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  • Silver Hollow: 2018 Edition (Borderlands Saga Book 1)

    by Jennifer Silverwood
    Amie Wentworth lives in a fantasy world. It's far better to face the monsters in the books she writes than deal with being twenty-seven, single, and scared of relationships. But when she's stabbed in an alley and brought back to life by a handsome stranger, Amie is suddenly dragged into the very sort of tale she's used to telling. With no choice but to cross the Atlantic to the safety of her uncle's estate, Amie discovers a world beyond imagining. The first installment in the Borderlands Saga,... more
  • The Vatican Games

    by Alejandra Guibert
    Vera is born on the day an apocalyptic revenge is unleashed, annihilating half of the world's population. Her birth marks the beginning of a new world order run by powerful gaming corporations. A warless existence with no poverty has been secured, until this fine balance becomes once more under threat. Vera is the female David to beat Goliath and prevent further devastation. The future lies in her hands. It's a game that she needs to win.
  • God is a Mortician

    by Finn Briscoe
    God Is a Mortician is an irreverent novel of political and religious satire, written as absurdist sci-fi with significant sexual content, sometimes bizarre. A fast-moving, comedic drama told as a history lesson to the narrator’s son, there’s sex with Jesus, a strong white president who happens to be an albino gorilla, and three aliens from the planet Mortice who extract large amounts of energy for their spaceships from the semi-intelligent Earthlings through religious worship.
  • The Temple of the Eye (Bards of Bedlam Book 1)

    by Thomas Fruman
    Cael and Sid are two rogues and musicians with a knack for trouble and solving crimes. In a fantasy world of medieval charm, Cael uses logic and science to uncover murders and mayhem, while Sid, his trusty friend, sidekick, troubadour and doctor, accompanies him, as long as there is a pretty lady or coin involved. Follow their exploits through the rough city of Bedlam, as the motley group of musicians pit themselves and their friends against a beast-worshiping cult.
  • The Veil (The Redemption Series) by Torstein Beck

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    We thought we’d be at the top of the food chain forever. We were wrong. Aaro Emmerson knows what lies beyond the walls. It’s why he vowed never to go out there again. But his city is dying, and the chance at a better life is hanging in the balance. He must journey a thousand kilometers into the wild unknown, into their territory, and retrieve a nuclear core that has the power to save one of the last refuges of man. The plan is suicidal. But it’s better to die on your feet than on ... more
  • Demon From the Stars and Other Stories

    by Craig Pittman

    Demon From The Stars: An alien bio-weapon crash lands on a small, remote medieval manor. As it begins to kill, the manor inhabitants not only have to deal with it, they also have to deal with their entire view of the universe being irrevocably shattered. Book World: Jack Malone was the star of a successful series of literary action thrillers. But when his series finally gets cancelled, he is set free by his author to run among the worlds found inside books. But when Jack sets free a romance h... more

  • Dome Six: A Dystopian Adventure (The Cytocorp Saga Book 1)

    by C.P. James
    How could someone vanish from a sealed dome city? When Tosh’s parents disappeared, the ruling Authority covered it up. Now she’s forced to teach dead-eyed kids only what they must know to perform the Dome’s ten basic jobs. Once the algorithms choose for them, they’ll be stuck there forever. Her adopted son, Owen, will soon learn his. But after a century of protecting its people from a deadly climate event, things are falling apart. Critical systems could fail at any moment. When the Author... more
  • Hot Ash and the Oasis Defect

    by Philip Wyeth
    In a hi-tech future ruled by women, one indulgent cop stalks a killer... Welcome to 2045. Automation has freed humanity from the drudgery and limitations of blue-collar labor. For twenty years, a remarkable group of female bureaucrats has overseen an ambitious construction program that is spreading equity, prosperity, and peace worldwide. But Detective Ashley Westgard of the Jacksonville Police Corps senses that beneath all the glimmer and shine, a new malaise has taken root in society. From bra... more
  • Hallelujah

    by F.E. Feeley Jr, Kim Fielding
  • STAZR the World of Z: The Dawn of Athir

    by Anay Ayarovu

    A strange and mystical prophecy was found in the city of Treebarad. On a piece of parchment, old long-forgotten events come back to life, the memory of which was intentionally erased. A mysterious prophecy now gives hope to the twisted ruling race that the power they seek lies behind an ancient gate. On the reverse side of the oracle are coordinates to the location of the Chosen One.

    Lael is an introverted and naive writer who grew up with a book in one hand and a quill in the other. Al... more

  • The Adventures of Rockford T. Honeypot

    by Josh Gottsegen
    As a young boy, shy, bookish Rockford T. Honeypot had dreams of thrilling adventures across the never-ending forest. However, timid of danger and germs, his only adventures were found in books and his imagination. When his family abandons him after a mistake that destroys their hazelnut business, Rockford is launched into a journey that takes him to places he couldn’t have imagined in his wildest dreams. Along the way, Rockford meets a colorful assortment of characters-- from a renowned chef, t... more
  • Sons of Enki

    by JD Stanley

    After a decade in the flaming palace of the Netherworld, destiny throws Kurshram and his protégé, Alan, back into the thick of the pantheon's dysfunctional family drama as She-who-had-no-maker orders Kurshram back to an earth now tearing itself apart.

    Release Date: TBD
    Genre: dark fantasy, paranormal romance, mythology, historical fantasy romance

  • Sin 'til Sunrise

    by Brad Evans
    Sin 'til Sunrise is a supernatural thriller set in the urban horror world of Lazarus Bay. The domed city is the only place in America where vampires, werewolves, and the undead can congregate and live without constant monitoring. With the largest concentration of occult beings in the world, it has become a destination for tourists seeking the thrill of being up close and personal with the monsters. On one of his drunken walkabouts John Chase stumbles across a group of female vampires being held... more
  • The Seer

    by JD Stanley

    The Seer: An Irish Druid in Roman Britain

    “Pity he had not heeded his own counsel and chosen with greater care those many years before.”

    Displaced Irish Druid, Bronan, knows the real reason for the fall of Edenshire. As fourth century Christendom terrorises earthy gods into myth throughout Roman Britain, though one of the last living agents of the Mother Goddess, She no longer speaks to him and no matter what he does... more

  • Blood Runner

    by JD Stanley

    Book Excellence Award 2017 Fantasy Finalist

    In 3213 BCE Sumer, the Great Mountain, Enlil, banishes his sister, Ninlil, to the Netherworld for taking her temple priest as consort. But her Kurshram fights a life-sacrificing way through the flaming palace to trade his soul to free her. A thousand years later, a dark deed wakes his dead, empty flesh...

    Richard can’t die. And he’s a monster. Maybe. But he can’t remember how that came... more

  • Dwarf Story

    by Professor W. W. Marplot
    For Arty to miss a day of school, either he is very, very sick or a fairytale-character turf-war has begun in his backyard — such as what begins this particular Wednesday. First, he finds an axe-swinging, bearded, sweaty warrior Dwarf scaring his dogs. Soon enough, Emma, Cry and other middle-school friends also find fairy creatures — Elves, Spriggans, Pixies, and a hoped-for dragon — crashing into their normal homework-doing, backpack-carrying, phone-charging schooldays. Why are these magica... more

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