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  • Future World Rolls!: We Are Family

    by Terry Tumbler

    This Space Opera is set to Rock n’ Roll and classical music, many of the songs being entirely original and composed by the author.

    It starts in the mid-20th century with two talented FBI Special Agents being tasked with recruiting people to undertake a really unusual mission. In the process, they are themselves abducted to take a leading role in that mission, which is intended to save the human race from alien conquest.

    It involves time travel into the future, as they lead t... more

  • The Trials of Arden: Shadow of the Darkwood

    by Andrew Alexander Miller

    Heir to his father’s throne, Arden has always lived a sheltered and protected life until one day he and his best friend Taril sneak away to seek out the lost city of Talindor.

    Escaping the watchful eyes of their protectors, they use the city’s secret tunnels to reach the fields beyond the great walls of Tyare. While exploring in Verin Forest, they find signs of the ruins of the ancient city, but grave danger lurks in the Darkwood.

    In Tyare, children have been going mis... more

  • Dimensionally Speaking...

    by Sara Lynn Inman
    A collection of short Sci-fi tales for the adult reader.
  • Evil Is: The Evil Series

    by MJ Martin
    When Frances Thames discovers she is terminally ill, it prompts her to divulge the secrets of her life. She begins a journal, intending to set right the wrongs of her past. Beginning in her childhood, she takes us on a heart-wrenching journey. All the while, she struggles to come to terms with her illness and continues to hide the truth from her daughter and two grandsons, who know nothing of her past.
  • Emmett the Empathy Man

    by Lindsay Woodward
    Every Sunday, best friends Jenny, Adam and Zack leave their unhappy lives behind and they meet down the pub. They're all huge fans of comic books, so for fun, one afternoon, they decide to create their own superhero. But as Empathy Man starts to take shape, strange things start to happen to them in their everyday lives; things they just can't possibly explain. And who is it they keep seeing in the corner of their eyes? Emmett the Empathy Man is a comic tale of wishing for better things only t... more
  • Falstaff's Big Gamble

    by Hank Quense
    This novel is Shakespeare's Worst Nightmare. It takes two of the Bard's most famous plays, Hamlet and Othello, and recasts them with fantasy characters in a place called Gundarland. Hamlet is a dwarf and Othello is a dark elf. Iago and his wife, Emilia, are trolls. If that isn't bad enough, these two tragedies are now comedies with Falstaff, Shakespeare's most popular rogue, thrown in as a bonus. Both Hamlet and Othello are plagued by the scheming Falstaff, a human.
  • The Other Side

    by Dan Pagano
    Jude is a 16 year old private school student who discovers that he can communicate with and see spirits. He sees angels and demons too, which are part of an insidious agency known as The Horde. In a trance his consciousness visits heaven, and he soon learns of an all out war for the fate of humanity between the forces of light and the powers of darkness.
  • Project Tau

    by Jude Austin
    Kalin Taylor is on the path to success. He's just won a scholarship to the prestigious Sanderson College of Arts and Science to study medicine. He's also about to do something very, very stupid in the name of becoming one of the 'in' kids at college. It sounded simple at the time. Sneak into a branch of the top-secret, interstellar scientific company GenTech, take a photo of the genetically engineered creature Project Tau that's supposedly inside, and sneak back out again. Cue membership of ... more
  • The Borderland

    by Steven E. De La Pena
    In the summer of 1958, ten-year-old Adam de la Cruz makes a startling discovery: he is from a family of powerful sorcerers, Mexican brujos. After the sudden death of his mother, his father leaves him and his older sister, Maria, with their grandmother in the barrio of East Los Angeles. As the summer wanes, Adam watches in horror as that power – called El Regalo, or The Gift – tears his family apart. Betrayed and terrorized, he eventually flees. Thirteen years later he surfaces in San Francisc... more
  • Adventures of One Up Max: Runic and the Crystal Cave

    by Lisa Shawver

    Max loves sitting by the backdoor watching everything that goes on.  But, this morning, a blinding light zooms across the yard.  Then, he sees it, a strange looking critter.

    Being a great watch-dog and the guardian of the yard, Max jumps into high gear after it.  When he's just about to catch the critter, a young dragon, it jumps into a wavy air portal.  Hot on his trail, Max leaps right in after it.

    Zoomed to another world, Max encounters 100-foot... more

  • The Heretic's Guide to Homecoming (Book One: Theory)

    by Sienna Tristen

    “Life is transformation. You change or you die.”

    Ashamed of his past and overwhelmed by his future, Ronoah Genoveffa Elizzi-denna Pilanovani feels too small for his own name. After a graceless exit from his homeland in the Acharrioni desert, his anxiety has sabotaged every attempt at redemption. Asides from a fiery devotion to his godling, the one piece of home he brought with him, he has nothing.

    That is, until he meets Reilin. Beguiling, bewildering Reilin, ... more

  • The Pre-programming (Circo del Herrero)

    by G.B. Gabbler
    [The crippled god of metallurgy, fire, and alchemy has many names and many faces—sometimes Hephaestus, Ptah, or Vulcan. He changes to suit his needs. And just like his names, his creations have gone through countless revisions. This time, he’s finally onto something—his Automata have turned the heads of other gods. They’ve noticed their pre-programmed potential. There’s a reason Vulcan didn’t scrap the Automata—a reason he left them in the care of humans all this time. They were just the beta te... more
  • Dookie

    by Jesse Gordon
    Their property manager is a creep. The plumbing is barely up to code. Their next door neighbors are a very loud horny couple and a bodybuilding painter with bad digestion. The maintenance dude has just turned up dead in what appears to be a freak bathroom accident. Something sinister lurks in the pipes beneath Lovéren, and brothers Noah and Kayleb Padalecki are about to learn the hard way that it can take more than one flush to get rid of a bad turd.
  • Project Tau

    by Jude Austin
    Kalin Taylor is on the path to success. He's just won a scholarship to the prestigious Sanderson College of Arts and Science to study medicine. He's also about to do something very, very stupid in the name of becoming one of the 'in' kids at college. It sounded simple at the time. Sneak into a branch of the top-secret, interstellar scientific company GenTech, take a photo of the genetically engineered creature Project Tau that's supposedly inside, and sneak back out again. Cue membership of ... more
  • The Madness of Robin Randle

    by Wood Dickinson

    Robin Randle grew up in a violent home. One night she watched as her father shot her mother to death. Then he turned his rage against her. At the hospital she was pronounced brain dead. Kept alive by machines she slept and dreamed for seven months. Dreamed of traveling in a land called The Region. To escape she had to find a place called the Palace of Starlight. There she’d find a star that was hers. She took her star and woke up. When her coma ended her memories of The... more

  • Myrrendryl

    by Kirby Lord
    The curtain, the veil, the void, the abyss. So many names for the mystery of the beyond. People spend a good part of their lives just wanting to lift the heavy canvas of the circus tent and take a peek inside. Eventually they’ll know, in the end, we all know, but mankind is an impatient beast. Sadly, for most, if they ever could pull aside that curtain, they would spend the rest of their lives trying to forget that they ever had. Myrrendryl tells the tale of four seemingly unconnected youth b... more

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