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  • The Eastern Factor

    by Freddie Silva
    After being shattered by the death of his lady love, Olaf is sent east by his namesake Uncle to recover in the relative safety of the Eastern Confederation. Even here, he cannot rest. The Empire of Jewel is marching against his uncle's fledgling Kingdom of Haven, and Olaf is tasked with finding a way to aid his uncle. Suffering from his own internal demons of self-doubt and grief, he attacks his mission with as much gusto as he can manage, but has he learned from his previous mistakes? In or... more
  • Harvest Deep

    by Trent Pettry

    Something deep in the earth has evolved...

    Hidden in the West Desert of Utah, the gold rush town of Mammoth is a shell of its former glory. For Liz Chilton, what begins as an adventurous road trip to the area to reconnect with her dead mother’s past, soon takes a horrific turn. Liz and her friends must fight to survive or fall prey to the secret nesting deep within an old family mine.

  • The Monarch Papers: Cosmos & Time (The Briar Archive Book 2)

    by CJ Bernstein
    After solving one impossible mystery, Deirdre Green remains stumped by the remaining clues left by her late father. Every time she makes progress with The Monarch Papers, she realizes his cryptic riddles have only created more questions. As Deirdre begins to walk stranger, more dangerous paths, she finds that dark forces hellbent on her destruction wait in the shadows… Witnessing a dark magician's self-sacrifice has left Martin Rank traumatized. But when the journalist hears a cry for help, ... more
  • The Monarch Papers: Flora & Fauna (The Briar Archive Book 1)

    by CJ Bernstein
    A one-of-a-kind interactive fantasy where readers and characters work together to uncover magical secrets and expose a centuries-old literary conspiracy. It all begins with a supernatural secret, a race to thwart a sinister magic, and one young woman’s strange inheritance, that could change her life, and history itself. Deirdre Green is no stranger to losing it all. Nearly two decades after her father's mysterious disappearance, her boyfriend, her job, and her London flat all go up in smo... more
  • Tripping Over Time

    by John Edward Handforth
  • In Numina: Urban Fantasy in Ancient Rome (Stories of Togas, Daggers, and Magic Book 2)

    by Assaph Mehr

    This is the second Story of Togas, daggers, and Magic – for lovers of Ancient Rome, Hardboiled detectives, and Urban Fantasy.

    A rich landlord finds tenants are abandoning his apartment buildings, spouting tales of horrific events and whispering that the old gods - the numina - came alive and cursed the buildings.

    Enter Felix, a professional fox. Dressed in a toga and armed with a dagger, Felix is neither a traditional detective nor a traditiona... more

  • Cobasfang Justice Returns

    by David Walker
    Beyond the protective barrier wall of razer bushes that surrounds Ty’s home, lurk mighty creatures that devour anyone that trespasses into their world. A haunting land filled with massive snakes, invisible spiders, giant monsters formed from stone, and insect creatures so hideous and evil that they ride on the backs of giant rats in order to surround and devour their prey. Impulsive and enraged, Ty runs into the treacherous realm of the Shadow Forest on a desperate mission to find the miraculo... more
  • A Day Out of Time

    by Kelsey Clifton
    Cat Fiyero is no stranger to chaos. Once a year the world fractures into rifts, allowing modern New Yorkers to walk side-by-side with dinosaurs, killer mermaids, and beings from distant stars. The cleanup falls to people like Cat and the brilliant but damaged members of Gamma team, who all know from personal experience that their job has a way of haunting anyone who gets close. Nothing about a Day is ever simple, and if this band of misfits wants to make it through the next twenty-four hours uns... more
  • The Time Before The Moon

    by Kameron Williams

    In the ancient world, when the days were short and the nights were long and moonless, one boy questions the customs of his village—a thing others would never dare to do. He is Omi, and he knows something isn’t right about the place he calls home.Soon his curiosity puts him in danger, and what he learns changes everything. He flees the village, pursued by the wicked hierarchy he’s challenged, its leader desperate to maintain control. Lives are lost, homes are destroyed, and O... more

  • Lockheed Elite

    by Tyler Wandschneider
    After Anders Lockheed unwittingly hires an undercover operative, he takes the bait that draws the attention of the very mastermind he's been avoiding. Now Anders must flip the military and use them to pull off a monster heist to extract his crew from the heat mounting from both sides of the law.
  • Well... It's Your Cow

    by Esther Jones
    In the throes of a convention full of geeks, Frog Jones told a story. That story is found in this book’s foreword, but the key line from the story became the title for this anthology. The authors seized upon that line, much like an out-of-control bovine seizing its own halter, and stampeded into the volume you see before you. This is not just a comedy anthology. Nor is it horror, or romance, or literary, or…well, any one thing. Rather, it is all those things. Each story starts exactly in ... more
  • The Box

    by Deanna Madden
    When her grandfather dies, 19-year-old Lauren inherits a sealed box that belonged to her mother with a warning not to open it. But what if it contains answers about the mother she never knew? As she tries to decide if she should open the box, she finds herself in a whirlwind relationship with a rookie cop and being stalked by someone who wants the box badly enough to kill for it.
  • Dark Stars

    by A.K. DuBoff

    "Do-overs" are possible.

    The hyperdimensional crystalline network allows reality to be reset to past moments in time…

    After a routine 'reset' on her homeworld, Elle Hartmut instead awakens on a spaceship. Her body is different, she has new seemingly magical abilities, and she’s told that the fate of known civilization is in her hands.

    An alien Darkness is corrupting the Hegemony's worlds. Elle and a team o... more

  • The Moonlight in Genevieve's Eyes and Other Tales of Horror

    by D. Krauss
    Real vampires. Tasteful dismemberments. And delightful shivers, from ten old-fashioned horror stories: a. The Moonlight in Genevieve's Eyes: unrequited love. Tragic. Just tragic. b. Choice: second chances are rare. Especially when you work for a vampire. c. The Flowers in Mr. Williams' Garden: neighborhood watch, ghost style. d. Cistern: zombies are horrible, until they hire you. e. The Elvish Woman: lovers who steal your soul. Literally. f. The Trumpet Inside the Warehouse: no one can... more
  • The Last Man in the World Explains All

    by D. Krauss
    Ten tales of the mundane, of a universe askew, where things are slightly off: 1. The Last Man in the World Explains All: double check your math. 2. Ghost Woods: shot an arrow into the air, and where it landed... 3. Invisibility: don't attract attention. Just don't. 4. Not With a Bang: this is how the world ends. 5. Do-Over: the problem with time travel is you. 6. An Unfortunate Choice of Words: Aliens. Man, they just don't get it. 7. The World Without Souls: not the most pleasant of pl... more
  • The Ship Finding God: Book 3 of the Ship Trilogy

    by D. Krauss
    Book 3 of the Ship Trilogy The Ship is gone. So is the crew. Only Otto Boteman remains. Living in a log cabin in a beautiful valley on a planet of two suns and two moons, every dog of his childhood in attendance, every need provided, Otto whiles the days away in peace and silence. It seems like Heaven...except God is not here. No one is. His doubts growing, Otto goes back to the wreck of the Ship seeking...something, anything. His discovery of a relic sets in motion a series of cataclys... more

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