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  • Neoprim: Zeta Trilogy, Book One

    by Rob Grafrath
    A young woman from a primitive tribe finds herself thrust into a new world of advanced humans, forced to replay experiences which reveal the dark truths of her past which she must accept before she is lost forever.
  • The Immortal Blood

    by Abby Lane

    A slain god and a crippled queen with stolen powers join forces to battle a mutual enemy in this dark fantasy.

    When Queen Cynara summons magic into the king’s forest, she cannot know how a stolen power will cripple her, or that an orb used during her spell has let loose a single droplet of blood. Now, immortal blood is multiplying, and breeding with living creatures, which includes the statue of an undead king.

    Resurrected from the dead, Anastacio once lived in the Otherworl... more

  • The Great Migration

    by Steve Ramirez
    After a hundred years of peace on the remote continent of the Kingdom, evidence of the mysterious beings known as the s’orne has been discovered. Having just completed an eight-month wilderness tour, Bellona Stanick is ignorant of the threat as she arrives at the nation's capital to attend the city's weeklong summer festival. Along with three other members of her tour group, Bellona hopes to enjoy the week's festivities while exploring her newfound feelings for her guide, Luta, a member of th... more
  • Top 20 Mobile App Developers in New York

    by Wilson Alton
    Rendering to the huge numbers of people downloading smartphones and mobile applications daily, mobile app development has unquestionably turn out to be one of the ground-breaking and actively growing segments. Google apps, social media, and gaming apps are debatably directing the mobile application market. Moreover, several giants are consuming mobile applications for branding, for shortest marketing, to engross more consumers, among many other reasons; and small and midsize businesses have also... more
  • Earthly Bodies

    by Susan Earlam
    It is 2058. Rebecca, a widow, receives an invitation to leave Earth and start over, but nature has evolved and is tagging along for the ride. Earthly Bodies is a dystopian eco-horror story that spans the ages, where strangers reveal their contribution to an extraordinary act of survival.
  • Famuli Cani

    by Alan Golbourn
    PENITUS IN NEMUS Dating back centuries, evil has returned inside Rothiemurchus Forest. With stories of people disappearing down the years and reports of fires being seen in the forest at night, animals have also been found dead — mutilated and slaughtered. When a farm, surrounded by the rich forest, is affected by unexplainable events and horrific slaughtering of some of the defenceless animals, a group; including an uncle and nephew, will soon face an unimaginable terror and horror, beyon... more
  • Caspian's Fortune

    by Eric Warren
    He needs a payday. He’ll settle for payback. Betrayed and left to rot on the edges of the galaxy, Caspian Robeaux is deep in debt and stuck flying courier missions in an old rustbucket he can barely keep afloat. His only friends are an annoying robot named Box and a bottle of booze. It’s a far cry from his once-promising military career, but Cas stopped caring a long time ago. Things start to look up, though, when a stranger arrives and offers a lucrative job that Cas can’t refuse, with... more
  • Camilla's Story

    by Nikki Lynne
    The Wills' chaos dooms the world. She must contain them, or the destruction of Humans and Elements will be on her hands... The Goddess accepted the Humans onto her land, only to be met with war and devastation. Still, the Wills want them to stay. The only chance she has is to lean on her Fighter's love. A love that should never have occurred. Hammond will do anything for his Goddess, as is his duty. He knows he should not love her, but their souls are bound. And she needs him more now than ev... more
  • The Eternity Project

    by Jeff Schanz

    A discovery that wasn’t meant to happen.

    On a timeline that shouldn’t exist.

    When Reid Walton, an unacclaimed community college history professor and obscure conspiracy author, is invited to join a billionaire’s mysterious science project as a history expert, he has no idea why they chose him, or what to expect. Sequestered in a secluded mountain laboratory, he is introduced to their mind-blowing venture: stable time travel, safe enough for a public attraction.... more

  • Nothing

    by Michael Molinet

    'What did you do today?'

    'Nothing.'

    A young boy’s simple answers to his mother’s inquiries at bedtime introduce the reader to his recollection of his ordinary day. Although he always answers with “nothing,” the protagonist takes the reader on several adventures that walk the line between real and imagined.

  • THE BYGONE DARKNESS

    by Rahul Akshith
    Surya, a shy yet intellectual thirteen year-old, arrives at his new school with large doses of anxiety, but is pleasantly surprised to find that all his classmates are very supportive and friendly. Surya slowly loses his shyness and socializes with his new friends, and even develops a crush on one of his classmates-- a shy, yet mature and rationalistic girl named Leela. But things start going disturbingly wrong when all of a sudden, Surya starts experiencing mysteriously violent nightmares, acco... more
  • Female Attributes

    by Kim Souza Carson
    Set in the future where women are the major population and "monitor" males, men are “kept” for fertilization, or the ones that are kept for work are sterilized, some elite few are used as pleasurers after rigorous screening and testing procedures, rouge males are “processed” and used for less than desirable options. Kept in secure places, men are tested and monitored for the best DNA and tested for the best personality traits. But one of the young scientist, Lilly Bloom, ends up falling in love ... more
  • The Wooded Instrument

    by Kim Souza Carson
    n the fantasy-romance novel, The Wooded Instrument, Shyla, is a struggling artist and the wife of an up and coming lawyer, Tony Carino. With their marriage on rocky ground, Tony lands a higher earning job with perks, although it comes with a relocation stipulation to another state and an altogether different way of living for them. He feels the change would do them good. Living isolated and near the woods proves to be an artistic outlet for Shyla, she finds herself exploring the woods for her ph... more
  • Cassie and the Spectral Shade: The Chronicles of Eridul

    by Daniel Nichols
    Art is magic. Cassie has a whole new lease on life after being accepted into the prestigious Governor’s School for the Arts at Walnut Grove on full scholarship. At 16 years old, Cassie is just a bit older than her first year peers, and so finds herself stuck between newer students from prestigious families and the older students at the school. Striking up initial friendships with a small group of outcasts like herself, Cassie soon discovers that there is much more going on at the school and m... more
  • Luxor Tours and a Day Tour to the Ancient City of Kaba

    by kitana kari

    Luxor Tours and a Day Tour to the Ancient City of Kaba

    Luxor tours will give you an opportunity to enjoy the archaeological remains of the Egyptian capital, Cairo. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations of Egypt and tours of Luxor have become extremely popular in recent years. It is the original city site of the pharaohs and is still known as the Garden City of the east. You can take a tour... more

  • The Virgo Paradox

    by R.H. Johnson
    The year is 2029, and U.S. President Bill Riley has more problems than he knows what to do with, including Russia, China, environmental collapse, and yet another pandemic. Then NASA drops something new on his desk: an interstellar visitor that promises to change the world forever. This science-based thriller offers an inside look at the global effort to avert catastrophe before time ends.

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