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  • Dispossessed

    by Piper Mejia
    Thrown out by his foster parents, Slate travels deep into the bush covered mountain ranges of New Zealand. There he expects to meet the grandfather who has left him floundering since the death of his parents. But rather than the home he has longed for, Slate finds himself living among an ancient race masquerading as travelling performers. Dispossessed and disillusioned Slate fears he has been trapped in a cult that his own father had spent Slate’s entire life running from. After a disastrous... more
  • Consumed: Tales Inspired by the Wendigo

    by Josh Schlossberg
    Hunger that changes you…consumes you…turning you into a nightmare version of what you once were. From desolate snowy mountains and apocalyptic wastelands to New York’s sex clubs and virtual encounters, Denver Horror Collective brings you, dear reader, visions of horror inspired by the Wendigo.
  • Dragon by Midnight

    by Karen Kincy

    When the clock strikes midnight, Cinderella turns into a dragon.

    Prince Charming vows not to marry her, but to kill her. Cinderella’s only hope? Sikandar, a sorcerer banished from a faraway land, who promises to break the dragon curse. Even at her most beastly, he finds beauty within her. But he’s hiding his own dark past, and saving Cinderella might be his last chance of redemption.

    Together, Cinderella and Sikandar must untangle dangerous secrets and... more

  • 0745178413817

    by Lindsay Myers

    Aoife, the 8 year old protagonist gets bitten by her pet gerbil who mistakes her finger for food. She does not know how to get him to let go so she goes all around the house asking different members of her family for help. They all offer her advice but nothing works until her dad tells her to put the gerbil down on a desk, realising that he is never going to let go if he is hanging suspended from her finger. As soon as Aoife does this he lets go and they are friends again.

  • Honey Mountain

    by Jane Taylor
    In a dimension that is invisible to humans and inhabited by magical beings, four companions embark on a journey to free a friend and a large number of pollinating insects from the clutches of a diabolical wizard who is himself captivated by the most powerful Sorceress ever known. They are sustained in their quest by humour, affection and loyalty as they courageously battle the age-old evils of cruel greed and unfettered ambition. Honey Mountain is a story of light-hearted magical realism with... more
  • Northfield

    by Calvin Fisher
    For ten years, the earth has known nothing but suffocation. Sweeping clouds of neon death cover the surface, peeling away humanity layer by layer. The pressure of self-preservation forces survivors to harden their hearts. Mark Northfield stands as an exception. Operating as a lone mercenary, his only comfort is the memory of his dead wife. He lives by two final promises to her: never let go of life, and never let the world turn him into someone worse than the man she married. When a vengef... more
  • Nightlord: Sunset

    by Garon Whited
    Eric didn’t ask to be a vampire. In fact, he didn’t even believe in them. Biting your own tongue with your fangs does a lot of convincing. Even so, being a part-time undead isn’t as easy as you might think. It can let you hold down a day job, true, but sometimes the night “life” can be more than a little difficult, what with those bloodthirsty urges and predatory instincts kicking in, to say nothing of vampire hunters coming through magic gates. Luckily for Eric, he can rely on his trusty steed... more
  • Alien Dream Machine

    by William X. Adams
    Alien Dream Machine (82,000 words, sci-fi), by William X. Adams Available online April 1, 2021. Contact www.psifiboks.com/contact for an ARC. Gunnar is a young Las Vegas PI who struggles with narcolepsy, falling asleep at unpredictable moments. He tracks down a man who cheats at casino dice, only to learn that the guy is an extraterrestrial. Phane, the gambler, begs Gunnar to help him. He and his family are hunted by gangsters who want his dice secret. Gunnar is charmed by the stranger and... more
  • ©#87 Number Eighty-Seven

    by Terry Reece
    ©#87 Number Eighty-Seven The development of this Unique Super Hero is envisioned with Spiritual inspiration from Our Heavenly Father. Within the Biblical Numerology importance of The Spiritual Realms of order, we take great pride, humility and love in utilizing the very specialized numbers of ©#87. #8:, Eight; the Number Eight: represents New beginnings, with the Resurrection of Christ on the eighth day. Hebrew boys circumcised on the eighth day (Genesis 17:12) Featuring BYRON WILLIAMS
  • Stranded

    by Feather Chelle
    Whales and dolphins are falling ill all throughout the Atlantic Ocean! Cherish, and her family of Pilot Whales, have been fleeing as far from other animals as possible, but some of them have begun to show symptoms. When danger closes in from all around them, will the Dolphin Riders make it in time to save the day?
  • Heathen

    by Paul Webster
    Imprisoned for a crime he cannot remember, Kerrigan only knows that whatever crime he committed, it was so terrible, so despicable that he deserves whatever cruelties he is subjected to. As punishment for his violent behaviour in prison, Kerrigan is sent on a scavenger mission to locate a mysterious artifact in an inhospitable environment. An artifact sought after by a mysterious organisation who suddenly also take a great interest in Kerrigan himself. On the run in a world full of myste... more
  • White as Frost

    by Anthea Sharp

    An epic YA fantasy, resonant with fairytale inspiration, in which two sisters, one with untamed magic and the other with Dark Elf power, threaten the balance between worlds.

  • Anchored

    by Bridget E. Baker
    Two worlds, one fate … Alora was born with the ability to Lift, a power no other women on Terra possess. If the wrong people find out, there’s no telling what will happen. But when she almost kills a man in self-defense, her secret is exposed and she’s forced to run for her life. On Earth, Alora's running from something else: hazy memories of her parents’ death and the social worker who wants to separate her from her brother. When she sees the man she almost killed on Terra at work, she's ... more
  • Haven of Dante

    by Leonardo Ramirez
    A war is coming- a battle between the darkness and the light and a wrestle of faith in a God that that an anguished young woman does not believes exists. Haven Irena Dante, struggles in a dysfunctional family. The strife between an absent, workaholic father and a loving mother is heightened by a generational family secret. Unbeknownst to her, Haven is the heir to a centuries-old legacy to fight the evils unleashed by the nine circles of hell. Known as the "Aristocracy", the nine circles have... more
  • The Demon of Windhelm

    by Daniel Madden

    Marked by a god. Possessed by a demon. Daelin lived his entire life in the confines of a small church in the little village of Windhelm, lost in dreams of one day becoming a paladin. Yet when a paladin comes calling, a darkness is revealed, releasing terror and tragedy upon the plains. In an instant, Daelin's life is destroyed forcing him on a long road to find salvation before the darkness inside consumes him. Followed by tragedy, aligned with strange allies, he is faced with one goal: s... more

  • Walls of Dark and Dust

    by Dave Walker

    Gareth expected to die today…

    Then the enemy vanished, leaving behind a trench of abandoned weapons and a graveyard of dusty helmets. The war is over, but he’s in no mood for a parade.

    As a politician and then a soldier, he’s been fighting for change his whole life, but an indecisive victory risks letting everything return to the status quo ante, and already the ruling factions are using the news to consolidate their power. Gareth would rather die.

    When he... more

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