local pack smel... more
  • Touched by Madness

    by Nicole Leclercq
    Erin Holland has spent a lifetime with ghosts in her head. Desperate to silence the four supernatural voices twisting her mind, she searches her dark past for answers. But to free herself from mental torture, she’s forced to cross paths with a sexy vampire who may be the only reason she’s still alive…
  • The Uncomfortable Glass Slippers

    by Michele Clark McConnochie
    In the second book of the trilogy The Strange Sagas of Sabrina Summers, Sabrina and her friends return to Dralfynia. They are turned into fairytale characters (again); search for temperamental magic objects (again); and have to match wits with terrifying creatures (again!). This time they have a were-dragon on their tale and only three days to rescue the real Cinderella.
  • The Uncooperative Flying Carpet

    by Michele Clark McConnochie
    The first in the Strange Sagas of Sabrina Summers trilogy, The Uncooperative Flying Carpet is a very funny take on fractured fairy-tales. When Sabrina, her friends and brother try to spy on her new step-mother, they find themselves transported to the very weird land of Dralfynia. Transformed into fairy-tale characters, they are seriously out of their depth. Captured by goblins, chased by a witch, attacked by bats and walking trees, all they want to do is go home. With the help of a unicorn with ... more
  • Shen

    by Quanta Kiran

    Set in ancient Egypt, this is a simple tale of heroes who band together to protect their beloved homeland from a terrible evil. This short story was written as a reading filler for those "in-between moments" in your life or to you help you unwind at the end of the day. Approximately 24000 words.

  • The Enchanted Urn

    by Wendy Milton
    Tim Barnett suffers a recurrent nightmare about an old man and a golden urn, a nightmare he discovers to be real. Can he and his fellow knights break the curse that is ensnaring his great, great grandfather?
  • Rafferty's Rules: Part 2 of Switchers

    by Wendy Milton
    In Llandringodd, the rule of law has broken down. Can Rodney help thwart the man who's profiting from the country's environmental disaster?
  • The Boy Who Disappeared: Part 1 of Switchers

    by Wendy Milton
    Rodney is being pursued by bullies. Can he outwit them? He's also developed an embarrassing tendency to fade and this leads him into some weird, otherworldly adventures.
  • A Stitch in Time

    by Wendy Milton
    Sam Pendlebury wants to travel back in time so he can find out why his father is always angry. Can Sam change the past?
  • The Doolally Kid

    by Wendy Milton
    Billy O'Connor, tall, skinny and unpopular, desperately wants to be good at something. Then something weird happens. Almost overnight, Bumbling Billy acquires talents that make him the coolest boy in school. He can play the piano, paint ... and he can rap! Do these spookily acquired talents bring Billy happiness, or does popularity come at a price?
  • Spooks: Book Four of Zach's Story

    by Wendy Milton
    There's a new boy at Josiah Batty Grammar who at first, Zach and his friends can't stand. Although Raoul improves on acquaintance, it isn't long before Zach discovers that befriending him is dangerous. In trying to help Raoul, Zach risks his own life.

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