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  • Eden Chip

    by scott cramer
    Thanks to nanochips implanted in human brains, the world is at peace in 2055. But not everyone likes having their emotions controlled, or their religion suppressed. Eighteen-year-old Raissa embarks upon a perilous mission to free the world, just days before the release of nanochip Version 7, which will broadcast every citizen's thoughts to the Collective. The countdown has started, and Raissa must make choices that jeopardize the lives of billions, including the only boy she has ever lov... more
  • New Syberia

    by Francis Holden

    The anti-matter bomb on the gateway Moon of Orkhutsk killed two thousand and two people. Two thousand when it detonated, plus the two agents who failed trying to hunt down its maker.

    Peter Zhao was birthed with one purpose. To complete the mission the other two agents couldn't. But he was different. They tried with intimidation, threats and violence. Zhao was going to try love. 

    62,000 words. Manuscript only. Seeking representation. Extract b... more

  • The Rose Queen

    by Alison McBain
    The Beast doesn't always wait for Beauty. Sometimes, Beauty IS the Beast. Princess Mirabella is betrothed to a repulsive old man a year after her mother's death. She refuses the marriage, only to find out her betrothed is a sorcerer as well. He takes his revenge by transforming her into a savage and frightening beast, giving her an ultimatum: she has three years to solve the mystery of her curse—or die. Exiled to her mother's estate to hide the scandal, Mirabella learns that the sorcerer w... more
  • Dickensen Academy

    by Christine Grabowski
    Dickensen Academy isn’t a typical boarding school. The faculty is hiding an unbelievable secret within their fine arts program. When Autumn Mattison receives an invitation to attend the high school, she yearns for the chance to escape her overbearing father yet remains reluctant to leave her mother and brother. But her doubts fade away when a vivid dream convinces her she belongs there. Away from home, Autumn discovers a unique school environment that awakens her creative potential, and her n... more
  • Shadow Play: A Dark Fantasy Novel (The Fae Games Book 1)

    by Jill Ramsower
    They say what doesn't kill you makes you stronger—if that's the case, I better be badass by the time this is over. After two years at a dead-end job, Rebecca Peterson finally walks away from everything she knows to follow her dreams in Ireland. Instead of dreams, the dreary streets of Belfast rekindle her terrifying nightmares, and this time they aren't confined to her imagination. Twisted and vicious, Faeries are being unleashed on Earth to prey upon humans, who are unaware of the vile crea... more
  • Wolf of the tesseract

    by Christopher D. Schmitz
    While investigating a series of strange murders in her neighborhood, college student Claire Jones is kidnapped by a handsome werewolf who claims he's rescuing her from the clutches of an evil sorcerer. But she can't run forever and if Claire and her companion can't reclaim an arcane artifact to end the warlock's reign of terror, he will unleash the dark god Sh'logath's cataclysmic power upon the universe, shattering dimensional barriers, and devouring all reality.
  • A Girl with a Bow

    by Kimberly Moore
    When a young hero is thrust into a nefarious plot, she must risk her life or have her secret exposed. Seventeen-year-old Petunia is shy, awkward, and insecure. She’s also a hero – by accident. When she unwittingly kills a baby dragon, she saves her caravan and the nearby city from the creature. Now, everyone hails her as a hero, and she feels like a fraud. When tragedy soon strikes the city, everyone turns to Petunia, their hero, to solve the problem. Petunia sets out on a journey to solve th... more
  • Old roleplay stories & fiction: - unpaid prose of a mediocre gamer -

    by Andrè M. Pietroschek
    A collection of revised short-stories inspired by fantasy roleplaying in several genres. Some contextual bonus poetry added, too.
  • Genesis

    by J.M. Grant
    Tess is dying and her family will do anything to save her. There’s one treatment left, and legal or not, she’ll take it. Tess fights despair until encountering a strange guy on the bus. He's anything but normal and lives without restraint, which makes her laugh … and hope. But it’s not that simple. Tess has more questions than answers about his plans. When an unknown enemy brings destruction and death to her home and loved ones, Tess learns her life is a lie. Doubting her friends and unsure w... more
  • Migon

    by PC Keeler
    “There’s nothing wrong with being one of the bright spots.” Gyndri was born a human boy. But now he's one of the brightest spots of all. He's a Migon - a miniature dragon created to help humanity survive. His life changed completely when a dragon's attack ripped him from his loving family and set him on a new and frightening path. Along with his human companion, Piet, Gyndri is now tasked with finding out two things. First, where he came from and who he wants to be. Second, the cause of th... more
  • Words And Pictures

    by Jerry Sierra
    Words and Pictures is a fantasy art book with monsters and robots and Xenomorphs and alternate realities with Ellen Ripley and Silent Bob and rocket ships and maybe even a Borg/human drone or two.
  • Medal Star

    by Z. R. Mitchell

    When all the intelligent beings of the universe collectively reached their mental apex, their minds were projected onto another plane of reality known as the Canvas, a world that appeared as if the very fabric of its existence was painted. For those that wished to return to their waking lives and rise from their shared coma, the only solution was to find the Medal Star.

  • In the Shadow of the House of God

    by Jeffrey G. Roberts
    Hatred has run amuck in our civilization. Blood is being shed planet-wide, as mutual animosities, suspicions and antagonisms between the 34,000 religions on Earth threatens to erupt into Armageddon. And this is where the devil devises an insidious plan to take advantage of all man’s hate, once and for all. He makes a wager with God: “I believe humanity is basically vulgar, vicious, and filled with wondrous hatreds. I’ll wager, if you pluck one representative of every religion on Earth, and place... more
  • Undead

    by Vadim Kucherenko
    The characters of the “Undead” poem are forest- and water-spirits, undines, home-spirits and other representatives of nature spirits, as well as witches, humans and even the Bible characters. In a poetic form the author is mediating on the question if humans are really the kings of nature or they have willfully usurped this title without understanding that they are just a part of the universe. The poem has an original plot full of the unexpected explanations of certain well-known facts; the nar... more
  • Serpent Game: Slave to the Shadows

    by Sean M. Hollows
    A bullet severed him from the public eye. One man fights to right his previous life. Gyone Irensho, an infamous contract killer who worked the bristling wilds of Crygor City, loses his life, only to be reanimated from his six-foot slumber. His benefactor harnesses an unspeakable evil at his whim, all in favor of his battle against the Shadows that he, himself, has learned to control. As they say, fight fire with fire. Upon being greeted with another contract, Gyone has a kneejerk change... more
  • The Delicate Deity

    by Debbie Zain

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