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  • The Breaking (The End Time Saga Book 2)

    by Daniel Greene
    The hunt is on to find Patient Zero... The dead have been ravaging the planet for months. Both the East and the West coasts of the United States have collapsed and the U.S. military is in full retreat. All their attempts to stem the tide of the dead have failed. Former Counterterrorism Agent Mark Steele and his fellow survivors have been bushwhacked in the West Virginia hills. The fringe West Virginians are teaching him a valuable lesson in the new rules of the apocalypse. The mountain fo... more
  • End Time (The End Time Saga Book 1)

    by Daniel Greene
    Protests in front of an embassy aren't what they seem... In the dark primal jungles of the Congo River basin, something is ravaging the local population. When protests turn violent in front of the US Embassy Kinshasa, only the foreign policy experts paid attention. Civil war erupts and people rip each other apart in the streets of the African capital. In an effort to avert disaster and preserve its self-image, an overwhelmed US Department of State dispatches a team of elite counterterroris... more
  • Over a God's Dead Body

    by Joel Spriggs
    Over a God's Dead Body is a wild ride of fantasy, satire and dark humor filled with gods, magic, and monsters. Esmy works in IT but wishes for a more exciting life outside her daily routine of network troubleshooting. Esmy comes to learn that Baldur College secretly teaches Preternatural Sciences. Her boss is actually a vampire, and she's been sitting in the midst of magic and monsters for years. Along with her brother, Jake, she discovers a family secret the likes of which are the stuff of lege... more
  • Allegory

    by Aneli Defanif
    It has been many years since the times of peace in the world of Coa. Those who are brave enough to express the desire of the common people to the rulers now are suddenly disappearing, never to be seen again. Such is the fate of Roahan Ferus' parents. It would have been his fate too if it was not for their last words to find the Jurishaon Mentors, a group of people whom the all-controlling Orsed military is hunting down with a strangely odd obsession. When almost by accident Roahan meets Anad... more
  • Deadsteam: A Chilling Collection of Dreadpunk Tales of the Dark and Supernatural

    by Bryce Raffle

    Reader beware: to open this tome is to invite dread into your heart. Every page you turn will bring you closer to something wicked. And when the dead begin to rise from the steaming pits of hell, only then will you discover that it is already too late. Your life is forfeit.

    Featuring an introduction by Leanna Renee Hieber, author of the Eterna Files and Strangely Beautiful saga, DeadSteam plays host to the scintillating writing of David Lee Summers (Owl Dance,... more

  • Drynwideon, The Sword of Destiny - Yeah, Right

    by R.A. Gregory
    An ancient, weather-beaten, but still rather handsome barbarian, scales the pitiless slopes of Mount Terror on a dark and stormy night, to finish the task that he should have completed twenty years before… and spectacularly fails in the process. Jump forward one thousand years and meet Drin, the half-starved, sarcastic and one hundred per cent self-centred inhabitant of a village reduced to cannibalism under the brutal rule of Ka, the Dragon Princess. He’s the hero of our story, although he d... more
  • General Leila

    by J. Ross
    In a world where ancient and modern technology collide, a female General is one of the leaders in the war with the neighboring country, Sharon. The compound where she trains her soldiers is also home to her artist brother, Micah. In the years after her father's death, Leila has become one of the most respected generals her country has ever seen. Abigail, the daughter of a neighboring general, comes to stay with them for her safety. Leila counts on her first officer, Gwendolyn, and her fiance, Ge... more
  • Azimuth

    by Rennie St. James
    Trapped in an office job, Mia Rayner dreamed of adventure. And then it came true. When she finds the body of her Gypsy teacher, Mia's life will shift into a blur of martial arts, mythology, and murder. Taught by the enigmatic Cayden Jodhani, she'll learn the warrior's path in a Rahki world where magic hangs heavy between Mia and her destiny. With a young orphan by her side, Mia will have to fight to earn her place as Nadya’s guardian protector. Ancient prophecies claim she and the gifted ... more
  • Crooked Raven (Otherworld) (Volume 1)

    by Talis Jones
    There is an island that protects the young not because they are lost, but because they were taken. The Island of Oneiroi is not a mere destination for children and dreamers - it's a sanctuary for the murdered and vengeance has come. Adrianna Verdandi holds the cooling corpse of her foster brother, Geoffrey Martinez, when a curious stranger turns up with an invitation of passage to an impossible realm. Little did she know that accepting a second chance would bind their fates to the very darkne... more
  • Disciples Book One: New Day

    by George Allen Blacken
    Through science and sorcery, the rich and elite of humanity have gained immortality and special abilities, transforming themselves into a pantheon of self-proclaimed gods. They rule the Earth from their city on the moon. All religions on Earth have been outlawed and those who still practice religious beliefs other than worshipping them are considered outlaws called disciples. Follow the adventures of the Redmon family, a single father trying to raise and protect his three children, while on the ... more
  • Alternative Theologies: Parables for a Modern World (Alternatives) (Volume 3)

    by Bob Brown

    This book explores theology and beliefs, it is written to be kind as well as thoughtful, and at times funny. It will give you belly laughs, but it will also give understanding of the notion of believing. It will remind you that no matter what you believe, we make this journey together. There are poems by some wonderful modern thinkers including Gwyndyn T. Alexander and Jane Yolen, that will explore the nature of our world. Essays by David Brin and David Gerrold that explore the nature of why ... more

  • Wake of Dissent

    by Sasha DeVore

    Hanu decided he's a full-fledged Dissenter now, and he's set out to interrupt the Ancient Ones’ plans. But he finds himself lost in the desert instead. On top of that, Ancient Ones are now crawling the streets and people are coming up missing from the Capital City. And even worse, the more he finds out about the Ancient Ones' plans for humanity, the more discord arises within the Underground. Now he must rely on new friends, as well as old friends, to help him... more

  • The Burnt Sunset

    by Chris Ledoux
    When lighting and wind ignite wildfires on the East Coast of America, no one is prepared. The Firegale, a wind-blown blaze, sweeps westward scorching the landscape. Teenager Baeran Sheridan flees his home in New Hampshire guided by Solstice Dayton, a girl in Kentucky who reveals the future in lyrical visions. A connection forms, drawing the teens together as their world falls apart. But there is a worse fate than the flames. Survivors emerge caught in the Daze and decay in mind and body. After t... more
  • Caroline and Mordecai the Gand

    by Jeff Gunhus
    While Caroline mourns the recent loss of her father, she falls through a window into a different world. She meets Mordecai the Gand who helps her navigate this new world and helps her learn the lesson that will allow her to return home.
  • Hostile Takeover (Vale Investigation Book 1)

    by Cristelle Comby
    Moonlighting as Death’s earth-bound envoy, P.I. Bellamy Vale specializes in the weird, wacky, and slightly unhinged. When a mysterious beast savagely mauls random residents of Cold City, the police assume that these are the killings of a rogue wolf. But experienced private investigator, Bellamy Vale, is unconvinced. Ordered by Death herself to investigate, Vale has no choice but to obey for his boss is not someone to disappoint—if he wants to keep breathing, that is. With friend and co... more
  • Primordial Code

    by Erik Daniel Shein and Melissa Davis
    Can You Crack the Code? Coming March 19, 2019 from Award-Winning Authors Erik Daniel Shein and Melissa Davis, A Young Adult Sci Fi Thriller, Primordial Code. Samantha Taylor is not your average teenager. From the moment she could speak, her first words were filled with questions of the way things worked around her. With a father who fostered her love of science, mirroring his own, Sam is fascinated with genetics and computer programming, two things that have been known to get her into trou... more

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