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  • HACK3R

    by Alexander Ferrick
  • Beware of Memories

    by Darlien C. Breeze

    Beware of Memories is a 108,480-word novel that can best be described as soft Science Fiction, a captivating story that pulls the reader in and holds their attention with international intrigue yet appeals to their emotional side with just a hint of romance. Kept well away from the little green men type of stories that make a poor substitute for classic science fiction, Beware of Memories explores the premise of aliens contacting humans without the conventional invasion or destruction of the ... more

  • Bones: A collection of monsters

    by Andrew Cull
    'Bones' brings together four chilling ghost stories by award winning writer-director Andrew Cull. Four monsters collected in paperback for the first time.
  • The Shadow Territories

    by TL Hoffman
    Florence Stuart had become accustomed to her routine life in Grimsfield. Her parents were gone and her only companion, Samson, just reminded her of a better time, a better life. A time before she caused the deaths of those closest to her. Her isolation was becoming unbearable until a visit from a mysterious stranger hurtles her down a path into an unknown world where nightmares reign. Florence discovers that monsters, both physical and mental, lurk just beneath the surface. She must decid... more
  • The Hidden Empire - Deep City Book 1

    by E. G. Jensen
    Oliver Archer is a wealthy, handsome young man enjoying the high life on the Upper West Side of Manhattan before going off to college — until a stray molecular black hole shrinks him down to two inches tall. He is ripped from his glittering life and forced into the underworld of New York City . . . not the criminal underworld, but a hidden society that lives beneath the sidewalks, in the sewers, and in the spaces behind old walls. There Oliver is drawn into a deadly conflict as he encounters mic... more
  • Goblin Wars: A Fire Rises

    by Nelson Vasquez
    Goblin Wars is a fast paced, quirky, and fantastical series about Benjamin Dale Halfpenny. Our hero unknowingly is last remaining member of the royal shaman bloodline that once ruled the vast goblin empires of old. Although now in modern times his people have been subjugated by other species and relegated to carving out a meager existence. The story begins with Benjamin as an infant, dropped off at a porch of the renowned wizard couple Edmund Dale and Irwin Halfpenny. Instead o... more
  • Alone Together

    by Robert Hill
    Would you survive? The world changes for thirteen-year-old Kyle Stryker in a blaze of unnatural light as every piece of technology stops working. With his family, friends, and neighbors, they struggle to understand and wait for a rescue that never comes. This is no ordinary blackout. Everything that uses electricity is dead, even cars! Hours turn into days and weeks. Neighbors and friends drift away in search of water and food. Should they stay or go? Each decision will mean the difference... more
  • A Lasting Tale

    by FN Beza
    Many can play a part in the history of a glorious land, but only a few can be part of the ending... Today only some remember Therneck, an Empire for the lucky ones. It's people, once emperors of a land that stood strong against adversity, today are only remembered by those eager to kill their legacy. But no one— no one other than me knows what happened. What truly broke it all and made it crumble. How the ending began inside the home of a powerful family. Ace and Mel, brother an sister, enemies.... more
  • An Impossible Truth: A Romance Between Realms

    by Petra van der Ploeg
    'An Impossible Truth' is the first book of a pentalogy and tells the story of twenty-six-year-old Sophia McAllister who finds out her dreams are not just dreams: she travels to a realm, much like her own, except she's sixteen and back in high school. But her travels come with a heavy price; her own sanity is on the line when she starts to question whether or not the life she's led so far is in fact... real.
  • Driven to the Hilt: Forging the Blade

    by D G Lamb
    An inscrutable stranger offers him a deal that seems too good to be true. And it is. Joshua soon faces new challenges to survive in a place he had not believed was even real. Having successfully evaded the colony’s underworld and corrupt police, Joshua finds himself trapped alone in a sterile white room. But it is no ordinary room, changing and shifting in response to his reactions and behaviors. Ultimately, he will have to make a choice… one that will forever change the direction of his life... more
  • Volume One of the Muse of Mischief: Trella

    by Catrina Briscoe
    The Muse of Mischief is a modern day superheroine, she's no damsel-n-distress. Not just another female version of a male superhero, she IS female empowerment. Hidden on Earth as a child to be raised by humans, she travels the Universe with her loyal companion Agent Brzko and a team of crime fighting aliens to vanquish the villains, all the while trying to find out just what she is and where she's from. She has super human strength and the ability to travel through space and time. As an advocate ... more
  • Visions Through a Glass, Darkly

    by David I. Aboulafia
    RICHARD GOODMAN is the caretaker of a unique institution that trains disabled youth in the art of watchmaking. But he is no ordinary administrator. He possesses extra sensory powers he does not fully understand and cannot control. \tBut an innocent outing to Coney Island results in him obtaining a more disturbing ability, along with a terrifying prophecy that he will die in less than three days. \tAs the clock of his life counts down, a still greater threat emerges. An uncanny assassin who wi... more
  • The Barutha Divers

    by J. R. Ellis

    The darkness is closing in around Kerak Um.Tiago.

    Now an outcast, Kerak had once idolized his lost father and older half-sister, both masters of the craft to which Kerak had devoted his adult life. But no longer. Once the hunter…now the hunted.

    Enter the Sphere known as the Dimensional Horizon: a realm of rugged terrain and unfathomable seas, illuminated by winged iridescence, lying above the cavernous architecture of the nebulous Subterra, beneath the deadly Mists of Aurea... more

  • Athena: Goddess of Heroes (Olympus Earthed Book 1)

    by Ashli and Trisha Edwards
    Athena: Goddess of Heroes is the first installment in this fast-paced, fantastical series. Olympus Earthed reimagines the Greek gods and goddesses of history and myth; making them heroes of today. Athena is the strong and confident goddess of Greek mythology. Until she is sent to Earth, that is. Her mission: to find a modern-day hero. But his fate is to die. Will she sacrifice the Hero for all mortal and immortal life? Or, will she let both of their worlds crumble around her to save t... more
  • The Secret of the Urns

    by A.B. Carolan
    Set in the same sci-fi universe as A. B. Carolan’s The Secret Lab, this new young-adult sci-fi mystery explores a Jupiter-sized planet’s satellite in a faraway solar system where human scientists are studying local flora and fauna but behaving badly until a teen who wants to study the satellite’s ETs comes along. She shows that cooperation is better than xenophobia. In the process, she discovers that the ETs’ beliefs go far beyond ancestor worship. Based on Steven M. Moore's short story "Marcel... more
  • Three Days of Darkness: The Final Secret

    by S. A. Teller

    When a Vatican pope reveals a demonic event that would end the world, facts uncover an evil society conjuring a prophecy of obliteration.

    A satanic ritual breaches the gates of hell at a church in Florence, Italy that menaces the world with a prophesied apocalyptic end. Meanwhile, outside a picturesque town in Fátima, Portugal, the Holy Virgin miraculously appears to a young shepherd girl named Lúcia and entrusts her with a profound secret to warn the world of an evil plan.

    The ... more

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